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All your wits are instantaneously awakened as you walk into this brand new ‘dikra’ in Noida brimming with all the Irani café memorabilia to signs propagation ‘No Outside food allowed’, ‘No Flatulence’ etc; Kudos AD & Sabina Singh! Recommendations go all out for the hearty bohri kheema pav, delicious and thankfully not so greasy and the soft pav just helps mop it off the plate with ease. Another star item is the ‘salli chicken’, rich with spice and served with a sprinkling of crunchy salli (finely-cut crisp fried potato) on top. The Indian-Irani hybrid dish, berry pulav – is a yummy mouthful of its fluffy rice tossed with chicken, onions (original one uses Zeresch berries though). Stay for the tareli macchi, it is baked out here and the Goan choriz pav. Vegetarians should try the mushroom on khari, creamy and crunchy and the ‘khattu meethu pumpkin’, leaving just the merest hint of sweetness and sour, on the tongue. The ‘egg Kejriwal’ could do with a slight more spice. ‘Lagan nu custard’ with its impeccably well-adjusted sugariness and a caress of nutmeg makes for the flawless sweet ending! All in all, this Parsi café is great fun with a distinction on affordability; young chef Anahita Dhondy is sure doing a great job.
Taste of "masala soda" was really nice. Rotli actually looked like half cooked. Paneer akuri was also blend and okayish.. friends who had mutton berry pulao loved it and order one more...quantity is less in accordance with price...
i enjoyed the food, purists may get sniffy, but there is no faulting the basic taste,as a former bombayite well familiar, and i daresay i found some dishes better than Britannia in Bombay! the kanda bhajiya, farcha (was boneless),salli boti ,vada pav and berry pulao were highlights,keema pav not bad,lagan nu custard (creme caramel)needs some work, parsi dairy kulfi was good(i ordered a lot for two people!), overall expensive but i recommend a visit.on an earlier visit they had a special persian menu,whcih was excellent.
Tried Chicken Farcha, Vada Pav, Salli Chicken etc. The best part of the outlet is the Board, with funny Dos & Don'ts. It is mix of Mumbai Style food & Parsi food, touches of Iranian Tea joint or the Parsi Tea Concept is good & unique ways to serve the food, in old fashioned aluminium boxes. One mutton item was not up to mark & was promptly changed by the service staff. Try with Family & you will like it.
The restaurant in DLF Mall of India probably has something lacking in the kitchen dept. The same dishes were much better in Cyber Hub branch,but here they were pale shadows. The most hyped " Mutton Dhansak" was too thin and the meaty,sticky consistency of the mixed DAL was just missing. The Mutton Berry Pulao was good though it could have more flavour. Sadly,the Salli Chicken was stale and had a smell. When we asked for an alternate Chicken dish we were told by the indifferent waiter that it is the only Chicken dish available that evening(It was a weekday). The drinks were very good , but the Patra Ni Machhi , the highlight of Bawa cuisine was not up to the mark. First,the portion of fish was very small and one feels cheated. The sharp tangy flavour of the Green Chutney Masala was watered down even though the fish was cooked excellently and tasted well. Overall an average experience for a person who has had the good fortune of having many Parsi friends since school and having savoured some very fine Parsi cuisine at all their celebrations.
We often visit Mall Of India (MOI) at Noida. In the terminology of shopping-malls, often food-courts are mostly a chaotic area, sprinkled with many kiosk like small restaurant and their outlets. At MOI, the concept of 'food-court' is entirely different. Unlike other malls, there are many full fledged restaurants of repute. SodaBottleOpnerWala is one of them. We had been to this place before, but on this occasion we found, they have obtained the licence to cater and serve alcoholic drinks too. The collection was narrow, and only foreign brands were stocked at that time. Though now they have a full range liquor menu. We ordered an elaborate lunch with Paatra Ni Macchi of Trout fish, freshly brought from Manali. This was the best of all. Then 'Salli Mutton', 'Bombaiya Chicken Biryani', 'Dhanshak' and so on. For desert the 'Caramel Custer' was very delicious.
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Parsi cuisine is one of India’s unsung heroes, yet to discover fame and as much popularity as other more visible cuisines. The cuisine is known for its old-fashioned homely touch and its simplicity that makes it so memorable to us. Parsi cuisine has generally escaped notice but few years ago it gained fire and became talk of the town due to a hot new restaurant that made us fall in love with Parsi cuisine all over again. Splashed across the tabloids for its quirky décor and comforting Parsi menu, ‘SodaBottleOpenerWala’ garnered accolades almost immediately. Since its opening in Khan Market, the chain of restaurants has spread across Delhi in short span of time, each outlet just as brilliant as the other. The recent addition to the list is the one in DLF Mall of India in Sector 18, Noida.
As we said before, Parsi cuisine is the heart and soul of SodaBottleOpenerWala, it’s every inch a loving tribute to this wonderful heritage. The best part is that it’s all so affordable. You can have a delectable Parsi feast for very nominal prices. We suggest you to indulge freely and lavishly. Pick raspberry soda from their Irani bar to accompany your starters. Tuck into, chilli cheese pav, chicken baida roti, tareli machi, Parsi style jumbo prawn, vada pav, bhuna chicken sandwich, chicken cutlis pav, crispy corn & bhel, eggs kejriwal, mutton keema puff and chicken farcha. Go deeper with main course featuring, paatra ni macchi, paneer sanju baba, bambaiyya chicken biryani, breach candy awesome okra, salli mutton, vegetable berry pulao, dhansak, bharuchi paneer akuri, squid & prawn patio, tarela rainbow trout, goan choriz pav, Goan mushroom curry and khattu meethu pumpkin.
Look around you and admire your surroundings before ordering desserts to make some space. Take in the delightful décor emphasising traditional Parsi heritage through brightly painted walls, covered with vintage family photographs, old advertisements and furnishings pieces. SodaBottleOpenerWala resembles a cluttered much beloved drawing room of an old Irani couple. Find joy in that old gramophone and that age old telephone tucked into that corner. Food comes in innovative display of tiffin boxes, old milk bottles, cake pan and skillets. Dig into traditional lagan nu custer, super tasty pumpkin flan, mixed berry trifle or chocolate peanut butter cheesecake before heading home with a smile on your face.