Sadak Chaap can be best described as a casual dining eatery where the hero of every dish is soya. It’s a pure vegetarian restaurant. Try the chaap curries or grills and you won’t realise that you’re not eating chicken but soya. You’ll never notice that the difference. It is a great way to get kids to eat some healthy food than eat chicken all the time. Soya is a healthy due to its high protein content, vitamins, minerals and insoluble fibre.
The starter menu offers grilled soya chaap in various flavours. We opted to try the mix platter with all the different flavours. It is served with green chutney and sliced onions. The flavours we tried were Italian, Gujarati, Amritsari, Hariyanvi, Lahori, Lucknowi and Rajasthani. My favourite was Italian as it’s all about cheese. But I have to say that each was different and if I weren’t told then I wouldn’t have known that it wasn’t chicken 😊
For the mains, we had Punjabi, Hyderabadi and Kashmiri Chaap. These are chaap cooked in various gravies and served with wheat lacchha paratha. Kashimiri is a thick cashew nut gravy while Hyderabadi is a spicy gravy and Punjabi curry is buttery. I loved them all. Kashimiri is a little sweet while the other two are spicy but in a good way. Again, I have to say that if I weren’t told then I wouldn’t have known that it wasn’t chicken 😊 My lil one too didn’t believe me when I said it is veg. and not chicken.
For drinks, we had Sadak Chaas, Indian buttermilk, tea and coffee. The coffee was just amazing. It was just the way I like it, just how a coffee should be!!
Sadak Chaap I’ll be back again!!