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Popular : An outside view of the eatery.

It’s hard to spot a non-vegetarian restaurant in and around Banashankari. You would have to go to the far end near Katriguppe in Outer Ring Road to find the nearest non-vegetarian  restaurant. If you are a hard core non-vegetarian then Chicken Hunt is the place to go.

This small but popular joint serves chicken and fish items which are made in authentic Andhra and Kundapur style. With an array of South Indian, North Indian victuals, the eatery draws large number of people from far away places as well.

People come from Nayandahalli, Hanumanthnagar, Padmanabhnagar and Hosakerehalli to savour chicken tandoor, chicken kabab, fish curry and dum biryani. The chicken items are available in varieties such as grilled chicken, chicken roll, chicken tikka and chicken masala and also their egg variants.

Kundapur style neer dosa, kotte kodubu are also popular with the customers. Those most benefited are the students of nearby colleges who otherwise had to go to far off places to savour these items. “I can’t live without chicken. But I had to manage with veg-diet as there was no hygienic non-veg restaurants close to my college. Now, I come here almost everyday and I like most of the items they serve, especially the chicken fried rice,” says Naveen, a student of  PESIT, Hosakerehalli.

The eatery operates between 11 am and 11 pm and people can order for home delivery as well. “While starting this eatery, I didn’t think I would get so many customers. And, I humbly agree that it is also due to the lack of non-veg hotels in the vicinity. Which is why, we are offering such a vast menu from traditional chicken items to chicken grills, manchurian and tikkas,” says Chandrashekhar, one of the owners.

As of now, meals are not available in Chicken Hunt. People can also choose rice items like ghee rice, fried rice, items like rumali roti, kulcha, noodles, idli, dosa with chicken and fish masalas along with fruit juices.  

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