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Kulcha’d Kulcha’d Kulcha’d

Kulcha’d


Location & Contact

120 Boundary Street, West End
kulchad.com
Tel. 07 3255 3822

Directions
Hours

Today : 7:00 am to 3:00 pm, 5:00–10:00 pm

Monday : CLOSED

Tuesday : CLOSED

Wednesday : 7:00 am to 3:00 pm, 5:00–10:00 pm

Today : 7:00 am to 3:00 pm, 5:00–10:00 pm

Friday : 7:00 am to 3:00 pm, 5:00–10:00 pm

WEEKENDS : 7:00 am to 3:00 pm, 5:00–10:00 pm

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Style

indian , Vegan Friendly

Price

$$$

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In May 2020, West End became the recipient of new Indian restaurant Kulcha’d – a concept that draws inspiration from the street-food staple kulcha, a form of leavened and tandoor-baked flatbread popular in northern India. Kulcha’s co-owner Zach Dexter fell in love with the dish while travelling through Mohali in 2019, seeking it out whenever the opportunity presented itself. So strong was Zach’s affinity for kulcha that he initially began toying around with the idea of bringing Amritsari-style fare to Brisbane. After taking the idea to his family, Zach and his brother Calvin (a qualified chef) returned to India in September 2019 to source recipes and perfect techniques for a pop-up stall at the most-recent Woodford Folk Festival. So positive was the response that soon the Dexter family was searching for a bricks-and-mortar location to set up a permanent site, eventually coming across the ideal spot on Boundary Street in West End (the former home of The French Bistrot). After a few months of quarantined renovations, the restaurant softly opened for takeaway, delivery and a small dine-in service. The debut menu includes a traditional aloo gobi variety (flatbread stuffed with tandoor-baked potato, onion and spices), another boasting a 50/50 mix of cauliflower and potato, and a cheesy mushroom-and-paneer kulcha. Each flatbread can be ordered with a side of rich chickpea curry and some tangy onion, mango and chilli dipping sauce. As for the snacks, Kulcha’d serves kathi roll – a house-made wrap stuffed with spices, Szechuan mayo, vegetables and your choice of filling (vegan protein, egg, paneer and chicken) – masala fries, curry fries and Indian desserts including jalebi and kulfi. A liquor licence application has been lodged, but until it is approved then Kulcha’d is serving cold homemade chai, mango lassi, Somersault Soda, cold-pressed juices from HRVST ST, kombucha from The Probiotic Kitchen, alcoholic G&T from Monday Distillery and coffee from Bellissimo. Keep your eyes peeled for fit-out and menu expansions as the COVID-19 dining restrictions ease!




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