Indian Food Being Served At A Gas Station Is Being Considered As One Of The Best In Los Angeles
The popularity of Indian food in other countries is amazing to see especially when they are the dishes we’ve grown up on. The Bombay Frankie is run by the brother-sister duo in a gas station and the publications Red and Black and laist.com has found it to be one of the best Indian food joints in Los Angeles.
The Bombay Frankie
Serving up a quintessential Mumbai dish, the ubiquitous frankie at the storefront of a Chevron gas station in Los Angeles, Hiram and Priyanka’s initiative is quite popular. Frankie is nothing but a roll which is a popular street food in Mumbai invented by the brand Tibbs. The frankies at The Bombay Frankie comes with three fillings: Chicken Tikka, Tandoori Paneer and Aloo Gobhi. The wrap is a choice between roti and two types of naan which can be a plain or made with garlic.
The frankie after you’ve chosen your filling, comes with a chickpea spread, jeera potatoes, crisp cucumbers, tomato, red onion, cilantro, mint chutney and ultimately topped with a tamarind drizzle. The frankie is served with a raita too. Plus, they offer frankie bowls and an a la carte menu to those who like a proper Indian meal. The Bombay Frankie even caters to those who can only consume gluten free or vegan food.
Image Source: The Bombay Frankie