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Fusion food

If your mom doesn’t let you gorge on pizza, crave no more. Kitchen Master Chef, Sector 22, brings forth the amalgamation of everyone’s favourite pizza and Punjabi paranthas — pakwans. Giving details about the new venture, AS Nagpal, owner of Kitchen Master Chef, says, “People have become very diet conscious of late.

chandigarh Updated: Nov 05, 2012 11:25 IST
Navleen Lakhi

If your mom doesn’t let you gorge on pizza, crave no more. Kitchen Master Chef, Sector 22, brings forth the amalgamation of everyone’s favourite pizza and Punjabi paranthas — pakwans.

Giving details about the new venture, AS Nagpal, owner of Kitchen Master Chef, says, “People have become very diet conscious of late.

So, to give them a relief from the high-on-calories paranthas and pizzas, we came up with pure vegetarian pakwans — all wheat, stuffed flat cakes, grilled with olive oil. At the restaurant we offer 30 different types of pakwans, which are served with two types of chutneys and pickles. The menu also has a wide variety of curds, curries beverages, mocktails, smoothies and desserts.”

A part of the food industry from the past 12 years, Nagpal, who is also the owner of The Party Club and Himachal’s Rani Haveli, the restaurateur has focused on youngsters’ pockets too.

“Kitchen Master Chef is very economical. Pakwans start at Rs 59 and go up to only Rs 89. A meal for one would cost somewhere between Rs 125 and Rs 150. We will also be providing home delivery services soon.”