Desi Roots is a concept which wants to bring back those food memories. It’s a modern Indian Café & Bar which takes you on the journey of long lost traditions. Every element of this place is a voyage down the memory lane – headlamps of Bajaj scooters, a table made from the old swing machine stand, comic books, old style telephone.
Galawati is a melt in a mouth kebab and it is an innovative decision to serve it in a pâté format. The ulte tawa ke paratha was in a triangle shape on which one can easily spread the galwati pâté. Sardar Pooran Singh will be proud of Desi Roots Ambala Cantt Mutton Currywhich was served in a metal Army Mug and came on a miniature truck giving full dhabha feel and the taste. This concept has so much opportunity that people like Chef Sweety Singh has also lent his recipe of Sarso ka Saag with Makki di Roti. The menu which is full of stories has another legendary dish – Bade Miya ki Kheer. Everyday Kheer is brought from the famous shop in Lal Kuan in Old Delhi.
Disclaimer – This review was done on an invitation from the establishment. Views expressed in the review is entirely ours and without any bias. Pictures of the dishes are not the standard portions, they are sample portions.