Indian cuisine has been influenced a lot through the history! The kings who invaded our country brought with them the most delicious cuisines and legendary dishes. Naan and kebabs are few of what they introduced us to!
The khati rolls were first introduced in Kolkata when the British were too fussy to touch the kebabs and eat the food with their fingers. To make their life easier, kebabs were wrapped in layered breads. The rolls slowly evolved, where we have chutneys, salad, eggs and most recently cheese added to them.
And Chennaities!!! It’s time to wave goodbyes to your hungry pangs! Your favourite khati roll from @bayleafotg, Gopalapuram is now available at Chetpet. You will find bayleafotg (Bayleaf On the Go) inside madhattersteagarden (the left from French Loaf at Harrington road).
The meat for all the dishes are marinated and cooked at their Gopalapuram outlet, from where they are distributed to kiosks at Besant Nagar and Chetpet. So the rolls or kebabs are gonna taste the same at every location.
The chefs at every outlet are trained to make the rolls that taste exactly the same beginning from making the parathas to handing over the packed rolls. Perfection is what they have all practiced.
Chicken egg roll and mutton egg roll -Each roll had succulent pieces of meat, rolled with spongy eggs on soft and crispy parathas. This was first time that I did not have a problem with my mutton at a restaurant and this was perfectly cooked. And did you know the the meat and paratha for every variety of the roll changes (I still don’t know what they manage to concentrate on such niche details). Crispy, juicy, tasty!
I also took home parcels of the chicken achari kebabs and the tangdi kebabs. I was amazing by the way the chicken was still hot (thanks to their packaging) and the way this tastes. The kebabs were tender and well marinated. Again I should mention tangdi kebabs needs to be cooked a certain way so they are cooked evenly on all sides since this is the leg portion and the meal is unevenly spread on the bone. If this is over cooked, the meat separates from the bone, if it’s undercooked the meat would be rare on the inside (if it’s your bad luck you would taste the chewy chicken and the chicken blood! Sorry but I have had bad experiences). And this one was cooked the right way!
I was surprised at the care taken for the packaging of food. The rolls are rolled in a wrapper (butter paper) and then a thick paper cover which is sealed. The kebabs are packed in boxes with sections for salad, chutney and kebabs. They then seal the box in such a way that the dishes don’t get mixed up while we carry them. That’s the kind of care taken for your food!
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