Chole Bhature: Best Places To Have This Punjabi Dish In India


Read on to know the list of best places of Chole Bhature across the country. The famous Punjabi Dish is served with different taste in India. Click to see list

Written By Krupa Trivedi | Mumbai | Updated On:
Chole Bhature

There are very few varieties of food that are loved and cherished by all, and Chole Bhature is one such variety. A classic Punjabi dish, Chole Bhature is perfect for lunch, evening snacks or dinner. Having its origin in Punjab, this scrumptious dish is famous all over the country. So, whenever you are travelling to any part of the country and struck by a craving for a plate of Chole Bhature, fret not! We have put together a list of places which serve the best Chole Bhature in the country. 

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Baba Nagpal Corner, Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi

Baba Nagpal Corner is one of the best places in Delhi for Chole Bhature lovers. Located in Amar Colony, near Lajpat Nagar, the Baba Nagpal’s outlet is famous for its Punjabi-style Pindi Chole Bhature. In case you want to ditch the Bhatura, you can also opt for puris or rice. Having such a great meal at such an affordable price is like having the unique dish free of cost. 

Kota Kachori, Koramangala, Banglore

A relatively new entrant to the list of Rajasthani outlets in Bangalore, Kota Kachori in Koramangala, Bangalore, serves all the favourite savouries and sweets from Kota in Rajasthan. But along with this, the place is also famous for some mouth-watering evening snacks like Chole Bhature, Pyaz Kachori, Dhokla, and Puri Sabji. The place is also famous for some sweet dishes like Malai Ghewar and their endless North Indian treats.

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Guru Kripa, Sion, Mumbai

The list is incomplete without mentioning the iconic Guru Kripa outlet for having best Chole Bhature in Sion. The renowned place is famous for its signature Chole-Samosa and a mouthwatering plate of Chole Bhature. A meal for two here will cost you ₹ 350. The long queues, however, are worth the wait for sweet dishes like gulab jamun and sweet lassi.

Desi Klub, Chetpet, Chennai

Known for their fancy presentations, the Chole Bhature at Desi Klub is a delight for both your taste and your eyes. While the Channa Masala is served in cutting glass, the Bhatures come in a cone. Together the whole dish is served on a quirky tricycle. The restaurant also serves a mouth-watering Amritsari chutney, which is a perfect balance of sweet and spicy.

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