Indian Steet Food and Sweets – Sikori
Sikori Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Sikori Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Found this awesome place in Kalyan Nagar where they serve some amazing chats and street food that you would love to savor. This place is a Rajasthani themed place which offers all kind of North Indian street foods and sweets. I visited this place with my friends on a Saturday evening and had a blast.

Ambiance: The place looks spacious with an old Rajasthani house setup. The walls are painted with traditional designs and the doors look like an antique door of a hut.  You will love the ambiance.

Food: I started with some Kulhad wali Chai. I bet you will love this place for the chai they offer. It was so refreshing.

Then we had a traditional Khaman Dhokla and Khandvi. I loved the taste and it surely was the best in Bangalore for now. But I felt the dhokla was not as spongy. So, maybe they can work on that.

Raj Kachori: This was so good, the proportion of dahi, masala and the fillings were exactly the way I like. I recommend you should take your taste buds to a dance with this one.

Paneer Pakoda was good.

Pani Puri that they served as the most hygienic pani puri. The puris were served in a bag and the pani and the filling were served separately. So good.

Chhole Bhature were yummy. I loved the Chhole which were a bit spicy but delicious to try.

Radha Ballavi were these stuffed puris served with Aloo ki sabzi. I loved it. The stuffing was mild and delicious. I recommend that you give this one a try too.

Bun Tikki was a surprise to be found here. It was a burger look alike and was worth a try.

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Dal Bati Churma; I loved the taste and it was so good. The ghee was dripping when I tried cutting the Bathi. When I placed it in the mouth, It just melted away. So yummy.

Sikori special Thali is one of the featured dish with Lacha paratha, Dal ki Sabzi, Paneer and mixed vegetable. Also the Jeera Rice and Papad. I loved it.

Ras Malai was my favorite dessert here. Being a sweet tooth I enjoyed it.

Rabdi Falooda was good too.

Malpua Rabdi is a must try dish when you are a fan of Malua. So soft and delicious.

Overall, this place is a haven for vegetarians, a must visit place if you stay near this place.

Foodie’s Verdict:

Food: 4.5/5

Service: 4/5

Ambiance: 4,5/5

VFM: 4/5

I would visit this place again for some more delicious treats and for that chai.

Adios

Akhilesh Math

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