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A themed restaurant called Chandni Chowk recently opened up at the Mega Mall in Oshiwara (near Andheri, in Mumbai's western suburbs). Named after the bustling street food precinct in Old Delhi, it contains stalls designed to be replicas of actual areas of Chandni Chowk.
All dishes cost 49 rupees ($1) each. This is a lot more expensive than the street food in Delhi. However, the difference is that the food is prepared with Bisleri water, the food handlers wear gloves, and the restaurant is air conditioned. So, you can eat to your heart's content and not have to worry about getting sick!
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