As we approached, we were warmly greeted by the smiling Khushi Ram. A closer look of his working table and we were impressed with the hygiene he maintained. Each and every item was neatly placed and kept absolutely tidy. He himself was very active and moved his hands in swift mechanised manner to prepare the order. Even moving a few steps away to pick up some stuff was in a quick movement. Had his mask on all the time.
In the Lutyen’s Delhi, just a few meters away from Rashtrapati Bhawan, in middle of where Members of Parliament or Ministers reside, there is this Mysore Café !! This outlet is serving some authentic, no-nonsense, rustic South Indian fare. Last weekend, we visited this place and savoured our breakfast comprising Sambar Vada, Set Dosa and Mysore Masala Dosa, of course with a cup of Filter Coffee.
Faridabad is an adjoining town of Delhi, a part of NCR and the perception is that not many options are available there for breakfast. In my earlier blogpost I had talked about two good breakfast options in Faridabad. Today, we explored a few more, taking the count to five. We had a sort of three-course breakfast comprising Fruits, Kachori Subzi and Chhole Bhature.