Eating clean street food is so easy in Delhi now and Masala Train By Osama Jalali an example of that. Ingeniously selected to outfit to a mass market, he has standardised recipes, using local ingredients for favourite street food dishes from across the country; thus nostalgia seems to be a popular theme here. The food is closely linked to our childhood favourites, and people are as slushy about the past as they are excited about the expected upsurge of new food trends. Osama was clever enough to figure one invariable fact of life: even ostentatious cooks occasionally just want to eat kichadi for dinner. However, Masala Trail is not just conventional street food, the tamatar ki chaat, for example, is served piping hot, with an unpredicted vein of sweet and hit of aromatic spices. Lithi chokha from Bihar, Gujrati panki, Mysore chalukya dosa, you will find all this and more at this vegetarian paradise. Do not forget to end your meal with the Haji Ali fruit cream.
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