Bringing Indian regional food to your doorstep, Pitaara Kitchen is started by a lawyer turned chef Udit Maheshwari in February 2021. Now, you can enjoy traditional recipes with a modern twist as Pitaara Kitchen is here to serve you with its regional veg and non-veg menu!
Pitaara Kitchen is a Delhi-based cloud kitchen, exploring the diversity of Indian cuisines by blending traditional flavors with a touch of modernity in the most delicious way. They deliver regional food to your doorstep with nothing but flavourful surprises and unique dishes. We tried their food and have many things to say, keep scrolling to read our review.
We started our meal with a bite of Saffron Chicken Tikka. The boneless chicken was soft, smooth, and had a pleasing taste. The hint of saffron in each bite added to the taste, and we liked it. Our next appetizer was Khoja Keema Samosa that came with the traditional mutton kheema and moong dal filling. This recipe has been taken from the Khoja Ismaili Muslim community, the triangle shape of the samosa was on point, while the taste was equally good.
A surprise was waiting for us as we could have never thought that a vegetable like Tinda could be a delicacy. The rich tomato gravy and paneer stuffed Tinda was definitely a treat for us. The next dish was Dogri Meat Curry from the Dogri community of Jammu. The mutton was a perfect blend of Indian spices with a tinge of sweetness that made its taste a little extra special. Up next was the Chicken Tikka Masala, which was tender, creamy, and a delight to dig into. This Poached, boneless chicken breast was stuffed with chicken keema, spinach, mushrooms, and was served with the ‘Makhni Curry’.
We enjoyed the curries with Garlic Kalonji Naan and Ragi Phulka. The softness of naan with garlic made a good combination and went well with both, Tinda and chicken. We would like to particularly mention the Ragi Phulkas here as they were unbelievably thin and soft. These phulkas are a good option for those who follow a healthy diet. Overall we loved the main course!
We ended our meal with Salted Caramel Kheer. This delectable meetha was a perfect blend of sweet and salty, and we loved how it was topped with date palm jaggery.
Reasons to order from Pitaara Kitchen:
1) The packaging: Pitaara Kitchen uses zero plastic packagings, and all their boxes and plates are bio-degradable including disposable spoons and forks. We loved eating our food without feeling guilty about using plastic boxes here.
2) The Food: The taste was wonderful, and we feel if Pitaara can turn a boring vegetable like Tinda into something this flavourful, they really can make anything delicious! Their menu is long, and you should definitely explore it.
3) The presentation: The bread and samosas had banana leaf sheets in between that not just gave a very neat look but also stopped them from sticking together.
To sum up, Pitaara Kitchen is a good pick if you want to try traditional food both in veg and non-veg.
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