I was there with my cousin a few days back, the outlet looked quite new, spacious and there were decent number of costumers there. Now the first confusion was with ordering, you pay Rs.55 for plate with either Chhole or Dal, you pay Rs.10 extra and you get both the things and if you pay Rs.85, you get a Thali, with Dal, Chhole, Shahi Paneer and Boondi raita.
Bypassing the confusion, we ordered two Thalis and waited patiently for our Naans, and when they arrived, was I disappointed. It seems either I have been spoiled by the Kashmiri Sweet shop for Chur Chur Naans, or the rest of the city just does not know how to make them. Weren’t the Naans that were so crispy and well cooked that they fell apart in your hands known as Chur Chur Naans ? or do I have wrong expectations ?
The ones we got Naans they were, but not Chur Chur. They looked like normal stuffed Naans, felt like regular Naans and tasted like regular Naans. And to add to that the Dal and Shahi Paneer served was plain ordinary, Cholle were a tad better, but there was so much that they could have saved. Disappointed with the Naans and still hungry, we decided to order Cholle Bhature and Cholle Chawal. Cholle Bhature were just decent, but again for Rs.35, you get better stuff at lot other places.
All in all, Param di Hatti is the place that I would avoid, unless my life depended on it. Yes, I would eat there if I was going to die from hunger, any circumstance less than that is not taking me back.
My rating – 2/5
Thinking again, lemme give 3/5 only to the Cholle Bhature, but again that is not worth an excursion to the joint.