On a Friday evening, Ben brought me to Apna Chaat House for dinner.
Apna Chaat House serves Indian Street Food in a restaurant setting.
One of the wall serves as a huge menu.
Another wall is decorated with a huge mural about Indian street food.
There are also Indian style Chinese food.
Ben ordered the Pav Bhaji; it’s a thick vegetable curry served with two soft bread rolls. There were a lot of onions in the sauce.
The bread rolls were sliced half, buttered and grilled.
Ben also ordered a Punjabi Mix Chaat. Chaat is typically served as a snack food at roadside from food carts. The fried dough gives crispiness to it. There are potatoes, chickpeas, tomatoes, cilantro and yogurt in the mash. The yogurt cools down the spiciness of the dish.
I ordered a Fish Pakora for the protein.
The fish pakora came with a thousand island dressing on the side but we preferred to dip it into the vegetable curry from the Pav Bhaji.
Adjacent to the Apna Chaat House is the Apna Canteen. You can order puri by the piece and eat at the counter.
Apna Chaat House accepts credit card. We enjoyed the experience of trying Indian snack food right here in Metro Vancouver.
You can click on the menu to have a larger view.