Rambo’s Little Tea Stall @ Dalhousie


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As you walk down the Mall Road in Dalhousie, in the middle of the ever busy, ever crowed road a bright yellow Piaggio Vespa, with names of dishes written all around the scooter catches your attention. And then you notice man with long beard with a salt and pepper touch, the mastermind behind this awesomely creative tea stall on a scooter- Sunil Pawar aka Rambo, that’s how he loved to be called. This mobile tea stand looks totally cool, funky and eccentric.

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Uncle Rambo’s Bread omlette is known to one and all in and around Gandhi chowk and he seems to be pretty popular amongst locals. He has been selling Bread Omlette, Maggi, Sandwiches, Half Fried Eggs, Egg Bhurji, French Toast and more for almost 20 years now. Serving everyone with a smile Rambo is showstopper at the chowk. The otherwise ordinary looking Tibetian market suddenly starts to look vibrant with the yellow scooter strategically stationed.

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He also proudly displays his newspaper articles that have been written on him. Framed they hang in his yellow Piaggio. Everyone who crosses that path he makes sure to exchange a smile with one and all. Once you are there at his stall don’t forget to ask for some hot and sizzling Maggi and his Indianised French toast with tomato sauce. The hot, fluffy and soft toast is just perfect for a winter evening and don’t forget to add some boiled eggs to your plate. Cold winter evening, breezy weather and the hot sip of ginger tea, nothing beats the flavour of this simple tasting lip smacking goodies from Rambo’s scooter.

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Full of excitement and energy one can never spot Rambo without a smile. His colourful persona, the brighter than bright yellow scooter, and those yum yum snacks makes your trip till this spot just perfect.

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Anuradha says:

    Wow! Suddenly it felt as if Rambo uncle is right in front on me, you put life in words!

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    1. Ayandrali says:

      Thanks Anuradha… Any time in Dalhousie, do make it a point to visit him

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  2. Priti says:

    Clap for his creativity and your words to present it in wonderful way
    I have also tried his Maggi and toast…it was yum

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  3. Samrat Dey says:

    Precise and great story.

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