badge


Broaster Chicken comes to Delhi!

By 11:11 Thursday, 13 July 2017 ,



Where: F-16 / B, Ground Floor, Single Storey, Vijay Nagar
Cuisine: American
Cost: 700 for two

North Campus is my go-to place whenever I want to eat like a monster without being reminded of my ever-deteriorating financial condition. Whether it's the street food or even the finest cafes, you will get exactly what you're paying for. The newest option in the area is Genuine Broaster Chicken that has opened up its first outlet in Delhi. It's a small, cozy space done up in a very quintessentially 'cafe' style with wooden windows, fairy lights and rustic furniture. Before I tell you about the food, you must know that I'm a vegetarian so I wouldn't be able to tell you about their popular chicken dishes. But, but, there are A LOT of other things that are worth your time and money.

Broaster Chicken is the perfect option when you're a group of four to five and can't reach a common ground about where and what to eat because everyone wants different things! Here, you'll get everything from pastas, pizzas, burgers to super cheesy appetisers and of course, the famous chicken wings, along with a couple of Indian dishes like Paneer Butter Masala and Maa ki Daal. I would definitely recommend the Tex Mex Franchos, which are fries topped with veggies, cheese sauce and salsa. It's so perfect, you might think "Man, I'd really like some beer with this RN" but their Chulbul and Bulbul Sodas {funnily, served in beer mugs} make for pretty great substitutes. Even though the sauce was bang-on {and suuuuper cheesy}, I do wish there were some veggies in the Alfredo Pasta. I ended my meal with a rather ordinary Garlic Bread topped with bell peppers and a crisp layer of mozzarella. 






Overall, I had a good experience- the food was nice, the music was familiar and the service, prompt. I wouldn't mind going back to try the pizzas, milkshakes and a very lovely-sounding Salted Caramel Lava Cake!

Genuine Broaster Chicken Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

You Might Also Like

0 comments