Street Food From Hungary, Here To Serve The Hungry – The Chimney Factory
July 3, 2018
Shruti Anand (1482 articles)
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Street Food From Hungary, Here To Serve The Hungry – The Chimney Factory

Mumbai: What if we told you an edible glow in the dark cone exists? Not only smoothies, but the ever so healthy yuzu when combined with passion fruit also makes a delicious cooler! And lastly Charcoal Milkshake is an actual thing! Stirring up the food scene with all these innovations, The Chimney Factory is the latest addition in the busy streets of Bandra.

Packing flavours from across the world, the TCF menu presents a range of sweet & savoury cones. From Tasmanian devil to Vietnamese coffee to Nostalgia cone filled with vanilla soft serve & candy floss to red velvet, cheesecake to Garfield filled with a chocolate soft serve and topped with an orange praline sauce, caramalised orange & chocolate sprinkles, you have a variety of 22 different flavours to choose from. Savoury cones like paneer bhurji, chole masala, Italian mama rosso, Mexican cone and even a Jain offering with spinach & corn.

Select different types of cones like pizza mix (with or without cheese) to plain ones to our specially curated glow-in-the-dark cones! To shake things up a little, the menu also offers a range of some classic milkshakes like oreo, banana & peanut butter, tiramisu cheesecake and kulfi elaichi. Sip on unique coolers with flavours of elderflower, popcorn & red berries.

The Chimney Factory opens doors this Friday.

Address: Shop No. 5, Shakti Raj CHSL, Opp. Two Roses Building, Near Gold’s Gym, Pali Hill, Bandra (West), Mumbai-400050.

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