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Lajpat Nagar Central Market Food Walk ft @LIT I CHINESE CHAAT Ram LADDU Momo Banta KULCHE

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Lajpat Nagar Central Market Food Walk ft @LIT I CHINESE CHAAT + Ram LADDU + Momo + Banta + KULCHE

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After a prolonged gap of over six months, Anubhav is back on the streets of Delhi to take stalk of the street food scenario post lockdown. He has been badly missing the street side delicacies and have been anxious about the well being of the vendors who have been battered by the pandemic. In this fascinating gastronomic journey he is being joined by one of city's popular food host Abhishek Thakur from Living Trends and together they are out to explore some of Abhishek's favourite eating places in Lajpat Nagar's Central Market locality. Let's see what all did they try.

Our first destination was Ram Laddu Food Corner, where you would get perhaps the most irresistible Ram laddus or moong dal fritters in the city. Prior to the pandemic it was a makeshift stall that drew huge crowd but now they have shifted to a spick and span shop and have extended their menu as well. The mask clad vendors were dishing out crisp and spongy fritters from the hot oil. We tried some fresh ones without the regular accompaniments due to safety concerns. They were quite delicious and fun.

Next we tried chole kulche from Siyaram Chole Kulche Wale. We were excited to try it for two reasons. First it is Delhi's most famous snack and second unlike at most of the places, here it was being available during the evening. It was such a delight trying the hot and zesty yellow pea mash with soft and fluffy kulchas. The vendors were maintaining the basic safety guidelines in which they had created a barricade around them and were frequently using sanitizers.

From there we went to Avantika food corner that specializes in Indo Chinese style treats. Our pick was steamed chicken momos because we wanted to ascertain whether they fared well in making this simple dish. They were very basic and decent. The chutney was phenomenal. No wonder it is Abhishek's favourite momo joint in this locality. The shop had maintained substantial distance between the vendors and customers.

We then went to Waffle Point to satiate our deep craving for some Indo Chinese fare. So we ordered a Non Veg Chinese Chaat which is a zesty ensemble of some very popular dishes like noodles, chilli chicken, chili kebabs and chicken wings. This tasty combination was peppery, tangy and garlicky. The portions were quite decent. And the place was serving hot food. The place was crowded but the ambience was quite hygienic and clean.

The last stop of this brief food tour was Rajesh Banta Wala. We were drawn to this place because of the nostalgia associated with this lemon flavoured drink served in Codd neck bottles. The refreshing drink marked a perfect end to that heavy snacking. Rajesh bhai sanitised his hands before serving us the same.

This quick food tour gave us a first hand idea bout the safety changes that the vendors have adopted in their businesses in the wake of the pandemic. After the heavy blow to the street food industry, things are slowly becoming better and optimistic. We truly admire the relentless spirit of these unsung heroes. They have been battered by the catastrophe but they know how to rise with renewed spirit. We were also happy to see most of them following the safety guidelines.

About the host - Anubhav Sapra


Anubhav Sapra is an avid culinary explorer who loves to travel and explore different cuisine primarily the street food, not just for the sake of gustatory pleasure but also for quenching his deep thirst for nurturing new cultural connections through the kaleidoscopic canvas of food. He believes that the vibrant and delectable street food tradition across the globe has the power to bring communities together and foster harmonious human existence.

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LUCKNOW Non Vegetarian FOOD Tour - Kulcha Nahari + BEST Kebabs - Ghutwa, Galawti, Shami + Biryani

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Lucknow is renowned for its scrumptious and flamboyant non vegetarian food culture that includes toothsome meat delicacies extolled for their phenomenal flavours and texture. Come let's see what all non veg street food dishes did we try during our visit to the city.

First Stop- Sharma Tea Stall
A great start to the day has to be with a cup of hot tea. At Sharma Tea Stall we got our cuppas with very typical tea snacks- bun butter and samosa. The samosa you get here are quite different; the stuffing is not of the usual cubed skin-on potatoes but instead the potatoes are boiled, mashed and cooked in a concoction of unique spices.

Second Stop- Rahim ki Nahari
Here we tried the combination of Kulcha with Nahari. The Kulcha is made of two layers which makes it the perfect vessel to eat a gravy dish like nahari. We also got taste some Biryani here. These are one of the few things that you have to try when you’re in Lucknow.

