We all love Samosas, during my young days it was probably one of the cheapest and easily accessible snacks item in my wishlist! When everything around us is evolving for the good, even the humble lil samosa has evolved to become something that makes it even more tempting. This post is going to talk about Samosa Singh, a venture that was started in Feb, 2016 with an objective of reinventing the king of Indian snacks and presenting it to customers in a way that’ll keep it rooted to its ancestors but at the same time twist the characteristic to make it healthier and gourmet kinds.
The brand currently has their signature restaurant in Electronic City Phase One and has plans to come up in different malls across Bangalore. They are also housed in Inox theatres as their dining partners! So well, if you love Samosa then this is the place to be in.
What makes a visit to Samosa Singh tempting? Guilt free indulgence is the first thing that comes to my mind. Samosas listed on their menu have been proven to have 40% fewer calories and 56% less fat than the traditional Samosas, and this is evident the minute you bite into them. The menu is categorised broadly into 4 sections – Samosa, Chocossa, SamAwesome’s and Singhlers (hot and cold beverages). The Samosas here looks clean and devoid of unwanted oil, the kind of options available here is astonishing. When I was here I tried the – Paneer Tikka, Kadai Paneer and Aloo Masala that’s from the veg section and in non-veg I had the Chicken Keema and Chicken Kebab Roll Samosa.
They all were crisp from the outside and the flavour just kicks in the minute you connect to samosa, thanks to the sprinklers used and the thin layer of outer covering. Chocossa variety comes in Caramel, Peanut and Orange flavours, these are crunchy on the outside and with a generous amount of filling… this is dessert for me! Well, if you are really hungry then the Samosa Burger and Samosa Chat can come to your rescue!
Overall, this is one of those places where you can indulge in samosas made from healthy ingredients without compromising on the traditional taste, the innovation part comes in the form of the wide variety of options available here like the chicken Manchurian samosa or the red tangy pasta samosa. The pricing is extremely economical and there is nothing on the menu that crosses 100 bucks which makes this place super value for money! Do visit Samosa Singh’s website to know more about their products!