Yes, so the Dosa hopping continues, through various lanes and bylanes of Amchi Bambai. The price of the Masala Dosas differ too, in different stalls.
So, why are all these snacks glaring at you? Well, being a fast food stall, there were all kinds of mouth-watering eatables ~ from pani-puri, pav-bhaji, sev-puri, dahi-puri et all. So, these were obvious too. Anyways, without wasting anymore time lets look below now :-)
You can see the guys already in action, preparing the 'Dosa' ;-)
Finally!!! This one came at Rs.45/-
BURP! After finishing what do I do next? Yeah, go Dosa hunting all over again \:D/
A different stall, I watched with my mouth drooling. This one had similar snacks too.
Finally!!! Wrapped differently, with extra filling this one came at Rs.25/-
I never get tired of seeing Dosas. In my forever hunt of food-stalls in and around Bombay ( and everywhere else ), I came across this one ( a south-indian stall ), that had not one but three dosas being made, at one go. I could only ogle with my mouth watering. And the Dosa comes at Rs.35/-
Can't help but notice the yummy n crispy Vadas nearby :-)
On my plate at last. Took a quick peek into someone else's plates as well.
I was returning home the other day, when something caught my eye. This broad road-divider, below a busy flyer. And since it is broad enough to fit a person, someone decided to make it his home. I don't blame him. With the fly-over above as a roof, and the iron-grills on both sides of the divider as his walls, I guess the man is quite comfortable in his home. Encroaching? Ah..I think he is making good use of public-space ;-) Would've loved to know his story; how he actually landed there.
A few steps ahead, in another block of the same divider, someone even parked his bi-cycle. See the chain and lock? Amazing to say the least!!! This one surely had an attitude to it!
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During the day, this particular scene caught my eye ~ see below. No its not outside a two-wheeler shop. Instead, this is in front of a railway-station - there was a flood of these, outside it. And by the way, this happens everyday. The bikers leave their two-wheelers outside the station and go to their offices via local train. Whole day, these bikes remain parked here ( they pay some monthly parking amount ). In the evening, the owners return via local train again and pick them up on their way back home. Incredible India, right ;-)
And this scene caught my eye in the evening. No, that's not some building's terrace light on top. That's the MOON, doing a peek-a-boo ~ not far from my home :-)
Well...well...I must've said thousand of times, cooking and me don't go together. I do manage to make something edible, like the simple chappati/bhaji/omlette below. But still, at the end of the day, I need bahar ka khana just like Tibbs to save my day :| The Tibbs Frankie near my place, costs a bomb, though comes in different interesting fillings. I bought 2 - Veg @55/- Chicken @75/-