Come Join me in discovering little Jewels located in the bylanes of Delhi/NCR which have been dishing out some mouth watering delicacies over the Years. These may be called Street Food by some, for me Its food on the Go - Just like Life - have to live & move fast, at the same time relish what it has to offer
Sunday, September 11, 2011
Wah Ji Wah
If theres one place which I finally attempting to do justice to the generally non glamorous Vegetarian Food, it is Wah Ji Wah. Specializing in Punjabi & Tandoori Food, this restaurant aims to give the Vegetarians a taste of the so Popular Tandoori Non Vegetarian Foods, without having to dig into the meat. Infact their Punchline says, Vegetarians with a Non veg Craving, No More test, Wah Ji Wah is the best
The Franchise typically have an area of 200-300 sq feet, with the small kitchen inside the restaurant only & one can see the huge utensils & tandoors inside & see all the amazing tandoori snacks being made in front of them. Its definitely not a fine dining kind of place, where you can sit down for a meal, Its actually a Take away, quick service restaurant, which serves a real meal in real quick time..
I was amazed at the range vegetarian food could offer & especially the tandoori variety in it… Their Tandoor specialities include the Afghani Champ, Soyabean Champ, Paneer Tikkas, Tawa Champ Masala… Great Veg snacks to start your gourmet journey into the worlds of Pure Vegetarian Food, on the Tandoor & the Punjabi Flavor (Infact Stick Seekh Kabab, tastes more like a Kakori Kabab, whch is quite smooth in texture & quite spicy) The Afghani Tikka really took the cake for me. Had somebody presented it in front of me, I would have taken it for Chicken Tikka. Quite Juicy, succulent & really rich creamy taste
Succulent Afghani Chaamps...Wah Ji Wah
Very Spicy Paneer Tikka Roll ......
The Attractive & Colorful Menu Board
Special Veg Handi Biryani, Veg Thali, Special Paneer Tikka are the other favorites at Wah Ji Wah . The Veg Thali, seems to be quite a fill
The Franchise are done in extremely bright & vibrant colors, truly reflective of the mood of the Restaurant & the message that it conveys …. Eat, drink, Be Merry…and Say Wah Ji Wah. Do try once when ever you are in the mood for some Vegetarian Food … But a Little spicy though