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Old 6th December 2010, 16:31   #2701
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Tough Luck. He is delivering in Himayathnagar and mentioned Banjara and Jubilee Hills too.
Just spoke to them.

They haven't started their service in Bowenpally yet, may take a month or so.
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Just spoke to them.

They haven't started their service in Bowenpally yet, may take a month or so.

Going by this pace, I wonder when it will reach Sainikpuri . Will wait for their service to get announced in my area... Was hoping to get some news from their website, but it seems to be down (www.frootwala.com).
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Going by this pace, I wonder when it will reach Sainikpuri . Will wait for their service to get announced in my area... Was hoping to get some news from their website, but it seems to be down (www.frootwala.com).
A company representative had come to meet me yesterday.He said they are going all out from January.

They have started this venture 2 months back and have 300 subscriptions till date and are flooded with inquiries.

The website is down due to a technical glitch and will up and running soon.
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Feel like having a Sizzler

Any good and new sizzler joints someone who visited can recommend?
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Feel like having a Sizzler

Any good and new sizzler joints someone who visited can recommend?
Please try Chef Inam's. They are good and have good choices amongst Chicken and Lamb.
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Please try Chef Inam's. They are good and have good choices amongst Chicken and Lamb.
Bhai Jaan! I need a recco for family outing not the cafe type.

Not even sure if mom would want going out for dinner as she is landing in Hyderabad in coupla hours.
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Avi bhai,

You can try a takeaway from Chef Inam and have it at home cos they have one of the best sizzlers in town.

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Guys, need help , I have been trying to get some midlle eastern food in hyderabad, I would love to try some hummus, falafal ,etal, can you pls advise.

@silverwood - any advice bhai.

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Guys, need help , I have been trying to get some midlle eastern food in hyderabad, I would love to try some hummus, falafal ,etal, can you pls advise.

@silverwood - any advice bhai.
There is a Lebanese place above Mainland China called "Kibbeh" IIRC. This is next to Kakatiya.

You may want to check it out.
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There is a Lebanese place above Mainland China called "Kibbeh" IIRC. This is next to Kakatiya.

You may want to check it out.
Thanks MC. This was a quick.
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Guys, need help , I have been trying to get some midlle eastern food in hyderabad, I would love to try some hummus, falafal ,etal, can you pls advise.
Kibbeh--If you want to pay through your nose and maybe a good ambience

Forgot Name of Place---Right inside the lane next to Mosque on Rd.No.3 Banjara Hills next to Hyderabad House outlet. I think its called All Seasons if i am not wrong. This place used to be erstwhile Yoko Sizzlers

Nice place to enjoy your falafel, hummus and pita bread at reasonable pricing.
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Thanks Mobike008. i guess most restaurants revolve in and around Bjara/jub hills in Hyd. I have not really found a reason go beyond. Thanks again for the advice.
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Guys, need help , I have been trying to get some midlle eastern food in hyderabad, I would love to try some hummus, falafal ,etal, can you pls advise.

@silverwood - any advice bhai.
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Forgot Name of Place---Right inside the lane next to Mosque on Rd.No.3 Banjara Hills next to Hyderabad House outlet. I think its called All Seasons if i am not wrong. This place used to be erstwhile Yoko Sizzlers
Yes,Its All Seasons.

A good place to have middle eastern cuisine.( by any chance dont order Chinese) Decent ambience and VFM restaurant.

Btw-Dont leave your mob no. with them, they will bombard you with sms every day.

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Guys, need help , I have been trying to get some midlle eastern food in hyderabad, I would love to try some hummus, falafal ,etal, can you pls advise.

@silverwood - any advice bhai.
@Motoringlover you could try -

Point Pleasant - It's off Rd#10 (after Karvy on your left if you are coming from City Centre), Next to the Indo Arab Mosque. Have been there a couple of times and the food is amazing!!

Nawabs N Nizams - It's On Hitech City rd, just after Centre for Organazation Development. Really good Middle Eastern, Hyderabadi & Lucknowi cusine... highly recomended
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Thanks Sabby-069 and Silverwood.
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