Getting back to Lokotsav... Besides the array of clothes, handcrafted items and other things on display, they have a little food court which caught my attention. I did end up trying a bit of the food. They have a variety of stalls from different parts of India serving street food and sweetmeats which one could probably only savour when one travels to the place.
The Haryanwi 'Jalebiyas' were the bomb! They made the jalebis right there in Amul ghee and served them piping hot to the crowd. Oh wait, they weren't the regular yellow-orange jalebis we find at sweetmarts in Goa. These were giant brown jalebis. Yummm! Besides, there were Goan stalls serving traditional Goan food as well, but I happily skipped those and treated myself to aloo tikki chaat, dahi vada chaat, lassi, rasmalai and ended my foodtrail with jalebis!
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