KULCHA a flatbread typically stuffed with vegetables or meat. Traditionally kulcha’s are not stuffed but made plain and eaten with gravy which can be veg or non-veg.
‘KULCHA KING’ a casual dining, serving Indian/North Indian cuisines in UAE. We are not frequent visitors of ‘Kulcha king’ but a good place for Kulcha’s if you are bored of having same sabji, roti & daal. A few days back we were in Dubai and thought to relish some stuffed kulcha’s.
So, we dine-in at their Al Karama branch. Ideally, it’s a small place located on the main street. They have two seating arrangements one is as soon as you enter there are 4/5 Tables & another upstairs where 5/6 tables are placed. The place is not spacious but provide comfortable tables & chairs. The ambiance is not that great but fine with some posters/Pictures, frames on the wall.
What we ordered: Aloo stuffed Kulcha, Chicken keema Kulcha, Veg Thali (small) and Mango Lassi.
They will give a red onion chutney as a sider/dip for your meal, which tastes sweet, tangy, spicy overall delicious.
Aloo Stuffed Kulcha
Kulcha was served with chole gravy as a sider, it was thick and slightly crunchy from outside. A soft & well mix of Aloo stuffing with spices and masala. Each bite gave a crisp, soft and great taste. When combined with their chole gravy it was a wholesome meal. Kulcha’s are cooked in an oven so they are not much oily or buttery.
Chicken keema kulcha
A nice, thick and crunchy kulcha served with a chicken gravy/korma. The minced chicken stuffing mixed with spices was fine but I felt it was very dry. It could have been better. Gravy should have been spicier. Kulcha’s are cooked in an oven so they are not much oily or buttery.
Bagheera meal (Kids Meal)
This small mini thali serves tawa roti, paneer sabji, steamed rice, raita, papad and a dessert(gulab jamun). Roti was soft and paneer sabji was mild, rice was well cooked. quantity & portions we perfect so overall my son loved his meal.
Mango Lassi: Mango lassi was served in very interesting jar/glass which had a shape of a bulb. It was delicious, creamy, and thick. Every sip gave a sweet and tangy flavor. It was good.
I like this place for their unique concept of stuffed kulcha’s served with gravy. Their kulcha’s are thick so you need to have a good appetite. Kulcha’s are mouthwatering and appetizing.
Keema kulcha, red onion chutney, and gravy.
- Their service was good and our order was placed within 5-7mins on our table. Attendants were prompt and polite.
- This is not a place where you can spend much time and relish food or have long and personal chat’s. It’s a place where you order, eat, pay your bill and vacate table for others.
- Be ready for waiting, during peak hours this place has a wait-list for approx. 20-30 min.
Price: reasonable. Our total bill was approx 65-70 dhs.
Location: They provide service at five different locations in Dubai. We visited at their Al Karama branch.
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