The viral video of flying vada pav has garnered 235,357 views in just two days.
Gone are the days of fancy live kitchens or Turkish ice cream carts serving you with their unique tricks, it is now the turn of our very own desi street food vendors to take over! Remember the video of flying dosa from a Mumbai eatery in which the stall owner finished making dosa and flung it high in the air to reach the customers? Post that viral video, many such quirky food tricks to sell food are fast garnering attention. Now, there is a new video that has gone viral. A street-side eatery from Mumbai is making vada pav in a unique way that has got everyone talking.
Raghu Dosa Wala is a 60-year-old shop at Bora Bazar Street in Fort, Mumbai, popular for serving various snacks such as dosa, idli vada, cheese and masala vada pav etc. But what keeps him and his eatery so unique if the way he makes his vada pavs. Raghu flies the vadas in the air from his spatula and catches them from the other hand. This unique style of making vada pavs has left everyone in splits. He does it so quickly that you might just miss it if you blink! Take a look:
The video posted on Youtube by Aamchi Mumbai has garnered 235,357 views in just two days!
In the video, one can see the vadas after being flung high are stuffed inside buttery, spicy pav’s and loaded with veggies such as onion, capsicum, beetroot and cabbage along with cheese and a whole lot of masalas. Raghu sells this delicious, wholesome snack for just INR 15! Isn’t it amazing?!
Vada Pav is quite a lifeline in Mumbai and one can easily find a stall at every second turn. In a bid to stand out in the crowd perhaps such fun tricks come handy, what do you think?
About Aanchal MathurAanchal doesn’t share food. A cake in her vicinity is sure to disappear in a record time of 10 seconds. Besides loading up on sugar, she loves bingeing on FRIENDS with a plate of momos. Most likely to find her soulmate on a food app.