This Is What Kapil Sharma Feels About Mumbai’s Vada Pav | Curly Tales

by Tejashee Kashyap
This Is What Kapil Sharma Feels About Mumbai’s Vada Pav | Curly Tales

From crispy deep-fried snacks to mouth-watering curries, Amritsar’s street food has something to offer everyone. Amritsar’s street food is a paradise for foodies. With its rich blend of spices and flavours, it is sure to tantalise your taste buds and leave you craving for more. Our Editor-in-Chief, Kamiya Jani experienced something similar when comedian and actor Kapil Sharma joined us on this episode of Tere Gully Mein. 

But it’s not just Amritsar’s street food that has Sharma’s heart. Mumbai’s ever-famous vada pav is also the champion of the comedian’s likeness.

Kapil Sharma’s Tryst With Vada Pav

Vada Pav is a quintessential Bambaiya dish and is a must-try. When Sharma came to Mumbai in his maiden days, his love for Vada pav blossomed. Since then, it has become an integral part of Kapil Sharma’s life.

Mumbai’s street food is synonymous with vada pav. Just for snacks, you say? But there is no ‘just.’ Some of the happiest eating can take place off the table, at any time.  Unpretentious street food like the vada pav is how you start your journey towards exploring Mumbai’s street food.

The food scene in Mumbai is a melting pot of different cultures and cuisines, with a plethora of options available. Apart from vada pav, Sharma said that his tryst with Mumbai street food still needs exploration. However, his go-to eatery spots remain kebabs from Bademiya and samosas from Soam.

Also Read: These Are Kapil Sharma’s Favourite Eateries In Mumbai | Curly Tales

Exploring Amritsar’s Signature Food

Amritsar is indisputably one of India’s most alluring food destinations. If there is one street food that is ubiquitous and symbolic to the city, it has to be its famous chole kulche. It is this comforting and delicious flavour that has made its way into the hearts of many people. Amritsari Kulcha qualifies as a delicious meal all by itself.

While Kamiya Jani and Kapil Sharma explored the streets of Amritsar, he mentioned how chole kulche remains a staple culinary delight of this vibrant city. However, the secret to savouring this dish well is generously glazing the kulcha with a dollop of butter. At least according to Kapil Sharma.

It’s also lassi season and Sharma indicates how tall the glasses used to be for just a sip! He mentions how eateries used to serve a long swig of lassi from a cool clay flask or a stainless-steel tumbler. After all, it’s the drink for the summer season.

More reasons why you need to watch this video? Well, this will get you bookmarking all the cool street food places that you must visit when you’re in Amritsar. Looking at all of these yummy treats definitely made us drool!

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