New on the takeaway scene: Indian burger, pizza, and naan rolls

by Nathalia Hentze Nielsen

Aalborg is a foodie city with a capital “F.”

Here, you can get everything your heart desires, whether it’s café food, gastronomic delights from restaurants, or takeaway.

We personally love takeaway—especially for lunch—so the excitement is real when there’s something new on the takeaway horizon.

The latest news comes from ChaaCha, who has launched their own takeaway section called Dada D.

Here, you can order a variety of Indian dishes; for example, classics like Butter Chicken and Chicken Tikka Masala.

But! They also have some exciting new additions that you won’t find anywhere else in town. Namely, Indian burgers, masala-spiced fries, Punjabi pizza, and naan rolls.

Divine dough

We ordered the Spicy Indian Lamb & Beef Burger, which is a spicy Indian lamb and beef burger made with freshly minced lamb and beef, seasoned with homemade spices, and served on toasted brioche buns.

The burger has a distinct lamb flavor, and it’s in a really good way.

The office’s lamb enthusiasts were very pleased with what is probably Aalborg’s only lamb burger, while those who usually steer clear of the “baa” animal kindly set their utensils aside.

What can we say – it’s a taste that divides opinions!

With the burger, we got Masala Fries with curry leaf mayo, described as a “fusion of Indian spices and creamy mayo that elevates your fries to a whole new level.”

We can vouch for that. The fries disappeared in no time, and everyone agreed that they were both well-seasoned and crispy.

The pizza, called Stuffed Punjabi Pizza, is certainly not your typical pizza.

The filling is sandwiched between two layers of dough, and you might think there’s too much dough – but no. The dough is soft and delicious, and combined with the melted cheese, it’s a hit.

It was definitely the favorite among the editorial team.

Last but not least, we also tried naan rolls filled with chicken, salad, and sauces.

ChaaCha probably has the city’s best naan bread, and here you get a lot of it at once. It’s easy to eat and hits all the right notes of flavor.

Rarely have we been so full after lunch, but we also devoured a lot of heavenly dough (and regret nothing).

If you’d like to try Dada D’s dishes, you’ll need to order through Wolt.

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