A fellow blogger invited me to a tasting this week at Wrapchic.
We arrived at this casual fast food stall at the Burjuman food court for lunch.
With a passion for Mexican and Indian cuisine, Mahesh Raikar founded Wrapchich in July 2012 in Birmingham.
The concept is simple. You pick your filling and get it in the wrap of your choice. What I liked about the eatery is the fact that nothing is fried, making it a healthier fast food choice.
We started out with the Wraposa, a cross between a samosa and a sandwich. The well-seasoned potato filling in the toasted bread tasted great and felt lighter than a fried samosa. We also tried the Wraposa with Nutella filling. This simple sandwich is an ideal on-the-go snack for children, even grownups, in a mall.
Before going to Wrapchich, I had a glance at their menu. I had thought of trying the coconut lassi as that is a flavour I had not yet discovered in a lassi. Luckily, we got to taste the coconut and mango flavours. The taste of coconut was not overpowering, which I preferred, more than the mango flavour.
The Wrapchos were a different spin on the Nachos. Served with chole masala, sour cream and Jalapenos they will make you come back for more.
My favourite was the Quesadilla, the buttery cheese and the slightly spicy mutton Madrasi filling complemented each other perfectly. With this unique combination, your taste buds are sure to go “loco.”
We had the Burrito and a Wrap which were flour tortillas that we had with the chicken Mughlai and chicken tikka fillings. I don’t enjoy spicy food at all, and the best thing was that everything we tried was pretty mild.
To end our flavoursome journey we had the Mexican drinks called Jarrito. We got to try the cola and Mandarin flavours. I have heard Lime flavour is their best selling so far.
So next time you are in Burjuman and craving for some good Indian food, then do drop by at Wrapchic. This diner will surely take you on a gastronomical adventure, from India right to Mexico.