Patiala Brothers Selling Chaat Wearing A Business Suit Impress Netizens
Image Credit: Image: YouTube @HarryUppal

Indians’ love for chaat knows no bounds. We love it in every way. From papdi chaat, and bhalla chaat to aloo chaat and dhokla chaat, the sheer variety is enough to tell how obsessed we are to enjoy chaat in everything. This is exactly why one can see eateries and food stalls serving chaat popping up every day in different corners of the country. And not just serving chaats, many eateries are introducing new ways to serve chaats in order to stand out. We've seen street vendors coming up with innovative chaats in order to grab attention. One street food vendor, however, decided to do things differently. A 22-year-old boy from Patiala is selling chaat in a stall in Mohali. But the reason he is grabbing eyeballs and what makes his outlet unique is the fact that he serves food while wearing a business suit! Yes, you read that right.  

Manjinder Singh from Patiala has studied hotel management previously. And while employment opportunities were always there, he wanted to do something on his own. He then decided to start the chaat business with his brother. The duo managed to collect their savings and invested a sum of ₹2.5 lakhs in the business in Mohali. 'I Love Punjab' is the name of their stall near Gurudwara Singh Sabha in Phase 11. 

A video, shared by food blogger Harry Uppal on his YouTube channel, showcases the story of the brothers, and has raked in more than 5 lakh views already. His idea of carrying off the business suit is simply to pay tribute to his education as a hospitality student. Take a look at the full video:

The Singh brothers sell a variety of chaat items at their stall – from golgappa chaat, bhalla papdi, papdi chaat to aloo tikki chaat, the Singh brothers have it all. While aloo tikki is fried in pure desi ghee on a copper tawa, especially ordered from Lucknow, for the chaats they have about 12 spices that they prepare themselves along with chutneys including imli and special green chutney. They also serve refreshing summer drinks such as an array of Mojitos in different flavours. All the items are prepared fresh daily and they have a crew of 3-4 people helping them out. A plate of tikki costs ₹60. He says that his family is not aware of his business yet. 

But now, Manjinder reveals they’ve bought a shop nearby where they can shift the business soon. They will also invite their parents for the opening ceremony, and hope it will succeed.