Are you tired of eating daal makhani and paneer and are looking for other vegetarian delicious options, then soya chaap is your answer.
Soya chaap is to vegetarians what delicious juicy chicken tikka is to everyone else! And for all you Noida residents out there, we've happily curated a list of the best local restaurants serving succulent and flavorful platefuls of this delicious vegetarian delight, so take a look.
Kapoor's Balle Balle
Bharamputra Market has the most satisfactory street food options in Noida. If you adore malai chaap, this store can make you go "balle balle" with a variety of options for you.
Where: Shop No. K2, Bharamputra market, Sector 29, Noida
WakhraSwaad, located on the ground floor of Jaipuria Plaza, boasts serving some of the best tandoori snacks, with their Soya Malai Chaap being a popular choice. When you take a big bite out of this chaap, you'll notice moist and pulpy soya infused with zesty spices! The dish is wholesome and delicious for those after-work munchies, served with mayo and other delectable dips!
Where : Shop 129, Jaipuria Plaza, Sector 26
Made In Punjab
Made in Punjab, located in Noida, serves quality North Indian cuisine that is authentic and traditional to the core. The interiors are beautifully done, with pretty lights and mirrors adding to the place's grandeur. Made In Punjab makes a mean Soya Malai Chaap that is everything desi and delicious and deserves to be tried!
Where : DLF Mall Of India, Sector 18
Soya king is undoubtedly the king of soya chaaps in Noida. Try their irresistible malai chaap, which genuinely melts in your mouth as soon biting it. Pair it up with some soft Roomali rotis and on the side, get some onions and extra spicy mint chutney at Soya King and you are sorted
Where: Amarpali Silicon City, Sector 76, Noida
Desi Vibes has already created a buzz for its village-themed ambience and greeting guests in earthen kulchas with Jaljeera or Shikanji. The restaurant has heavy antique chairs made of beaten wood and pebble flooring and a special Soya Chaap prepared by marinating the chaaps in cloves, basil, and yoghurt before being smoked and grilled tandoor. Sounds delectable.
Where : G-50, Sector 18