During the Easter break me and my friend decided to travel to Sydney. Sydney is approximately 900 KM drive from Melbourne. We decided to drive to Sydney to save traveling cost. The drive to Sydney is the most boring drive ever. It is a long straight road, no great landscape to watch or look on the way. Dead straight drive for 900 KM. Will recommend driving only if 3 or more people can drive, you can take turns and will be a bit easier. Well Sydney welcomed us with rains non stop rains for our stay. The funny part is it only stopped raining the day we had to head back to Melbourne. Anyways returning to the food part of the story, well being born and brought up in India rainy weather makes you want to have Chai & Pakoda( Fried stuff). After 10 hours of driving and covering 900 KM we were really hungry and wanted to eat some nice Indian Food. We had gone to stay at our friend's house in Sydney, he told us about this place in Harris park called "Chatkazz" which serves the most authentic Indian street food, but the dilemma was that it was a good Friday holiday and everything was getting shut early, so we decided to go for drinks and next morning to Chatkazz for breakfast at that place. Whole night I decided what all will be eating, must have got dreams about food that night, don't remember now. So this place Harris park is called mini India, it surely felt like one.
Well around this place you will get all sorts of things to eat that you get back in India like Pan, Kulfi-Falooda and Chinese food Indian style. On finally reaching Chatkazz I was mesmerized by the fragrance of Indian spices, It felt like home. I was amazed at reading the Menu as it had a wide variety of Indian snacks, from Dosas to Missal Pav to Jalebi, you think of a Indian snack it will be on their menu. We ordered Dabeli, Vada Pav, Pav bhaji and Ragda Patties. The ambiance and place looked nice though the taste of the food matters the most people forget the rest. One by one our dishes started coming.
Well the food was good, as good as you get back in India. Everything we ordered was really good, I was tempted to try missal pav but I had to try some non veg curries so thought may be next time. As I told you guys earlier this place has a lot of interesting things to offer in the menu and I guess all of them will be as nice as you get back in India. So give this place a try if you are missing Indian food or want to experience how Indian street food taste like.