Out of what's available, we got the Kochchi Roti With Kochchi Sambol (Rs. 250) and Toasted Roast Paan With Chicken Curry (Rs. 350).
The kochchi sambol, however, was wonderfully done. A good dose of chopped up kochchi producing that distinct aroma and heat, a sprinkle of chilli flakes intensifying the spiciness, some scraped coconut combining and balancing out all the flavours, along with a lovely limey hint. Superb!
The Toasted Roast Paan With Chicken Curry had a helping of that good kochchi sambol too. Plus, we loved the roast paan. Toasted to perfection, its crust was perfectly crispy and had a spongy middle.
Lots and lots of spices seemed to have involved in the making of this chicken curry. The gravy was incredibly rich - spicy, thick and tasted great.
Unfortunately, there wasn't a lot of chicken in it. About five teeeny tinyyyy chicken pieces were spotted. It's like someone had taken a sizable piece of chicken and smashed it into bits.
We recommend Kochchi Roti Hut for their delicious kochchi sambol and wish they offered single portions of that - so we can mix and match it with anything that we've got at home. Nonetheless, it's an easy pick for quick dinner, if you're within their delivery range.
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