There are times when I crave for my regional taste of North Indian cuisine. Vegetarian food will always my soul food touching the roots of my cooking as well.
Housefull is the answer to those cravings, serving heavenly dishes that you are forced to lick your fingers. Authenticity and classy together gives you an wholesome dining experience.
It is located in Kumara Park just parallel to the railway line. Quite a quirky and eccentric setup with dappling colors all over. They have a theme of Old Bollywood with posters of 80s generation movies on walls.
It welcomes you with a painting of BigB on the wall and the Sholay famous scooter and a side care on the side. Alluring and dazzling environs is a treat to eyes.
Every place has their signature drinks and fell in love with theirs. Curry leaves Chaach was such a delight to our taste buds.
Ginger Mint Limca is another addition to such a unique blend of taste. Rainbow Drink and Kala Khatta Gola takes you back to your childhood days.
Housefull as being a vegetarian place takes care of your meal wholeheartedly and I doubt if there is any place in town with so many vegetarian options available.
We hogged on some HF Samosa- triangularly shaped samosa stuffed with minced paneer, cheese, and jalapenos and then deep fried. Flawless and delicious. Pav Bhaji is really very close to what you get in your homes. It is served like a fondue in a bowl.
In chaats, Mini Dal Pakwaan is like a small crispy puri topped with gram dal mix. It is definitely a good option to try on. Golgappas are also on the menu with three different variety of pani – the tamarind mix, coriander water, and the new cumin chaas water.
The most popular of the lot has to be the Cheesling Bhel, a sweet, spicy and sour mixture of bhel with pomegranate as toppings.
Generally, I don’t like Indian touch on pizzas but this one for sure changed my mind. The pizza comes in a rectangular shape ditching the usual round. The sauce is spicy and it is generously topped with paneer pieces with lots of mozzarella cheese.
Masala Pindi Channa had the authentic taste one search for and the bhatura along was crispy and well made.
The main course had a Stir Fried Vegetables Curry, Paneer Tikka Masala and Dal Makhani. One must make sure to try the Dal Makhani here, creamy and perfect. The large plates come with a complimentary addition of two Taaftan rotis ( a Parsi cuisine specialty made with flour, milk, and yogurt )
A lot of option in Indian Breads and rice are available on the menu.
No meal is complete without dessert. Gulab Jamun Mousse just blew our minds away. Cheesecake stuffed with gulab jamun and topped with two puris filled with chocolate and rabri mousse.
Our meal is satisfying and people for sure do not miss anything here. An ideal place for dining in on weekend with your friends and family!