Passing the Test of Taste Holachef Food Reviews
There was a time when if you ordered food, there was no way that you could return what was being offered. Besides trusting an online food delivery service was a risky because you didn’t know if the food was as good as what you had ordered.People hesitated because they didn’t know what ingredients were being used in the food being served to them. But with the advent of technology, ventures like Holachef have received immense success and have become extremely trustworthy in online food delivery. The smooth functioning, efficient services, prompt delivery, and above all, delicious food has distinguished their name from others.
What is interesting about this application is that you have a long line of chefs adept at making different cuisines at your service all the time. Chefs are asked to draw up a menu everyday so that those can be posted on the website, making it possible to get all the cuisines from one place, each one at its best. These menus contain dishes that the chefs specialisein. You can choose the recipe from the menu and place your order. Choose the appropriate delivery slot and just wait for the food to arrive.
To check out how effective and efficient it really was, there was a testing order made on the website. The dishes ordered were essentially complicated and were a combination of six different kitchens. This certainly was a challenge to Holachef, taking into account the complexity of the order. But delivery of food was punctual, with professional packaging but the food was yet to be tasted and judged thereupon. That is where Holachef proved itself worthy of the goodwill it has begun accruing.
The pomegranate cooler (Rs. 50) fresh and cool, beat the heat instantly. The Punjabi meal (Rs. 220) which consisted of Amritsarichhole, dry mixed vegetable, chapatti and rice was spot on. It had the goodness of home-made food along with taste. Roasted chicken with potato scallops, parsley rice and corn salad (Rs. 350) was equally tasty and delicious. The Cheese and Mac (Rs. 250) made by the same chef felt as if it was the original American genius.Not to forget the Chicken breast which came stuffed with chicken mousse and which was served with sautéed veggies (Rs. 350). Heaven for taste buds!
However, even the perfect plan can backfire. Some of the dishes truend out not be so appealing, such as the Fattoush salad (Rs. 150), which was although crunchy and fresh, lacked the correct dressing. Similarly, the Rogan Josh (Rs. 300) hadway too much garam masala, thus compromising the taste of the recipe. The Bhindi masala along with jeera rice, chapatti and Dal Makhani was also not liked much.
In spite of these shortcomings, the food was labelled nutritious, affordable and tasty by the customers. Holachef was commended for its services and quality of food, and was marked better than its rivals.