Kolkata ChinaTown Breakfast

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  1. ycl1688 says:

    this video is superbly made.
    Watching it evokes a lot of memories, this strip of land has witnessed many vendors that put in hard work.
    My class mate has to get up early morning 3 am to help the family prepared tai pao and other goodies for sale.
    Then there are others taking long hours of grinding rice to make mee gao pan, the whole family takes part in preparing dishes to sell.
    An elderly person selling cow innards for few rupees.
    Then another person selling yeo teow (oil stick) prepared right in front of your eyes. Thin potato or shrimp fried dough makes one mouth watering.
    The food sold here are unique in the world taste wise, it is the freshness and some mystery ingredients that made it great.
    Those days are long gone.

  2. Bill says:

    Right on ycl. Paul Chung is a school mate of mine in Don Bosco’s Liluah. I used to live fairly close to Teretti Bazaar, and this scene is one I’ve experienced numerous times. Wish I were there.