The brand has seen massive success in the last decade, they now own over 35 outlets in the city of Pune alone. All of this seems unbelievable but it is very much true and it is based on the simple model of Kathi Roll. This is nowhere close to that if you already imagined the 'Mutton Kathi Roll' of Kolkata. But the fact that it can offer a similar experience giving the same amount of mouthfeel and a great filling experience, makes it a hero in the segment. So, most of the outlets barely have any chairs and tables and the rolls are aimed like more of a quick meal between work. So, the menu is huge and the diversity of rolls is pretty much evident. The regulars include Rolls made with Aaloo, Mix veggies and Omelette. The major attraction, however, is the special rolls which are pretty loaded and tasty too. The 'Paneer Hot Galric Roll' is something nice to eat because it’s on the lines of being Desi Chinese and it is something nicer to eat than the 'Paneer Tikka Masala' and all that regular grub. The great part about this brand is that they allow you to add sauces on the side, the choices include cheesy dip, mayonnaise, tangy sauce and some more. The non-vegetarian range seems even more extensive and has quite some good rolls on offer. What people would love though, is the option of Whole Wheat Plain Paratha instead of the maida roti, maybe that Is in the pipeline and coming soon! The service is super quick, most orders are on your table in under 7 minutes.