If you’re a regular at the Sunday Soul Sante, you would be familiar with at least some of our most popular food brands. But regular or not, we bring you some of the best food brands from all over the city, with a mix of new and old vendors. So no matter when you visit, you’ll always find something new to munch on when you take a break from shopping! Here’s a guide to some of our favourite food vendors that bring you flavours from across the country!
MH12 Pav Bhaji
As the name suggests, the MH12 stall has only one product - their signature pav bhaji, which is enough to get them on this list! Their Pav Bhaji is mouth watering, with buttery pavs and a perfectly spiced bhaji, that together work up a fire combo. Grab one of these around noon and you’re set for a few hours of shopping!
NizaamsFor when you need to grab a quick bite, or want a meal to go, Nizaams is your best bet. Bringing the authentic Kaati Roll all the way from Kolkata, Nizaams has a simple menu with authentic flavours. Ranging from veg to non veg rolls, Nizaams makes for a perfect on-the-go light meal.
Meen-Da-VanasPrawn Ghee Roast, anyone? Meen Da Vanas brings the taste of Mangalore right to Sunday Soul Sante. From meen curry, to ghee roast prawns, and soft fluffy idlis to go with, Meen Da Vanas is a seafood lover’s respite at SSS. Don’t forget to grab a beer before you head here, cause you will definitely end up ordering seconds!
Bombay ChaatsNo city does chaat better than Bombay and no one does it better than Bombay Chaats by Veena and Sudha Hebbar. From filling puchkas to lovely dahi chaats, they have it all and more! Grab a friend and put this on your to-do list!
PigOutPig Out is one of our oldest vendors and brings the authentic Kodava (Coorgi) cuisine to the flea. With very few brands in India serving this cuisine, Pig Out is unique in its authenticity, with flavours that are difficult to find anywhere else.s
OinkOinkOink Oink is one of our regular vendors at SSS and an old favourite, serving only one dish - the Pandi Curry! Their meaty pandi curry is a spice packed dish made over a long time with careful attention and is paired with cloud-soft sannas. Word to the wise - they usually sell out early in the day, so grab a plate for lunch or get it packed and have them set it aside for you, much in advance.