Drop by for some great food

Drop by for some great food


 Humble: The entrance of Soul Food. Soul Food wears no such large board but has some great food in store.

Located at the beginning of the Old Airport Road, Soul Food is a must try for all those who love snacking. You are greeted by stacked pavs and a huge kadai.

Effort has been made to ensure that the ambience is just as inviting as the food is.

There are papers stuck everywhere with the names of the food items written on them. These read mint lemonade, badam milk, tomato juice, small meals and chicken curry meals.

Soul Food opens up at 9 in the morning for breakfast which includes a variety of items like chole bhature, aloo puri, grilled sandwich, poha, idli, dosa and even maggi

It would be nice to choose a plate of spicy chole bhature if you like your breakfast heavy. The egg lovers can opt for a plate of french toast, cheese omelette or even an egg paratha.

Try the vada pav for lunch, it’s filling and just perfect for a light afternoon fill. The varieties of parathas include onion, aloo, methi and mixed veg. 

A plate of hot pav bhaji is a must try. This mouth-watering dish is served with half a piece of lime and some cut onion.

The tomato or chilli are not overused and the capsicum adds that zing to the gravy.

The pavs are soft and buttery and though there are only two pavs in a plate, ordering a few extras would be a good idea.

 “I like the pav bhaji in the place. It’s good compared to a lot of restaurants in South,” says Sumukhi, who lives nearby.

There are a few other items such as fried rice, veg noodles and gobi manchurian.

A great place to hang out with friends, Soul Food, is great on your wallet.  For details, call 9620522738.