Big News! Curly Tales Launches Its 1st Indian Street Food Restaurant In Bandra

Curly Tales has launched its first Indian street food restaurant, Imlee The Chaat Gali in collaboration with renowned restaurateur, Neeti Goel.

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
Big News! Curly Tales Launches Its 1st Indian Street Food Restaurant In Bandra

Indians and their love for street food cannot be separated! Every state and city in India has a particular street food dish that it is known for. Keeping this never-ending love for street food in mind, we have an exciting news for you. Curly Tales founder and Editor-in-Chief Kamiya Jani and successful restaurateur Neeti Goel have joined hands to announce something special! Yes, Curly Tales with Neeti Goel has announced its first Indian street food restaurant in Bandra. 

Curly Tales Launches Its 1st Indian Street Food Restaurant


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Curly Tales has launched its first Indian street food restaurant, Imlee The Chaat Gali. The restaurant is here to bring together India’s best street food under one roof in the most hygienic way. 

The first outlet is located on Turner Road in Bandra, Mumbai. It has been opened in collaboration with one of India’s renowned restaurateurs, Neeti Goel. 

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Kamiya Jani, founder of India’s leading travel and food channel, Curly Tales, has travelled across the length and breadth of India. She has tried the different mouth-watering street food items that India has to offer on her show “Tere Gully Mein.” The concept of the show is to explore India’s food gullies with celebrities.  

Talking about Neeti Goel, she is a successful restaurateur located in Mumbai. She is the daughter of renowned industrialist Late SK Gupta and originally from Chandigarh. In Mumbai, she is the owner of “Keiba,” “Madras Diaries,” and “Madras Express.” In 2019, she received the ‘Restaurateur of the Year’ award from the Eiffel Tower in Paris. 

With two such enterprising women leading it, the restaurant is sure to blow your mind.

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A Celebration To Remember

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Walk in, and you will know that Imlee the Chaat Gali is a celebration of Indian street food tradition, not just a restaurant.

Restaurateur Neeti Goel and Curly Tales founder and editor-in-chief Kamiya Jani have skillfully curated the menu at Imlee. It includes an unmatched list of street food dishes made in the most hygienic way and using premium ingredients that are sourced from all around India. 

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Each dish has been meticulously chosen to highlight the amazing diversity and depth of chaat that can be found all around the nation. Every bite is a flavour explosion and a symphony of spices that take you to the streets of India, thanks to their dedication to using only the best ingredients.

From Vrindavan Ki Lassi to Mumbaiya Pani Puri, Haridwar Ke Kadi Chawal, Dilli Ki Raj (Rani) Kachori, Agra Wali Dal Ki Kachori with Raseele Aloo, Indore Ke Singhara Chatpata, and so much more to offer!. Well, the list is endless as they promise to bring the best of entire India’s street food.

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Fusion Of Warmth & Sophistication

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Imlee the Chaat Gali is all set to deliver the real taste of India’s street food in the heart of Bandra. A fully immersive dining experience featuring popular chaats like Pani Puri, Bhel Puri, and Aloo Tikki is what Imlee the Chaat Gali promises to deliver. 

The stylish and dynamic atmosphere of the restaurant offers the ideal backdrop for a gastronomic adventure that combines innovation and tradition. 

The ambience at Imlee the Chaat Gali is a tasteful fusion of warmth and sophistication. The restaurant’s stylish yet cosy furnishings make it a great setting for both quiet dinners and large parties. Imlee’s well-trained crew will offer you an unforgettable service that will elevate the entire experience.

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So what are you waiting for? Walk in and celebrate your love for Indian street food with us!

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Where: Shop no.5, Ground Floor, Carlton Court Building, Junction of Perry road Pali road, Bandra West, Mumbai -400050

When: 12pm to 11:30pm

Contact: 9320051039

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