The corner sweet shop

A quick trip to the little shop round the corner from my office for “breakfast” is an option each day during a break in work but it was only yesterday that I noticed the “colour” on offer.
These pictures were taken as I waited for my order of “samosas” to be prepared. The incredibly busy place has this, and more, with sweet and savory delights from across the Sub-continent available.
And this is not the only one. In Bahrain, one is never far away from anything “Indian”, with Indian owned shops, businesses and establishments everywhere, making sure we are never away from “home”.
That said, a standard Indian breakfast here is not only very filling, it is also good value for money, at a dollar, or less, per person.
Pictured are the several kinds of traditional Indian sweets and savoury snacks available, apart from, of course, the breakfast!

 

10 Comments Add yours

  1. writenlive says:

    Amazing! All these snacks that we are so used to 🙂

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    1. Yes! We find these everywhere in Bahrain though not all are well-prepared! This place is a mini India 😁

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  2. I’ll have one of everything I see (and what the heck, the samosa too) and blame the weight gain on you, Mandeep! 🙂
    Lovely pics!

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    1. Thank you. Just some phone pix while I was waiting for my samosas 🙂

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      1. Yes, I read that, but the rest of the farsaan items are enticing for us readers, as well

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      2. They are, of course. There are so many like these here 😃

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      3. Cornershop sweets & savouries will be the death of us Indians from clogged arteries, but what to do? We are like only!

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      4. ☹️☹️

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      5. thatmishmash says:

        Me too 🙂

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  3. thatmishmash says:

    Samosa !!! Guru Kripa Sion !!! My mouth is watering !

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