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Chutney By Noodal Town - Rajouri Garden, Delhi

Ordered from this place for dinner. Earlier, I was planning to visit this place which is in the main Rajouri Market. It is a new eatery but already creating lot of interest for residents and market shoppers.

But last minute program change resulted in a delivery order. The mood of the day was Chinese, so we ordered some Chowmein, Manchurian gravy, and Spring Rolls. The food was quite good but delivery took some time so my advice would be to order well in time. The packaging is quite good, the food was hot and simmering when it came home. 

Chutney by Noodal Town has a diverse menu offering a good variety of quick munchies and fast food. They have the traditional fast food menu with South Indian, Italian and Chinese dishes. In Chowmein they have two varieties, Chilli Garlic and the plain regular CHowmein. I personally liked the routine variety. Spring Rolls, were quite good, not at all oily, fried perfectly and crisp and tasty to eat. Manchurians were flavorful and little spicy.

The best thing I liked about Chutney by Noodal Town was the generous portions and reasonable price. Sharing pics, look for yourself. 
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