The tangy and spicy tastes of Snacks are our favourite compared to all the foods that we have every day. Snack days are like a cheat day from the gym, you can skip nutritional values once in a while. The mouth watering foods that we have been missing for a while now are all dying to showcase their taste in our platters. Being grounded to home for months now we all are eager to move out and start meeting our close friends and families. Hanging out with them, talking with each other over sips of tea and some snacks is what most of us want.
A soul being homebound for months in a tourist destination like Bangkok, it becomes even more difficult for one to keep eating the same homemade food every day. With delayed schedules and unnatural food cycles most of us have faced the problem of being lazy to cook.
Coming with a onetime solution to all your delicious cravings, the PATIAALA HOUSE RESTAURANT is ready to serve you. Serving at the Restaurant as well as giving Online doorstep deliveries, they have some amazing snacks available in their menu. The snacks available are typically from Indian and Punjabi cuisines. Taking into consideration all the necessary precautions and sanitisation methods, Patiaala House is open to guests now.
Some of the most famous dishes are:
Paneer rolls, Pav Bhaji, Pakoda, Chaat, Samosa preparations etc.
Chicken and Mutton Rolls, Chicken and fish Pakodas.
Do you have an eye for detail? Let’s dive deep into their menu for some snacks.
Rolls (Stuffed spicy veg breads rolled and served with dips): Paneer Makhani,Paneer Chilly Paneer Kathi, Paneer tikka.
Pakoda (Deep fried stuffed Indian fritters made from gram flour): Mix Pakoda Bhajia, Paneer Pakoda.
Chat (Indian light weight snacks with potato as it’s major ingredient): Aloo Tikki Chat, Samosa, Samosa Pav.
Some Stomach Filling Snacks (Other snacks which include Indian curries with breads): Pav Bhaji, Cholle Bhatura, Puri bhaji.
Non- Vegetarian Snacks:
Rolls (Stuffed spicy non-veg breads rolled and served with dips):
Pakoda (Deep fried Non-Vegetarian fritters made from gram flour): Chicken and Fish Pakodas
It goes unsaid that we need to pair the snacks with some amazing drinks that relish our appetite. Every drink has its own combination with the snacks and the time of the day or the occasion in specific. Most snacks go well with a cup of piping hot tea while others need to be paired with chilled drinks.
Sip on these amazing drinks at the Patiaala House Restaurant:
Tea: Adrak and Elaichi (Ginger and cardamom), Gud ki Chai (Jaggery based tea)
Soda (Plain/Fresh Lime), tonic water, soft drinks, Lassi (Mango/Sweet/Salted),Redbull, Gajar ki kanji, Jaljeera, Pudina Sharbat (Mint juice), Cocktail shot.
Beer (Brands like Heineken, Singha, Leo, Chang, San Miguel etc.) Red and White House Wines.
The snacktime is the best time for everybody to have a break from their regular and hectic office life and divert their minds. You get another good reason to meet your friends and families and exchange some trending talks. Patiaala House Restaurant presents the best version of Indian Snacks with the best in class drinks to make you feel relieved and rejuvenated.