As promised, I am back with the post on KOD. After Zangoora, It was time to satisfy our appetite and explore culture gully.
Culture Gully is a grand, plush and air conditioned version of Delli Haat. It includes street performances, artisans and handicraft stores from the four corners of India where you can pick up some cool souvenirs, ranging from earrings to clothes, coffee mugs to home ware, and glass bangles to branded diamond jewelry. If one is not in the mood of shopping and getting bore of watching performances of street dancers, they can change their mood by having variety of cuisines. We tried our very own Delhi Chaat Stall…gulped loads of panipuri, had samosey chaat and papri chaat and finally in the desserts we had my favourite Jalebi with Rabri. Ok…I don’t want to sound like a food critic but the Jalebi I had there was the best I have ever had with Rabri which was just apt…not too cold, not too hot and the rest of the meal was sumptuous.
In the end, we had Filter Kappi in Madras Cafe to unwind.
This was the mesmerising Cafe where we had our “Kappi” 😛
After having Coffee, we again went on our frolic to explore more…
You enter the Mumbai stall through a local train compartment, which is topped by the façade of the Victoria Terminus and Bollywood movie posters.
Oh I just loved this staircase in the Mumbai Stall…My favourite part 🙂 🙂
Towards the end of the boulevard are the Goa and Kerala stalls, complete with a faux beach and a beach shack serving up grilled sea food.
After exploring all, if you are tired, you can get a genuine massage to rejuvenate yourself. Gully also offer other facilities like a mystical centre where you can know your future with tarot card readers, palmists and astrologists.
Or have some Gyaan in the Spiritual Gully 😛 😀 :O