Dubai is home away from home and there are innumerable restaurants serving varieties of Indian food. Yet, there are times when we yearn for the traditional Indian food with authentic taste. The good news is that Bol Gappa restaurant in Karama has launched a tantalising Winter Menu that encompasses traditional food from different states which are especially popular during winter months.
Bol Gappa is a venture that successfully combines both cinema and a passion for food. The quirky restaurant is a home-grown brand with filmy touch. The winter menu at Bol gappa restaurant offers an unforgettable dining experience with authentic Indian food amidst vibrant ambience. Highly recommended to all foodies who miss the authentic taste of Indian traditional food.
Here are the top traditional Indian foods from different states that Bol Gappa offers as a part of its winter menu –
1) GARADU CHAAT
City it comes from- Indore
Garadu ki Chaat is a deep- fried chaat made from yam. The chaat is a typical winter street food from Indore. Yam is cut, fried and flavoured with special Garadu masala to be prepared into tongue-tickling hot and spicy chat.
2) SARSO KA SAAG-
State it comes from- Punjab
Sarson ka saag is a winter delicacy made in North India with fresh mustard greens and other green leafy vegetables like bathua, palak and methi. It is served with makki ki roti, fresh white butter and raw onion.
3) UNDHIYO PLATTER
State it comes from- Gujarat
Undhiyu is a mixed vegetable green curry made from fresh coconut, coriander leaves and other vegetables and spices. The choicest of the winter vegetables are added along with the quintessential Muthia or Muthiya. This winter special is best enjoyed with hot Puris or theplas.
4) CLUB KACHORI
City it comes from – Kolkata
Club Kachori is a quite a famous weekend breakfast in the city of Kolkata. Club Kachori is Urad dal pooris served with a delicious Aloo Sabzi in combination. These pooris are small in size are mostly served in clusters of bite- sized puris hence, the name klub kachori. These pooris are stuffed with urad dal paste giving it characteristic taste.
5) LITTI CHOKA
State it comes from- Bihar
Liiti is a rustic traditional dish of wheat dough balls, stuffed with spiced mix of roasted gram flour or sattu. These balls, either fried or baked are served with mashed boiled potato seasoned with mustard oil.
6) METHI CHAMAN
State It comes from- Kashmir
Methi chaman is a delicious gravy -based dish from the Kashmiri pandit cuisine. Methi chaman is a traditional North Indian dish cooked with paneer, fenugreek leaves and spinach.