Vegetarian people sometimes wonder why people are so crazy about non-veg dishes. They must also be thinking that after all the taste of non-veg dish really appeals to the heart so much that people are going crazy about it. But there are many vegetarian people who are left with heartbreak, because they cannot taste it due to being vegetarian. For such people, today we have brought such a dish, which is completely vegetarian, but its taste is completely non-veg. When many types of veg tikkas and rolls sold in this shop are roasted on gas burners like coal flame and offered with saury-sundhi fragrance, nothing can be said from the mouth while eating. The mind says that just go on eating.
About one and a half dozen varieties of spicy tikkas and rolls
Model Town-॥ This shop, which roasts paneer, mushroom and soya and converts it into non-veg test It is located in the Central Market and its name is ‘Eating Corner’, as old people know it as Matru’s shop. In this shop, more dishes are sold to make the tongue spicy, but the real water is about one and a half dozen tikkas sold there and similar types of tikka rolls. Their names are also one to one, such as Paneer Tikka, Veg Kebab Tikka, Hariyali Mughlai Chap, Soya, Mushroom, Jackfruit, Pineapple Tikka etc. When they are prepared by wrapping and roasting in ginger garlic paste and other spices and later given with spicy green chutney and onions, then while eating, their taste and fragrant aroma starts saying that their ‘color’ is something. And that’s it.
The tikkas are served as tikka rolls wrapped in warm roomali roti.
The tikkas wrapped in roomali roti taste like spicy meat.
When these tikkas are presented wonderfully in the form of tikka rolls wrapped in hot roomali roti, then it seems that roomali roti is really being enjoyed with spicy meat buns. It is also proved because Amarjeet Bindra, who came to the shop to eat tikka rolls, said that the doctor has refused him to eat non-veg. But he does not agree and he eats these veg rolls and takes away the fun of non-veg. The price of different types of tikkas in the shop ranges from Rs 180 to Rs 280 per plate, while tikka rolls are available for Rs 200 to Rs 320. By the way, golgappa, dahi papdi, pav bhaji, corn chaat etc. are also available at this shop. But most of the people’s mind is only in the tikkas that are baked on a low flame.
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This ‘Matru ki shop’ had once sold tea too
There is also an interesting story of the opening of this old matru ki shop. Hiralal started this shop in the year 1962. But before starting this shop, he sold tea. After some time he started wooing people by selling lentils and roti. Then after that he started selling pav-bhaji, chaat etc. For nearly 20 years, this shop has earned a name for grilling snacks and rolls. This shop was run by Hiralal’s sons Surendra Kumar Singla and Rakesh Kumar Singla. Now Hitesh and Luv Singhla are also sharing hands as the next generation. The shop opens at 12 noon and runs till 10 pm. Goods are received through token system. There is no seating arrangement at the shop, so one has to eat standing outside. Great packing facility.
Nearest Metro Station: Model Town
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