-By Rashmi Uday Singh
No prizes for guessing that bheja is the star item of this tiny, roofless cart that can be found either at the corner of Patil House on the main road or in the adjacent bylane. Head here early or you'll have to settle for bhurji instead of bheja. For over two decades, the owner Namya (how'd you guess?) has been cooking up fresh batches of bheja that vanish in a jiffy. Juicy and spiced according to your palate, the Bheja Masala is a treat, enjoyed best with Masala Pao. Even the Bheja Rice is worth a try.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
My friend came to me and asked to go out. I was hungry and wanted to have something good and delicious. He took me to a cart named Namyasheth Bhejawala. My first reaction was NO…but then he convinced me. I had Bheja Masala with Masala Pao and Bheja Rice. Both were good and lip-smacking. I must say it is a great cart that serves amazing food in the least time.
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