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Old 28th August 2009, 13:54   #916
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Dont mean to go completely off track here , but I recently visited Hyderabad.
The food there is amazing , when you order Paneer Masala , you get Paneer Masala, not Masala Paneer , like you do in Bangalore. There would be a lot of Masala and very very less Paneer here.
Biryani's are to die for. Feeling hungry again , just had my Lunch , but thinking about the Biryani's am feeling hungry again.

Wish I could go down to hyderabad for lunch and come back to bangalore to work...
You bet my dear friend in south india, Hyderabad is a gastronomical's delight
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Old 28th August 2009, 21:17   #917
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happened to have lunch @ punjabi by nature on rd no 12 ( banjara) today.

it was a buffet thing with lots to choose from.

i stuck to:

starters:

chicken shorba
zafrani chicken
chilly chicken ( with bone ,not that good)
chicken salad
aloo tikki ( after a long time i had a real rocking aloo tikki)

main course:

fish masala
chicken handi
rotis

desert:

ice cream on hot gulab jamun( really well made jamuns)

to add to this was the complimentory drink 'jal jeera' (awesome)

worked out 275 ( with tax) per head.

not bad
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Old 30th August 2009, 01:16   #918
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Tasted haleem tonight from Cafe Bahar, Hyderguda. It was a bit bland but quite smooth and pretty decent. But, I would'nt call it the best haleem that is out there. For Rs.55 with a 350ml thumbsup bottle, it just about decent
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Old 31st August 2009, 12:45   #919
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Tried out Haleem from Hyline Bakery,Gunfoundry. It was the best haleem that i had till now. Priced at Rs.65/plate but the quantity is way too low.
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OT : In the eating thread I am writing about music. Apologies!! but
MUSIC World is running a offer : 3 Cds in 99/-
Buy 2 get 1 free on English CDs
Buy 3 get 3 free on English CDs depending on the collection.
Also 20% off on some collections. Try it.
Bought 9 cds for 297/- yesterday.. a steal I would say, though gave English section a miss.
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OT : In the eating thread I am writing about music. Apologies!! but
MUSIC World is running a offer : 3 Cds in 99/-
Buy 2 get 1 free on English CDs
Buy 3 get 3 free on English CDs depending on the collection.
Also 20% off on some collections. Try it.
Bought 9 cds for 297/- yesterday.. a steal I would say, though gave English section a miss.
English CD's never come below Rs.399 and buy 2 and get 1 is not that great an offer. Plus Music world sells on MRP and i know an outlet where you get flat 20% off on any CD/DVD's MRP.

Anyways, i hardly buy music CD's these days as i just burn whatever compilation i want from my over 7000 songs collection
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English CD's never come below Rs.399 and buy 2 and get 1 is not that great an offer. Plus Music world sells on MRP and i know an outlet where you get flat 20% off on any CD/DVD's MRP.

Anyways, i hardly buy music CD's these days as i just burn whatever compilation i want from my over 7000 songs collection
That's why did not get any English CDs, though all my 14GB collection of MJ, UB40, westlife, George Michael, Michael Bolton, Peter Andre , Bryan Adams, MLTR, etc are lost due to hard disk crash of my previos laptop. Just got some basic rock collection now. Looking to build that up again.
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though all my 14GB collection of MJ, UB40, westlife, George Michael, Michael Bolton, Peter Andre , Bryan Adams, MLTR, etc are lost due to hard disk crash of my previos laptop.
Good riddance, I say.

Time to download better music, man!!!! Check this thread for ideas http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/shifti...al-thread.html

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Good riddance, I say.
+1 to that. Manish, i can't beileve you listen to that kind of music. Michael Bolton, Peter Andre, Westlife, MLTR etc.
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Good riddance, I say.

Time to download better music, man!!!! Check this thread for ideas http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/shifti...al-thread.html
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+1 to that. Manish, i can't beileve you listen to that kind of music. Michael Bolton, Peter Andre, Westlife, MLTR etc.
Is that so bad.I definitely don't like all their songs from a album, but do like to listen some of those.Those songs have their own charm. I am not so hardcore into the hard rock music, though like that too. Suggest some websites from where I can download some. plzz.
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Is that so bad.I definitely don't like all their songs from a album, but do like to listen some of those.Those songs have their own charm. I am not so hardcore into the hard rock music, though like that too. Suggest some websites from where I can download some. plzz.
Just do some googling mate and you'll find good muzik....
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Last evening got food parcelled from Hotel Punjab in Abids. This is what we got :-

Paneer Tikkas
Veg Sheek Kebabs
Chole Masala
Dal Makhani
Kulchas/Naans/Rotis
Paneer Pasanda


Total Bill : Rs.500

Pretty decent veg food for that price. But, i am still a fan of their Sp.Veg Thali eaten right at their restuarant. Yummy Stuff.
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Last evening got food parcelled from Hotel Punjab in Abids. This is what we got :-

Paneer Tikkas
Veg Sheek Kebabs
Chole Masala
Dal Makhani
Kulchas/Naans/Rotis
Paneer Pasanda

Total Bill : Rs.500

Pretty decent veg food for that price. But, i am still a fan of their Sp.Veg Thali eaten right at their restuarant. Yummy Stuff.
err... the menu is all veg? haleem king having all the ghaas phus?
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err... the menu is all veg? haleem king having all the ghaas phus?
Rajesh bhai, i am tired of eating out and i wanted to eat at home last night. But, since our cook didnt come and no one in mood to cook had to give in to their demands. As i am the only NV guy at home. So it sort of became a veggie night
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Guys, considering that all shops and restaurants are closed today, I guess it is not a good idea to eat outside tomorrow as you may be served left over items of today-----many restaurants resort to this tactic to reduce their losses.
Just my 2 cents.
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