The Poori was so crisp that the moment you try to pierce the puff with your finger, the crust would crumble into flakes. The Chhole were spicy and the watery gravy complimented the morsels of Poori, perfectly. The edges of the Malpua were crisp. The taste had a hint of cardamom and was not high on sugar.
A leaf plate (pattal) was placed before us and was soon populated. A plateful had 5 Crisp Poories, a bowl of Aloo Subzi, a mound of Kaddu (petha) Subzi, a small glass of Boondi Raita and a bowl full of watery Green Chutney with Green Chillies. Do you need anything else ?
A Fusion Restaurant, Small Fried Fish, Interesting Condiments and Local Delights in a Five Star highlighted my visit to Guwahati after an year. Once again, the fusion of a Five Star breakfast with rustic flavours of countryside made my day. Now that’s a real fusion.