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Old 22nd May 2013, 22:01   #2761
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Had been to Nandhini at Sankey Road Palace Guttahalli. The Biryani served was mild warm and seemed almost cold. When we complained about this, the Manager did not respond and hid his face. But I still called Waiter and told about almost cold Biryani. Then the waiter took biryanis and came back within 3 minutes with 1more chicken piece per bowl. But still the Biryani was not that hot as it should be. Dissapointed with this Nandhini Branch.
Its a crap place.We stopped going there since last 5 years !.
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I went to Toit on Monday night for a birthday dinner. Though the ambiance and decor was brilliant, the food left me a bit unsatisfied. It isn't as fulfilling as a meal at The Grillhouse or The Only Place. :/
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I went to Toit on Monday night for a birthday dinner. Though the ambiance and decor was brilliant, the food left me a bit unsatisfied. It isn't as fulfilling as a meal at The Grillhouse or The Only Place. :/
If you are Toit, enjoy their Pizzas. They are amazing. Much better than those at PizzaHut or Dominos.
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If you are Toit, enjoy their Pizzas. They are amazing. Much better than those at PizzaHut or Dominos.
I haven't had a pizza from a non-chain joint in ages. I had a Toit Steak and it was rubbery and tough. Their sauce was brilliant though.
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Did not see any separate thread for "street food", so putting this here.

I got introduced to some awesome Kati rolls, at a small shop ~ opposite to AAI on Kundalahalli Main Road (Google maps also shows this as ITPL main road ?! ).

It is a small shop which simply says "Kolkata famous Kati rolls" or some such. The Kati rolls (semi-fried parathas) were soft, the chicken was very tasty/well-cooked, and left me wanting more. Will be going there tonight as well. Yummy !

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Did not see any separate thread for "street food", so putting this here.

I got introduced to some awesome Kati rolls, at a small shop ~ opposite to AAI on Kundalahalli Main Road (Google maps also shows this as ITPL main road ?! ).

It is a small shop which simply says "Kolkata famous Kati rolls" or some such. The Kati rolls (semi-fried parathas) were soft, the chicken was very tasty/well-cooked, and left me wanting more. Will be going there tonight as well. Yummy !
Have been there a few times, it opened news couple of months ago. Has bit of a crowd every evening. I loved his double egg role.
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... I loved his double egg role.
I had the egg-chicken roll (friday) as well as the double-egg roll (saturday, we were late and chicken was finished).

Further down the road (towards the Cosmos mall), there is a mobile eatery which specialises in dosas. It was always crowded on both evenings that we were there. I didnt eat there, but my colleagues were saying that the dosas with different toppings were excellent.

And, I got introduced to delicious momos, being sold by guys who had their 'stall' by the roadside , near the dosa cart. This guy just has a stand under which is a gas cylinder. he has a vessel for steaming the momos, and serves it on paper plates with sauce/chutney. Again, awesomely yummy .
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Not sure if anyone posted review of Satvam at Sadashivnagar here.

Went there a couple weeks back and food, ambiance & hospitality was very good. Bill for two was 808/- and it was worth every bit!

Its Veg only restaurant.
Food not spicy.
Just loved their Apple Jalebhi (not sure how many I had )
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Is there any place which has only Veg dum or Hyderbadi Biryani in blore ? A place which does not serve non -veg also ,only veg is served . Take out also is fine .
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Is there any place which has only Veg dum or Hyderbadi Biryani in blore ? A place which does not serve non -veg also ,only veg is served . Take out also is fine .
Try the higher taste restaurant in Iskon temple complex.
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Last time while I was in Bangalore, we had a fun filled dinner at Punjabi by Nature which is diagonally opposite to Koramangala Forum while we drive to Christ college.
  • Good & Family Friendly ambiance
  • Some nice live band to upbeat the mood
  • Mouth watering Chicken starters
  • Amazingly good brew
  • Slightly expensive I would say.

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Anyone aware of restaurants/cafe's which are open 24 hrs in and around hsr/e city/btm and the sort???
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Try the higher taste restaurant in Iskon temple complex.
1947 too, though it somehow is not the same as the genuine one. But then what IS genuine Hydi VEG biryani?
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Further down the road (towards the Cosmos mall), there is a mobile eatery which specialises in dosas. It was always crowded on both evenings that we were there. I didnt eat there, but my colleagues were saying that the dosas with different toppings were excellent.
I have eaten there , this place is bang opposite the Sansar Store and your friends are right, in addition to this place there is another Dosa center in the lane just before Cosmos not sure of the name something like Bombay Dosa center, he too has a variety of toppings , but it is too crowded in the evening.

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And, I got introduced to delicious momos, being sold by guys who had their 'stall' by the roadside , near the dosa cart. This guy just has a stand under which is a gas cylinder. he has a vessel for steaming the momos, and serves it on paper plates with sauce/chutney. Again, awesomely yummy .
The last momos I had was in Delhi in Leela Ram market, those were pretty yummy and I used to have them daily. I will try the one you are referring to.
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Back in Bangalore for a 8 week visit and first stop was at Maiya's @ Jayanagar. We were a big group of 12 people and opted for south Indian fare and enjoyed it immensely.

No waiting time as it was a weekday and they take reservations till 11:30 AM only, its a good VFM place for pure veg folks if you stay nearby to Jayanagar.
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