Fab India Bhurji

Okay before you actually think that Fab India, the popular ethnic wear brand has come out with it's own version of Bhurji Pav containing organic spices, vegetables and eggs laid by hens reared on cornfeed, allow me to dispel all such thoughts. I am referring here to the Bhurji Pav wala outside Fabindia, Kala Ghoda. I visited this small table stall that dishes out Omlettes, Bhurji, Egg Pulao, Vegetable Pulao and Masala Pav today. But at a Bhurji Pav stall, you order Bhurji. Made with two eggs, few slices of tomato, chopped onion and a secret masala this was one of the best Bhurjis I had tasted in ages.

Over mouthfuls of hot morsels, I spoke to Karan a migrant from Delhi, who runs the stall. He tells me that he has been around even before Fab India set shop with a sense of pride in his voice. He starts his business at 7PM and shuts down by midnight, using up about 3 crates of eggs every evening. My friend Kiran, who is an aspiring solicitor told me how he and his colleagues spent at least one evening at this stall post work. Costing a modest Rs. 25 it can fill you up quite well. The spicy Bhurji serves as a great alternative to chaat and sandwiches. I will definitely be back to sample the other eggs delicacies that Karan dishes out every evening.

Comments

Nikita P. said…
Ahaa.. Great. Now maybe you could plan a Trek for Food here in Mumbai. The search for the perfect food in the most unknown places.The search for another volunteer ends with me.
Rushikesh said…
Hey Nikita, thanks for reading. And yes sounds like a great idea. We could cover the sights of Bombay along with the food too :)
Jason said…
Always thought of doing a food trail under the 'Travel Tuesday' banner but I guess you can do a brilliant job on that :)
Rushikesh said…
The banner doesn't matter man, lets do it sometime soon!
Tamanna said…
Egg bhurji at the roadside stalls - I eat it, die, and go to heaven. And then I come back for more. Every time :P
Rushikesh said…
Yes Madam! Do you get it at Bangalore?
Anonymous said…
I'm not a fan of Bhurji (as I told you earlier), but reading this made me want to sample some from this stall. Will drop by someday to have it and shall call you. Hope you are around. Sharing it with you would be awesome :)
Rushikesh said…
That would be great! Post work Bhurji and much more, deluxe is close by too ;)
Anonymous said…
Done :)
kalindimanek said…
Sirjee! Something for vegetarians, please? :)
Rushikesh said…
Very soon! I haven't come across anything exceptional. Will definitely blog when I do, in fact I'll take you all there :)

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