The Chembur Foodhog!

Mumbai , India

What started as a plan between  Kshitij Shah ( Bambaiyaveggie) and me ; to indulge in some cult eateries in Chembur ended up public and we had 3 more foodies for company. We covered 4 eateries in the evening and the youngest of them being 36 years old and the rest , well above 6 decades. The charm of these eateries is its legacy and the whole idea of going back in time. Please have fun experiencing our revelry through pictures, all put in a chronological order.

Since 1950's

Since 1950’s

Fiery Usal/ Misal.... Sabudana wadas were strictly OK

Fiery Usal/ Misal…. Sabudana wadas were strictly OK

Avoid the Methii Bhajis, the kanda bhajis are good

Avoid the Methii Bhajis, the kanda bhajis are good

Had to walk 500 metres for our next  and we took the monorail  for the experience

Had to walk 500 metres for our next and we took the monorail for the experience

The shiny car with very good airconditioning....

The shiny car with very good airconditioning….

Since 1978...

Since 1978…

One Man Show...Owner in action

One Man Show…Owner in action

Allo Cheese and  Paneer Kulcha... Trust me there is nothing like this in Mumbai!

Aloo Cheese and Paneer Kulchas… Trust me there is nothing like this in Mumbai!

Sainath's bollywood connnection

Sainath’s bollywood connnection

Since 1951....  Their Pani Puri was very good. We did not manage a pic...

Since 1951…. Their Pani Puri was very good. We did not manage a food pic , we had our mouths full and hands busy 🙂

Sice the 50's

Since the 50’s

Chole Pattice... Some Punjabi friends of mine say, the best chole in town!

Chole Pattice… Some Punjabi friends of mine say, the best chole in town!

A meal in itself.... 100 Rs

A meal in itself…. 100 Rs

 

Happ and very fiull... we could barely smile

Happy and very full … we could barely smile

This overall  food-coma experience cost us 200 a head.  Really cheap and cheerful I must say!  Next on my wishlist is  are some cult hidden gems in Kalbadevi  or if you have any suggestions, please leave a line .

Happy eating!

 

 

 

 

 

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