Ordering home-style food made simple with Biteclub.in

What do you do, when you wanna have home style food, but not wanna cook either, or when you crave for some simple regional food, but don’t want to visit that fancy restaurant, or when you want to eat home style food while in office and you didn’t get your tiffin..or worse still, when your maid doesn’t show up and you don’t know how to cook..
You crib..crib and crib more..
But ta daa.. you no longer need to crib.. www.biteclub.in has made it really simple and convenient for us.



Biteclub is a Gurgaon based marketplace for chef prepared meals, which has daily menu options of different meals to choose from. The menu options are plenty and range from India food to Oriental and Italian etc. and also the food is quite reasonable making it very pocket friendly.
They recently launched a campaign called Musafir Hoon Yaaron.. an innovative food tour that will offer a chance to Delhi NCR residents to sample scrumptious, home style regional cuisines.
I ordered on a day when Punjabi Cuisine was the highlight. I must admit that when I was looking through the menu of the day, the options were many, and all of them looked very tempting and inviting. After a lot of head spinning, I opted for Mutton Gushtaba and Ghee Rice by Chef Gautam Jana, and Veg & Paneer Jalfarazi, Dal Makhani, Jeera Rice & Methi Parantha Combo by Chef Shivani Sahni for the mains and Gajar Ka Halwa and Death by Chocolate Cake for dessert.
Before time delivery of the order was the first thing that I loved about ordering from Biteclub. The hygienic and neat packaging of food spoke volumes about the quality assured by the brand.


The food was exactly the way I expected it to be, nothing out of the world and fancy about it, but simple and home style tasty.
The mutton gushtaba was good to taste, but had a little too runny gravy, I personally feel that it could have been a little thicker, but nevertheless, with ghee rice, it tasted just right.
The paneer jalfarazi and dal makhani were just the way we cook at home, and the methi paranthas were great too.
The gajar ka halwa too had this home made feeling to it, and was nothing like those over dose of mawa halwas that we get in markets, sweet shops and restaurants. It was simply awesome, but the show stealer of the day was the death by chocolate cake. It was a real mouth melting experience. I just could not get over it for a long time and wanted more of it.









I am definitely ordering from Biteclub again, to explore new menus, other chefs and the death by chocolate cake and will also recommend to all my friends and colleagues.
Do give it a try..!!

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