‘It’s the 21st century. It’s healthier for us, better for the environment and certainly kinder to be a vegetarian.’ So said Ingrid Newkirk, the president of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). And rightly so. Being a vegetarian myself, I can give you umpteen reasons why it’s much better to be a vegetarian than one who eats meat.
One, you’ll have glowing skin. It’s no myth that diets rich in plant foods are a rich source of anti-oxidants and vitamins, which are essential for healthy skin. Two, lower blood pressure, as vegetarian diets are naturally low in fat and sodium. Three, your weight would be under control if you’re on a vegetarian diet.
And last but not the least, you’ll live longer. Need proof? Residents of Okinawa in Japan have the longest life expectancy of anyone in the world, according to a 30 year study; a low-calorie diet of fibre-rich fruits and vegetables has come out to be the key to their longevity.
What’s more, in today’s world, there is no dearth of pure vegetarian eateries, be it any city. For instance, take Vegetarian Restaurants in Bangalore . You’ll be surprised to know that there are almost a hundred pure vegetarian restaurants in Bangalore which have the option of ordering food online and getting it home delivered. Moreover, these places are very well-frequented by Bangaloreans too, bearing testimony to the fact that vegetarian restaurants have an immense popularity of their own to speak of. And why shouldn’t they be? After all, their menu has an immense variety to choose from.
Mast Kalandar is one of the very well-known pure vegetarian restaurants in the city. The speciality of this place is the authentic North Indian food combos that it serves. Famously known as ‘Halka-Phulkas’, these combos come in a variety of sizes, from which you can make your choice based on how hungry you are. The smallest one contains dal, a vegetable, phulkas, rice, salad and raita – a complete meal in itself! And quite economical at that, priced at less than a hundred bucks.
Ever heard of vegetarian kebabs? Well, Mast Kalandar boasts of several special vegetarian kebab platters on its menu – Jumbo Kebab Platter (with three different varieties of kebabs), Mini Kebab Platter, Hot and Spicy Tikki Platter to name a few. What’s more, there are several paratha, rice and curry combos as well from which you can take your pick, in addition to the extremely popular dahi puri and tikki chhole chaat (yes, Mast Kalandar has these items as well!). And the best part is that you can Order Food Online from Mast Kalandar and enjoy it in the comfort of your homes.
Life is too short to say no to dessert.
Of course. Mast Kalandar does not disappoint you even here, with delectable Indian desserts like gajar ka halwa and gulab jamun on its menu. The best way to end a perfectly wholesome and delicious meal!
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