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Old 18th September 2007, 09:04   #166
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You guys can try "Falafel" in Koramangala, its a special dish made in Israel and Middle East...something like a bread filled with vegetables and something like pakoras filled inside..very yummy!
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Old 18th September 2007, 10:56   #167
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Guess you missed to mention the music ......

I think you did not go with a date, else she would have not missed the music @ Olive.
I did mention the singing and guitar playing, that was fun. And lol, no I did not go on a date, but that does not stop me from appreciating the music. It's both my hobby and my profession.

The DJ had played a nice latin based electronic nu-jazz CD. He was chilling too, walking around the place. WHile I enjoy this kind of music very much, I have a lot of it so I did not find it remarkable enough to mention.

Fans of Purobeach and Barrio Latino and early jose padilla and stefan poumpougnac will understand what I mean. Shako if you like this kind of music, PM me I will send you some
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Hint: Wear whites, cottons, light colours, khaki shorts, light coloured jeans or linen pants. Sit outside. Order the cocktails - bloodys, margies, cosmos etc. It's great fun. A good time to reserve a table is 12.30 pm. Call them the previous evening or as soon as you wake up on sunday morning.
Yeah making a booking early is a necessity. Its funny you mention khaki shorts because thats what I had on the last time I went there(sponsored) !

Oh and that girl in the second pic you took is a friend of mine. Got to check with her if she saw a yeti snapping pics invading peoples privacy
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Its funny you mention khaki shorts because thats what I had on the last time I went there(sponsored) !
Why would you want all of Team-BHP to know that your shorts were sponsored?
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Why would you want all of Team-BHP to know that your shorts were sponsored?
My bill there was sponsored mr.kasapi. Now for your wisecrack you owe me a buffet there!

Oh and mistaken identity, that girl isnt my friend after all.
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Yes, near your house, there is Stones. Also Peco's and Mojo's. All three do a good English breakfast. For nice Belgian waffles, there's Cafe Terra in K'mangala, on 80 ft Rd.
Didn't really like mojo's.One hundred gandhis for two slices of toasted bread.Walked out and went to koshy's.Will try out stones and peco's though.
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Didn't really like mojo's.One hundred gandhis for two slices of toasted bread.
Isn't a gandhi slang for a 100 rupee note?

So you paid Rs. 10,000/- for toast?! Man Bangalore has become expensive.
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Isn't a gandhi slang for a 100 rupee note?
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Are you pulling my leg,or is gandhi slang only for a 100 rupee note?
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Completely OT: sorry but a gandhi was the original slang for a 100 rupee note (the first note to have Mahatma Gandhi on it)

I suppose now it could be used for all the notes with Gandhiji on it.

So did you hand over one hundred notes of 100, 500 or 1000? lol
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Completely OT: sorry but a gandhi was the original slang for a 100 rupee note (the first note to have Mahatma Gandhi on it)

I suppose now it could be used for all the notes with Gandhiji on it.

So did you hand over one hundred notes of 100, 500 or 1000? lol
Ooh,~!Didn't pay them anything,walked out and went to koshys.

Modjos is not the place for a sunday morning breakfast.100 bucks for toast,another 120 for a cheese omlette,the same for a plate of sausages.Would rather pay another 100 and go for a buffet breakfast at ashokas.

AKSHAY!,don't reccomend places where you've got free food .
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Then I'd better stop recommending any place at all.

No, Mojo's and Stones have a nice breakfast only on Sundays. All the three joints are owned by that Timms guy, and they all have the same menu and MO. Koshy's is expensive.
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Any feedback on Unwind Island lunch buffet? Also how is the food at H20?


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Food at H20 is decent, not the greatest . The ambience is good with aquarium kinda tables ( dint get the right term for it). Though i heard lately that the fishes have disappeared from some of them.
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Any place that serves good dinner? or someone who would deliver "healthy food" at home?
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Well hearing about Olive I gonna book it .Yeah! Yeah! pretty soon for my special day
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