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About Dragonfly Kitchen

Dragonfly foods are a lunchtime treat for busy people or for people always on the go. A light yet well balanced tasty range of wraps & burgers.


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Nazia Latif
Foontastic!

There are very few eateries I have been loyal to over the years. One of the places which has always been consistent in its quality and quantity is Dragonfly's Kitchen. It makes my heart so happy when I see a deserving establishment grow and expand, and that's exactly what Dragonfy has been doing. Having begun stocking its sandwich variety at Agha's supermarket, Dragonfly Kitchen is beginning to get the recognition it truly deserves. For this month, promotional code is available in all DFK sandwiches, availing which will get you a lovely DFK mug! And I was lucky enough to get a mug as well. With a large variety to choose from (Hunter's Pride, Caesar's Chick, Cheesey Crunch, Egg-Stravaganza and Tuna-Rama), it's easy to buy a sandwich suitable for your flavor profile. If you don't have time to cook, you can buy the Egg-Stravaganza for breakfast, Tuna-Rama for lunch and Caesar's Chick for dinner. And with the choices available, you don't have to worry about getting bored. How easy is that?

July 17, 2016, 5:04 pm - Like

Nazia Latif
Foontastic!

You know how some places keep on evolving and expanding as time goes on? This primarily stems from a personal desire to invest into and consider new avenues of deliciousness for one's customers. Because let's face it, we are all always looking for something new and it doesn't take a lot to take our attention away from a once-favorite food item we couldn't live without. Which is why when Dragonfly Kitchen introduced it's new range of sandwiched this past week, I was quite excited to try them. Knowing the desire to use fresh ingredients, play around with a range of flavors, along with keeping the prices easy on one's pocket, I wasn't surprised that I loved each and everyone of these sandwiches. 1. Chicken Sandwich with Avocado and Cilantro Twist Dressing: Number one on my list of favorites. The chicken is poached to succulent tenderness. The dressing is spread on the bread, giving it the creamy, herby, sour punch this sandwich needs to come together. The crunchy greens and juicy tomatoes intensify all those flavors up to a whole new level. Can you tell I love this yet? 2. Beef with Tzatziki Crunch Sandwich: Let me clarify one thing before I wax eloquent about this particular sandwich. I hate beetroot. I detest it. I avoid it like the plague. And when I was told this sandwich had beetroot in it, I refused. Said not happening, sorry no. However, when I was pressed upon to try it, I acquiesced on the condition that if I don't like it, retribution will be had. So when I got the sandwich, I thought about taking the beetroot out multiple times but literally bit the bullet and tried the sandwich. Can I just say this is one of the best sandwiches I've had in a long while? Juicy strips of beef, that went along amazingly well with the tzatziki dressing and the beetroot was extremely understated. This sandwich was a much loved by all who tried it. 3. Egg Romano Sandwich: The pictures speaks for itself. The sandwich is eggy, tomatoey, mustardey goodness filled with peppery rocket, or arugula, whatever you'd like to call it. Since most my school life has revolved around egg sandwiches for lunch, this was a nostalgic treat. These sandwiches are the perfect accompaniment to one of Dragonfly's Tomato and Basil or Carrot and Ginger soups. I usually feel extremely full after half a sandwich and the soup. Another reason I can't wait for winter to come this year, are these sandwiches and soups from DFK!

October 20, 2015, 6:33 pm - Like

Nazia Latif
Foontastic!

Before I had even gotten the food delivered from Dragonfly Kitchen the first time around, Farhan (Who has been supplying the delicious goodies and staying in constant contact from prep to delivery to tasting and then feedback), had promised a dip tray and panna cotta. So while Monday had been wraps and brownies day, the next day was dip tray day. Now this dip tray was fresh, delicious and the absolute perfect midday snack. The dip itself was blue cheesy goodness. Creamy, rich, but not overpowered by just blue cheese. Perhaps it was my taste buds, but there was a sour creamy feel to it, which Farhan reassured me he hadn't added, but wow. Whoever I gave a taste to, agreed that everything was fresh and tasted amazing. There were carrots, cucumbers and those crispy yummy flat bread pieces with nigella seeds strewn over them, adding another subtle flavor dimension. The packaging was also done very well. The napkin tied in with every item sent was also a nice touch.

August 31, 2015, 1:04 pm - Like

Nazia Latif
Foontastic!

When I got to know there's a healthy food option opening on Chundrigar, where I spend the most of my waking hours thanks to my lovely job *Ahem* I was more than delighted to give it a go (Thank you, Fahad!) When I got the call from Farhan, the owner of Dragonfly Kitchen, it was a pleasure to speak to him. Turns out he developed the recipes and bakes those amazing morsels from heaven itself. But I digress. As you can tell from the pictures, the helpings of the 'samples' were enough to feed six people. The wraps themselves were amazing in taste and texture. Starting from the wrap itself, which was soft and almost but not quite, thin as a crepe, and yet held together all the ingredients in the wrap, to the vegetables and sauces which were incredibly fresh, every mouthful was a delight. The chicken wrap, called the Habibi Wrap and with good reason because that wrap is just love and perfect for meat lovers, with cucumber, olives, feta cheese, tomatoes and bell peppers. The Tree Hugger Wrap (I'm loving the names) was a pure vegetarian wrap, and Dragonfly Kitchen was kind enough to give me a variation of blue cheese and a vinaigrette. Both were full on in terms of flavor, and I could understand the low sodium content in a healthy wrap because the salt came from the blue cheese, which I have to say was brilliant. It really came through amidst the fresh coriander, bell peppers, mushrooms, cucumbers and can I just say I loved the slight sweetness from the green apples? I'm saving the best for last. Those delicious, divine, gooey, sweet brownies. It was love. It was decadence, and it felt so good to eat something like that after something so healthy! They were just the way brownies should be, not like cookies or cakes. And for someone who loves dark chocolate and doesn't like anything overtly sweet, these brownies were the perfect end to a perfect meal. Did I mention the samples were full sized meals enough to feed 6 people? Before I go, here is a link to their Facebook page (You're welcome) and pictures of how pretty the packaging is. If you spend most of your time on Chundrigar or thereabouts like I do (I'm so sorry), do give Dragonfly Kitchen a chance. There's something for everyone!

August 31, 2015, 1:04 pm - Like

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