Third Stop- Tunday Kababi
We went to the first and original Tunday Kababi for the galawati kabab and sheermal. Galawati Kababs are a specialty of Lucknow. They are made with minced meat and a variety of different spices. The minced meat is shaped into small discs and cooked over a low heat from coals. The sheermal is a special bread and goes perfectly well with the spicy kababs. Sheermal is made with flour, milk, saffron, sugar and ghee; it is the slight sweetness of this bread which makes it so delicious.

Fourth Stop- Roti wali gali
We visited a street full of roti/chapati sellers. Here there are people selling different varieties of breads that are very popular in the region. Sheermal, Ulte Tawe ka Paratha, different types of Naan, etc. One can find any and everything in this little street.

Fifth Stop- Al Madina Kashmiri Chai
Here we had a different kind of dessert called kashmiri chai. It consists of Fan which is basically puff pastry also known as samosa on the area, some cream and a pink tea. It has a very soothing and warm texture.

Sixth Stop- Azhar Bhai ka Paan
Some of the most interesting names of paans and even more interesting conversation. This shop is famous for serving the tastiest paans. For them paan is not just a digestive to be eaten, it is an institution.

Seventh Stop- Lalla ki Biryani
The ultimate Biryani experience, where the meat just melts of the bone and the rice is super flavourful. They have been making biryani for the past 34 years and no wonder, they have perfected the process. Although this shop may be known for its biryani but the shammi kababs they serve here are out of this world.

Eighth Stop- Naushijaan
Yes!! Kabab Heaven, we found kabab heaven! This place is known for their variety of kababs and trust us all of them are worth trying out. The Kakori Kabab you get are shaped like a seekh but are much softer. In fact they’re so soft that they vanish the moment you put it in the mouth. The Ghutwa Kabab was something new. It is made with minced meat that is cooked with a number of spices for very long, quite similar to the cooking process of haleem. This is usually eaten with either sheermal or khameri roti. The seekh pasanda kabab is slightly chewy compared to all the other kababs.

Ninth Stop- Sakhawat’s
Established in 1911, known for its outstanding galawati and kakori kababs. We even got to try the biryani here, which was quite different compared to the ones we had tried earlier. Everything that we tasted was supremely tasty.

Tenth Stop- Wahid Biryani
For a change, we tried chicken biryani and weren’t disappointed at all. The biryani is flavourful and aromatic that you feel like you have actually gone back in time and are feasting with the Nawabs of Awadh.

Eleventh Stop- Prakash Kulfi Shop
The Kulfi is made in the traditional way in small steel tins in which the ingredients that are first boiled are then filled into the tins and then they are frozen in a large container full of ice. Our journey in Lucknow ended with this beautiful Kulfi.

About the host - Anubhav Sapra


Anubhav Sapra is an avid culinary explorer who loves to travel and explore different cuisine primarily the street food, not just for the sake of gustatory pleasure but also for quenching his deep thirst for nurturing new cultural connections through the kaleidoscopic canvas of food. He believes that the vibrant and delectable street food tradition across the globe has the power to bring communities together and foster harmonious human existence.

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Lajpat Central Market | Food Walk

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UNSEEN HARYANAVI Food Series I Earthy, Simple, Traditional and Rustic food of Haryana / Season 1

We are super excited to announce the season one of Haryana Food Series that commences on 21st of October 2020. After a long hiatus Anubhav and team are back to newer food explorations from far and near. And they are resuming the journey from the agriculturally and economically prosperous state of Haryana.

So brace yourself for a fascinating ride as Anubhav decodes the flavours and culinary practices prevalent in the villages and cities. It also brings you a slice of the socio cultural scenario over here and connects you with people, food and culture. Hope you will enjoy this glimpse of the tour that is full of yummy sights and amusing stories. Stay tuned.

About the host - Anubhav Sapra


Anubhav Sapra is an avid culinary explorer who loves to travel and explore different cuisine primarily the street food, not just for the sake of gustatory pleasure but also for quenching his deep thirst for nurturing new cultural connections through the kaleidoscopic canvas of food. He believes that the vibrant and delectable street food tradition across the globe has the power to bring communities together and foster harmonious human existence.

