Sunday, January 24, 2016

Knock Knockk - Burger Bistro

During a regular conversation with Varshitha about our love for food, Knock Knockk - Burger Bistro was recommended as a great place for some good burgers. I was amazed at the story of sheer hardwork and determination put in by the founder-owner to take the place from a mere night home delivery corner into Knock Knockk - Burger Bistro.

The place has an old-school charm with brick walls, wooden tables and paining of rock musicians hanging on the walls. Knock Knockk - Burger Bistro has a rustic vibe to it with dimly lit interiors, lanterns on the walls and rock music playing. The place is small and does not serve booze. But the smoothies definitely seem a great choice when you hang out with friends or catch up for a chit-chat over the weekend.

The food menu is great, serving a great variety of snacks. The plethora of burgers they serve and the lamb, meat and turkey variants intrigue you to try them all. Also in the drinks section, the oreo shake and snickers shake seems great.

We ordered a platter of sliders. Three succulent burgers were served within a few minutes of our wait. We had the Chicken and Lamb burger. Juicy fillets in between soft buns with plenty of cheese, lettuce and veggies were served. Next on the list was Lamb Burrito. This was kinda disappointing. It tasted like an Indian variant of the Mexican item. The tortilla wasn’t properly done but the lamb filling was good.

The snickers shake was the cherry on the cake. It was moderately sweet and had chunks of snickers. Just what a chocolate lover would want it. Yayyyyh! Definitely worth going back for. To add to it we had an amazing cheesecake at the end. My mouth is salivating as I recall the cheesecake melting in my mouth. It had a crispy crust with a delicately soft cheesy pie and tasted heavenly. Something I’d definitely go back for!

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