I haven't actually had the nerve to go to most street stalls to buy food -- cleanliness is often suspect, and a meal at a "good" restaurant costs about as much as a King-Size Snickers in the United States. Bademiya is a really big food seller, however, and seemed to have more upmarket clientele. I got a Paneer masala roll and aloo tiki (which was really a potato kebab, instead of the deep-fried I've been used to in Berkeley).
PhotographerJoe Morris
Exposure0.400 s (1/2)
Focal Length4.5mm
Flash UsedNo


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