Jee Karda Star Suhail Nayyar Talks About How Chole Bhature Will Always Be A Supreme Dish

Suhail Nayyar enjoys chole bhature at this shop since his childhood days.

by Ankita Mazumdar
Jee Karda Star Suhail Nayyar Talks About How Chole Bhature Will Always Be A Supreme Dish

The stars of Jee Karda, Suhail Nayyar, Tamannaah Bhatia and Aashim Gulati came for this special episode of The Bombay Journey X Sunday Brunch. The hosts for this episode were Mashable India’s Siddharth Aalambayan and Curly Tales’s Editor-in-Chief, Kamiya Jani. There were clashing points of view when it came to the topic of food. It was fun to watch some choose their favourites while also supporting the other’s food choices between Delhi and Mumbai.

Jee Karda’s Suhail Nayyar Loves Chole Bhature & Thinks That It Is The Ultimate Supreme Dish

Just as Suhail Nayyar and Aashim Gulati joined the rest of the gang for this Sunday Brunch episode, Kamiya quickly picked up the forever ongoing topic of Delhi v/s Mumbai food debate. The boys, except Siddharth, are from Delhi while the rest of them are from Mumbai.

Tamannaah replied, “This is a war-like question!” Suhail Nayyar told us he appreciates vada pav, bhel puri and sev puri but chhole bhature is far superior to Mumbai street food and Tamannaah agreed. Do you also agree?

Now they were asked about their favourite chole bhature shops in Delhi and Suhail said that he liked Roshan Di Kulfi in Karol Bagh since his childhood. It was near his school and he used to relish yummy kulfis and chhole bhature. He specifically mentioned that he is not that big of a foodie. Hence, if he is suggesting a food place then it is worth a try, always.

Also Read: Jee Karda Star Aashim Gulati Reveals His Fave Momo Place In Delhi &Why Everyone Must Try It Out

Aashim Gulati Will Take Him Here To Try Pani Puri

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Kamiya made it clear to all of us that our guests like to have Mumbai’s street food in Mumbai and Delhi’s street food in Delhi. This should be the basic answer and logic for the constant debate between the foods of these two cities. Then, Aashim Gulati shared that he likes to have pani puri at a shop just near High Point in Lokhandwala.

He asked Suhail Nayyar if he had tasted the deliciousness of this street food. To which he sadly replied no but then Aashim told him that he would take him to that place.

Also Read: Tamannaah & ‘Jee Karda’ Director Bond Over Their Fave Restaurant, Bombay Canteen

Comment down below if you had Roshan Di Kulfi’s chole bhature and if it is worth trying.

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