Born and brought from the streets of Amritsar but rules over the heart of every foodie. Yes, you guessed it right! Made with a melange of exotic species, strong memories and a pinch of nostalgia, bringing to you “क se Kulcha” straight from your favourite streets to DLF Mall of India. Let covid alone create no barriers of hygiene and keep your taste buds aloof from this absolute delicacy. Have it in breakfast or at day end this is one of its kind and a meal in itself. Complete your treat with fresh lemonade or desi lassi, ChholeKulche are a soulful feast to satiate your cravings.
Hunt for the best Amritsari kulchas end here! Bite into varied lip smacking bread at “क se Kucha” which will make you leave your calorie counting for a short while atleast. Take a stroll around the food court in DLF Mall of India and amidst the hustle bustle you will explore aromas seeping out of our outlet which will make you want to indulge in the taste of kulchas loaded with butter. When it comes to taste,kulcha has no match. Bringing the spicy aroma, soft on the inside, crisp on the outside, the bread is prepared in tandoor with different stuffings. When topped with butter and served with Punjabi chole and chutney, it makes one’s mouth watery.
The kulcha and its rich taste will make you drool over this Punjabi meal for sure.
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Deliciousness from the streets on a plate, Amritsari kulchas are a delight for our cravings. “क se kulcha”, located in DLF Mall of India is undoubtedly the best place to be when desiring a plate of scrumptious, buttery kulcha. Their tandoor, herbs, and spices, including their unique chole masala which is used in the making, are specially prepared to provide foodies a soulful taste. The crunchy onion-stuffed kulchas are served along with chickpeas and tangy chutney to give your taste buds that heavenly taste. And the eatery takes all necessary precautions against covid 19. The owner Mr Manas Wadhwa, knows the flavors inside out, which makes the kulchas here no less tasty than those you’ll find in the lanes of Amritsar.