Home made Authentic indian food and sweets and chaats.Taste like food from punjab.Small homely atmosphere with very reasonable pricing.100% home taste.
My wife and I went to this restaurant because of hearing good reviews. This place is not much for ambiance but it sure makes up for the great tasting food. This establishment is more of a East Indian bakery than a restaurant. There are only four tables in the place. The menu is just a take-out menu. My wife and I order the veggie samosa to start and was not disappointed. It came out fresh and hot. Then we shared the lamb curry, butter chicken naan and mesola (veggie dish). The dishes were standard size compared to other East Indian restaurants. The flavour was outstanding. The butter chicken was rich and had some heat. The curry lamb was delicious and the mesola was very tasty. Was not disappointed with the quality of food. The price was reasonable.. The cook/owner came by to ask how was the meal and also informed us that they do not use any oil for their dishes which is nice to know. If you enjoy great food but could care less about decor, this is the place. Will definitely come back.
Chaat refers to a collection of dishes which are popular street snacks in India/Pakistan. Chaat dishes usually consist of potatoes, chickpeas, lentils, crispy toppings, chutneys and raitas. Usually a sweet and sour flavor persists along with a little bit of heat.
Sachdeva sweets has in my opinion the best tasting chaat in the lower mainland, I have tried the stuff on 128 st, main st and richmond... and none of them come even close. The difference is the freshness of the ingredients, these guys prepare everything fresh.
Dishes to try:
-Gol guppe: Tiny crispy pockets of dough, which you fill with a chickpea & potato mix along with some chutney. The guppe melt in your mouth
-Chana chaat: Spicy chicpea and lentil dish, served with tomatoes, cilantro and onions along with chutney
Havent really tried any of their other dishes yet.