Atlasware Luncheon Stainless Steel Tiffin Boxes, Water Bottles and more....! — Reviewed!

Atlasware needs no introduction; be it their sleek-designed, well insulated water bottles or unique featured stylish tiffin box to devour the homemade food hot and fresh! I would say they are the pioneer in the stainless steel appliances. The first thing that caught my eye was the "Made in India" initiative and eco-friendly step of the brand to use stainless steel to reduce the carbon footprints.

With the wide range of kitchen-ware including water bottles, flasks, tiffin box, coffee maker, oil-drizzler, cup and saucer, Atlasware is a trusted brand for all your needs.

I usually try to keep my lifestyle healthy by sipping warm water every couple of hours all through out the day and it is time consuming to hot the water every-time and drink. Hence, the handy atlasware insulated double walled stainless steel water bottle comes to the rescue. I just fill up the water in the morning and I'm good for next 5-6 hours. I am super happy with this product.

Same goes with the Mocha Coffeemaker. It is such a bliss in the hustle mornings. The strong, aromatic coffee is just ready in couple of minutes. Loved how easy it is to use and clean the coffee maker. You can easily carry it with to your office or during your travel. This portable coffee maker has my heart!

We all love to have hot and fresh homemade food in our offices. The normal steel tiffin box can make the food boring and cold the time you eat. I am so glad the newly introduced Atlasware Luncheon lunch boxes are tightly sealed with fail-proof locking system. It keeps stable because of the anti-skid base. The lunch-boxes are available in 3 sizes and amazing designs. It is suitable for both hot and cold food. Amazing right!

I am using 1000ml for some time now and apart from enjoying the fresh food, I came across some shortcomings of the lunch box. I would like to mention these are the areas of improvements, which was experienced by me. It is not necessary that you would also face the same. The suggestions are based on the sole basis of my experience.
1. The lunch-box handle is quite small.
2. It opens from bottom to top which makes me conscious everytime, I open it. Although, it is skid-free so no worries as in there. But mind plays!
3. The box should have some cutlery attachment or may be a bag to carry in it.

But that won't resist me to continue using my current favourite brand "Atlasware". Also, you can buy all the products from their website or from all the leading online portals.

O Bhaiya – The Chit Chaat! — Reviewed!

O Bhaiya – The title we mostly relate to the pani-puri guy! But here, O Bhaiya is a fantastic concept of serving authentic Delhi-styled chaats all at one place. There are two outlets – FC Road and Kothrud. We happened to visit the Kothrud one, which is located in the Karishma Chowk near Krustys. Parking is across the road. O Bhaiya has a decent seating capacity of 30-35 people. It is a self-service place. Staff is kind and proactive.

The vegetarian-only place serves some amazing cold chaats, hot chaats, paranthas, chillas, munchies and street style desserts. A couple of popular dishes are Raj Kachori, Dahi Bhalle, Pani Puri, Chole Bhature, and Gulabjamun.

We tried the following.....
  • Raj Kachori Chaat (4.5/5)
  • Karari Aloo Chaat (3.5/5)
  • Sev Puri (4.5/5)
  • Jodhpuri Pyaz Kachori (2.5/5)
  • Gini Chilla (4/5)
  • Bhaiyaji Special Parantha (4/5)
  • Jalebi (4/5)
  • Chikkoo Ice-cream (4/5)
  • Kesar Pista Ice-cream (3.5/5)

Started our lunch meal with the scrumptious and popular tangy, zingy Raj Kachori Chaat. Crispy hollow kachori is filled with luscious, tender Dahi bhalla, sprouts, chutney, potatoes, tomatoes, onions, and loaded with sev. Priced at Rs.100; this is worth trying. Everything was well balanced. Highly Recommended!

Next was the Bhaiya's Special Karari Aloo Chaat (Rs.110). The search for good karari Aloo Chaat continues. I wish the tikki was crispier, warm and had the "special" taste to it. The toppings, chutney, and sev were good though.

Was tempted to try the simple and delicious Mumbai street food – Sev Puri. Tiny flattened puris were generously topped with an assortment of chutneys, tomatoes, onions and sev. It is simply irresistible. I just loved it. Can be finished in one go! Must try!

I was too excited to see Jodhpuri Pyaz Kachori (Rs.70) on the menu. Visualizing it the way it is served in Jodhpur, was awaiting my serving. Got flabbergasted by the presentation as the kachori was in bits and pieces and was served the same way as other chaats i.e topped with onions, tomatoes and sev! Also, the kachori didn't have the taste of onion at all. Bit disappointed with the flavours.

Gini Chilla (Rs.160) in Pune was new to me. Healthy, delicious, cheesy chilla cooked in butter is filled with masala (onion and tomatoes in this case) and generously garnished with cheese. Loved the taste. Would have admired if the filling was experimented with. Overall, a treat!

From the food we also tried the Bhaiyaji's Special Parantha (Rs.150) which had a medley of paneer, aloo, gobhi, mutter and cheese. Served with curd and pickle, the portion is good enough for a person with medium appetite. Sad part, the one served to us had salt on the higher side but happens some times; no complaints. Loved it. Must try!

Ended on a sweet note with crispy, warm jalebis and Chikoo Kulfi. O Bhaiya serves some amazing range of kulfis priced at Rs.50. 

Overall, we had a really good experience. Wish to visit them soon.

O Bhaiya Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato