Updated: April 2, 2016 5:11:58 am
As the name suggests, the eatery is an Indian take on a burger shop, currently operating only as a take-away and delivery service. A scattering of benches outside act as de facto seating.
The menu has several burger options as well as fries and hot wings. Deciding that since it’s called Burger Singh and not wings, we skip the latter, ordering a White Guy Chicken Burger, a Bihari Gosht Burger and Chilli Shock Fries.
The White Guy comprises a chicken patty, caramelised onions, desiccated gherkin pickles and cheese along with a “white guy” sauce, essentially spiked mayonnaise. The tender patty is spiced with Indian masalas, making for flavour filled mouthfuls. The Bihari Burger consists of an equally strong flavoured mutton patty, almost reminiscent of a curry, topped with cheese, onions and a Bihari sauce, which is basically a hot sauce tempered with red chillies. Speaking of chillies, the fries don’t exactly shock you as promised, but are crisp and piquant.
Meal for two: Rs 500
Address: Shop 2, Building 21-C, SDA Market, Opposite IIT Gate.
Pat N Harry
Proclaiming itself a hoagie shop, Pat N Harry also does a mean taco. The hoagie is a small cylindrical sandwich from Philadelphia, crammed with various fillings. The restaurant is split into a mezzanine, with the orders being prepared downstairs and seating above.
We order a small (6 inches) Philly Chicken Strips Hoagie with Cheesy Fries and a Classic Fish Taco. The hoagie comes stuffed with the aforementioned chicken strips, cheese sauce and mayo, ensconced in a soft, pillowy bun. If that’s not cheesy enough, the fries come covered with molten mozzarella, crunchy and delicious. But the star of the meal is the taco. A crisp grilled fillet settled in a garden of greens and a fiery sauce, we shovel it down in record time.
Meal for Two: Rs 300
Address: C-9, SDA Market.
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