Kota Non Veg Tour

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Let's introduce you to some of the city's popular non-veg places that we had covered during our food tour over here. Most of these eateries have an undiminishing legacy and are affordable too.



It is a sought after place for kebabs and curries. We had tried their butter chicken, tangdi kabab and mutton ishtu. Each of them was distinctively flavourful but the keema stuffed chicken tangdi kabab was our favourite. Their butter chicken is very different from the slightly sweet, aromatic and creamy curry that we North Indians are familiar with.


Near Pragati School, Bajrang Nagar Main Road

We went there for the famous Changezi Chicken. Loaded with spices, nuts, dried coconut and even foxnuts, this glistening slow cooked chicken curry had a distinct tangy taste and rich mouth feel. It's very different from the Changezi Chicken available in Delhi. They have a great menu with tempting choices.


Aman Colony, Vigyan Nagar

It is a spacious, aesthetic, relaxing and cosy restaurant known for its scrumptious yet pocket friendly menu. Our included buttery and spicy murg zaykedar, murg keema which had both minced and tandoori chicken, then khoya based gulati and zaike ka mohabbat which was a luscious fruit cream.


10 DCM Road, Near Aerodrome Circle

This legendary restaurant has been winning the hearts of meat lovers since 1979. At the young and passionate owner's recommendation we tried their signature dish, Firdous mutton bhuna in ghee. The richness of the spices mingled with the sweet aroma of the ghee and the long span of cooking resulted in a gratifying taste.


Near Opera Hospital, Indra Vihar

This place has a jaw dropping affordable non veg menu that has probably been fixed keeping the major student populace in mind. Here we had tried a wonderful chicken biryani which was fragrant and very well spiced.

Near Opera Hospital, Indra Vihar

They have a tempting menu consisting of a variety of rolls, kababs, noodles etc. and is a huge hit with the young crowd. We had tried a classic egg and a veg 65 roll. The best part of these rolls were the crisp, soft and flaky parathas.

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