Foodtrucking with Le Chaat Factory

The foodtruck parking at Sector 29 comes to life with the hustle of the food trucks, kids going manic after the camel and horse carts and foodies hopping from one shiny truck to the other. This however, was all quiet when we visited the space on a Tuesday. But good thing we did and unearthed this unique foodtruck – Le Chaat Factory. Armed with desi Delhi street food with a twist, a watch black cat to protect you from harm’s way and a cute little balcony.

Desi golgappas, chaat papdi and tikki is one of the most loved food on the street and the most you can find on the go. Their menu comprises of careful twists to the favorites with beautiful plating (considering it was at a foodtruck) and everything under 100bucks!

Starting with their sooji gol gappe – the tray was so charming that I couldn’t help but shriek in excitement – a fine tray with sooji ki golgappe, mint and tamarind chutney and masala and three types of water served in olive oil recycled bottles. The ensemble was nothing short of fascinating and palatable.


Red thai curry pav bhaji Рbhaji infused with lemongrass flavors served with buttered pav Рthe bhaji was a little on the sour side because of the  intermingling lemon grass and lemon flavors but kudos to the different take.


Baked potato tikki chaat – a crispy baked tikki topped with cool curd, mint and tamarind chutneys and crunchies.


So, next time you are looking to hit a foodtruck, do give Le Chaat factory a try for their fusions and don’t miss out on the golgappas. Did I mention they are all but for 45bucks? All the more reason to hurry.