We stopped at one stall across Savera, and got all that we wanted — they all pretty much serve the same thing and I guess you stay loyal to one to get the best of everything. While our quail was cooking, we got ourselves the mutton and the chicken kebabs. The mutton, searing hot, continued to sizzle on our little paper plates. The marination had a coriander-yogurt base, made the mutton tender and even the fat that it came with was sensational to eat. The mutton disappeared fast and close on its heels was the chicken. This was the customary red masala, a Kashmiri red chilli-coriander-yogurt base which fortunately does not leave your fingers stained. Then came the quail. While the masala was nice, quail being quail was rather bony.
Price: INR 10 upwards
Timings: Street carts and stalls begin business daily, 6pm onwards
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Photos: Ruth DSouza Prabhu