From Rd #1 Banjara hills as soon as you cross the Rd 12 Junction and before the next signal (Pension office). There is a left turn.
Enter it and you will find a bunch of electrical and hardware stores on the left. There is a coal shop just a litle distance away on the left.
Do take your own plastic bag. The guy sometimes runs out of them.
No idea about its calorific value.
But I have had no issues using it.
Would like to know if anyone tried Chillies near L.B. Nagar. If not, try it once and I bet you would love it.
I attended a family party over there.. it's decent food and crowded though over weekends... I guess this is one of best place to eat in that area..
other one, I tried Shilpi (near Ashta Lakshmi temple lane) also good..
they have separate bar with projector...
Thanks to Hyd_traveller for posting grill picture.. I got the idea about grill now... Is it LPG based? that you can refill?
AFAIK, Lamb and Goat are the same. Lamb is younger, tender and much better in taste than a goat.
What is different is Lamb/Goat AND Sheep
God, I am talking so in detail being a veggie at home
Hard-core NV's please confirm
As already stated by Ardy, Lamb / Sheep and Goat are totally different. Over here goat is sold under the name of Mutton. Lamb is very rare to find and is only available in abundance in colder climes of Northern and NE-India. Also another difference is that lamb meat is more fibrous