Bhajji is a very popular type of fritter in many states in India, especially Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Odisha, Assam and West Bengal. In south it’s commonly known as “bhajji”, whereas it is known as “bhajiya” in the other states.
Nowadays you can eat bhajjies all over the country, and also in other places like Sri Lanka and Malaysia.
Bhajji is a snack food where various vegetables are dipped in a mixture of gram flour batter and deep fried. Though my family is from Sri Lanka, we love bhajjies very much 😉
Divan Restaurant is a Turkish restaurant, you can find in Brabrand at Holmstrupgårdvej 18.
Are you looking for a different experience that’s not expensive at all, go for Divan. Divan is actually always crowded with the local people of Brabrand visiting the place each day. You’ll definitely not get the feel of being in Denmark 😉 I think it’s a very different and charming thing 😉
There are some Indian restaurants in Denmark. I have visited some of them, where Restaurant Paprika in Odense is definitely my favourite Indian restaurant I’ve visited so far. When I am in Odense, we mostly go to Paprika, because we really love the food here 😉 Also the Indian take away “Classic Indian” in Odense is very popular, but if you ask me, Paprika is much better. Also Paprika offers take away, by the way 😉
I have some pictures here from 2 of my recent visits. Go for their garlic and peshwari naan. They are sooooo good!
One of my favorite Italian restaurants in Aarhus is Restaurant Grappa. Grappa is a very Italian restaurant with charming Italian food, located at the Aarhus stream in the city – Åboulevarden 60. The food is the modern versions of traditional Italian food. It is not a typical Italian restaurant, but still super charming and with amazing food.
Aarhus Street Food, located at Ny Banegårdsgade 46, near the bus station in Aarhus, is actually a garage made into a place with several stalls selling street food from around the world. You find stalls with Danish rye bread menus, afro-carribean food, Vietnamese food, French crepes and much more. I’ve seen several vegetarian/vegan bloggers been praising this place, but I’m not very much surprised with the vegetarian/vegan selection, as there’re mostly French fries, salads and stuff like that, and a few stall offering 1 or 2 vegetarian/vegan items, which is not really good (in taste). I try to be very frank – therefore writing down this. If you are very hungry and need a cozy place, where you can sit down and eat/enjoy your food, then don’t go for the Street Food. Aarhus Street Food is a mess of a place, not cozy at all and the food is not that good compared to the price!!