In the world of startups where every other day we see scores of new ventures coming out with the intention of making our lives easier, EveryDay Junction is one such start up which has come into picture with a very thoughtful cause of serving ‘Ghar ka Khana’. When I say Ghar ka Khana, the food is actually simple, low on spices, modest and suits our Indian pallet in a best possible way. This delivery only startup caters to your needs of home cooked which is currently a major concern for a lot of folks who have relocated here (Bangalore) and have their meals outside in restaurants. I happened to try their meal offerings and I instantly fell in love with the simplicity involved.
Lets start off with some factual data EveryDay Junction! It was started on April 3rd 2016, which makes this venture very young. The intention of coming up EveryDay Junction is that the folks behind it are residing in Koramangala from 2 years and observed that there are two categories of food places – 1) Expensive restaurants which is not suitable for daily budget and 2) Places with economical rates but on some occasions the quality is compromised. Hence they wanted to serve people with real home cooked meals at extremely economical rates. They intend to be one stop destination for all people living away from home and miss the food which is served at home. Also, they serve only veg items here and want to promote vegetarian food habits.
Coming to the food that is offered here and what i ended up trying. They have a daily changing menu so this ensures that you get variety on all days over the period of week. The menu spreads across breakfast, lunch and dinner with fixed timings for each. Lunch and Dinner Thalis come in two sizes – Mini and Jumbo which are priced aptly and come in decent portions.
I received Club Kachori, Aaloo Ki Sabzi, Bhujia and Pyaaz Moong Daal ka Chilla for breakfast. Club Kachori with Aloo ki Sabzi is a famous breakfast combo found in North India, Kachori here looks similar to Puri but one bite of it and you can easily distinguish between the two. Moong Daal ka chilla was freshly prepared and it sits lite on your stomach, plus it scores more on nutrient factor.
Lunch combo had Chatpate Aaloo, Dal Makhani, Paratha/Phulka, Veg Pulao, Papad ki Bhuji and Salad. Chatpate Aloo is a dry item here and helps complete your meal along with Daal Makhani in a nice and wholesome way. I got Paratha along with it whose preparation is influenced by North Indian cuisine. The Papad ki Bhuji and salad are worthwhile add on which comes along with most of the combos listed.
Dinner menu included Paneer Butter Masala, Jeera Aaloo, Phulka, Rice, Dal, Raita and Papad ki Bhuji.. this does sound extensive but overall the food which comes out from their kitchen resembles your homely food so much that there is a lot of feel good factor associated with it. I fancied every moment of digging the Phulkas into Paneer Butter Masala, a special mention to this gravy as we are so used to see rich preparations of this dish that finding a lighter version did manage to impress me. Jeera Aaloo is the next surprising bit here, when i had a look at their menu it seemed to be a dry item but upon arrival I realized it was in the form of Gravy. This was thoughtfully prepared keeping in mind the intensity of Jeera which known to mess up the overall experience if a lot of it is added.
Grubitizer’s Take – There is hardly anything here to complain, we all love Ghar ka Khana and even more when you are staying away from home. The delivery only model followed makes it even more accessible as you can now get your share of home styled food at your doorsteps. They currently caters to Koramangala, HSR, BTM, Domlur, ShantiNagar and have plans to expand to the IT Belt very soon which will cover Marathalli, Bellandur and Whitefield.
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