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CHANDIGARH FOOD Tour I Rara MUTTON + Chole BHATURE + Mix CHAAT + SIZZLER + CHAAP + GAJRELA

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In January this year we travelled to the city of Chandigarh to explore the street food scene out there. Deemed as India’s first planned city, modelled by the renowned architect Le Corbusier, Chandigarh manifests itself a unique blend of urbane architecture and natural beauty. Let's see what flavours we discovered over here along with our gracious host Dr Avika Khawas from the organization Walk Around India.
We started the tour of the city's most happening destination i.e Sector 17 or Sector Satra as it is locally called. Our first destination was the iconic Indian Coffee House where we tried their classic veg cutlet, a classic fare that most of the regular visitors prefer when they drop in casually. Due to an affordable menu and an old world charm, this place draws a huge eclectic crowd.
The second destination Ghazal restaurant was again a renowned family dining place that has been around for a long time. The name refers to a popular genre of Indian music. So here you can enjoy your food listening to the soothing melodies of ghazal. We tried their mix sizzler which is one of their best selling dishes. Both taste wise and proportion wise it was great.
Our third destination was Gopal's in Sector 15, market. This place is known for the popular North Indian sweets and snacks. We tried their classic choley bhature and atta panjiri. The former dish was quite delicious and hearty.
While strolling down this busy general market place in search of more flavour we got attracted to a popcorn seller and that was our four destination. What caught our attention was the specially designed enclosed container inside which the treats were being freshly roasted. It was light and hearty.
Our fifth stop was a humble shakarkandi cart where a genial aunty was serving a quick chaat made of the same. The boiled and roasted shakarkandi topped with two basic chutneys and rock salt was fun.
After a short drive we reached our sixth destination Garg Chaat in Sector 23. The mixed chaat that we had ordered was served in a leaf bowl. The balanced use of different ingredients made it quite delicious. We were fascinated by the kala chana in it which was an unusual addition.
Next we had some fennel and cardamom flavoured tea at our seventh destination called Khokha which was a small yet popular stall in sector 9.
After the tea break we drove to the celebrated Pal Dhaba, our eighth food stop . As recommended by the genial and warm owner Pritpal ji, we tried their mutton rara. It was a rich, buttery and flavoursome mutton curry that had assorted mutton pieces and keema. This place is much celebrated for their non vegetarian fares.
From there we arrived at our ninth destination named Pic n Move in Sector 8 market complex. Here we decided to have some chicken shorba soup to further the digestion so that we can adjust a couple of more places before calling it a day.
Next we reached Panchkula where our tenth food stop was Naidu South Indian Food Centre. Avika told us that it is one of the best places in the area to have South Indian fare.The vada sambar that we tried was quite decent and value for money.
The eleventh destination over here was Ice Cream Dot Com, a place popular for desserts and soya chaap. We had ordered their malai soya chaap and it was brilliant.
The twelfth and final destination of the day was Chilli Chaats. It is a famous place for classic North Indian snacks and sweets. We tried their aloo tikki, paneer pakoda, jalebi and gajrela. Everything was yummy but it was the crisp and moist paneer pakoda that won our heart. Here we met one of our subscribers and all the heartwarming exchanges simply enhanced the eating experience.
It was indeed a day of gluttony but we were elated to experience the hospitable atmosphere and the outstanding flavours. We are extremely thankful to Avika khawas for her guidance.


About the host - Anubhav Sapra


Anubhav Sapra is an avid culinary explorer who loves to travel and explore different cuisine primarily the street food, not just for the sake of gustatory pleasure but also for quenching his deep thirst for nurturing new cultural connections through the kaleidoscopic canvas of food. He believes that the vibrant and delectable street food tradition across the globe has the power to bring communities together and foster harmonious human existence.

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World famous Rajasthani LAAL MAAS - Bhujma Chicken + Dupad roti + Laapsi + Raab

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Apart from its rich vegetarian delights, Rajasthan’s cuisine is equally popular for a rich heritage of some slow-cooked flavourful meat delicacies that have gained popularity all across the country. One such marvelous dish that inspires deep adoration is laal maas Or the fiery red coloured mutton curry that is so hot it can make your brows sweat.

