The Potbelly Rooftop Cafe Reviews, Shahpur Jat, Delhi - Burrp
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deeksha Sarin - Burrp User

deeksha Sarin

June 30,2015

Bihari cuisine at its best

They serve everything from Bihar. Be it starters or main course Their Aloo Lalu Chop is too good. Funny by its name and delicious by taste. I wanted to try their Litti chokha but at that time it was not available. This place is surely maintaining essence of regional food. Ambience is okayish but service is quite fast. A good place to spend an evening with friends.
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Navni Kumar - Burrp User

Navni Kumar

December 14,2012

cute place and unique food

I don't have much of an idea of Bihari food so I can't say whether the food here is authentic or not, but I've liked whatever I've tried here. The dehati fish in particular is really nice- mildly spiced and served with a portion of potatoes (awfully similar to chilli potatoes). The pepper chicken dish (can't remember the name) is really yummy. The only complaint I have is that the portions are quite small and aren't really sufficient if you have a good appetite. Their maggi is worth a try too- especially the keema cheese one. I would definitely want to try their vegetarian assorted parotta platter next time. For dessert, I always go for the upside down pineapple cake- it's so good that I never got down to trying anything else. Served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, it's the perfect combination of hot and cold and a delight for the taste buds.
I love the ambience as well- the cute colorful chairs. The outside area is lovely but it only has 1-2 tables so you rarely get a place to sit there :(
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MangoM - Burrp User


July 19,2012

Got a Pot Size Belly at the Pot Belly

Remember that Lays Chips tag line which went "No one can eat just once," well it seems that they wrote that line for this place. Located in the small village of Shahpur Jat, where you wouldn't normally go if you weren't looking for expensive Indian attires, this is place is a little piece of heaven in the material world.

In my two visits so far I have had a Maithili Thali, Apple Cinnamon Iced Tea, a Makhana Thali and Makhane ki Kheer. As I write this review, there's a big flood happening inside my mouth. Yes! That's how tasty the food is. The vegetables were cooked to the exact right amount. It neither too spicy nor is it bland. It's like they have hit upon a secret ingredient and they are using it well.

For those who have visited it will know what I am talking about. For those who haven't, it's time you did.
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