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Old 20th April 2009, 13:43   #556
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On Saturday, I had veg tikkas and corn at the club house of Malaysian Township, with Budweiser. I really liked the stuff there---visited that place 2nd time. The rates are reasonable and the AC was chilling.
when you are there next ,try their double fried lamb and the mutton rogan josh.

edit: i recollect you are a veggie ,maybe whoever is accompanying you can have the above.

btw: the chai wala bundi ,opposite your office has good tea

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when you are there next ,try their double fried lamb and the mutton rogan josh.

edit: i recollect you are a veggie ,maybe whoever is accompanying you can have the above.

btw: the chai wala bundi ,opposite your office has good tea
Hey, that's news to me? Where is that chai wallah blighter?
BTW, I am a hardcore non-veggie. Since I went with my BIL n MIL, I stuck to veg for a change.
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oye ,me too was there at citicentre mall during that time.

do bhaiyo ka kumbh mele ka milan reh gaya .hehee


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Hey, where is that located? Near Minerva Coffee House?
It is diagonally opposite to Minerva or exactly opposite to Woodlands resturant even better bang opposite to Disha Medical Hall

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when you are there next ,try their double fried lamb and the mutton rogan josh.
Slurp Slurp, this sounds delicious...LOL
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Hey, that's news to me? Where is that chai wallah blighter?
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ok so when u cross auriga ,there is only one u turn right? left downhill is towards the lake ,so as soon as you take the u turn on the corner,there are those 3-4 bundis run by the ladies.waha par.
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ok so when u cross auriga ,there is only one u turn right? left downhill is towards the lake ,so as soon as you take the u turn on the corner,there are those 3-4 bundis run by the ladies.waha par.
Ok thanks, I'll give it a shot one of these days.
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Here is a ready reference of the hotels, reviewed by our friend Nazim aka pulsar56.

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Here is a ready reference of the hotels, reviewed by our friend Nazim aka pulsar56.

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Dude any specific reason for tripping on Pulsar today
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Dude any specific reason for tripping on Pulsar today
The above post was for the benefit of all. The other post elsewhere is for the fun for CUG.
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Aadix, Chines Pavilion is good. Did everybody forget Hi-King of did it become expensive? It's been 6-7 years since i last been there. Nanking is my choice when it comes to chinese.

There are days when i starve till 11:00 PM for the Midnight biriyani @ Greenpark.
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Aadix, Chines Pavilion is good. Did everybody forget Hi-King of did it become expensive? It's been 6-7 years since i last been there. Nanking is my choice when it comes to chinese.

There are days when i starve till 11:00 PM for the Midnight biriyani @ Greenpark.
Long time no see?

Looks like you not been eating out often lately? Haiking is good but my experience with them was horrible last couple of times. For such an upmarket restuarant, roaches were found both times. I will never go there again.

My favorite in Chinese is Ming Court and Mainland China ( this one is exorbitant though)

GP biryani buffet these days have become passe, sometimes i go there only for their haleem and kheema and pao. You have several other joints that are much more popular like Pickles, Ohris at Rd 12 etc and several mid profile joints for some yummy food late in the night.
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GP biryani buffet these days have become passe, sometimes i go there only for their haleem and kheema and pao.
You had me confused for a moment---I was thinking 'what's a Grand Punto got to do with biryani'? I know Satish has a Palio, but later I realized that you were referring to Green Park, not a Fiat product
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You had me confused for a moment---I was thinking 'what's a Grand Punto got to do with biryani'? I know Satish has a Palio, but later I realized that you were referring to Green Park, not a Fiat product
Don't we live in an ultra contemprary world? I thought abbreviations was the norm of the day!
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Don't we live in an ultra contemprary world? I thought abbreviations was the norm of the day!
YYDR---Yep, You're darn right!
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Aadix, Chines Pavilion is good. Did everybody forget Hi-King of did it become expensive? It's been 6-7 years since i last been there. Nanking is my choice when it comes to chinese.

There are days when i starve till 11:00 PM for the Midnight biriyani @ Greenpark.
anna, welcome back

well been long since been to haiking, guess we should have a welcome back meet there

yupp, the biryani at green park is still one of the best!


hey guys, any of you people tried the hot dosas and tea in front of hsbc late nights? guy starts around 3am, amazing it is
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