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Old 24th July 2012, 20:41   #421
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You mean the Chanakya restaurants ? Where do you get nicely flavoured meats there ?
i mean cooked and flavored.
the double fried dry pork is almost a national dish for all of them.
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... Assam houses?
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Restaurant at Assam bhawan(jakoi, i think)- medium prices, and one of the few places where you can get duck for less...
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Duck?? You mean duck as in the bird duck??
Nice review here: Jakoi (1 Sardar Patel Marg, Assam Bhawan,Crossing of Kautilya Marg & Sardar Patel Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi) yummraj
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You mean the Chanakya restaurants ? Where do you get nicely flavoured meats there ?
@Eddy: Tried the sizzlers there? Go to Chimney 16 in the evening (almost the last outlet in the row) and tell the owner, Sanjay Malhotra, that I sent you. You're likely to get better preparations!
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Lol: Know Sanjay uncle for almost a decade now.
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Lol: Know Sanjay uncle for almost a decade now.
Eddy, you just dug up some trouble - Sanjay is about my age, so if you call him 'uncle', I don't know you... I call his dad 'uncle', the dad is usually around only in the daytime. Known them since 1996, how many decades does that make?
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Oh, i didnt know we had aficionados here.
ok,try the :
For assam bhawan, pre order the duck.
call it in.
Thanks a ton for the heads up. Seems I ve a lot of catching up to do. It's been ages since I ve visited chanakya area or for that matter NFC. Remember digging a lot on shawarmas. Don't even remember the joints now. GOSH!!!
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Wow...glad to see people interested in bhavans and ducks here

w.r.t bhavans some of the fav are in no order :-

1) Assam bhavan : Jakhoi - Their parampara thali is totally value for money and as mentioned the duck is good

2)Goa niwas : mostly fresh seafood at reasonable prices, if possible give a call before going there but again completely value for money food

3) Andhra Bhawan : Need to say any more : mutton fry still tastes good though the taste and quality has gone down overall over the last 10 years or so.

4) TN bhawan : Another place to have a good biryani and decent malabar parrotta with chettinad chicken. Though head from someone that quality has gone down in last 6 months (not visited for last 8-9 months or so)

5) Sikkim house : Sad to hear about it ...it was one of the fav but then around 1.5 yr back or so we felt that quality went down, so stopped going there.

For duck : apart from places mentioned above (yum yum tree : absolutely amazing place with delicious food and probably the best cheesecake in town) people can also try Rara Avis (its a new french restaurant in GK2 mkt - cost for two around 2.5k)
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2)Goa niwas : mostly fresh seafood at reasonable prices, if possible give a call before going there but again completely value for money food
Goa?
Is that the one on amrita shergill?
(Or whatever that road is called. Its c close to it)
I did not know they had an open restaurant.. ...
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The restaurant is called viva o Viva. If you move little forward from TN bhavan (while coming from Chanakya turn) the road turns right. Its just 100 mts ahead on left after the turn.

for the best goan food in NCR : look no further than bernardo's in galleria mkt, DLF phase 4.

Just forgot to add in my previous post : had amazing Rabbit meat terrine at Rara Avis.


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Goa?
Is that the one on amrita shergill?
(Or whatever that road is called. Its c close to it)
I did not know they had an open restaurant.. ...

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had amazing Rabbit meat terrine at Rara Avis.
Just checked their menu on Zomato. Cannot find rabbit mentioned anywhere.
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Terrine De Jerome (Meat Pate) is done with Rabbit meat there. You can confirm it with servers there.


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Just checked their menu on Zomato. Cannot find rabbit mentioned anywhere.
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Oh great, thanks. Looks to be worth a try then.
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for the best goan food in NCR : look no further than bernardo's in galleria mkt, DLF
Seconded. Now that you have reminded, ordering tonight.
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Checked out Galinha Cafreal and Pork Vindaloo at Bernardo's today for a late lunch. Awesome food and a ride in the rain thereafter made my day. Great food at great prices.
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Friends, fellow delhiites, need a help here. Can somebody suggest good bakeries in Delhi. As close to Dwarka as possible.
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Around Dwarka : Polka (a branch is in dwarka, i have always tried janakpuri ones and they are decent but not great)

Otherwise following are favorite :-
1) Wenger : no need to say more (best focaccia in town, nice cheese jalapeno bread, awesome choclate truffle with just the right amount of sweetness, need not to say that they make one of the best shammi in town)
2) Defence bakery : Def col market
3) Angels in my kitchen
4) Red moon bakery : Okhla (sell through various stores like godrej, their banana chocolate cake is awesome : specially if you make french toast out of it)

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Friends, fellow delhiites, need a help here. Can somebody suggest good bakeries in Delhi. As close to Dwarka as possible.
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