In a recent talk with chef Vikas Khanna, Virat Kohli revealed that he was fond of Chinese food and a regular visitor of a food outlet called 'Chuk Chuk Mail."
New Delhi: Former India captain Virat Kohli is known for maintaining a strict diet chart to keep himself fit. He adheres to a rigid diet that forbids hot and harmful foods. Kohli, who is well known among his peers as a fitness enthusiast, converted to vegetarianism to concentrate on developing his body to meet the demands of modern day cricket.
However, before becoming a recognised cricketer of the highest calibre, Kohli was not like this as a youngster. He was once a non-vegetarian and ate a wide range of foods, including Chinese food. In a recent talk with Michelin-starred Indian chef Vikas Khanna, he reminisced about fond memories from his youth, when he was a regular visitor of a food outlet called ‘Chuk Chuk Mail.”
Kohli, in his conversation with master chef Vikas Khanna, revealed that we enjoyed the food of a Chinese restaurant, and the name of that van was ‘Chuk Chuk Mail.” He further added Manchow soup and fried rice served over there… I have never tasted another Chinese dish like that again.
Currently, he is in Bangladesh with the Indian cricket team. He occupies the second spot for hitting the maximum number of centuries in international cricket. Legendary batter Sachin is on the number one spot and has a hundred centuries against his name.