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Old 14th June 2010, 15:34   #1816
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Wednesday, will have to miss Chawla's.

BTW, are we still on with Suren's+Waseem's Combo-Offer
Lets have some good time with Late Night Dinner at Suren's favourite haunting joint followed by Paayaa at unearthly hour at Mangalhat (Tokens arranged by Waseem)?
I would love to arrange the Paya part. Will get in touch with my friend who stays at Mangalhat.Imagine having hot Paya and Kulcha at 3:30am.!!!!!!!

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I would love to arrange the Paya part. Will get in touch with my friend who stays at Mangalhat.Imagine having hot Paya and Kulcha at 3:30am.!!!!!!!
Before you get down to planning, I believe, its first Suren's thing which has to materialize, followed by the PAYA Thing. What say Suren, our very own king of real good times
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Before you get down to planning, I believe, its first Suren's thing which has to materialize, followed by the PAYA Thing. What say Suren, our very own king of real good times
Ok, let me do a telephonic feasibility with my friend and then wait for Suren bhai to confirm.
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Old 14th June 2010, 16:47   #1819
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I had my lunch at Paradise food court (persis silver) few days back and the menu was

Kheema Egg-1
Romali roti-3 &
Jeera rice-1

Total damages:Rs 314.

Trust me friends,the Kheema Egg was awesome and the quantity was good.I was a regular at Simran restaurent Ahmedabad, which i believe serves the best kheema Egg.This was quite close to simran's taste, although not so spicy.
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Kheema and egg does not sound like a very good combination! Sorry but its just my personal opinion.
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Last evening had take away from Utupura.

Had the following dishes:
Crab Roast - Yummy
Aleppey Fish Curry - Spicy and good
Meat Fry with separate Gravy - Good
Kerala Parottas

The total damage including all the above Rs 510/- ( Including Rs 20 for parcel)

I keep going back to this place as I like their meat and fish preparations. Intend to go there again sometime to have Karimeen Polichhittu.
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Anirudha ^^ looks like you had visited a Mallu joint, is it? I see you really binge on Kerala cuisines. Time to visit Kerala?

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Anirudha ^^ looks like you had visited a Mallu joint, is it? I see you really binge on Kerala cuisines. Time to visit Kerala?

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You are right Pratheesh, this is my regular haunt for Mallu food in Hyderabad. While in Chennai used to be regular at Kumarakom. Favourite Mallu dish is Beef Chilly with Kerala Parota.

The last time I was in Kerala was 2006 ( Munnar & Cochin) so yeah a visit is definitely due. May be this winter
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You are right Pratheesh, this is my regular haunt for Mallu food in Hyderabad. While in Chennai used to be regular at Kumarakom. Favourite Mallu dish is Beef Chilly with Kerala Parota.

The last time I was in Kerala was 2006 ( Munnar & Cochin) so yeah a visit is definitely due. May be this winter
Anirudh bhai.
Where is this joint Utupura.? Zara hum bhi chaken mallu food.
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Anirudh bhai.
Where is this joint Utupura.? Zara hum bhi chaken mallu food.
This on the road to Karvy in Banjara Hills. From Road no. 1 take a right towards Karvy. Just before Talwalkar, you'll see a Utupura board pointing inside a small lane . Utupura Restaurant
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This on the road to Karvy in Banjara Hills. From Road no. 1 take a right towards Karvy. Just before Talwalkar, you'll see a Utupura board pointing inside a small lane . Utupura Restaurant
Thanks.

Now i know where to have my dinner tonight.

Betw; Does he have a family section and please do suggest some bong joints

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Basra Pride.

Picked up Mutton Rogan Gosh.
Take away cost me 120 rupees. Enough quantity for 3-4 people eating roti's.
It actually tasted quite nice, but a lil bit oily.
Meat was tender and very well cooked.
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Thanks.

Now i know where to have my dinner tonight.

Betw; Does he have a family section and please do suggest some bong joints
Well the whole place is a family section.

And if you find a bong joint please let me know. The only one that I know is opposite Indira Park in the Hyderabad Bengali Samiti building.
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And if you find a bong joint please let me know.
You can go to "Calcutta Cabin". Its near Jubilee Hills Check Post and they serve decent bong food.

However, note they serve only Thalis ( Veg and NV) and is the closest you can have this cuisine.
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Thanks Avinash.Will try it soon. I miss bong food in Hyderabad.
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