Relish the hiccup of nostalgia – Hitchki
‘Picture Abhi baaki hai mere dost’ is the famous Hindi dialogue for ‘Hey my friend, the story is not over yet!’
This famous Bollywood-themed restaurant, which is extremely popular in Mumbai, India, has caught the attention of Dubai residents. The recently refurbished Hitchki is rampaging the internet, making all the foodies out there drool over the exciting menu they offer.
Hitchki is known for three main things: food, music, and Bollywood. Its interiors induce a nostalgic feeling both for you and your plate! From the simple Bun Maska (bread with butter – known as ‘maska’ in Hindi) with ParleG (India’s most iconic biscuit) to the not-so-academic MBA (momos, bao, and all), Hitchki has all your cravings covered.
P.S. If I ever saw MBA on my plate, I would frantically agree with the quirky food names that Hitchki has come up with.
Hitchki succeeds in seamlessly blending old and modern Bollywood themes. When it comes to Indian food, there has never been a more spectacular mix of integrating phrases from Bollywood movies into edible arrangements.
They hold various events at their restaurants, such as the Bollywood night – where the crowd dance along to the rhythm of everyone’s favourite Bollywood songs pulsating through the space. You can’t help but say, ‘Let’s make some more noise!’
They offer complimentary beverages and crunchy crumbly sliders, which blend well with a fantastic night out with friends and family.
Here’s to a fun ladies night out with your squad, don’t forget to clink your glasses with cheers!
Where: Grand Millennium Hotel, Barsha Heights, Dubai
Best Dishes: Dabba chicken, butter chicken bao, crispy okra, tandoori masala, chocolate fondue, chocolate lava, Mr India.
Vishakha Wase Gadpayle
Simply amazing work
loved reading your review
A must try for sure, superb, thanks for suggesting.
Well done Vriddhi Dear,
Your review makes me want to visit this place.
Wonderful write-up !
Seems amazing place to try!!
Subhash Ramchandra Maharashtra
Lovely write up
Really tempting Vriddhi keep writing.
As always you have penned it down so well. God bless