Passion for traditional dishes ais unlimited and laal maas still inspires love
On our trip to Udaipur we got the opportunity to discover this traditional deep red curry more closely from one of the accomplished chefs Gagan Srivastava aka Muchad Uncle whose amazing home delivery food service specialising in traditional Rajasthani non veg fares is the talk of the town when it comes to homestyled traditional meat delicacies.

In this gastronomic expedition we are accompanied by our lively host Dr. Akansha Bhatti. On reaching his home we received a warm welcome from his lovely family and then headed to the makeshift cooking space that has been set in the front yard.

After a brief chat we began with the laal maas preparation. Step by step we witnessed this red coloured delicacy come into life. As the enticing aroma permeated the air all around, we restlessly waited for the final spread which included chicken soup, dupad roti, bati, bhujma chicken, spicy green chutney, makki ki papdi, raab and lapsi.

Everything were outstanding but it showstopper of the dinner spread was the laal maas. What's notable about it that the laal maas is prepared with Mathania chillies that imparts the deep red colour and sweet and sharp taste. To finish it off, a burning piece of charcoal infused with cloves and desi ghee is placed on top of the curry and the utensil is sealed. This results in its characteristic smoky flavor.

Relishing the gorgeous laal maas that was hot, rich, aromatic and smoky along with the rest of the equally delicious dishes in such warm and genial company was truly gratifying. We truly cherish this enriching encounter with the warm, affable and veteran chef Mr. Gagan and his family.


About the host - Anubhav Sapra


Anubhav Sapra is an avid culinary explorer who loves to travel and explore different cuisine primarily the street food, not just for the sake of gustatory pleasure but also for quenching his deep thirst for nurturing new cultural connections through the kaleidoscopic canvas of food. He believes that the vibrant and delectable street food tradition across the globe has the power to bring communities together and foster harmonious human existence.

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Udaipur STREET FOOD Tour: Pandit Ji LEMON Tea + MASTERCHEF Egg BHURJI + Chapli KEBAB + TILAPIA Fish

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Today's episode features a general food tour in the city of Udaipur. In this gastronomic sojourn, Anubhav is joined by our gracious host Dr. Akansha Bhatia who is a doctor by profession and a foodie at heart. Together they are visiting some popular destinations to try their best selling or unique fares. Let's see what's in store.

They started with a cup of lemon tea from Pandit Ji ki Lemon Tea shop. This invigorating hot beverage was infused with numerous healthy ingredients like tulsi, mint, warming spices etc. True to its popularity,it was so refreshing that we ended up having two cups of it. Pandit ji enthusiastically shared some anecdotes about the place and particularly the tea that is loved by both young and old.

Next they went to Natraj Hotel to try a quintessential thali. The one that is available here is a potpourri of both Rajasthani and Gujarati flavours. What's fascinating about this place is that the celebrated food explorer and storyteller Anthony Bourdain who is Anubhav's idol had visited it in the year 2006. Thus it was very much on Anubhav's wish list. The thali was adorned with simple yet delicious homestyle flavours. Apart from the tasty food it was lovely interacting with the warm hospitable owner.

From there we went to The Egg World which is a hugely famous eatery that serves a delectable range of unique egg dishes. It is run by the genial and humble Jay who with his creativity and diligence has led the eatery to such heights of fame. Under his recommendation, we tried the boiled egg bhurji and tandoori omelette. With its spicy, quintessential Rajasthani flavours, the first dish was simply amazing.

Akansha then took us to Dawat Restaurant whose non veg snacks are super popular because of their fresh and balanced taste. They had an elaborate mouth watering menu. We went for some crisp and juicy chicken dana or nuggets, flavourful chapli kebab and crisp and hearty tilapia fish fry. Each of these three snacks were tasty but with the amazing texture and flavours coming from the chicken mince, eggs, veggies, butter, spices etc, the chapli kebabs were the best among the equal.

After those wonderful non veg treats we reached our last destination, Sai Sagar coffee shop. They serve a wide range of both hot and cold coffee blends along with the classic stuff. We settled for a frothy hot coffee that was strong, smooth and invigorating. The place was busing with an eclectic crowd of locals and tourists.

Heartfelt thanks to Akansha for acquainting us with some of the amazing flavours of her city.


About the host - Anubhav Sapra


Anubhav Sapra is an avid culinary explorer who loves to travel and explore different cuisine primarily the street food, not just for the sake of gustatory pleasure but also for quenching his deep thirst for nurturing new cultural connections through the kaleidoscopic canvas of food. He believes that the vibrant and delectable street food tradition across the globe has the power to bring communities together and foster harmonious human existence.

