Over the last few years, Cyber City at Gurgaon has emerged as a pioneer in the corporate world of India. The boom of indigenous and international businesses at Cyber City has made it a commercial hub of Delhi NCR. Cyber City is a home to know brands such as Dentsu, Amex, Regus, Expedia, Aircel, etc. The aim behind launching Nukkadwala at this location is to help in personalizing corporate culture beyond workspaces. The trend of eating out together with your co-workers is a great way to strengthen the professional bond.
Gujarat is famous for its number of dishes such thepla, dhokla, khandvi, puran poli, handvo, etc. But there is one dish of Gujarat that comes from Kutch region and has gained popularity all over India. This dish is known as Kutchi Dabeli. It is one of the most famous street foods of India.
About Kutchi Dabeli
The stuffing of boiled potatoes and masala is pressed between two buns hence it is called ‘Dabeli’ because Dabeli means ‘pressed’ in Gujarati language. Boiled potatoes are mashed with Dabeli masala, which is a mixture of several spices such as dried red-chillies, black-pepper powder, dried coconut, salt, clove, cinnamon, coriander, cumin, turmeric, elachi, , black-salt, Indian bay leaf (tej-patta) and other garam masalas. Kutchi Dabeli is most commonly served with dips/chutneys, which is prepared from tamarind, date, garlic, red chillies. Kutchi Dabeli is always garnished with pomegranate, roasted peanuts and sev that give it the authentic look as well as taste.
Not all dishes can evoke a childhood memory in their first bite. Sarson ka saag is one of those dishes that will make you homesick and will remind you of ‘maa ke haath ka khana’ if you are away from your home. Let’s take a look at the list of reasons that makes sarson ka saag the star dish of winter:
1. Winter ‘delight’ dish
Sarson ka saag also known as mustard greens is a winter ‘delight’ dish that is extremely popular in North India. These long and leafy greens are sold by every vegetable seller during winter.
2. Best of both worlds
Sarson ka saag is one of those rare dishes that not just tastes divine but also has several health benefits. It is rich in antioxidants, which helps in improving cardio health by decreasing cholesterol level. Its anti-inflammatory properties also help to prevent cancer.
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Nukkad Wala, a chain of fast casual restaurants is unlike any other fast food chains in Delhi. The idea behind Nukkad Wala is to preserve the unparallel taste of Indian street food, which seems to have lost in the midst of giant multinational food corporations. They have recently opened their new outlet in Kamla Nagar market to spread out to more people with and redefining the street food experience in Delhi NCR.
Kamla Nagar market is already known for its evergreen campus life. It is an academia hub where students and teachers from different parts of India come together. Nukkad Wala aims to attract the attention of these people who feel homesick and miss the local cuisine of their hometown. The team of Nukkad Wala specialises in recreating the authentic taste of local street food and look forward to serve more love and food to the vibrant campus crowd of Delhi University. Nukkad Wala has a vast menu which consists of Benne dosa, rasam and pineapple kesari halwa of South, Kolkata’s mutton chop burger, Goan dessert Bebinca, Amritsari chicken burger, Kutchi dabeli, and Mumbai’s bhajiya and pav bhaji among other delicacies. With such a vast menu, everyone will get an opportunity to taste their favourite regional dish.