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Old 22nd April 2008, 10:30   #256
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I visited Indijoe's on OMR. The food was good for the price, although i felt the choice of starters was rather limited.
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I visited Indijoe's on OMR. The food was good for the price, although i felt the choice of starters was rather limited.
Where is the Indijoe's on OMR? Is that a new one? The one I know is one on airport road immediately after 100 ft road junction along with TGIF & Bombay post.
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Where is the Indijoe's on OMR? Is that a new one? The one I know is one on airport road immediately after 100 ft road junction along with TGIF & Bombay post.
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Its in that Salarpuria building. Has a CCD outlet as well, and can be seen from the main road itself. Diagonally opposite to the BB on OMR.
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Indijoes / TGIF are nice.

I checked out Ruby Tuesday this weekend and all of us present werent too impressed.

Hard Rock cafe has good food, but a tad expensive.
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Indijoe's also on church street opposite empire where the old bombay house used to be.
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So are there actually 3 indijoe's in bangalore now?
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I checked out Ruby Tuesday this weekend and all of us present werent too impressed.
I've heard that the steaks are good at Ruby Tuesday.. true?
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I've heard that the steaks are good at Ruby Tuesday.. true?
Dint taste the steaks, but their ribs are yum yum yum. A bit expensive though.

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I got stuck in a Salad bar today with parents @ one of the Namdhari's.
But to my surprise, they had some yummy and tasty ones on the show. I liked their natural concept and downed about 3bowls of Fruit salad before checking out anything else. Russian was very good, so was the pasta salad and cotton cheese varieties.
I had a whole load of cheese cakes too and packed whatever was left in the shelf there. Ummmmwwwwaaah!
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I've heard that the steaks are good at Ruby Tuesday.. true?
For me I prefer a meat steak and they dont have any. The chicken stuff wasnt too great, 3 people at our table ordered different variations nothing above average.

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Dint taste the steaks, but their ribs are yum yum yum. A bit expensive though.
Agreed, the Ribs were decent but again not excellent! Maybe the kitchen was having a bad day when we visited.
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I've tried both Ruby Tuesday's & TGIF's in multiple cities & have always come to the conclusion that going to TGIF is better than RT because mainly of the food quality.

TGIF has far better tasting food than RT IMO.
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Ishan, my sentiments exactly... only that my experience with RT will probably be limited to just this once.

TGiF happy hours used to be great fun too!
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TGiF happy hours used to be great fun too!
Just curious..how good are the Happy hours at these places? I haven't been to a pub in B'lore in ages. Compared to regular rates,are the happy hour rates worth it?
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Ishan, my sentiments exactly... only that my experience with RT will probably be limited to just this once.
Yeah, I recently had to go to RT after a long while due to no other good restaurant being in the vicinity & regretted it immediately. Wast of money.

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Well that was the other reason......
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I got stuck in a Salad bar today with parents @ one of the Namdhari's.
But to my surprise, they had some yummy and tasty ones on the show. I liked their natural concept and downed about 3bowls of Fruit salad before checking out anything else. Russian was very good, so was the pasta salad and cotton cheese varieties.
I had a whole load of cheese cakes too and packed whatever was left in the shelf there. Ummmmwwwwaaah!
I am guessing it was the Koramangala one.

Next time, try the Pasta salad. Absolutely YUM !! Especially with some extra mayo/thousand island dressing.
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