Crispy and delicious kulcha from Amritsar, India to Australia.

Traditional Indian Street Food

The beginning

In March 2019, we made our first journey from Bundaberg to Mohali, India. And while we sampled many delicacies on our trip, we never expected to taste something so good that it would inspire us to bring the flavours back home.

In a small Amritsari restaurant, Zach was given his first taste of traditional kulcha bread. Stuffed with chilli, spices, potato, onion and paneer, it was cooked to crispy perfection in a tandoor oven – it was like nothing he’d ever tasted.

An idea of how to bring a piece of Amritsari culture to Australia blossomed. Several months later, during another trip to India, with his mother, Mandy and her wife, Bec – sitting around tasting kulchas, the vision for Kulcha’d was born.

Such delicious food! Warm, rich, chewy and packed with great ingredients – reminded me exactly of the fresh kulchas we ate in Punjab last year. Couldn’t get enough of the chickpea curry either. Can’t wait to come back and try some of the Street Treats (and maybe grab a beer!). Thanks guys!

Conor Gould


It was my first time dining in at Kulcha’d this evening and I was not disappointed. The staff were amazing and very welcoming and the food was just awesome, I’ll definitely been visiting again soon!

Natasha Lewis


I’ve been twice in 3 days. I haven’t tasted such authentic Indian food in years. Can’t recommend this place highly enough

Callum Hegarty


The care for the food shows when the food turns up. Really tasty and great portions. Shout out to the best jalebis in QLD!

Vishwa Shah


Taste of Amritsar in Brisbane. loved the kulcha’s, and specially when it’s perfectly made by aussie friends. 10/10 for our dinner. staff was really nice. Thanks Guys.

Harminder Singh



Traditional (Aloo Onion)

The original kulcha with a mouthwatering potato, onion and spice filling

Vegan 10 – Combo 15

Cafe BAR Restaurant
Opening Hours

10AM to 3pm and 5pm to 10pm
Wednesday to Sunday

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