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Sweet Chutney

Sweet Chutney

Rs. 400
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Sweet Chutney

I know many children and adults alike, who are born and brought up or have lived here in the Gulf most of their life and have no ties to places like Mumbai and Delhi, that have rarely eaten chaat food – pani puri, vada pav, pav bhaaji….and so on.  And I’m completely the opposite. Having lived in Dubai all my life and being originally from Kerala, many of my northie friends are shocked to see how much addicted I’m to chaat food and my knowledge of which place sells what best there.

Honestly I don’t remember who introduced me to chaat items, but for sure not my parents because dad’s not such a fan of these and I introduced my mom to it (and she loves it too!). But I know for sure, what I first had was Paani Puri and from then on there was no turning back. I totally love paani puri. And call it my good luck, I got married to a mumbaikar who like all mumbaikars love their street chaat sellers!
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