Me and my sister went shopping around Defence, and of course it makes you hungry so we thought we'd stop by at Mirchi and have some snacks. It's a nice, clean place with a colourful, traditional interior.Wooden furniture, with an orange and green colour combination.We ordered Dahi Puri and Chana Chaat - dahi puri was delicious, the 'puris' were crisp but there was a hint of garlic in the chutneys which became more than just a hint and left a bad after-taste. Also, it contained a lot more chutney than it could do with. The chana chaat, although with a balanced amount of chutney, was a little bland. They could spice it up a bit and add more flavour to it. Both the meals were good otherwise. The crispiness of the puris was enjoyed a lot. The servings were good and fulfilling. The menu also consists of other South Indian dishes like Dosa, Idli Sambar, Behari Roll, Tikka Roll etc. The best thing about it were the chutneys - perfectly flavorful and the assurance that they are prepared from mineral water. You should go and give the food a try!
Quality of Food: 7/10
Value for money: 7/10
15 C, Badar commercial area 10,
Phase V, D.H.A,
Tel: (92-21) 35845092, 35845093 or 0300-8200321
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First of all they are charging too much even with dishes that have no meat. It is ridiculous to charge 135 for a daal bun with no fries or coleslaw. It is ridiculous to charge 185 for a chhola chaat with no dahi. Do you know thar K n N charges 275 for half a kilo of chicken! Today the food was bad. I ordered sev puri which seemed old and I orded papri mirch which wasnt just expensive but I felt a burning sensation in my stomach. I also ordered daal bun which was not good in taste. They onky gave a tiny amount of chatni - not purely dahi... maybe water too. Now this is not a good place to eat is it????ReplyDelete