Best soya chaap and lassi in Bengaluru at Patiala Lassi Sheshadripuram

Your search for the most authentic and delicious fare of vegetarian-only punjabi kababs and lassi in Bengaluru ENDS HERE.

Best soya chaap in Bengaluru at Patiala Lassi Sheshadripuram
Best soya chaap in Bengaluru!!

Located in Kumara park west, Sheshadripuram, Patiala Lassi is an easy-to-miss restaurant with its deceiving looks as a regular “milk-and-curd shop” (they do sell them :D) offering lip-smacking punjabi BBQ starters across paneer, mushroom, broccoli, soya chaap, pineapple, snacks like aloo tikki, chole kulcha and different types of lassis – regular, dry fruit-based and fruit-based lassi.

Choose the veggie and the seasoning for the BBQ amongst: Achari (most spicy), Hariyali (medium-spicy) and Malai (cream-based, least spicy).

Aloo tikki at Patiala Lassi Sheshadripuram Bengaluru
Aloo tikki chaat

Must eat:

  • Soya chaap : The best soya chaap in Bengaluru and rest of south India. Tastes so good, it’s even better than some of its counterparts up north and in Delhi [Dont miss – achari soya chaap and malai soya chaap]
  • Achari paneer tikka: soft, melt-in-the-mouth fresh paneer, marinated in achari-masala and BBQ’d on charcoal – beats all the paneer starters in Bengaluru
  • Aloo tikki: the perfect fusion of fried aloo tikki, curd and mix-mash of achari, imli, chaat masala – this one is for the curd-lover!!
  • Lassi: hands-down the most rich, delicious lassi in Bengaluru. While they offer close to 7-10 varieties of lassi, my personal favourites are khova lassi, dry-fruit lassi, sweet lassi
  • Malai mushroom tikka: mushroom and cream-based seasoning is a match made in heaven – absolute deliciousness!!
Achari paneer tikka at Patiala Lassi Sheshadripuram Bengaluru
Most delicious achari paneer tikka in Bengaluru!!
Kesar badam lassi at Patiala Lassi Sheshadripuram Bengaluru
Kesar badam lassi

Useful Information:

  • Patiala Lassi has 2 outlets in Bengaluru – Sheshadripuram and Sanjaynagar
  • Offers dine-in (no seating, only standing) and delivery (via popular food delivery partners)
  • Avoid standing β€œvery-close” to the BBQ grill, since the ash from the charcoal tend to fly and settle on the food
  • They sell paneer, khova, curd etc by weight (highly recommend to buy the paneer, it’s super fresh, but slightly expensive than branded ones)
  • Chole Kulcha: I didn’t like the taste, while the Kulcha was soft and good, the chole lacked flavour 😦
  • Pineapple BBQ: while this is not available on the menu and on a regular basis – they will prepare this upon prior order (via phone) and based on availability
  • Ambiance: basic, non-AC restaurant
  • Wheelchair Access: No
  • Toilets: No restrooms for men and women
  • Parking for cars and motorcycles: no dedicated or valet parking space for both. Being a busy road, finding car parking is challenging
  • Mode of payment: cash and UPI
  • Timings: 10am to 10pm (open all days of the week)
  • Location: Patiala Lassi, Kumarapark West, Sheshadripuram, Bengaluru [Google maps link]

Go with a massively hungry I bet you would eat 2-3 times your normal capacity.

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