Rule The Rolls

THE REBIRTH OF KHAN CHACHA

New Delhi: Khan Chacha, the well known eatery and legacy in Khan Market, Delhi, known for its kebabs has opened a new restaurant by the name of “Rule The Rolls” in Gurgaon. Khan Chacha has been in the business of preparing and selling kebabs, tikkas, rolls, etc. since 1972 in Khan Market. Khan Chacha sons, Salim and Javed Hasan continued the legacy under the guidance of the maestro himself. With the inherited style of cooking and serving food to customers as treating god, his sons have taken Khan Chacha to the position where it needs no introduction.Mutton Kebab Roll

Khan Chacha kebabs became famous all over the country and even abroad, that a lot of magazines and newspapers wrote about them. Khan Chacha was also featured in Legendary Restaurants of Delhi. Many bollywood celebs and cricketers have visited this place for its amazing food. Khan Chacha has received many awards for its legendary kebabs and rolls.  The awards from the majority of foodie world had given a high rating to Khan Chacha. The popular ones are Chicken Tikka Roll, Kakori Kebab and Mutton Seekh Roll with plenty of onion rings and delicious chutneys on the side. Khan Chacha dedication helped them in developing their potential to the excellence.

“We are happy to announce that Khan Chacha has come up with the new brand name- Rule The Rolls in Gurgaon, which has got no

Mutton Tikkaassociation with the Khan Chacha outlets and we do not supply our spices to them. Our kebabs are made by a unique recipe formulated by my father, Khan Chacha. For our fans, we have come up again utilizing the same recipe.” said Javed Hasan, one of the two sons of Khan Chacha.


Rule the Rolls - an initiative of the original Khan Chacha, a journey that started from Saharanpur to Jama Masjid (Delhi) to Khan Market, located in the posh Galleria Market of Gurgaon, serves an array of delicately prepared kebabs, tikkas and rolls. So, head over to this latest opening for mouth-watering kebabs.

 
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