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Old 5th August 2011, 12:16   #1726
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Or, Kim Lee Rajajinagar 5th Block, near Bashyam Circle, I would not rate it as the best chinese ever but, definitely not bad.
I went there once and had a bad experience. Never went there again.
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^ +1 to that - authentic enough. Haven't been there in a while. I have always done take-out from there, never done dine-in.
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Kumarakom in HSR for Kerala food. Was there 2 weeks back and we enjoyed the appam and curry
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Tried out Family Restaurant which falls to your left 5 minutes prior to murugeshpalya crossing on old airport road. Awesome tikka and tandoori Price : around 230 bucks for a full plate of chicken tikka- heavenly

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Had been to Parijatha Gateway at Yeshawantpur recently, very good veg buffet spread for lunch at 168/- all inclusive.
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I have always thought of having Animal Burger since quite long, but didn't have a chance to go to that place.
I'm sure i'm gonna try PLAN B very shortly.
If you are going to Plan B, I suggest you try a few other dishes as well. The 'Animal-Burger' might render you motionless for a while, so before you devour that, order the Hot-Wings. The place is known for that. There are various kinds of hot-wings for people who can or cannot take the spice.

Also, try the bacon-wrapped-beef. It's heavenly.
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^ Plan B sounds very tempting. Is there any any thing for the veggies there? Not for me..for my wife

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Has anyone visited "Toscano" at the Forum value mall ? Reviews seem to be promising...
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Had been to Parijatha Gateway at Yeshawantpur recently, ...
Getting into that place would have taken you longer than enjoying the lunch - bless the Metro construction!
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Has anyone visited "Toscano" at the Forum value mall ? Reviews seem to be promising...
Had been there a while ago, though I am not too much into Italian food, my wife loved it.
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Getting into that place would have taken you longer than enjoying the lunch - bless the Metro construction!

Getting in was okay as I was coming from Metro C&C, but taking the Safari out of the basement is not for noob drivers.
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Had been to Parijatha Gateway at Yeshawantpur recently, very good veg buffet spread for lunch at 168/- all inclusive.
I had been to parijatha Gateway couple of years back. I never liked the food and never felt its VFM. Not sure whether they have improved now.
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any thoughts on "keys" on hosur road? i heard its good.

PS: also heard from my friend that a bottle of mineral water is charged 200 rupees in Crown plaza at E-city
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Been to Feast Restaurant at the Sheraton for brunch on Sunday.Amazing spread of liquor and food with authentic chinese and italion chefs 1700+ taxes
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Tried out Pizzeria Romano in Koramangala last friday. Must say, its a decent place with good italian food and live music, although slightly overpriced for what it is. The ambience was good but the place was a bit over-crowded, akin to Barbeque nation on weekends. Nice starters and wood-fired pizzas, but the sizzlers were a let down. A sumptuous meal came to around 800 per head. Must try item on the menu - wood fired pizzas

Anyone who tried Chandni Chowk in Koramangala? I heard it is pretty good

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