An old haunt from an hawker to a shop that sells Vada Pav, Samosa Pav, Bhajji Pav, Chinese Bhajji.

I had not been to them for quite a while, when one fine day Anupam wanted to go Farsan shopping. So off we went, bought and then I asked him if he was interested in taking back vada pav. He did so, in the meantime I called an old CA friend who stays in the next building and has his office there to come eat vada pav. He grudgingly cam down given the fact that I was talking to him after 2 years đŸ˜‰ and began the feast.

The best of the lot is Vada Pav – the Vada fried fresh in front of you, the Pav slathered with garlicky red powder chutney and handed over to you on a paper plate. Take a bite let it explode just with the taste, the outer layer thin just like the way it should be, the Pav of the right size, not too large to appear as a Vada Burger. Then take a green chilly bite and let the bomb explode together.

If found too spicy there is a masala soda, kala khata next door, have a glass of that.

Then try a Samosa Pav with similar but lesser bombing results. If in a group go for assorted Bhajji plate – Palak, Onion, Batata and mirchi bhaji.

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Location: Vile Parle east
Meal: Snack
Food: 7.5/10
Service: 6.5/10
Damages: Approx ₹125/- for 2

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Written by AD
ex waiter, angadia, travel agent, dotcomer, dukaandaar, marketeer, people watcher. appreciates single malt, food, friends