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on February 10, 2014
Mumbaikers love street food. See what all the fuss is about.
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Those cooks don’t wear gloves.
Hah, now that I’ve moved to London I actually miss this unhealthy shet.
I sure am eating healthy over here, but the authentic taste of Indian food
is long gone. Greatly awaiting holidays for a trip to Mumbai.
My mouth is watering.
hows the health issues on the street vendors?
Here puri puri puri, oh wait that’s me calling my cat lol
I really don’t know how many time I have seen this video. I Keep coming
I meant “kind” not “king”. My apologies.
You guys never get sick by eating that kind of street food? I really want
to try it, but I’m scared of getting some king of food poisoning. I hear
that Westerners are more prone to get sick by it.
Street Recipes@dannyboys get creative!
STREET FOOD IN BOMBAY, INDIA.
Love you videos keep them coming!!
I had many of tasty dishes in the street while in India. Fantastic country!
I’m glad that intellectuals like you are around to label people. We would
truly be lost without you.
I’m not afraid…. I have no bowel !
He was just shoving his face
My god, How much do you eat a day?
There are so many diifferent and tasty foods without nuts :D, but peanut
allergy is very rare in India.
Seriously nice vid buddy! This will be really helpful to all foreigners!
He sounds like a gay.
This guy can sure eat a lot…
oh god you eat all the food? lol
yes Rajasathan also a great place..Sorry i forgot to mention…I was there
10years ago it was awesome!!!May be now its more devloped iam sure..Caze
that time also it was well developed and very clean city…City and places
i mentioned you are good to viist..They are neat and clean hygiene etc..:)
Except mumbai is polluted tho.In Mumbai you may see all infrastructural.
But there is pollution like newyork and london..also its crowded.
please check the kitchen/preparation place before eating any food
(restaurant or street )