After Parsi, Armenian, Mughlai & Bengali cuisine, we bring to you the best of Bihari food! For this episode of Served, Shashank heads to Potbelly Rooftop Café in Shahpur Jat to try the best Bihari food in Delhi!
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EatTreat Rating: 4 stars (out of 5 stars)
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More about Potbelly Rooftop Cafe, Litti Chokha & other Bihari food:
Potbelly is a one-of-its kind restaurant, since it is Delhi’s first ever Bihari restaurant. Tucked away in the heart of south Delhi, it imbibes the culture of Bihar, and promises to offer you the most authentic Bihari cuisine for you to savour. Potbelly has a cosy, almost-rustic cafe-like ambience, with pretty lamps and colourful shades adorning the interiors. Besides the famous Litti Chokha, you can also try their Khada Masala Mutton with lachha paratha, Dehati Fish n Chips, Tomato Chokha, Mustard Fish, Keema Maggi & Prawn Curry.
So, if you are in the mood for some amazing Litti Chokha & other Bihari food, head here now!
Address: 116 C, Behind UCO Bank, Shahpur Jat, Siri Fort, New Delhi – 110049
Cost: Rs.1000 for two
More about Served:
EatTreat brings to you an exclusive series – Served, where we serve expert food reviews and iconic dishes & restaurants to you guys! Whether it is a legendary restaurant, or a famous street food outlet, or a hidden gem, we’ll travel across the city to bring to you the best of Indian street food, local restaurants and much more. This is an opinionated series around the local history and the amazing backgrounds of Indian dishes, restaurants and people.
Presenter: Shashank Angiras, our happy-go-lucky food guru who is driven by a burning curiosity for facts & history and is on a mission to bring you the best of all things food in your city!
(PSA: The ratings in this series are only for the food we eat and not for the service, ambience and other external factors)
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