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UDAIPUR (MEWAR) Food Tour: MILLET Tikki & Pancake + Dhokla, PANIYE, BAATI + Makki ki RAABDI + Thali

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With all the grand palaces, other architecture and lakes, Udaipur is a beautiful city located in the southernmost part of Rajasthan. Also known as the 'White City' is the historical capital of the Mewar kingdom. Along with our amazing host Rajat, we have set out to discover the healthy, rustic and spicy flavours from this region. Come lets see what all did we try.

We commenced the food tour from Millets of Mewar, an Indian fusion restaurant that serves healthy and wholesome, less oil mostly millet based gluten foods. Founded by a team of three friends, it aims to bring back the glory and demand of the ancient native grains other than wheat and rice. From their fascinating menu we tried the millet aloo tikki and bajra pancake. The first one was a low oil zesty snack consisting of a potato and barnyard millet based tikki while the second was optimally sweet and yummy pearl millet flour pancake. The awesome food and the conversation with the passionate come owners of the place widened our perception towards the vibrant delicious world of ancient native grains.
From there moved to Sai Baba Paratha Center which had earned the reputation for serving the most delectable stuffed parathas in the city. On reaching there, the sight and aroma of thick stuffed parathas made us restless. Soon we got our serving of aloo parathas. They came with a blob of butter and a spicy dal. With all the goodness of spicy potato stuffing, ghee and butter, every morsel was truly captivating.

The next destination was a quirky place called Dhabalogy that serves rural traditional cuisine in a contemporary setting. Here we first saw the preparation and then savoured some classic Mewari delicacies like dal bati, paniya, dhokla, bajre ki roti and lahsun mirch chutney and til gur ladoo. The rustic cooking processes were very fascinating. The kitchen is primarily run by a genial and diligent team of womenfolk from the nearby villages whose warm smiles and courteous nature made us feel at home.
After that delicious traditional Mewari meal we drove to the place in the vicinity of Eklingji Mandir near Siyol. The lane opposite to the temple is famous for mirchi vadas. We tried some fresh ones from Sheetal restaurant. Made with a big sized less spicy variety of chilles, these potato stuffed fritters were spicy yet delicious.
Our next destination was the Shilpgram Mela which is a famous annual arts and craft fair that happens around the month of December. It showcases the traditional arts, craft and lifestyle of Rajasthan and is a huge crowd puller. Here we tried some healthy and tangy makki ki raab, budhiya ke baal and ghani ki jaglani. With all the colourful arts, craft and other fascinating activities, this place was quite a fun space.
The last food destination in this tour was Hotel Brahma Nivas. We were there to try a traditional Rajasthani thali that had a representative dish from different parts of the state. There was gatte ki sabzi, khurma roti, kadhi, dal, aloo meethi, churma etc. of which the most fascinating one was the chakki ki sabzi from jodhpur that had a taste and texture similar to malai kofta.

It was super gratifying food journey that acquainted us with some amazing aspects of the Mewari cuisine. Heartfelt thanks to Rajat for his insights and support.


**DISCLAIMER - No animals were harmed in the filming of this video.

About the host - Anubhav Sapra


Anubhav Sapra is an avid culinary explorer who loves to travel and explore different cuisine primarily the street food, not just for the sake of gustatory pleasure but also for quenching his deep thirst for nurturing new cultural connections through the kaleidoscopic canvas of food. He believes that the vibrant and delectable street food tradition across the globe has the power to bring communities together and foster harmonious human existence.

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UDAIPUR Breakfast FOOD Tour: SPICY Dal KACHORI + LILWA Burfi + Papad MASALA+ Methi GOTA + BEST Rabri

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In today's episode Anubhav is out in the city of Udaipur with host Rajat Mogra, a food blogger, to unravel the breakfast scene on the streets of the City of Lakes. Being a serene and beautiful historical city, Udaipur is a tourist hotspot as a result of which it has many big and small eateries, posh and old fashioned eateries. But they were in lookout for the snacks available on the streets that are commonly consumed by the general populace on a regular basis. This also includes some old iconic joints. Let's see what all we tried.

