So we have papri chaat and generally kachoris with aloo sabzi and/or a chutney. But Sanjay uses kachoris in place of the more traditional papris to create a piquant cross between chaat and raj kachoris. Quite fabulous and quite a tongue tickler. Rs 20 only for a single kachori. Also sells the more traditional varieties of chaat. He has been setting his thela there he said since 2002. A satisfied customer eating the same told me he has been visiting this chaatwallah for 12 years now. This beats the pricey Raj Kachori in places like Bikanervala and Haldiram hollow, he said. Could not agree more. At Dariba in the evenings between 6:30 pm and 11 pm.