When it comes to burgers, I highly recommend the ones from Carls Jr., Café Delhi Heights and of course, the mass produced Mc. Donalds. But when it comes to combining the usual burgers with the Indian flavours and dishes, Burger Singh wins the lone battle. Here are a few of them that I tried recently:
Bihari ghosht burger: Not recommended at all. Too spicy. And ironically speaking, the strong smell of the mutton patty is the icing on the cake. The buns were fine and the lettuce crunchy but the patty, which is the deciding factor for a burger scores low. On a side note, some of my relatives belong to Bihar and the mutton cooked there is not deadly spicy. So improvement needed here.
Chicken Amritsari Burger: Now this is an Indianised burger. The juicy and tender chicken patty drenched in a thick tangy, hot and sweet gravy. Though slightly on the saltier side, but still recommended.
Mexican French fries: This perplexing new avatar of the usual French fries is slightly tangy and slightly spicy, but not a dish you would order for delivery because they tend to get soggy.