Blame it to Bollywood or TV serials, when I was a kid I thought of vadaa-pav to be our national fast food!
Dodi, just besides the highway. All the people riding their vehicles at top speeds do make it a point to stop here for their great Poha Jalebi, Samosa, Chaai and other stuffs.
On a serious note, if ice-cream doesn’t melt in your mouth, you are contributing to the global warming!
Valleys in the Himalayas, indeed, are blessed with breathtaking natural beauty. But because of their difficult terrain, they are largely untouched by external customs, and so is their food.
The restaurant commenced operations in 1930’s. I felt like being transported back in time, to the 1940’s, when Irani cafes were aplenty in the length and breadth of Mumbai. The complete place looked like a page taken from history books.
If we can spend millions in the name of entertainment on some crappy Bollywood flicks, then we can surely contribute a little for the cause!!
Bhopali’s are just crazy over having it in the breakfast. If you happen to be in Bhopal and go out to the by-lanes in the morning, you’ll find food-joints in almost every nook and corner serving hot tangy Poha with crispy Jalebees, ready to be devoured.
Though this festival holds a spiritual significance – triumph of good over evil; but for me, Holi is important because I get a special treat of delicious Dal-baati this day.