Shawarma is more than a wrap, it is comfort food that fills the tummy and is light on the pocket. It is every broke and hangry person’s dream come true. So if you have been looking for a good shawarma that hits all the right spots on your yummy scale, head to Kapoors Balle Balle in Noida’s sector 29.

The Brahmaputra market in Noida is always bustling with a ton of activity. People buying things in the crowded lanes, people walking, aunties haggling with the vegetable vendors and people busy eating at all times of day.

Nestled in the crowded streets of the Brahmaputra market, Kapoors Balle Balle is every shawarma lovers dream come true.

If you’ve ever made a tour of this market, you know that the market is full of amazing places to grab a bite at. Albeit a little less chic, or not chic at all, most of these places serve food that goes straight to the heart (because of the cholesterol enriching oil and the flavour, believe me, one is incomplete without the other). Kapoors is one such place.

The food here is served on flimsy styrofoam plates, yet there is a queue of people awaiting their order, getting food packed and looking forward to have a bite of the goodness that is their shawarma. It is hands down the best shawarma you’ll have in Noida.

The beautifully charred rotisserie-d chicken resting on a bed of garlic mayonnaise and covered in soft pillowy bread is the best kind of meal.

The best part is, the shawarma will not cost you more than 60 bucks a piece. So even if you are hungry beyond words and want to nosh on three or even four of them, you can without thinking about burning a hole in your pocket.

Not just that, you can also get a ton of other delicious grub at this place. We love the Afghani chicken, the malai chicken tikka, tawa chicken, mutton korma and the egg curry here. Don’t fret, you can also have a variety of vegetarian food here that will blow you away.

So if you are hangrily reading this piece about tasty food, do yourself a favour, head to Kapoors Balle Balle or order some of the deliciousness for yourself.

Location: K-2, Brahmaputra Shopping Complex, Sector 29, Noida

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