-By Rashmi Uday Singh
Here's a great story of two foodies following their passion - they've set up Poncho, a Mexican eatery in a quick-serve format at the Bandra-Kurla Complex. IIT graduate Anshul Gupta and investment banker Amit Raj missed the Chipotle joint they frequented during their visits to the US, so they decided to open up something similar here. When asked about how they felt about the drastic switch in working environment, the response was, "We love it; it's hands-on and so much more real." Poncho offers Mexican food in an open kitchen (same as Subway). All ingredients, including the four different special chillies used here, are sourced locally from various parts of India and are displayed. Burritos and tacos are made on the spot to the customers' preferences. Recently they've added pasta to the menu too. Located within a sprawling complex, this air-conditioned value-for-money joint accepts cash only (or Sodexho meal vouchers) and plans to expand to two very soon.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Interestingly, the ingredients of the dishes served at the Poncho are specially sourced from various different parts of the country and also they are displayed for the diners to see. Pasta is the latest entry in the menu and its not the best to good enough.
Taco and Burritos are prepared just the way the diner orders and that is what inspires me to visit Poncho over and over again.
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