Being a Delhiite, who doesn’t know about the famous tadakti-bhadakti Paranthe Wali Gali?!

The smell of ghee and spices oozing from the tawa absolutely is absolutely enchanting you and even when you’re not that hungry, it’ll surely lure you inside for a bite!

Well if you’re a desi foodie and have always been on the look out for such delish parantha joints around Delhi, you must have heard about the joint in GK-2- Not Just Paranthas!

So, the question is- is it time to move on from our patent parantha places because of this place?

The answer is a resounding YES, now read below to find out why!

Our Take!

Honestly, we feel the food was worth our time, money and this article!

This place is famous for serving piping hot paranthas that are different from the regular ones at other outlets and the ways in which they fuse elements, is a welcome change!

The meaty Cheesy Chooza item was presented well on a sizzling tray and the appeal of the presentation made us drool like a baby- not kidding!

The Calzone Pizza Pocket was the dish of the day for us because of the oozy-cheesy delight and OH, THE TEXTURE on our palate, damn!

Is it a pizza? Is it a parantha? This dish ticks off all the right boxes and the filling inside will surely awaken your feelings! An appetizing fusion- it was nothing like we'd imagined!

We wrapped up our meal with Rabri Parantha and it was top notch- I mean who comes up with such delish fusion ideas?! This is was so good that we wish we could eat some more of this but we were already so full!

The Dahi ke Kebab were presented well but lacked in taste when compared to the other delectable items but we’ll surely try this again because everyone deserves a second chance!

The Mojito and Imly drink were refreshing and is a must try to wash down all the steaming hot and thick paranthas and other delicacies!

What We Gorged On?

Dahi ke kebab - 7/10

Sharabi Parantha - 8/10

Cheezy Chooza - 9/10

Chur Chur mix Parantha - 9/10

Mughlai parantha - 9/10

Calzone pizza pocket - 10/10 (Highly recommend)

Imly drink - 9.5/10

Mojito - 9.5/10

Rabri Parantha - 9/10

Service- Quick, polite and professional.

Servings- Chur Chur Parantha and Mughlai Parantha were sufficient for 3 people. Rest everything was sufficient for 2 people!

Ambiance- Not just paranthas, has a vintage look which gives the feels of paranthewali gali. A royal decor with really good lighting really adds to the appeal of the place by several notches.

The earthy ambiance with a clever and clean decor coupled with dim lighting is an experience which further gets fueled by the diverse delicacies they offer!

Hop in here when the dil wants to go desi and when the tummy is craving guilty pleasures! Let this place become your saving grace.

Location: M-84, M Block Market, Greater Kailash (GK) 2, New Delhi
(15 minute walk from Greater Kailash Metro station, so easily accessible)

Cost: ₹1,100 for two people (approx.)

Timings: 11 am – 12 Midnight

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