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Old 20th January 2013, 21:34   #196
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Sorry for the confusion, the assortment of flavored milk topped up with tea is called biriyani chaai
Haha. Will try it out soon.Usually take Milk sarbath whenever i ride over to that East-fort side.
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Hotel Sri Radha Krishna Prasada on kurruppam road, trichur, is a good option if you love vegetarian fare.
They serve both north and south Indian fare.
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Hotel Sri Radha Krishna Prasada on kurruppam road, trichur, is a good option if you love vegetarian fare.
They serve both north and south Indian fare.
Waiters take the order in I pod touch. A good veggie hang out though.
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Waiters take the order in I pod touch. A good veggie hang out though.
Where exactly is this on Kuruppam road? And do they have parking facilities?
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Where exactly is this on Kuruppam road? And do they have parking facilities?
Some what diagonally opposite to district co-operative bank, On the way from chettiyangadi to Swaraj round on the Left hand side a couple of shops after the small temple.

The car parking is a crisis there they dont have much space there. No ample car parking.
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which is the affordable and hygenic restaurant @ kovalam Hawa beach ?
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Anybody went to the food court at Lullu Mall at Edappally? Any new outlets other than the usual ones?. Is the McDonald open ? I am not looking for a formal meal as it is an outing with my kiddo.Also is the game zone open yet as also the multiplex?

Also any feedback on Kethels Fried Chocken (Rahmaniya) at Kaloor?


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Also any feedback on Kethels Fried Chocken (Rahmaniya) at Kaloor?
I had been to Kethels often when at Cochin. But lately it had been a year since I'd been there. The ambiance is not posh and may not be too family friendly (I mean lot of bachelors throng the place and it the place felt a bit un-airy). At the same time, their chicken is not to be missed in a lifetime. Beware, it is too spicy, if you do not like to try even once. They fry small chicken pieces with semi-ground dry chilly. Chappathi is actually the side and you get unlimited lemon juice to quench the spiciness. They have a parcel counter too.

Recently, I heard that the Rahmaniya outlet at Trivandrum has increased their prices; don't know the actual. 2-3 years back I used to have a stomach-full for just 100/-.

Does anybody have recent updates?
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Anybody went to the food court at Lullu Mall at Edappally? Any new outlets other than the usual ones?. Is the McDonald open ? I am not looking for a formal meal as it is an outing with my kiddo.Also is the game zone open yet as also the multiplex?

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There are couple of new outlets there. Also you will find few right opposite the main stretch of counters. MCD is open but you need to be lucky to find a seat during weekends. Even take away counter is crowded.
Game zone and 5D theater is open and they are adding new stuff every week. Multiplex will open next week.
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Anybody went to the food court at Lullu Mall at Edappally? Any new outlets other than the usual ones?. Is the McDonald open ? I am not looking for a formal meal as it is an outing with my kiddo.Also is the game zone open yet as also the multiplex?
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The McD is open, KFC is also open. Pizza Hut will take some time. There is a veg-only restaurant next to Pizza Hut (named Cream Centre) which is open, but a bit pricey. Among the rest, I heard "Kailash Parbat" is good.

Part of the game zone is open, except the ice-skating rink. The multiplex is not open.
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The McD is open, KFC is also open. Pizza Hut will take some time. There is a veg-only restaurant next to Pizza Hut (named Cream Centre) which is open, but a bit pricey. Among the rest, I heard "Kailash Parbat" is good.

Part of the game zone is open, except the ice-skating rink. The multiplex is not open.
Just for info sakes,Kailash Parbat's trademark Sindhi dishes are very very good.And Cream Centre is known for its famous Chole Bhature.Yes I dont think they would come cheap by any stretch of imagination.Does the Lulu mall have movie screens as well?If yes which one?
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Any good veg restaurant recommendations at kozhikode (calicut) ?
On our last trip we had been to Dakshin and it wasn't a good experience (definitely not as good as it used to be on our earlier visits).
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Does the Lulu mall have movie screens as well?If yes which one?
PVR - 9 screens. But, as mentioned before, not operational yet.
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Kailash Parbat is good and was really evident since the counter was crowded. Had chaat and lassi which was really good.
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Any good veg restaurant recommendations at kozhikode (calicut) ?
On our last trip we had been to Dakshin and it wasn't a good experience (definitely not as good as it used to be on our earlier visits).
Ruchi @ Mavoor Road,Arya Bhavan on SM Street near Radha Theater,then you have yours truly HSB at Kozhikode (Hotel Saravana Bhavan) at Rajaji Road (down the road from Baby Memorial Hospital),
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