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Bhel Puri - - 0:14
Ragada Patties - 3:27

Filter Coffee - - 8:00
Indian Cappuccino - - 15:13
Tandoori Chai - - 18:26
Vada Pav - - 21:43
Corn Pakoda - - 28:16

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About Bhel Puri
Bhelpuri is a savory snack originating from India and is also a type of chaat. It is made of puffed rice, vegetables and a tangy tamarind sauce, and has a crunchy texture. The original Mumbai recipe has spread to most parts of India, where it has been modified to suit local food availability. Dry bhel is made from bhadang, a spicy namkeen from Western Maharashtra, and is consumed after garnishing with onions, coriander and lemon juice. The Bengali variant of bhelpuri is called jhalmuri (meaning "spicy puffed rice"). A native Mangalore variant of bhelpuri is known as churumuri or churmuri in Mangalore.[8]Bhelpuri is made from puffed rice and sev (a fried snack shaped like thin noodles made from besan flour) mixed with potatoes, onions, chat masala and chutney and a mixture of other fried snacks as the base of the snack.[
Different chutneys impart a sweet, tangy, or spicy flavour. Two popular chutneys are used: a dark brown sweet one made mainly from dates and tamarind (saunth chutney) and a green spicy chutney made from coriander, mint leaves and green chilies.

About Ragda Patties
Ragda Patties is a dish of mashed potato patties and pea sauce and is part of the street food culture in the Indian states of Maharashtra and Gujarat. It is similar to chhole Tikki, more popular in North India. This dish is a popular street food offering and served at restaurants offering Indian fast food. Pattice may be a localization of the English word patties and refers to the potato cakes at the heart of the dish.

About Filter Coffee
Indian filter coffee is a coffee drink made by mixing frothed and boiled milk with the infusion obtained by percolation brewing of finely ground coffee powder in a traditional Indian filter. The drink is also referred to as Madras filter coffee, Kumbakonam degree coffee, Mylapore filter coffee, Mysore filter coffee, or Palakkad Iyyer coffee. Outside India, the term "filter coffee" may refer to drip brew coffee, which is a distinct form of preparing coffee.

About Indian Capuccinno
Beaten coffee is an Indian home-style coffee beverage made mostly with instant coffee and sugar. It is known as 'beaten' as the process involves beating the coffee and sugar together with a spoon to aerate into a light brown fluffy paste-like substance. It is generally served with warm milk, which creates a thick froth on the top. Another popular way of serving it is by pouring the paste on top of a cup of warm or cold milk.

About Tandoori Chai
Tea beverage is made by boiling black tea in milk and water with a mixture of aromatic herbs and spicesKulhars are unglazed, a hot drink such as tea partially soaks into the interior wall of the kulhar in which it is served. This enhances the beverage's taste and fragrance, which is sometimes described as "earthy".

About Vada Pav
Vada pav, alternatively spelled wada pao, is a vegetarian fast food dish native to the state of Maharashtra. The dish consists of a deep-fried potato dumpling placed inside a bread bun (pav) sliced almost in half through the middle. It is generally accompanied by one or more chutneys and green chili pepper. Although it originated as cheap street food in Mumbai, it is now served in food stalls and restaurants across India. It is also called Bombay burger.

About Pakoda
Pakora is a spiced fritter originating from the Indian subcontinent, sold by street vendors and served in restaurants in South Asia and worldwide. It consists of items, often vegetables such as potatoes and onions, coated in seasoned gram flour batter and deep-fried.