Chandni Chowk has a roof thatched from dried coconut leaves and a floor made by laying loose metal that is used for construction. The roof gives it a look of a hut and the metal makes it hard to walk on the restaurant floor. But, they serve excellent food.
Chandni Chowk is located in Koramangala just a stone’s throwaway from the famous Sony World junction. It has ample parking space.
The kebabs are excellent here. Unlike many places in Bangalore which boasts of kebabs and serve it after deep frying in oil, Chandni Chowk offers authentic kebabs grilled in tandoor. I ordered Butter Nan. The nan was dripping makhan. It was delicious and brought back memories of Gurgaon.