All our dishes are famous with people in all age groups. We never compromise on quality and health, and use home made spices, fresh meat and chicken. We follow the traditional way of cooking using charcoal. We use wheat based roomali to make our rolls healthy and light. We don’t use oil or ghee.
Haji Banda Hasan was born in Saharanpur (Uttar Pradesh) in 1948. His journey was full of struggle and challenges. He faced unenviable circumstances in Saharanpur. His inspiring journey started when he left Saharanpur in 1960.
In 1960, Banda Hasan moved to Delhi. He came to Jama Masjid in his teenage years where he met Haji Mohammad Yusuf. Haji Banda Hasan learned to make kebabs, tikkas and Mughlai dishes from his Ustad Haji Mohammad Yusuf.
In 1972, Haji Banda Hasan put a stall in a fair at Pragati Maidan. There he met Mr. Khanna who owned Alfina restaurant. Mr. Khanna loved his food and offered him to put a stall in Khan Market. He took a leap of faith and set up a small stall selling mutton seekh kebab and chicken tikka.
A new roll outlet in the dlf galleria market by 2 sons of Khan Chacha - Javed and Saleem who were seen earlier at Khan Chacha outlet in Khan market now opened their own outlet "Rule the Rolls"
I ordered for mutton tikka roll which was really good in taste was served with onion & mint sauce. Also ordered haleem dry which was again nice in taste, as flavours were just perfect. Must visit for the amazing non-veg. experience.
Well coming from the house of khan chacha, and literally so..they know there food a bit too well. The rolls are the forte and we reallly liked it. Even so much so that the haryali veg roll is also a favourite of mine along side mutton kakori.
Surely a place to kill your hunger pangs for the rolls and kebabs...
Truly succulent and juicy kebabs. Totally worth visiting and value for money. Do go out there and relish the taste of their rolls and especially haleem.
Shivendra Rai Handa
I walked into this place on impulse this evening at Galleria. The pics on the wall confirmed that the people behind the counter were the ones seen till some years back in the Khan Chacha outlet in Khan Market. I ordered a plate of mutton seekh kabab and was amazed at the way each piece melted in the mouth. Excellent is an understatement. Will be back tomorrow for haleem (they had run out of it by 8:30 pm today...). A courteous bunch, they offered me wonderful namkeen lassi while I waited for my order!
Postscript: The next day I went back in the afternoon for haleem. It was nice and creamy reflecting good choice of meat and proper slow cooking. I am adding this postscript since my guess is that Haleem will be available only till June 26 or so. Last year I had ordered haleem via Gati from Pista House in Hyderabad. I can say that the Haleem from Rule The Rolls was equally good. Hope this eatery does well and lasts a while!
I loved everything I tried on the menu. The rolls were exceptionally good. The meat and veggies were fresh, the spices were in complete symbiosis with the expectations. I absolutely loved it! 10/10 for the authenticity of flavour.