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What’s the best dish?

We checked for one food item each in the canteens of 10 Delhi University colleges that students just can’t resist. Here’re the findings...

india Updated: May 21, 2010 01:24 IST
Aakriti Sawhney

We checked for one food item each in the canteens of 10 Delhi University colleges that students just can’t resist. Here’re the findings.



Lady Shri Ram College


Seekh Kabab Rumali

is the hot favourite here. Prepared with an

atta roti

, four big mutton pieces and lots of mint chutney, — girls cannot resist this particular dish in their college café.



Gargi College


It is the rich chocolate shake that the students at Gargi College prefer the most. Made with milk, chocolate powder and lots of ice cubes it remains a hit throughout the year.



Sri Venkateswara


As its South Indian origin suggests,

masala dosa

at Rs 15 is the best deal in the Venky canteen. You can even have a refill for your

sambhar

.



St Stephen’s College


Egg preparations are a hit here and cheese omelette tops the list. It is served with two bread pieces and never ever is there a compromise on the amount of cheese.



Hindu College


Shahi paneer

is the favourite. Served with butter

naan

, salad and pickle, it is priced at Rs 30.



Daulat Ram College


Vegetable chowmien tops the chart. Even though the canteen doesn’t have a non-veg. option, it remains a hot favourite.



Hans Raj College


Chocolate frappe with grilled sandwich is a hot favourite among students, especially during summers.



IP College


The

samosas

at Rs 2, served with sweet chutney, and the

masala

Maggi at Rs 15, can’t beat any other meal in the canteen.



Ramjas College


Rajma chawal

remains the simplest and the best dish served. It is high on both quality and quantity.



Kirori Mal College


Kathi

rolls served with

paneer

filings is the all time favourite snack. There are even

kathi

rolls served with noodle filings.