Available to faculty, staff and students
To us, a kati roll is a little piece of heaven! It is a pan-seared unleavened bread, layered with an egg, filled with your choice and preparation of meat/protein. Add our house-made chutneys to add a little extra zing. We want to introduce Chicago to India's best kept culinary secret.
Kati Rolls originated in the city of Kolkata, India. Originally, Kati Rolls used meat that was skewered in bamboo sticks (locally known as kati) enclosed in a pan-fried flat bread known as Paratha. Over the years many variants with many different fillings have evolved, all of which are categorized under the generic name of "kati rolls."
We at Hakka Bakka want to bring food enlightenment to Chicago by putting one of India's most popular street food items on the culinary map. Once you try our kati rolls, we are sure you will not settle for any other random Indian food — that's when you attain true food nirvana. Our bread is made to order right in front of your eyes. No gimmicks there. All our chutneys are made in house. Nothing comes out of a bottle. We start with fresh ingredients like cilantro leaves for our cilantro chutney and whole red peppers for our chili chutney. Even our garam masala is blended in house.
- $6.99 DePaul Special Meal Deal (one kati roll, drink and chips)
- Free lentil soup
Getting the Discount
Simply show a valid DePaul ID at the time of order to receive the discount.
1251 W Fullerton Ave
Chicago, IL 60614