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31.05.2015

“She lifts a bowl of kheer and her thoughts, flittering like dusty sparrows in a brown back alley, turn a sudden kingfisher blue.”

With bird-blue thoughts and fluttery hearts we tell you this Monday morning that Nafisa Aunty’s kheer is now available for takeaway. The chef behind The Bohri Kitchen or TBK (read our review here) is now offering to-go treats, including kheema samosas, biryani, halwa and raan that has been marinated for two days.

We look forward to new experiments such as Lagan ni Seekh and Kaari Chawal, a tart tamarind chicken curry cooked with cashews and served with khammi roti sourced from Bohri Mohalla.

How To Order

TBK Takeaway lets you order in two ways: you can either get a Rs 1,200 meal for one person (but it’s really enough for two), which includes all five courses served at the pop-up restaurant; or you can place an order for specific dishes. The menu is up on their Facebook page and so long as you order by Thursday, you can pick up on Saturday of the same week.

Note: Pick-ups can be made only on Saturdays, and not any other day of the week. Also, chef Nafisa Aunty insists that you BYOD - bring your own dabba.

Raan of Clutch

Having sampled many meals at TBK, we look forward to new experiments such as Lagan ni Seekh and Kaari Chawal, a tart tamarind chicken curry cooked with cashews and served with khammi roti sourced from Bohri Mohalla.

The TBK team is currently expanding, we learn, and soon they’ll be able to cater your next dinner, big-as-moon thaals included. One small step for raan, a giant leap for raan-kind.

Getting there: To order call 9819447438, view the Facebook page here and follow them on Instagram on @TheBohriKitchen, Rs 1,200 for a 5 course meal for one, specific dish prices on request.

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