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Old 5th June 2013, 11:43   #5731
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+1 to traveloholic. The halaal method also ensures there is no blood in the meat. Are u sure it was not some sauce or ketchup?
Not necessarily.
If its chicken and even if its been cut in the halal style a little blood will remain in some veins.
Usually in the thigh/ leg region.

I know this as I clean the chicken at home.

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Not necessarily. If its chicken and even if its been cut in the halal style a little blood will remain in some veins. Usually in the thigh/ leg region.
The preferred cut they use to make shawarma is the breast piece and the changes of blood being there in vein is very very low.
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Had lunch today at Alhamdulillah. Sheer bliss. Tala hua gosht and seekh kebabs with roomali rotis and beef biryani. Absolutely delicious food. Cost Rs.210/- for 2 people.

Got a chicken biryani and a small portion of tala hua gosht parcel for dinner. Rs.150/- for the parcel.
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I have been to a number of outlets, a number of times & have seen Shawarma's being made and this is how it is made all over the world. There is not other way of making a Shawarma apart from what you see.
NikkiD, I know how Shwarma is made and had it many times but, always outside the Mambo's club each time I was in Goa ( and you know have been to goa plenty of times..LOL) and a few times at Al-Bake in Delhi. Never in Hyderabad

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Mobike sometime please take a look inside the Dine Hill kitchen in Masab Tank.About blood, was it a chicken shawarma? Was it very early in the evening.They served you undercooked chicken. Extremely wrong if they did that.
Abviously, I would take the Chicken Shawarma as other option i dont eat ( beef). It was somewhere around 8pm i picked up from there and took my first bite at 9pm and behold, there it was....( i almost fainted)

And, thanks for that tip on Dinehill. Been there only twice. Reckon, wont go back again like i wont go back again to Garden.

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+1 to traveloholic. The halaal method also ensures there is no blood in the meat. Are u sure it was not some sauce or ketchup?
Come on Andy, you think i dont know the difference between ketchup and blood?....There was a stink that turned my stomach inside out

Bottom Line : No more Shwarmas for me in Hyderabad ( atleast from those medhipatnam, toli chowki outlets)
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Come on Andy, you think i dont know the difference between ketchup and blood?....There was a stink that turned my stomach inside out
AFAIK blood inside cooked meat means "meat has gone stale" !! Stale meat thickens veins which lock the blood which doesnt evaporate quickly if not properly cooked. I have had such experience with Chicken wings from Dominoes once in Chennai . Felt like a Cannibal for a minute
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There is a Bangladeshi Food Festival at 10.Dalhousie Bengali restaurant (Madhapur) on the 7th,8th and 9th June,2013.

Menu:

7th June,2013-

Chicken Khubani
Chicken Bar-be-que in Bangladeshi style
Chicken Montajan
Mutton Nalli Nahari
Mutton Kalia
Moghlai Mutton
Spicy Fish on Banana Leaves
Dum Ka Fish in Handi
Makan diye Macch
Aamshoto Khejur Diye Chutney
Mishti Doi


8th June,2013-

Chicken Shiraji
Chicken Chatpata
Chicken Chaap
Mutton Masaledar in Dakai Style
Mutton Dum diye
Machher Curry Dahi Diye
Machh Dhone pata diye
Chingri Bhapa Narkol and Kaccha Lanka diye
Aamer chutney
Mango Mishti Doi


9th June,2013-

Chicken Jalfraizee in Sylheti style
Dakai Fried Chicken in sauce
Bangladeshi Chicken Korma
Mangshor Achari Ghost
Mangsho Chatpata
Mangshor Chaap
Mach Bhapa shorshe ar narkel kuro diye
Chingri Maccher Paturi
Barishali Machher Jhaal
Mango Mishti Doi
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Went to Chef Inam's, Road No.12 last night around 10.30. The place was deserted and there was just one waiter. Took lot of time to take our order and took ages to get the steaks to the table. While the steaks were good, I thought at Rs.350/- to 550/- each it is expensive and the service was very bad.
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Bottom Line : No more Shwarmas for me in Hyderabad ( atleast from those medhipatnam, toli chowki outlets)
Just to help you keep that newly adopted resolution, there is always an outlet near Srinagar Colony, in Yousufguda - Kababish, which serves a decent chicken Shawarma. His turnover rate ensures that you wont be served stale chicken in the Shawarma - they run out of it by 9-9.30 pm. The blood in the Shawarma was a new one, even for me !
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Come on Andy, you think i dont know the difference between ketchup and blood?....There was a stink that turned my stomach inside out
If that happened to me *shudder* I would have given up chicken for good.....ughh...
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Where can we get Beef dishes in and around Uppal/Secunderabad/Begumpet
Looking for Beef Fry/Biryani
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Where can we get Beef dishes in and around Uppal/Secunderabad/Begumpet
Looking for Beef Fry/Biryani
I think I have seen kalyani joints in Bowenpally towards the highway.
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Just to help you keep that newly adopted resolution, there is always an outlet near Srinagar Colony, in Yousufguda - Kababish, which serves a decent chicken Shawarma. His turnover rate ensures that you wont be served stale chicken in the Shawarma - they run out of it by 9-9.30 pm. The blood in the Shawarma was a new one, even for me !
To give you a brief background of Kababish, Kababish was the first fast-fried-food eateries to be asked to close down their shutters all over the city after their major food poisoning fiasco a couple of years back. They had to down their shutters during the major festive season all over the city.
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Hi everyone,

Need help from experts here, few of my Swedish colleagues would be in town soon, they like Indian food (medium spicy is fine), need suggestions on the places I can take them out, mostly dinners.

As well they have one weekend, any suggestions on a possible short weekend trip with good accommodation, food and stay?

Thanks in advance
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Hi everyone,

Need help from experts here, few of my Swedish colleagues would be in town soon, they like Indian food (medium spicy is fine), need suggestions on the places I can take them out, mostly dinners.

As well they have one weekend, any suggestions on a possible short weekend trip with good accommodation, food and stay?

Thanks in advance
Please take them to our tried and tested restaurant Sholay which is located at Begumpet.

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Where can we get Beef dishes in and around Uppal/Secunderabad/Begumpet
Looking for Beef Fry/Biryani

1. Mukarram in Amberpet.
http://goo.gl/maps/Q2cao

2. Super Star in Lalaguda.
http://goo.gl/maps/aFWKT

3. Alhumdullilah in Nampally.
http://goo.gl/maps/uMqFi

4. Prince in Mehndipatnam.
http://goo.gl/maps/otRvS

Number 3 & 4 are pretty far for you but in case you visit these places sometime in future you could drop in.

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