The first thing they tried was Pohe from Jagdish Shri Restaurant at Jagdish Chowk. This light breakfast dish made with pre soaked flattened rice, some basic spices and seasonings makes for a healthy snack. It was mildly savoury, sweet and tangy.

Then they headed to Nani Gali to have some rabri from Raju Bhai's Milk Shop. This small unassuming shop sells milk and just a few traditional milk products like paneer and rabri or fresh malai. It is the dense and sweet milk fat that appears on the top on simmering milk. For those of you who love malai should definitely check it out during your visit.

From there they reached Paliwal restaurant that is famous for crisp, flaky and spicy kachoris. Apart from the distinct hing flavour, the own garam masala added a zing to these kachoris. Kachori is the most ubiquitous snack in Rajasthan.

Next destination was Lala Mishtan Bhandar. Here they enjoyed the unique wintertime special sweet treat called lilwa burfi and the interesting sounding Jodhpuri pasa. The first one was a luscious burfi made with green chickpeas paste while the second one was a khoya based glazed sweet.

Then they went to Roop Ji Nashta Center near Ghanta Ghar, that is known for its humble papad masala. It is a combination of crisp flatbread and a spicy and flavourful potato masala. The old world charm of the place enhanced the eating experience.

After that hearty treat it was time to try methi ke gote, a traditional Gujarati snack from Gayatri restaurant. It is a crisp and soft fritter made with dried fenugreek, besan and some other spices. Here they serve it with a sweet and savoury kadhi.

The penultimate food stop was Trivedi Uphar Grah, a very old sweet shop that has existed since the time of Independence. After a brief chat with the owner they settled down to try doodh jalebi, urad and saunth ladoo and moong dal ladoo. All of them had a decent homely taste. What was intriguing is amidst all the competition, the place still conserved the traditions.

Overall it was a nice experience and they realized that the breakfast scene is dominated by fried snacks or ghee and mava based sweets that were filling and tasty.

About the host - Anubhav Sapra


Anubhav Sapra is an avid culinary explorer who loves to travel and explore different cuisine primarily the street food, not just for the sake of gustatory pleasure but also for quenching his deep thirst for nurturing new cultural connections through the kaleidoscopic canvas of food. He believes that the vibrant and delectable street food tradition across the globe has the power to bring communities together and foster harmonious human existence.

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How to Eat at Indian Roadside Restaurants for Foreigners (Dhaba Tour)

When you visit India, you can eat at cheap roadside restaurants safely! I'll show you exactly how to order at a traditional Indian Dhaba (roadside restaurant) and how to judge whether the food is clean and safe to eat.

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Dhabas all along the motorways in India provide the tastiest and freshest Indian food. You get homemade food and good Indian hospitality for much cheaper than the Dhabas designed only for foreign tourists.

I always stop there to eat when I'm road trips. I usually order Aloo Paratha (stuffed bread with potato), Chole (chickpeas), and Masala Chai (Indian milk tea). That all costs about ₹280 or $4.

To find a Dhaba, just use Google Maps and check the reviews.

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Tasting The HINDUPUR Sandwich Tradition At HARI SUPER SANDWICH | Secret Recipes, Cheese & Chocolate!

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Hindupur, a town 100kms from Bengaluru, in Andhra Pradesh, dotes on its sandwich, a derivative of the Mumbai bread and veggies affair. In Bengaluru, Hari Super Sandwich, has adapted the Hindupur sandwich to its own style with customised breads, a special spicy chutney and secret spice mix, the recipe for which is zealously guarded, in a medley of combinations that range from the expected chilli cheese toast to eclectic american sweet corn, chipotle mayo, and the wacky but popular chocolate sandwich! I taste five of their sandwiches to find out what makes this chain of sandwich shops such a rage in the city.

