Delectable Indian sweets can’t be missed out at Bikaner this Diwali
AS the festival of lights, Diwali is approaching, Megh Singh is all set with his lot to serve even more this year. For those who have a sweet tooth, the delectable Indian sweets, freshly made at Bikaner Sweet and Curry Café can’t be missed out.
There is a selection of around 60 sweets to choose from. His range includes a lot but to mention only a few are Kaju Katli, Kesar Laddu, Cham-cham, Ras Malai, Chander Kala, Kala Jamun, Patissa, Kheer Mohan Banana Bufri.
This is not the all he has on his tray. The entrée and main menu comprising of around 91 dishes embraces the authentic North Indian curries and Tandoori cuisine.
The array of scrumptious dishes encompasses both vegetarian and non-vegetarian like Daal Makhni, Mixed Vegetable curry, Saag Paneer, Shahi Paneer, Seekh Kebab, Tandoori Chicken, Chicken Vindaloo, Lamb Rogan Josh, Goat Masala and many more.
The popular ‘Chana-Bhatura’ they serve is ‘just finger-licking that I can’t resist eating’ as one of the customer says. Atil, a regular customer at Bikaner has been visiting the restaurant since 2009 with his family to a lip-smacking feast. “Since then”, he said “the taste is consistent and excellent.”
Seventy percent of the customers at Bikaner are regular, many of them come all the way even from far off suburbs. On weekends, the place is too busy that people don’t mind queuing up waiting for an amazing delicacy.
The appetising delights, Mr Singh said are made with love, patience and tender care to cater to the taste of his customers.
Mr Singh has been to many countries including Moscow, Germany Indonesia, Singapore and Dubai. He emigrated from India in 2006 before which he had been working with Ashok Hotel. In a chat with Indian Monthly team, Mr Singh emphasised the importance of hard work and dedication in achieving success in any field. Mr Megh Singh wishes a very Happy Diwali to all the readers.