RK House of Rolls has a experience of 15 years in the feild of Industrial Canteen & Hotel Industry. They provide variety of rolls with an interesting mix of sauces and freshly – cooked masala.
If you are crossing the busy chinchwad Road, there is no way you can miss the bright green signboard displaying: RK – House of Rolls. It’s not just the vibrant colour of the building that catches your eye, but the appetizing aroma of rolls that makes you step in for a bite.
Shankar Chakraborty, who co-owns the place along with Dattatraya Anand More, says, “My idea of green theme is our USP. I used to work for more sir but I wanted to do something on my own. So we decided to start RK because I realized that there aren’t too many roll joints in the city. Also, I am a Bengali and we have a close connection with rolls as a community.”
RK was launched in 2010 with only 10 Types of rolls but over the years Chakraborty added more varieties. Now, the joint lists About 125-150 varieties of rolls on its menu, all of them so delicious that it gets complicated to decide what you want. When you feel that an onion roll is what your taste buds are craving for, you think that Aloo Roll might be more tempting. Then there’s Green Peas, Aloo Gobi, Veg Chatpata, Veg Kolhapuri, Veg Paneer Cheese, Paneer Egg, Chicken Egg, Chicken Chatpata, Chicken Chilli, Chicken Chilli Cheese, Chicken Egg Paneer, Chicken 65 Cheese, Chicken Manchurian Egg Roll and the list just goes on.
A popular joint for college students and office goers, RK also serves Biryani, Chinese and Indian Cuisines to cater to the demand of customers.
Talking abount how he likes to experiment, Chakraborty says, “When we make something new, we give it for sampling to our friends and regular customers. We always take their feedback. If they like it, we introduce the dish on our menu.”
The masala for the Stuffing is cooked by Chakraborty every day and he makes sure that the dough for the paratha is made fresh twice a day – Morning and Evening.
“We make everything fresh. We also experiment with sauces. We use a mix of a dozen different types of sauces and customize the roll according to the requirement of our patrons. Over the years, customers have been asking for wheat paratha over its maida counterpart. But I explain to them that the taste will not be the same if they order wheat rolls,” he says, the rolls range between Rs 25 and Rs 225.