Post-Ugadi sales at iconic Papanna mutton stall take a hit, prices up
| Friday | 27th March, 2020
Unlike other meats stalls, one of the oldest in Bengaluru — Papanna mutton stall — doesn’t seem to have been hit by the coronavirus scare.
Loyal customers, though fewer in number, were seen waiting for hours outside the stall, albeit maintaining social distance.
Usually, the day after Ugadi, people line up outside the stall at midnight.
This apart, the shop’s owner had put up a poster requesting customers not to enter without wearing masks or using sanitiser.
Though mutton prices were higher than usual per kg — Rs 700-Rs 750 as opposed to the usual Rs 550-Rs 600 — people still made a beeline outside stalls on Thursday.
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