Maintaining the same taste and quality

Crispy Chaat

digging in Customers at the shop.The crispy feel and the taste of the food over here will compel you to visit this shop again and again. Though customers change everyday, the quality has remained the same for the last 15 years.

Started by Seetharam Bhat, the eatery is quite popular for chaats, sweets, Chinese items, juices and cone ice creams among the shoppers who come to the shopping complex. The aroma of the chaats spreads around the place
teasing the tastebuds of passers-by.  

The sweet category includes badam halwa, coconut burfi, jalebi, peda, mysore pak, laddu, gulab jamun, sohan papdi, carrot halwa and other items whereas samosa, samosa masala, dahi samosa, papdi chaat, aloo dahi puri, aloo puri, tomato puri, bread chaat, masala puri, pani puri, dahi puri and sev puri form the chaat menu. Gobi manchurian, noodles and fried rice are included in Chinese category.

“As our shop is inside the shopping complex, many customers have made it a habit to eat here whenever they come for shopping. When we started, the business was dull, but now there is not a single day when we have dearth of customers,” says Seetharam Bhat.

Nagaraj has been working as the main cook for the last 15 years and he has maintained the same mode of preparation. Since the place has many customers, it becomes tough to cater to the demands of the customers during weekends.
The eatery is popular among the students of BNM College and KIMS institute who frequent the place often. “Many youngsters including school kids come here in morning hours for breakfast. But we get a heavy crowd during weekends which comprises clients from all age group,” says Seetharam Bhat.


Young boys and girls, who frequent the place for its flavoursome preparations, are all praises for the items. “I have been to the place many a times for its fresh and hot samosas.  All the food items are good here and ‘masala puri’ and ‘bhel puri’ need a special mention for their unique taste,” says Shwetha, a regular customer. Agrees her mother Latha Kamath, who likes fresh juices here. “Though we have to wait for a while during weekends, we don’t mind,” she says.

The eatery opens at 9 in the morning and closes at 9.30 in the night. For details, call 26712154.

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