Hamilton has a new Indian street food restaurant

Hamilton has a new Indian street food restaurant

By Amy Kouniakis

Printed March 29, 2022 at 2:39 pm

Pictured over is a featured item from the Chaat Place menu: Gravy Bowl with Tandoori Paneer protein smothered in Inexperienced Goddess Spinach Masala. (Image courtesy Chaat Location Fb)

‘Less communicate extra chaat’ is the motto at this new Hamilton cafe and judging from the menu, we couldn’t agree additional.

A new eatery specializing in Indian road meals opened its doors in Stoney Creek recently and it is speedily earning a status as a have to-attempt spot for foodies.

Chaat Place celebrated its grand opening at its storefront on South Support Road at the Winona Crossing Plaza last thirty day period and the menu is chock-complete of thrilling chaats, or street treats, from the Indian subcontinent.

Merchandise like the Stacked Samosa Chaat, Creamy Pakora Dippers and Smashed Masala Tiki give some familiar flavours to supporters of Indian cuisine but kick it up a notch by combining other textures and preferences for a truly special new culinary featuring in the town.

The menu also capabilities wraps, named Frankie Rolls, and industry-design and style bowls that are manufactured to buy with clean components that will cater to most dietary necessities, which includes Halal, vegan and Jain (no garlic or onions), and other folks.

For these with a sweet tooth, Chaat Place also serves up a variety of desserts and modest-batch beverages like chai and lassi.

Chaat Place is open up daily from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. and is located at 1356 S Services Highway in reduced Stoney Creek.

For much more info on the cafe and to examine out its mouthwatering menu, stop by Chaat Spot’s site or give them a observe on social media.

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