“The truth is I romance with food more than anyone else.”

Funny man Kiku Sharda, who became popular as constable Mulayam Singh Gulgule in FIR, and gained tremendous popularity as Palak in Comedy Nights with Kapil, talks about his love for food.

Published: 13th June 2017 10:26 PM  |   Last Updated: 14th June 2017 07:00 AM   |  A+A-

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Funny man Kiku Sharda, who became popular as constable Mulayam Singh Gulgule in FIR, and gained tremendous popularity as Palak in Comedy Nights with Kapil, talks about his love for food.
  
My diet preference
 I am a vegetarian (I eat eggs though) and my favourite dish is anything fried.
 
My breakfast comprises
I either have poha or a paneer sandwich or an omelette.
 
My lunch is
It could be anything Indian.  I like dal chawal or even a plate of good pasta. When my wife is in a mood to cook I get to eat interesting stuff.
 
My evening snack
Is not a must: But pani puri is my kamzori. I relish sev puri and bhel too.
 
For dinner I have
My dinner Is light at most times, sometimes I eat one paratha.
 
My favourite desserts
I am not much of a dessert person but that changes in the mango season.
 
My fitness regimen:
I walk and dance at parties – dancing is my favourite exercise. 
 
I can cook
Nothing.
 
My favourite cook in the family
My wife, she makes excellent Italian and Mexican 
dishes.
 
For a romantic meal
I would like the venue to be a very cosy place – I do not like noisy restaurants. The truth is I romance with food more than anyone and anything else.... red wine is a must.
 
My favourite drink
Red wine and chocolate liqueur. On social occasions I drink vodka. I crave for sugarcane juice.
 
My favourite restaurants
Mezzo Mezzo at the JW Marriott, Bombay Canteen, Fable, Papaya, Yauatcha and Indigo. I also like eating a Gujarati thhali.

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