Chowder Singh’s Street Food Guide
This guide has references to Chowder Singh’s favourite street food and offbeat eating places along with photos n’ location on Google maps. Kindly note that Chowder Singh pays for all his meals. There are no listings against freebies or payment and absolutely no going around looking for free vada pav. If you’ve been to Arif bhai’s kebab stall Pune or any of the food joints listed in the guide, we would love to hear your feedback, either in the comments section below or please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arif bhai’s kebab stall
This is one of the best roadside stalls that I’ve come across in Pune. It has a variety of beef, chicken and mutton kebabs. Everything is cooked on charcoal and served with a spicy mint chutney and sliced onions.
The beef sheekh kebab is excellent. Soft, juicy and succulent. Its pure mastery at work. The chicken tikka is a bit dry to look at, but is in fact, quite soft and very tasty.
But the highlight of the stall is the kari gosht. Kari means stick in the local Muslim lingo. The kari gosht is made by pounding the leg portion of mutton. The pounding makes the meat tender and then the kebab is fried in hot oil. The texture and taste of this kebab is mind blowing. Its juicy, tender and very tasty. Though I’ve had the kari gosht in other places, but Arif bhai does it the best.
Timing – The stall opens everyday in the evening from 7pm to 10pm.
Pricing – The kebabs are very reasonably priced. They’re priced between Rs.25 and Rs.40 a plate.
Location of Arif bhai’s kebab stall Pune on Google maps
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Happy hunting Arif bhai’s kebab stall Pune and chow-chow.