August 27, 2010

I am proud of Vada Pav:)

Having grown up in Aamchi Mumbai it is but natural to like Vada Pav. Strangely, no other city has caught on to this snack. I mean other snack items and chaats have now mushroomed in every big city in India but Vada Pav is quite confined to Mumbai.

I have since moved on to many other cities before settling down in Chennai and miss my Vada Pav dearly. So, I am quite thrilled to read about the latest avatar of Vada Pav. Please read more about it here.

Recently, I was at a wedding reception in Bangalore and they had Vada Pav and I gorged on it. I am sure there will be many takers for Vada Pav in Chennai. Chennai has now become more welcoming to different cuisines and many exclusive joints serving Thai /Mexican/Lebanese/Korean/Italian dot the skyline here.

Can't wait for Goli Vada Pav to set shop in Chennai... Is Venky Iyer listening?

6 comments:

Venky's Goli said...

hi raji venky here goli is opening in chennai around oct rgds venky goli read vadapav murmurings....

Raji said...

Great! Look fwd to eating Vada Pav in Chennai:)

Pawan said...

i like vada pav too...

http://www.hindu.com/rp/2008/06/29/stories/2008062950050200.htm

check this.

In mint street there is a small place which one has to check out - Mehta Bros Mithaiwala. His signature dish is the vada pav. He is open only from 4pm to 9pm and in these five hours he sells a whopping 1,000 vada pavs a day. "I am here for the last eight years and there is never a dull moment," he says proudly. Bite into one of his delicious vada pavs and you will know why. He even makes the pav himself because the readymade ones, he says, are sweetish. He also specialises in bread bajjis, samosas and kachories.

So if you are a combination of a foodie and a shopoholic go there and check it out - because what I have given you is just a preview of things to come.

sai said...

hi,
This is bhavin mehta from MEHTA BROS MITHAIWALA.this is to inform all my VADA PAV customers with ur support and demand we are now open from morning 9am-1pm and again in our regular timing ie 4pm - 9pm.so u can enjoy your vadapav in morning also.

Ajay Kishore C said...

Good, but I don't agree with the fact that vadapav is confined to Mumbai alone. I guess it's readily available in Ahmedabad too.

Vijay said...

It is opened now in Kodambakkam, Arcot road near Meenakshi College. More shops to open soon..