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#15451
| Clueless

Originally posted by: vaibhav_arora View Post

Where does kingfisher ultra fit in your above caste hierarchy?


Originally posted by: ukdoctor View Post


Kingfisher strong is a bit hit and miss.Some batches are okay while some are terrible just like the standard kingfisher


Ahem ! Let be slay some holy ghosts !

Kingfisher is the Budweiser of India :D
#15452
| Maha Guru Member

Originally posted by: vaibhav_arora View Post

Where does kingfisher ultra fit in your above caste hierarchy?


I think it was the ultra that I found to be good. [Blush]
#15453
| Maha Guru Member

Originally posted by: NomadicBoo View Post



Yes and it appeared to be in tip top condition with lots of the stone pillars appearing to be recently replaced. When was your brother here? 

My brother was there in 2015, he did go inside and was disappointed a lot of the bygone era stuff had been stripped out of the building. Good to hear they have started to take more care of the building as they should. 

Those sheek kebabs looked very nice indeed I hope the taste was also there. 

Happy travels to Corbett. 

vandy 








#15454
| Senior Member

Gavran Misal-Pav, Kolhapur

Location : Google Maps

Very good misal. They serve a masala separately, upper left in the pic. The misal is good on it's own but when the masala is stirred in, it's too good. Since the masala is served separately you can add as much/little to your taste.








#15455
| Senior Member

Kala Mutton Thali @ Gauri Dining, Panhala Fort

Location : Google Maps

Kala Mutton thali, very good. Bit too much for one person, I could only have one and half chapatti, none of the rice.





Only stuff on the left can be ordered. The right has rates for advance orders.
#15456
| Senior Member

Sukka Mutton Thali @ Daulat Hotel, Kolhapur

Location : Google Maps

This place gets rave reviews. Didn't care too much for the thali, it's not bad but not as good as people make it out to be. But to be honest by the time I reached there I was dead tired and had no appetite.



#15457
| Maha Guru Member
Hotel Rajpurush opposite the railway station also serves a good thali in kolhapur. One of the few times in Maharashtra that I was so stuffed that I almost toppled over
#15458
| Senior Member
Ref : Sukka Mutton Thali @ Daulat Hotel, Kolhapur

Actually, I needed a sort of guide on how to eat that thali. You get 3 huge chapattis. The mutton is abs dry, no gravy, so diff to eat with chapatti. Then unless you don't mind dunking the chapatti in the pandara/tambda rassa (I'm not that fond of them), you are left with only the egg curry. The quantity of the egg curry is less. With less than one chapatti I had finished the mutton and egg curry. Then they serve rice, what exactly are you supposed to eat it with?

I'm not criticizing, just stating that it's diff for a 'outsider' to really enjoy such a thali.
#15459
| opinionated liberal food fascist
So I gave bread baking a go and went with a relatively simple but delicious recipe. This is Khachapuri, a Georgian cheese filled bread. I went with a combination of mozzarella and feta.

As traditionally dictated, I cracked an egg into one of the loaves and put it back into the oven for 3/4 minutes waiting for it to turn molten and gooey. It made the most decadent dipping sauce.

In the other loaf i added chopped mushrooms. Yummy.
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#15460
| Humble Genius
#15461
| Senior Member
Meaty treats in Delhi

Chicken and Lamb. The lamb was just spicy enough to encourage me to drink some more beers ;)

Chris.
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#15462
| Search, be your own guru

Originally posted by: gbr View Post

But to be honest by the time I reached there I was dead tired and had no appetite.
You need to do something for your appetite. :D

Originally posted by: BholeBaba View Post

As traditionally dictated, I cracked an egg into one of the loaves and put it back into the oven for 3/4 minutes waiting for it to turn molten and gooey. It made the most decadent dipping sauce.
Seems like you will need years of practice. You need a guru. :D
Truly that Dharma is the Truth (Satya); Therefore, when a man speaks the Truth, they say, "He speaks the Dharma"; and if he speaks Dharma, they say, "He speaks the Truth!" For both are one. - Brihadaranyak Upanishad
#15463
| opinionated liberal food fascist

Originally posted by: Aupmanyav View Post

You need a guru. :D


As well as more discerning critics. ;)
#15464
| Member
Home baked garlic cheese stuffed chicken roll, butter sauteed swiss mushrooms & asparagus with lemon olive oil drizzled fresh avocado.
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#15465
| Search, be your own guru
Thanks, Halwa. Post after three days. I was mighty hungry.
Truly that Dharma is the Truth (Satya); Therefore, when a man speaks the Truth, they say, "He speaks the Dharma"; and if he speaks Dharma, they say, "He speaks the Truth!" For both are one. - Brihadaranyak Upanishad