From jalebis, chaat, chole kulche and kebabs — Barbeque Nation outlets have put together a specially curated Khau Galli menu from the gastronomically rich quarters of Delhi under the fest, which began on Friday and will continue till August 7.
It is on in all its outlets in Delhi-NCR, read a statement.
Vegetarians can gorge on nadru kebab – spicy combination of spices, lotus stem and potato, tandoor malai khumb – stuffed mushroom cooked in cream with a hint of cardamom that melt in your mouth, pudina ananas ke tikke – pineapple grilled and roasted with mint leaves, or dahi ke kebab.
Non-vegetarians can relish mutton dehlvi adraki seekh – a popular street delicacy, nimoda tandoori jhinga – roasted prawns marinated in lemon zest and dhabha style murga tikka.
The chole kulche, surkh fish tikka, matiya mahel ki hariyali subzi, gosht ki galawat with ulte tawe ka paratha are amongst the many main course dishes.
It is not just the food that changes the mood, the ambience, the décor – everything suggests a street fest for all to enjoy.
The outlets have transformed into narrow lanes of Old Delhi bustling with ‘gol gappa’ vendor on bicycle, kulfi vendors selling their creamy concoctions in old style matkas, colourful bright lights and faint sounds of sinful Punjabi music in the background to get you grooving.
Sameer Bhasin, Chief Executive Officer, Barbeque Nation Hospitality Ltd, said: “We at Barbeque Nation strive to offer best of culinary experience to our diners. Dilli Wali Khau Galli festival is one such endeavour.”