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Old 10th November 2012, 11:52   #5011
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I am sorry you had to go through the torture of vegetarian food. I can imagine that must have been a dampner to your otherwise lively Bday celebration...
More than me it was my kids who were unhappy. My elder son finished his dinner in 5 mins flat and said there was nothing to like in the buffet (read = no non-veg) except for chocolate fountain and corn pie.
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Found the best sizzlers in town at the most unlikeliest of places-Kailash Parbat.I finally have found a place to go to after Yokos shut down.We have been like hungry tigers going all around the city looking for a decent sizzler.These sizzlers were just right and yummy and very professional in their looks-presentation-taste.Veg ofcourse and thankfully its not a big huge cutlet plonked in the middle with sauces leaking all over!Sizzler lovers would love the sizzler fare at KP.Priced at INR 330 plus 14.5 VAT plus 5% SC.
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Belated bday wishes Ravi.

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Found the best sizzlers in town at the most unlikeliest of places-Kailash Parbat.I finally have found a place to go to after Yokos shut down.

Sizzler lovers would love the sizzler fare at KP.Priced at INR 330 plus 14.5 VAT plus 5% SC.
400 bucks for a veg sizzler?

I'll take a pass and twiddle my thumbs till Yoko's or Kobe open here in Hyderabad.
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400 bucks for a veg sizzler?

I'll take a pass and twiddle my thumbs till Yoko's or Kobe open here in Hyderabad.
Well yokos and kobe Sizzlers are also priced in the same range.
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Well yokos and kobe Sizzlers are also priced in the same range.
Not really. You get non veg sizzlers around 300.
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Noticed the board 'Cream Centre' on road no 36 j hills(same complex which has bbq nation)

Folks who've lived in/been to mumbai and eaten here (chowpatty branch) will know what i am talking about (its known to serve the best chola bhaturas)

Anybody been to the one on road no 36?

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Noticed the board 'Cream Centre' on road no 36 j hills(same complex which has bbq nation)

Folks who've lived in/been to mumbai and eaten here (chowpatty branch) will know what i am talking about (its known to serve the best chola bhaturas)

Anybody been to the one on road no 36?

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Rajesh,wow good piece of news Yes the Chowpatty branch is mind blowing and their nachos with cheese is to die for-.The Oberoi mall one is excellent as well.Rest assured we are heading out to this place soon to check it out.Looks to be the same chain,as they have the outlet listed on their website now-but it says opening soon.Just hope they dont price their dishes in the Mumbai range!(Hyderabad income and Mumbai expense dont exactly go hand in hand:P )

http://creamcentre.com/locations/hyd...jubilee-hills/

PS:Non veg lovers aren't going to love this place-this is veg only (like KP,Rajdhani etc)
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Noticed the board 'Cream Centre' on road no 36 j hills(same complex which has bbq nation)

Folks who've lived in/been to mumbai and eaten here (chowpatty branch) will know what i am talking about (its known to serve the best chola bhaturas)

Anybody been to the one on road no 36?

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Rajesh Bhai.

Cream Center now has close to 15-20 branches across India

I have been to Cream Center in more than 8 cities.

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Can you suggest some good Chinese or Continental restaurant for dinner with wife and kid, preferably near Madhapur, Jubilee Hills or Banjara Hills with a good ambience? Appreciate a quick response as plan to go tonight.
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Can you suggest some good Chinese or Continental restaurant for dinner with wife and kid, preferably near Madhapur, Jubilee Hills or Banjara Hills with a good ambience? Appreciate a quick response as plan to go tonight.
1) Mainland China, opp Shilparamam.
2) Urban Asia, Jubilee Hills.
3) Aromas of China, City Centre.
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1) Mainland China, opp Shilparamam.
2) Urban Asia, Jubilee Hills.
3) Aromas of China, City Centre.
Thanks buddy....have been to #1 and #3...
Was thinking of trying something new...Urban Asia sounds good.
What is the location..is it on rd #36?

Any specialities you recommend?

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Can you suggest some good Chinese or Continental restaurant for dinner with wife and kid, preferably near Madhapur, Jubilee Hills or Banjara Hills with a good ambience? Appreciate a quick response as plan to go tonight.
Chinese Pavilion,Road NO1,Banjara Hills,below the DELL Exclusive store/Fribzi video parlor.My favourite.
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Chinese Pavilion,Road NO1,Banjara Hills,below the DELL Exclusive store/Fribzi video parlor.My favourite.
Hey Ranjit,
Thanks for the reply..have been there a few times earlier and yes, the place is definitely recommended.
Any opinion about Via Milano?
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Hey Ranjit,
Thanks for the reply..have been there a few times earlier and yes, the place is definitely recommended.
Any opinion about Via Milano?
Via Milano is a waste of time IMHO.Very expensive,there is no quantity to price ratio imo.There are reviews about the place by Autranny & Hyd_Traveller in here.I guess their buffet is pretty ok.If its Italian,go to the super expensive Little Italy atleast you are assured of the taste.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/shifti...ml#post2938955

Our latest favourite haunt is Kailash Parbat,worth a go if you havent been there already and iff you are ok with veg fare.

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Thanks buddy....have been to #1 and #3...
Was thinking of trying something new...Urban Asia sounds good.
What is the location..is it on rd #36?

Any specialities you recommend?
Rd 36 after you take a u turn at JB check post. After ICICI bank. Assuming you are coming from Madhapur.

Via Milano is typical Italian affair. Never been there but heard good reviews.
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