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Old 6th September 2010, 20:25   #1441
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Oh I remember that, Sammyboy! Wonderfully quaint and typically American! The burgers were simply fantastic, and the starters (don't remember what we ordered) were perfect for a good warm-up before the marathon, that the 'Moo's Your Daddy' is!
Yeah man that was fun.I think we ordered chicken wings and spring rolls for starters, followed by the Mammoth burgers
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In this coming long weekend planning to visit Sivaji mess in banashankari for Biryani and new joint near mekri circle Afrina i guess is the name and might try Beegara mane on St marks rd too
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In this coming long weekend planning to visit Sivaji mess in banashankari for Biryani and new joint near mekri circle Afrina i guess is the name and might try Beegara mane on St marks rd too
Try Shivaji Mess. Good Biryani, Now at a new place.
Beegara Mane - Nothing great about this restaurent. Been there, didn't like the dishes.
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Any other hotels new or old similar to sivaji mess,prasahanth hotel in and around bangalore please let me know.I want to try new places as the old ones are becoming boring.
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Went for dinner to Phileas Hogg on Marthahalli Outer Ring Road (Above Purple Haze) on Last saturday.

Ratings Out of 10:

Food: 7
Service: 8
Ambiance: 9 (Loved it!!)
Rates: 8

Overall: 8/10
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Has anyone tired Sevri restaurant @ Mosque road.?

This is my favourite breakfast joint.

Kheema and Kerela Parantha. Yummy
Did you mean Savoury Family restaurant on Mosque Road?
This place is famous for Arabian cuisines like Kabsa, Lehem, Naship, Shawarma etc.
You see alot of Arabs hanging around on weekend nights.
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Anyone tried this lassi bar at commercial street ???
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Old 8th September 2010, 07:19   #1448
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Maxim Paratha Rolls near JNC (Koramangala) dishes out excellent paratha rolls in minutes. I particularly love the Egg rolls at 25 Rs. They serve Veg, Paneer, Aloo, Chicken and Mutton rolls too. It's a small place, but definitely worth a try.
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@sammyboy and @suhaas307: now they have come up with a new burger - I think the name is 'mother of al moo's' or somethink like that, but I remember the description 'two daddys and a prayer' and it is priced at Rs 400
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@sammyboy and @suhaas307: now they have come up with a new burger - I think the name is 'mother of al moo's' or somethink like that, but I remember the description 'two daddys and a prayer' and it is priced at Rs 400
Yeah, i think thats the one with a 250gm patty or something if I am not mistaken. Suhaas can finish that one for sure . I will take 2 days .
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Folks I am a great fan of chats. These are some of the best places for chats:-

1. "SRI CHATS"-Near Vyalikaval Police station, All the chats are execellent ,hygenic and economical.People who the run the place are very friendly and treat the customers with good manners. Car service is also available.Highly recommended.
2. Chat fellow in front of Sri Radhakrishna temple in Sanjay nagar ,beside the park,the one infront of magazine stall .Car service is available.Highly recommended
3. Chat house in VV puram,one which is right infront of the circle,next to an temple and an ATM,diagonally opposite to VB bakery.Highly recommended for Pav bhajji.
4. Chat house in Wilson garden next to medical shop near Ceralli shop.Highly recommended for dry chats like bhal puri,pineapple masala,Bele masala etc.
5. Chat Gadi in Sheshadripuram next to the park,diagonally opposite to the college entrance.Highly recommended no car sevice.
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3. Chat house in VV puram,one which is right infront of the circle,next to an temple and an ATM,diagonally opposite to VB bakery.Highly recommended for Pav bhajji.
also try cutlet masala. too good.
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Best Masala/Variety Dosas in Banagalore:
1.CTR,malleshwaram
2.Vidyarthi Bhavan,Gandhibazar
3.Sri udupi Krishna bhavan,Cubbonpet
4.Janardhan hotel,Sivananda circle
5.Modern Cafe, near Sajanrao circle towards JC road
6.Indian COffee house, church street
7.Chalukya hotel
8.Mayyas,jayanagar 4th block
9.MTR
10.Hotel Dwaraka,near Big BULL temple.
11. Davanagere Benne Dosa,chamarajpet
12......

list to continue
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Folks I am a great fan of chats. These are some of the best places for chats:-

1. "SRI CHATS"-Near Vyalikaval Police station, All the chats are execellent ,hygenic and economical.People who the run the place are very friendly and treat the customers with good manners. Car service is also available.Highly recommended.
2. Chat fellow in front of Sri Radhakrishna temple in Sanjay nagar ,beside the park,the one infront of magazine stall .Car service is available.Highly recommended
3. Chat house in VV puram,one which is right infront of the circle,next to an temple and an ATM,diagonally opposite to VB bakery.Highly recommended for Pav bhajji.
4. Chat house in Wilson garden next to medical shop near Ceralli shop.Highly recommended for dry chats like bhal puri,pineapple masala,Bele masala etc.
5. Chat Gadi in Sheshadripuram next to the park,diagonally opposite to the college entrance.Highly recommended no car sevice.
Couldn't help but post this.
If you really want to taste chats, you should head towards the western side of India starting from Belgaum, Kolhapur...and all the way upto Mumbai. The taste is so yummy and unique, its hard to find the same in the southern cities. Its not to say that the tastes here are bad but they are definitely very different. People who have been tasting the Maharastrian style of chats may not appreciate the chats here specially in Bangalore.
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Yeah, i think thats the one with a 250gm patty or something if I am not mistaken. Suhaas can finish that one for sure . I will take 2 days .
Moo's your daddy comes with a 350 gm patty, and the whole burger is weighed around 400 gm - so, may be the new one will weight almost double of Moo's ur daddy
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