Photo: Tiretta Bazaar is dead, long live Tiretta Bazaar. So we finally made it to 'Chinese Breakfast' in Sun Yat Sen Lane. Too late, too late -- at least by a decade. Two and a half stalls, run by Nepalis, selling stodge that's a far cry from the real thing. However, great supply of Chinese greens (catering to the restaurant market methinks) underfoot. Clockwise from front: what i imagine to be giant bok choi, chives, mak choi (a fragrant green, and this was a find; see http://www.evergreenseeds.com/chlefrch.html), a nice head of broccoli, celery, and gorgeous mung bean sprouts (perfect for pho). All for the princely sum of sixty-five rupees! Kolkata lebt!
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Amit Dixit
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Tiretta Bazaar is dead, long live Tiretta Bazaar. So we finally made it to 'Chinese Breakfast' in Sun Yat Sen Lane. Too late, too late -- at least by a decade. Two and a half stalls, run by Nepalis, selling stodge that's a far cry from the real thing. However, great supply of Chinese greens (catering to the restaurant market methinks) underfoot. Clockwise from front: what i imagine to be giant bok choi, chives, mak choi (a fragrant green, and this was a find; see http://www.evergreenseeds.com/chlefrch.html), a nice head of broccoli, celery, and gorgeous mung bean sprouts (perfect for pho). All for the princely sum of sixty-five rupees! Kolkata lebt!
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