Desi Australia & Travel Coffee Vogue gives full thumbs up to Choice for fast food
We are officially the first one to break the news to our foodie followers that popular fast food chain Choice, in Harris Park, will come together with Bawarchi (another popular Indian joint established by the same owner which was shut) under the same roof by mid April. The good news for us is that now Choice will serve rich Punjabi and Guajarati dishes as well.
We were at this casual tasty restaurant last week. Chit chatting with the owners Bhavesh Trambadia and Romil Wadhwana over a cup of their elaichi loaded tea (one of the best masala teas we have had in Sydney), we were told that it was them who did catering for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he was in Sydney. Well, that is an honour and the modest fact is they haven’t done any promotion about it at the restaurant.
We started with the Chindian platter of Paneer Chilly ($8), Shezwan Noodles ($9) and Chinese Idli ($7).We loved every bit of it. It reminded me the Chindian style of Ahmedabad where garlic and red chilli flavours explode in the mouth. For main course we tried Chole Bhature ($9) and Andhra Masala Dosa ($10). The bhature were just right, soft and crisp at the same time. Chole had a different spice twist with paneer crumbs in it. Best part of the meal was Andhra spicy dosa which was better than many other south Indian places. This is definitely a must try. We were told this is made with their special secret 45-spice mix. These 45 spices in a $10 dosa absolutely made our taste buds go WOW. On a sweet note, we ended with Rabdi Falooda ($7). Topped with cherries, it was one more reason to say “yummy!”
A very good CHOICE! We liked their fast food and it all comes at a very pocket friendly price. Now we are waiting to try their rich gravies from Bawarchi.
Choice Indian Fast Food
By Reeth Teckchandani