Delicacies with a different touch

Delicacies with a different touch

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Popular: An outside view of the eatery.

This tiny joint has revolutionised the concept of a chaat centre in South Bangalore with its vast menu, modern applications and professional touch.

Consisting of trained chefs, who are specialised in preparing chaats, Pogo Chats offers a number of South Indian, North Indian, Sindhi, Bihari, Bengali and Chinese delicacies. Shripathi Rao, the owner, has many dreams and wants to make his shop a big brand name for chaats.

“The concept of this store is inspired by the Western pizza and chicken corners which operate attractive shops across the globe. Pogo Chats has already become popular among youth and gradually, I will expand this concept to make it one of the most popular shops in the City,” he says.

Why the name Pogo Chats? “I was in search of a catchy and simple name and even consulted vaastu experts for the same. My extensive search ended with this name, which is already popular among kids and youth.”

The uniqueness of Pogo Chats lies in the different way in which the chaat items are prepared.

They use less masala items and gravy and use a lot of fruits and dry fruits in their items instead.

“Spicy masalas are not good for health. Vegetables and fruits are good for digestion. And our chefs are from a village in Jharkand which is known for its chaats. So our customers can recognise the difference in taste and quality,” says Shripathi Rao.

The corner serves usual chaats items along with papdi chaat, chole kachori, dahi kachori, chole samosa, Chinese chole masala, Chinese sev puri, Chinese bhel puri, Sindhi pani puri, dry fruits pani puri and patti chaats like ragda patti, cheese ragda patti and chole patti.

“The Pogo Chats is situated in an ideal place. As it is in front of the Bugle Rock Park, we can savour the chaats after an evening walk. Even Gandhi Bazaar is very close to this place. So after shopping, one can relax here and savour its mouth-watering snacks and chaats. Recently, they have opened another shop at N R Colony which also serves a lot of items in a hygienic environment,” says Ambika Nair, a student of Indian Cost Works Association, Bangalore Chapter.

For details, call Shripathi Rao on 9742578321.

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