American Corn Sandwich
A texture-rich sandwich, with the sweet pop of the corn and the moist crunch of capsicum and onion. The bread is toasted just right to hold within it the creaminess of the cheese and the stuffing. You can taste the aromatic flavour of the spice powder mix and the fervour of garlic.
Rs. 40 (usd 0.5)
8.5/10

Chilli Cheese Toast Sandwich
Fresh green chillies are grated onto a bed of cheese, the cheese helps tone down the chilli kick for sure.
Rs. 40 (usd 0.5)
8/10

Chocolate Cheese Sandwich
A combination that sounds unusual to the ear, but works well on the palate. The chocolate is not as smooth as silk, but is complemented by the creamy saltiness of the cheese and butter. It tastes almost like a chocolate waffle.
Rs. 40 (usd 0.5)
8/10

Hari Special Sandwich
A loaded vegetable sandwich, inspired by the Bombay sandwich. You bite into the crispness of the vegetables, onion, tomato and cucumber, and taste the warmth of the chipotle laced mayo.
Rs. 40 (usd 0.5)
8.5/10

Capsicum Onion Sandwich
You can taste the full-on vegetal notes of capsicum in this one, appealing if you like peppers, not otherwise.
Rs. 40 (usd 0.5)
7/10

Happy Eating!

Kripal Amanna,
Gourmet On The Road,
Food Lovers TV

ADDRESS - Hari Super Sandwich, 121/A, 8th Main Road, Jayanagar, 3rd Block, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560011; tel: +91 99011 17355/ 98444 38032
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Most Popular GOWDA Cuisine At GOWDARA MUDDE MANE | Non Veg Feast | Raagi Mudde, Mutton Korma, Palav

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bengaluru’s most popular gowda cuisine non vegetarian restaurant, kanakapura road, bengaluru, non veg paradise, meat lovers, kaal soup, mutton korma, spare parts, offal, chakna, kheema gojju, chicken fry, mutton chops, karela, leg fry, mutton lollipop, mutton palav, pulao, veg meals

Having burnt his fingers in a string of failed ventures, Chandrashekar, a pharmacist by education, set up a small eatery 20 years ago as a last resort on some land gifted by his father and with the recipes of his late wife, Chandrakala. Little by little, the restaurant grew, not just in size, but also in its reputation for stellar Gowda food. Though located in a nook of South Bengaluru, loyal patrons flock to Gowdara Mudde Mane for the meaty fare that Chandrashekar and his family dish out. Hope you enjoy this episode. Stay safe and happy eating!

Kaal Soup
A nourishing, spicy light broth deep in the intensity of the spices.
Rs. 40 (usd 0.5) without the trotter
8/10

Mutton Korma
The mutton pieces have a delicious bite and have stewed well in the flavours of the korma. There’s a bit of fat that sheaths the meat that heightens the meaty flavour.
Rs. 200 (usd 2.7)
10/10

Kheema Gojju
The kheema is coarse ground, one can taste the freshness of coriander and curry leaves. There’s potato and green peas too, the green chilli in this preparation is quite assertive on the palate.
Rs. 190 (usd 2.5)
8.5/10

Chicken Kendasampige
Sliced breast of chicken marinated and grilled, tasty but does not make as much of an impression as the traditional fare here.
Rs. 190 (usd 2.5)
7/10

Mutton Chops
You can taste the flavour of the meat in the gravy, the meat is soft and juicy, the sort that requires minimal effort to chew.
Rs. 230 (usd 3.1)
9/10

Chakna
Offal that’s cleaned well and cooked in a spicy coriander based masala, this is a must order if you’re a ‘spare parts’ lover.
Rs. 220 (usd 3)
8/10

Mutton Lollipop
Soft meat on the shin, that’s marinated simply in spices and then deep-fried to a meltingly-tender soft-as-butter texture.
Rs. 90 (usd 1.2)
9/10

Karela Fry
This deep-fried shin is generous in its meaty flavours enriched with fat and gelatin. Definitely, a must-order here.
Rs. 180 (usd 2.4)
10/10

Mutton Pulav
Made only on Sundays here, this is a gentle pulav, the masala is laced with coconut milk. The rice, though a bit starchy, is redolent with the flavour of the hard spices like the clove, cassia, etc. The meat is soft and subtle in its flavours, the sort that combines well with the rice.
Rs. 200 (usd 2.7)
8.5/10

Veg Meals
A simple yet sumptuous meal if you’re looking for something vegetarian at this otherwise hardcore ‘meaty’ destination.
Rs. 90 (usd 1.2)
8/10

Happy Eating!

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Food Lovers TV

ADDRESS - Gowdara Mudde Mane, 1#24, 1st Cross, Kanakapura Rd, Manjunatha nagar, Raghuvanahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560 062; tel: +91 98452 47856
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