by ShiLpa BN
Had been in my waiting list from a long time as this place is way too far from my place. Received a very warm welcome from the staff. After a small conversation with the staff decided to order something from the menu but was confused as the menu had soo much in it. So I thought of taking their suggestion. We were given with anarkali chat, crazy chat, disco chat and student chat. Everything tasting soo good. Very unique name and taste. Would obviously recommend anyone to try this place.
by Kavya V
We were just walking and my friend wanted to taste chats from here. We just tried one plate of dahi puri from here. It was on the above average scale. They used fresh dahi and the chutneys were really good!!! There are just a few stools to sit. I would surely come back for more when i am around Malleswaram.
by Pavithra Murugan
One cloudy evening, my cousin and I had this sudden craving for chaat. My sister got reminded of this place where she used to drop by for chaat during her school days. Plans were made and ze brother had no option but to tag along and the three of us set out to do some Malleshwaram street shopping and decided to call it a day with some spicy chaat. A tiny congested place that holds just enough room to give in orders and collect the food from the counters. There are a few stools outside the shop on the pavement, and if it's your day, you might get a spot. We went in at around 8.30 PM, and Bangalore's chaat lovers did not seem to take a break. Ordered paani pooris, crazy chaat, sairam special chaat and a bowl masala chaat. Had to wait quite a while for our food to get prepped. The crazy chaat was just corn puffs tossed with all kinds of sauces and topped with sev. While the idea might seem too simple, it definitely was a novel one. The Sairam special chaat was some of fryums again tossed with chutney. Both were quite yummy, I must agree. The bowl masala was what appealed to me the most though. Light on the stomach and there was more to it than just the chutneys, unlike the first two chaats. A bowl full of yumminess, I would say :P. It was layered with papdi, onions, a delicious peas gravy and some sev. Imagine this with a slight drizzle as an add on. Sounds lovely right? A definite heads-up to this place both in terms of the cost and the food! :D