Magic Hob

A post about this place from a foodie friend of mine left me thinking why not try this place? That too the burrito left me craving. Ordered a baked bean burrito and oriental burrito for dinner. Ordering through the website was smooth as butter. Food arrived on time piping hot. The packing was neat and no spillage. I was told that the pack was microwaveable. But there was no need for that. Hubby took the baked bean burrito and I had the oriental one. The burritos are cut into two pieces and came along with mayo (chilli mayo for oriental burrito), salsa and seasoning. The tacos was soft, thin and perfectly baked. The baked bean burrito filling was sumptuous. It had more rice and less beans. Taste was pretty good. The oriental burrito had schezwan flavoured rice and batter fried cauliflower florets. It was absolutely yumm. Rice flavoured perfectly and the crunchy cauliflower florets were delicious. The chilli mayo was the perfect accompaniment to the burrito.

Burritos were priced at 220 bucks. For the portion and quality I feel it was pretty good. I spoke to Shwetha, the brain behind magic hob and mentioned about the beans - rice ratio in the baked bean burrito. She said she'll look into that.

Recently, a week ago again ordered lunch from them. This time I wanted to try the Indian menu. I ordered pyaz ka kulcha and mirch kolhapuri. This time too the delivery was on time and the food was hot. It had 4 pieces of kulcha and generous portion of mirch kolhapuri. The kulcha was perfect, non-chewy and had mildly spiced onions in the stuffing. The subji was mind blowing. Rich spicy and a bit tangy gravy with mirchi stuffed with ground almond, cashews and paneer. Portions were huge for a normal eater. I felt stuffed till nose after having it. Priced at 190 bucks this one is absolute value for money.

Ordering, delivery and taste are excellent. A little bit of fine tuning is needed in the continental offerings. Still given the portion size and taste, I feel the money spent is worth.

They also have a concept of ready to cook meals. They provide all the ingredients and recipe needed and one can cook indian/continental/oriental cuisines. Got to try that out soon. The rotating menu can be viewed and ordered at MagicHob

Place           : Magic Hob
Location      : Online Caterers
Cuisine        : Continental, Oriental and Indian - Veg only
Cost            : A meal for two should cost 400 bucks approximately

P.S : The write up is based on personal (multiple) experiences only. Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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