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Old 3rd July 2012, 20:14   #4621
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Deli 9 would be the last place on earth, where I would go to buy a Cake. There are many better places as opposed to Deli9. At the whiff, I can list down 5 better places, who make amazing lip smacking delicious cakes as opposed to Deli9.

I love those cakes. In fact they are one of my favorite bakers in this city.

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A very good cake baked by them.
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When I had my office in B.Hills, Deli 9 and Cafe de Art were on my regular lunch circuit. Though some of their stuff was good. Cakes and pastries was definitely not their strong suit. Extremely ordinary stuff but priced premium.

@ Waseem, Nikhil & Chetan (actually Mrs. Chetan), can one you arrange to have badam ki jaali made for us. We seem stuck with badaam ki jaali as the guys who brought up macaroons have now forsaken them :-(
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Where does one get macaroons in Hyderabad?

Thank you in advance.
i have had excellent macaroons from Sarvi bakery opp Care Hospital in Banjara Hills
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Slightly off topic, but talking of Deli9, anyone know if F9 Diner has moved out of their place in Kothaguda junction? I saw something called Spice Bar.

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I don't know but can only say Good Riddance as that restaurant had totally lost the plot.
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I don't know but can only say Good Riddance as that restaurant had totally lost the plot.

Quality went out the window a long time ago. Premium pricing being mistaken for premium quality etc.

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Where does one get macaroons in Hyderabad?
I need to open a dictionary and read the definition of "macaroon". I am blank as of now. Hope I can find time today to learn the meaning of this one word.
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Quality went out the window a long time ago. Premium pricing being mistaken for premium quality etc.
Your way of writing is inimitable and keeps me in splits all the time. Keep them coming. They are just the perfect appetizers for me to build up my appetite before I venture out for "Eating out in Hyderabad/Secunderabad".

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I love those cakes. In fact they are one of my favorite bakers in this city.
A very good cake baked by them.
Foe cakes I will still vouch for PAT-A-CAKE in begumpet near prakash nagar.
They really do their job very nicely and excellent results.
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HALEEM :
available from today in Hyderabad (though most foodies do not like to eat it from this place)
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HALEEM :
available from today in Hyderabad (though most foodies do not like to eat it from this place)
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Folks I am vegetarian. For many years I have been wanting to eat Veggie Haleem and so have not been to savour this dish. I know all you cannibals out there must be sniggering - but where is the best Veggie Haleem made in Hyderabad?

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Folks I am vegetarian. For many years I have been wanting to eat Veggie Haleem ....... but where is the best Veggie Haleem made in Hyderabad?

- Krishnan
There is nothing called as Best Veggie Haleem . There are not many options for Veggie Haleem. It's sold only at Pista House and you can try your luck there. Before you plan it, I would love to say ATB* Krishnan


ATB: All The Best
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Folks I am vegetarian. For many years I have been wanting to eat Veggie Haleem and so have not been to savour this dish. I know all you cannibals out there must be sniggering - but where is the best Veggie Haleem made in Hyderabad?

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Sir....veggie haleem is nothing but a masala flavoured gooey daliya upma with dry fruits and floating in ghee. You can make it at home instead of wasting money on it.
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HALEEM :
available from today in Hyderabad (though most foodies do not like to eat it from this place)
Even Sarvi has started from today. I am ecstatic to know the Haleem season has started

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Folks I am vegetarian. For many years I have been wanting to eat Veggie Haleem
Only PH serves Veg Haleem. Going by how his NonVeg Haleem has dipped in quality over the years. Expect Veg haleem to be even worse

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Sir....veggie haleem is nothing but a masala flavoured gooey daliya upma with dry fruits and floating in ghee. You can make it at home instead of wasting money on it.
Bingo! That was a perfect description of a veggie haleem
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Any of our Tbhpians have visited the new Little Italy ristaurante at Hiteccity above the Mcdonalds? How are the prices?
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Barbecue Nation has opened their 2nd outlet in the city at Aarka Prime,Rd 36 Jubilee Hills.This is to your left (towards Hitec City)after Baskin Robbins to your right.
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Barbecue Nation has opened their 2nd outlet in the city at Aarka Prime,Rd 36 Jubilee Hills.This is to your left (towards Hitec City)after Baskin Robbins to your right.
Any idea what is the current buffet charge?
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