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The quirky Mumbai-style Iranian cafe comes to Delhi with SodaBottleOpenerWala. Built with affection and an aesthetic that would please both Freddie Mercury and Monty Python, this cafe with its old-world charm is a nostalgia trip. The food is quintessential Irani Cafe with Bun Maska, Parsi Bheeda Par Eeda (Rs 165) - an egg preparation with lady fingers - and the pricier Kolmi Fry (fried prawns). The signature Parsi dish, Patra Ni Machi is a must-try. The dishes are well-priced keeping in view the modest pricing of the original Irani cafes.
Eating at SBOW was an interesting experience. The menu and decor is unique and the variety of food is quite different (Parsi cuisine, not the quintessential North Indian cuisine). We really enjoyed eating here.
SodaBottleOpenerWala brings a concept that is unique to India - the dying legacy of the wonderful chaotic, crowded, bustling, colorful, quirky, cluttered, eccentric and so real world of an Irani café. The brand has seven restaurants in cities like Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Delhi, Gurgaon and Noida. I was planning to visit it for so long but somehow it took me almost an year since i first came to know about it. I've been to this place many times and it never disappoints. This time i was here to try their Big Bawa Breakfast and as expected, most of the dishes in it were really delectable. A must visit place by all regards.LOCATION: it is located in the inner circle of Khan Market. If coming from metro, take exit from gate number 4 of Khan Market metro station, barely a couple of minutes walk from there.AMBIENCE/INTERIORS: everything about this place is Parsi. Situated on first floor, a narrow flight of stairs decorated with fresh marigold flowers leads to it. While climbing up, take notice of what is written on every elevated portion of it, you will have a fun time reading that. Soon when you enter it, there is a small bar and adjacent to that is the seating area, that is quite colorful, crowding, bustling and quirky. The walls of it has numerous pictures and quotes, all related to Parsi culture.SERVICE: staff here is very attentive and courteous. Service speed is also pretty fast.FOOD & BEVERAGES: i visited this time to try their Big Bawa breakfast that has Parsi breakfast delicacies and i have to say every dish in their breakfast menu is super delicious and worth trying. I had:● BUN MASKA: bun was generously smeared in dallops of butter and was freshly baked. It complimented the beverages in a great manner. Even if you aren't a bread lover, I shall recommend this to you. ( 4.8/5 )● VEGETARIAN PORO: vegetarian poro is similar to masala omelette, but only this Parsi treat is garnished with chopped vegetables and seasonings and is made using all-vegetarian ingredients. ( 4.5/5 )● PANCHAM PURI BHAJI: Mumbai people must be familiar with this name. It is one of the most popular place there for poori Bhaji. Crisply fried pooris are served with aloo bhaji. The pooris are of golden colour and complements the home styled bhaji, which is made of aloo cooked in rich Indian spices. ( 4.8/5 )● CHILLI CHEESE PAV: the Pav is really delicious. Freshly baked Pav smeared enough with Cheese and Chilli chunks. Had it with the Irani Raspberry Soda and it was way too delicious. ( 4.8/5 )● PANCAKE: Served with blueberry compote, freshly cut apples and black grapes, the pancake was equally delicious. The layers of pancake and the smearing of berries and cream in between made it even more delicious. ( 4.2/5 )● PARSI DAIRY KULFI: this Dairy Kulfi is one of the most popular Kulfi variants you can devour in the Mjmbai. The creamy, texture has a rich velvety flavour and is perfectly sweet. ( 5/5 ) 👍🏻● MAWA CAKE: this is also one of their speciality and whenever i visit SodaBottleOpenerWal i always have it. ( 4.5/5 )
I recently visited this restaurant and was quite happy that I made the right decision. Have been hearing about this place & finally made it on Friend's birthday. Visiting this place was a Win-Win deal although as we were visiting for his birthday we were offered a Pineapple & Raisins cake with a bottle of Red wine, thanks for that sweet gesture SodaBottleOpenerwala Team. We had almost everything that we can & we completely loved it. Just in few cases, they have kept us waiting a long but think it's worth it. We had Chicken Farcha, Steamed Chicken Kebab meanwhile there Wednesday Specia Saas Ni Macchi it was the best thing we had on our table. Chicken Baida Roti is also something worth trying. Just wish there Raspberry Soda, could have been bit better. There Mawa Cake is also worth having, you can even get pack few for homes just don't go for the Custard.We even got few Kismis & Poppins on our way back home :D
I have never earlier tasted Parsi food. I was told that it is worth giving a shot. The decor was typical Parsi style with an overwhelming flavour of the Irani cafes of Bombay (Mumbai ). As regards the food , I had no idea of any Parsi food, so with the help of the manager, we ordered for Talli Marchi, Chicken Farchi and Berry Pulao. We were suggested that the Mutton Salli and paranthas were worth having. This outlet we visited was at the Cyber city , Gurgaon where you have varieties of restaurant. Chicken Farchi and Fish Tarelli are both starters (entrees). The manner it was served was unique in aluminium box and plates. The taste was good. Next comes the Berry Pulao, a little sweet but lovely to taste. The quantity of the food was also awesome as we were three in number . I would suggest this place to people who love food with a difference.
I had been to their Hyderabad restaurant but didn't like the food there and hence I was apprehensive to visit again. But, my friends insisted and I went. To my surprise what ever I ordered was great. I ordered Mutton sali Boti, Chicken Dhansak, Bun maska. Magic tea cocktail was very good
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Iranians are wonderful and interesting people. They are quirky yet traditional just like their food. And thank the lord they have bought Gurgaon to life with â€˜Soda bottle openerwalaâ€™. The cuisine is fun, spicy, old-fashioned and very very yummy. The dÃ©cor is like a time capsule transporting you to Mumbaiâ€™s parsi era. The glass jars containing home baked cookies adorn the counter as if a backdrop for a parsi uncle in vest and black cap just waiting to pop out. Cyber hub in Gurgaon has added one more gem to their crown with this cafÃ©. Its popularity has caught on fast amongst the youth. But you can also take along your favourite aunt or uncle who wants to relive the old world charm.
Soda bottle openerwala is pretty reasonable for two. Costing you somewhere under two thousand itâ€™s a perfect place to drop in for a quick bite. Starters like vada pav, kanda bhajii, bun maska are filling yet light on your tummy. They are just right to squeeze in a middle of a shopping spree. Just deposit those bags on the corner of the booth and order raspberry soda or cold coffee to quench the thirst. If you are slightly bit more hungry then dishes like berry pulao, dhansak, patra ni macchi, prawn patio are superb. They will leave you wanting for more and telling yourself to try Sali mutton next time. The egg lovers will not go disappointed here. Irani wrestlerâ€™s omelette are made out of â€“wait for it- SIX eggs! Eggs kejriwal is another unique starter to try.
For your sweet tooth lagan nu custard which is a parsi wedding custard is a must try. Toblerone mousse, brownie and apple pie with custard fits impeccably with the menu. The desserts are flavoured with cardamom and vanilla. Your soda bottle experience need not end here. A wide variety of nan khatai and biscuits will make a wonderful addition to your cookie jar. While leaving you are offered pan flavoured toffee to refresh your mouth. The cafÃ© is original in itself and adds a unique twist to cyber hub stopover.