Bhagatram @Commercial street

Ravi was surprised, “You have never been to Bhagatrams!! Can’t believe it!! You must try the great gulabjamuns there!!” the intensity of his exclamations was far enough convincing that Bhagatram at Commercial street is wortha visit!!

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The opportunity was duly created! The shop not easy to locate thus took some time for us to …

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They offer so many varieties to choose from, the sweets, the snack and even the ‘tiffin varieties’ too! we picked up two…Samosa’s and ‘Gulabjamun’ one being my favorite and other on ‘Ravi’s’ recommendation!!

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Samosa

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Gulabjamun

Liked both a lot! Specially ‘Gulabjamun’s are great! Samosa’s are good, (not great as I prefer the Calcutta samosa’s from the putchka wala on the CMH road, laxmipuram junction the more)

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The jalebi’s looked tempting …and important they do offer both colored and colorless jalebi’s which was good…ambience is not what one should look for as it continues to be a small joint, but remember this is the place after “Woodies” that can be a great shelter to seat and eat after the long shopping walks….Thanks Ravi, indeed was a great place to be in!!

4 Comments so far

  1. VS (unregistered) on March 11th, 2007 @ 8:01 am

    Are those gulab jamuns??!!


  2. Rajesh (unregistered) on March 11th, 2007 @ 11:19 am

    Yes they are!!


  3. Deepa Mohan (unregistered) on March 11th, 2007 @ 1:06 pm

    I remember when the original Bhagat Ram was just a hole-in-the-wall (Literally) operation, and my daughter would not let me into the house if I had come back from Commercial St without samosa and those fresh wonderful Jilebis (that’s the sweet *I* associate with Bhagat Ram) I don’t know about now, but then, one could watch all the ingredients being prepapred, and fried, too, in huge kadahis…an amazing sight which I never had a camera to record for posterity in those days!


  4. Deepa Mohan (unregistered) on March 11th, 2007 @ 1:07 pm

    I remember when the original Bhagat Ram was just a hole-in-the-wall (Literally) operation, and my daughter would not let me into the house if I had come back from Commercial St without samosa and those fresh wonderful Jilebis (that’s the sweet *I* associate with Bhagat Ram) I don’t know about now, but then, one could watch all the ingredients being prepapred, and fried, too, in huge kadahis…an amazing sight which I never had a camera to record for posterity in those days!



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