Fast Food Restaurant

The Kulchas

Amar Colony Main Market, Lajpat Nagar 4
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The Kulchas Reviews and Ratings - Lajpat Nagar 4, New Delhi

Avoid!

Rated 1.0 by Puja Chawla

Not able to locate this one....the contact number isn't working and the location has some other food joint. Can someone please help here ? Came for breakfast and sitting in cafe coffee day


Great!

Rated 4.0 by Ashish Singh

This restaurant has a very rich and pleasant vibe to it. This was the first restaurant in south delhi where I tasted North Indian food, and was extremely delighted with the choice and taste of food. food had a sweet taste to it-great for me. They have a variety of kulcha's in different flavours, which you cannot afford to miss. they dont dissapoint , so you needn't worry. After visiting a number of other restaurants, I wouldn't say it's among the best, but it's a decent place, offering fairly nice food, with extremely quick service.


Great!

Rated 4.0 by Kashish Kanyan

Ordered Aloo Pyaaz Kulcha - Full Plate , which contained 2 kulchas sufficient to fill a Sumo's tummy. The chatpati chutney & medium sized chole were also sufficient in quantity. The taste was good.


Great!

Rated 4.0 by Shubhita Garg

This place is my guilty pleasure. I am in love with Amritsari Kulchas and this is the place I go to every time I crave kulchas here in Delhi. I haven't actually been there, I just order in. My absolute love is the Aloo Pyaaz Kulcha. It's spicy and crispy and not greasy! Just how kulcha should be. And hey it is damn affordable! It's 60 bucks for one kulcha and 100 for two. The chickpea curry they serve it with is a little spicy but perfect for Kulchas. Also one plate is really heavy and a complete meal.


Great!

Rated 4.0 by Aditi Shahi

Terrific Kulchas, one of the best I've had till date. We ordered Spl. Keema, Paneer, Aloo Pyaaz and Moong Dal variants. The Keema and Paneer Kulchas were the best, and the Aloo Pyaaz was quite good as well. The moong dal one however seemed a little underdone. The Kulchas were the right balance, soft on the inside, crisp on the outside, and the fillings were very flavourful. The Kulchas come with chhola and some type of chutney, and a chicken gravy for the keema Kulcha. But I really didn't eat any of those as the Kulchas per se were so delicious!