Al Bake’s shawarmas are extremely popular all over Delhi and even outside. In this episode of Served, we go behind the scenes of this famous restaurant to find out what makes these soft, juicy minced meat rolls so popular!

EatTreat Rating: 3.5 stars (out of 5 stars)

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More about Al Bake & its iconic shawarmas:
Al-Bake needs no introduction. First introduced in India back in 1996, their original outlet is in NFC market, though now several branches have opened up across Delhi. They were the first ones to bring the concept of shawarmas from Saudi Arabia to India, but Indianized them a bit to cater to the taste buds of Delhiites. Their shawarma rolls are soft, juicy and stuffed with minced meat. They are served with delicious mayo and mint chutney. They are easy on the pockets and quite filling which makes shawarmas one of the ultimate street food in Delhi!
Besides their shawarmas, they are also known for their other Mughlai items like Chicken Korma, Chicken Changezi, Paneer Tikka, Chicken Tikka etc. This street food is Delhi’s go-to comfort food!

Price for 2 – Rs.600

So, when are you heading to Al Bake to satisfy all your shawarma and street food cravings?

Address: 21-23, Community Centre, New Friends Colony, New Delhi – 110025

More about Served:
EatTreat brings to you an exclusive series – Served, where we serve expert food reviews and iconic dishes & restaurants to you guys! Whether it is a legendary restaurant, or a famous street food outlet, or a hidden gem, we’ll travel across the city to bring to you the best of Indian street food, local restaurants and much more. This is an opinionated series around the local history and the amazing backgrounds of Indian dishes, restaurants and people.

Presenter: Shashank Angiras, our happy-go-lucky food guru who is driven by a burning curiosity for facts & history and is on a mission to bring you the best of all things food in your city!

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