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Old 29th July 2009, 15:24   #766
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Am posting a snap of Kwality's Grills n curry Menu, (a mention of which I had made a few posts back) wherein a few combos are mentioned.

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I like the Lebanese Combo. Want to eat the Pita bread while humming my favorite song
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so when are we going to Kwality's
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I like the Lebanese Combo. Want to eat the Pita bread while humming my favorite song
So is your favorite song humma..humma...humma humma humma from the movie Bombay, and you wanna sing it whilst eating the pita bread with HUMMUS eh?

Well, I'm confused...
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So is your favorite song humma..humma...humma humma humma from the movie Bombay, and you wanna sing it whilst eating the pita bread with HUMMUS eh?

Well, I'm confused...
The birthday boy has got it absolutely right. I want to sing that song while eating my Pita bread. Is it possible?
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Old 30th July 2009, 21:08   #771
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Yesterday night had a quick dinner at " Papaji Ka Dhaba"

Chilly Fish : Rs. 150
Chicken 65 : Rs. 85
Chicken Tikka Masala : Rs.130
Butter Naan/Roti's
Mineral Water

Rs. 425
I can never get tried of Papaji.

Junta this meet is long pending. What is stopping us?
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Last night picked up some food from Banne Nawabs in the Yusuf Tekri complex near Nalan Nagar crossroads.

Family Pack Mutton Biryani -> Awesome -> Rs 425
Dum ka Chicken -> Very good -> Rs 140
Rumali Rotis -> soft and very well made -> 10 Each
Pherni -> sweet dish, very very good -> 45 each and its served in a earthen dish

Pathar ka gosh -> juicy, chewy, soft, exquisite, tender, delicious, AWESOME -> Rs 195 for 250 gms

I love this restaurant.
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Last night picked up some food from Banne Nawabs in the Yusuf Tekri complex near Nalan Nagar crossroads.

Pathar ka gosh -> juicy, chewy, soft, exquisite, tender, delicious, AWESOME -> Rs 195 for 250 gms

I love this restaurant.
Is this restuarant in same complex as Four Seasons? I love Patthar ka Gosht, i will go there only for this dish.
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Is this restuarant in same complex as Four Seasons? I love Patthar ka Gosht, i will go there only for this dish.
yes same complex.

Between Maks Kitchen and Mandar.

This is one of the best places in Hyderabad.
So many restaurants, each serving very good food across different price ranges.

They should declare this as a place as food temple.
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They should declare this as a place as food temple.
I agree, It should be re-named to Temples of Food and as we normally do, we should make it a point to visit the god regularly
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yes same complex.

They should declare this as a place as food temple.
Not so true for vegetarians though!!
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Not so true for vegetarians though!!
oops, my bad.

You are correct. Apart from the ice cream counters, there is no veg restaurant in that entire complex.

Actually if I think about it, there is no veg restaurant in that area itself.
Except those small stand and eat tiffin centres at the Mehidpatnam bus stand side.
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oops, my bad.

You are correct. Apart from the ice cream counters, there is no veg restaurant in that entire complex.

Actually if I think about it, there is no veg restaurant in that area itself.
Except those small stand and eat tiffin centres at the Mehidpatnam bus stand side.
Saw so may people recommending the place and I went there once to try it few weeks back. Ordered a vegetable biryani, veg manchow soup and some more things. They took 2 hours to serve . Then it dawned on me, that you guys recommend the place for the non-veg stuff. Never saw anything veg in the menu you guys describe.

So let us name the places as Temple of Non-veg Food.

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To Celebrate my mom's birthday on Aug 1, went to Little Italy in Jubilee Hills. It is right behind the Lanco office. Found this new place after a lot of search.
Ambience is superb and if only 2 people visiting, better to sit on the outside where you can have a fabulous view of the city.

What we ordered :-
Jalepeno Nachos : Rs.300
Corleone Pizza : Rs.325
Salad ( Forgot the name) : Rs.300
Pasta ( Forgot the name) : Rs.350
Soft Drinks
Total : ~ 1700

Nachos was just a few bread crumbs that you can eat using a small bowl of dip. Waste of Money
Salad : Big bunch of lettuce with some fruits, veggies, corn thrown in with some sauce. Waste of money
Pizza : This was really good, thin crust and superb flavour and taste
Pasta : This was also really good.
In the end, i was still feeling hungry and we had to visit Ohri's Basheerbagh and order a Midnight Beauty which we relished sitting in the car.
My recommendation if you visit Little Italy is to stick to ordering only Pizza, Pasta and maybe you can even try Ravioli's too. Dont order starters, soups and Salads, less quantity for a jumbo price.
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been to 1857 and 70mm twice in the last two weeks, amazing ambience, one good experience and one bad.

the first time we ordered regular snacks and mocktails and were indeed good, esp the mocktails.

but the second time we tried thier kabab platter, was ok ok, plus the service wasnt upto mark, maybe cos it was a weekend? the mocktails were good like before.

70mm, has a slightly bigger desert menu when compared to the other havmors, the new deserts have innovative names similar to the lewisnky (mobike )

apart from that tried the dhaba at madhavpur which you guys like, and i guess its good only for non veg? cos it seeed like i was the only one with veg stuff there and veg food wasnt at all nice.

also after a long time when to shree dhaba beside paradise with kkr2k2 and furiousshpinx, they didnt have thier special biryani, but apart from tat the food was upto the mark as usual.
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