3The Ranting Panda •
23 Jan 2015
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The most unusual thing about Mirchi is the range of flavours. While packing a punch in the mains and rich dishes, Mirchi’s array of options in its revamped menu strikes a good balance between light and heavy tastes.
The Bombay Papdi Chaat
($7) is popular street food in India; these soft potato chunks tossed in tamarind chutney and mint yoghurt served atop crisp crackers are a force to be reckoned with. The light crunch of the cracker balances the creamy texture of the chutney and yoghurt. The team at Mirchi also told us that in India, street hawkers would display all the options for fillings on their carts, and customers can pick and make their own dishes!