Skip to main content

Food Culture of Aurangabad


New Taste in the Town!


Aurangabad, September 6, 2017 : Aurangabadkars have now turned foodie and hence number of cafes, restaurants, ice-cream parlors have increased in the city.  A new concept of food truck has become trendy which is something new for the residents of the city. Almost a week ago, Yummy Tummy Food Truck has started at Kalda corner by Dhawal Momaya and Priyank Chopda. In the first five days only, the food truck received a great response from the people and hence gave a new start to one more food truck in the city and increased the count of food trucks of the city. A variety of sandwiches are available here and people are enjoying the taste at a large scale. The owners have created the flavors of the sandwiches by themselves which is something new this time for the people as many flavors available here are not available in the city. “I am very fond of toast sandwiches. I used to roam about and taste sandwiches at different places but never got a taste which I wanted. So, I along with my partner decided to start a food truck with variety of sandwiches which are really turning out to be delicious.” said Mr. Priyank Chopda, one of the owners.


Bombay Chutney, Chatpata Aloo, Green Chilly Garlic, Pizza Punch, Tangy Tikki, Yummy Tummy Tandoori, Corn Spinach, Peppy Paneer, Creamy Corn and Chocolate Cheese Sandwich are the different flavors of sandwiches available. “The concept is new and its going to work well as it is new in this area. The reason I came here is chocolate cheese sandwich, that’s it. I have tried this flavor at many places but never really liked any of them. The taste here is incredible as compared to others and I just loved it.” Said one of the customers. 


New about this food truck is an dish that is available; “Cheese Papdi”. This is for the first time that Aurangabad is experiencing such kind of dish. Along with this order, there are two variations available in the dish itself, i.e. Italian Cheese Papdi and Indian Cheese Papdi. Till now the response is good from the customers and hence the truck is found to be lively all the time. This was about the unique dish available at the truck, talking about the specialty of the truck, “Ice Cream Sandwich” is what the truck has got. Also, this dish has too got sub-menu with it. The variations are Juicy Pineapple Sandwich, Chunky Chocolate Sandwich and Cookie Delight Sandwich.



The trend of food trucks is drastically increasing in the city and slowly becoming a nice part of the society and is also competing with cafes and restaurants. People of the city are looking forward for new idea, concepts and especially new dishes to taste which is turning out to be the best part for people who have different tastes in their hands! The concept of food truck is not so new but is turning out to be popular now a days and hence it is really a good concept for a start-up as not much investment is needed in the start, compared to cafes and restaurants.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

An Interview with Colonel

Teaching and Guidance acts as an important part or we can say is an important aspect of life. It is something which never ends i.e. no matter of what age you are or where you are, teaching and guidance can be done in any manner with anyone. Many people have told the importance of it in their own means. Similarly, L. Colonel Dr. Satish Dhage, Director of MGM Institute of Competitive Examinations (ICE) have said the importance and explained it. Dr. Dhage have served as an officer in Indian army and at present are the director of MGM ICE as well as a lecturer in the same.
Q. What role does teaching and guidance play in your life based on your experience from a medico-army officer to the Director of M.G.M ICE?
A. "In reality, teacher’s role is the most important role, because as far as talent is concerned, every person is talented. I believe that there is 100% energy in every person and if you want to be successful, what requires is a proper direction. I believe that there are 3 D’s wh…

Siddhant versus State – A fight for disabled students (Court)

Siddhant versus State – A fight for disabled students



Aurangabad, March 9, 2018: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has refrained from striking down the circular dated 17/10/2017 except for Siddhant. The circular will not affect rights of the disabled child and he can appear for exams for the subjects he opted in standard 9 unlike other students who have to appear for the exams as per the circular issued by the CBSE board which includes change in the curriculum.
Siddhant Manudhane suffering from dyslexia, dysgraphia and dyscalculic, disability in reading, writing and understanding arithmetic which is learning disability. Student of standard 10 at Kashinath Palod Public School at Jalgaon that is affiliated to CBSE board under the control of Union of India. The regional office of CBSE is at Chennai and the main board is at Prit Vihar, Delhi.
According to Writ Petition No. 1744 of 2005, with a mutual agreement between the State Government Educational and Authorities and all sc…

“Mom and dad only send us to beg and bring money”: Child Beggars (Social Issue)

“Mom and dad only send us to beg and bring money”: Child Beggars

Vadodara, January 18, 2018: Child beggars have increased in the society and should now be looked upon as the parents who are responsible for the nourishment of children are themselves sending them for begging and bringing money at home.
“My name is Shiv. I am 12 years old and I have a sister of 9 years old. We beg daily from morning to evening and then we go back home at night. My dad is addicted to alcohol and my mom doesn’t care much about us.” Said one of the child beggars. Shiv said that his place for begging was fixed and he never thought about changing it because he used to earn the highest amount of money from that particular area. Continuing he said,” I have no shame in begging because my mom told me that it is okay to beg in families like ours. I don’t understand much about whatever she talks but many a times, she cries a lot and my father doesn’t even look at her.”
Raju, a 13 year old kid, who begs daily and stay…