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Michelin Star Restaurants in Antwerp

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 Amanda Luczynska (July 16, 2008)  Belgian “national dishes" are fries with mussels , rabbit with plums, eel in green sauce ( Paling in't Groen in Dutch) and meatballs with “rabbit sauce" - also called “hunter sauce". It is not likely that you will find those on the menu in Michelin Stared restaurants, maybe a “noble" version of some of those dishes, but in general you can expect french influence. . (Restaurant Reviews)

Top 5 Sushi Restaurants For Your Dinner Party

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 Mario Stewart (July 16, 2008)  Did you ever have any notion of trying a sushi food in a sushi restaurant in New York? For a lot of people the sushi food means only the raw food. Many food lovers just get turned off when they hear about the uncooked fish which is served in a classy way. But the actual truth is that once you have a sushi food, you will actually love it and it will add in your favorite cuisine list. You . (Restaurant Reviews)

Austin Restaurant Spotlight Clarksville and West Lynn St

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 Ki Gray (July 16, 2008)  One of Austin's most sought-after neighborhoods, Clarksville offers a close-knit neighborhood feel in a European style, pedestrian-friendly setting. With small privately-owned markets and delicious restaurants all a stone's throw away, Clarksville residents happily enjoy the best Austin has to offer. And while Clarksville is home to a number of distinctive shops, including .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Dining in Niagara

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 David Greensburg (July 16, 2008)  Your bags are packed, you found a place to stay, and are eagerly awaiting dinner. . . but where to eat? Niagara on the Lake offers one of the most diverse dining arenas in all of Ontario. Choosing your dinning location can be daunting, when you look at the many options laid out for you. Wineries: Niagara is wine country, and there is no shortage of wineries to choose from. If you enjoy . (Restaurant Reviews)

Romantic Restaurants For Your Anniversary Surprise

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 Mario Stewart (July 15, 2008)  Celebrating your anniversary is an important event, mainly if it has a very significant and major event in somebody's life or existence of an organization. The anniversaries are a perfect chance to celebrate people's togetherness and beginning of something. The historians have traced the birth of the silver and the golden anniversaries to the medieval Germanic Europe, where the silver .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Maui Italian Restaurants

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 Kani Amea (July 15, 2008)  Maui Italian restaurants, spread across the magnificent Islands of Maui, will provide you an ideal dining option, if you happen to tour the area on a laid-back Hawaii vacation. These restaurants offer a rare opportunity of enjoying delicious Italian cuisines, along with the traditional Hawaii dishes at the very heart of exotic Maui beaches amidst panoramic views of amazing sunsets. .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Roys Hawaiian Fusion Restaurant in Bonita Springs, Florida

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 Roger D. Lang (July 15, 2008)  Hidden away in the posh Promenade shopping center in Bonita Springs is Roy's Hawaiian Fusion restaurant. For over eight years Roy's restaurant has been one of the premier destinations for special event dining in Southwest Florida. Birthdays. Engagements. Anniversaries. Graduations. Promotions. Whether you're welcoming someone home, sending someone off, celebrating your last day of a .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Whos Cooking?

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 Alex Filippi (July 14, 2008)  There are many adjectives one can use to describe a chef: passionate, curious, inventive, well-trained and daring. Add to this list the adjective “entrepreneurial" can become “great chef". There are not many “great chefs" in Bali - only a few, but Yamamoto certainly belongs in that category. When one eats “Yamamoto food" one knows that years of training and years . (Restaurant Reviews)

Host Your Party in Private Room With These Beautiful Restaurants

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 Erica Maurer (July 13, 2008)  New York City is among the most important center for trade and commerce in the world. Being the world's major cities for politics, international finance, culture and entertainment, it welcomes large number of people from all over the world. New York has a lot to offer to the visitors in terms of culture, entertainment, food and lodging. It is an important destination for organizing .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Top 10 Places to Take Your Family For Dinner

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 Erica Maurer (July 12, 2008)  People are finding it increasingly difficult to be able to spend some quality time with family now days. The work takes so much out of you, that you hardly have time to interact with your family. There is so much competition that if you don't give your hundred percent to your work, you would never succeed. There had been many instances of family suffering because of not being able to .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Simple and Delicious Maharashtrian Thali at Durwankur Pune Restaurants

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 Trupti Shetty (July 11, 2008)  What you see - Located on the busy Tilak road the pink building in the corner is difficult to miss. The huge kitchen of this Pune restaurant is on the first level with high hygiene standards while the second level is the massive dining area which can easily accommodate about 200 people. The place is simple with no frills and fancies. There are several tables laid out here with plastic .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Emerils Tchoup Chop Kicks it Up a Notch

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 Lee C Alexander (July 10, 2008)  As a travel agent I am constantly on the lookout for locations to recommend to my clients and the agents I work with. Being based in Florida not far from the family vacation location of the world, Orlando, I have a unique opportunity to sample what this area has to offer. Of course when you mention Orlando visions of a large mouse and his friends, jumping killer whales or movies come to . (Restaurant Reviews)

Restaurant Acoustics

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 Dr. Bob Orther (July 10, 2008)  Have you ever been inside of a crowded restaurant sitting at a table with your wife or girlfriend only to find out that you could not hear a word she was saying because the acoustics in the restaurant were so poor? Most restaurants employ hard surface areas throughout in order to easily keep the establishment clean and healthy. The problem with all the clean hard surfaces is that they .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Johns Pizzeria, NYC Not to Be Missed

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 Maralyn Hill (July 10, 2008)  Last night we discovered John's. It first opened its doors in 1929 on Sullivan Street in Greenwich Village. After losing its lease, owner John Sasso dismantled the brick oven and moved it to it's currant Bleecker Street address when it still turns out the renowned and legendary pizza. In 1984 John's opened a branch on 64th Street on the Upper East Side. Its continued success made the .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Lotus Roots and Dim Sums at Shanghai Club Chennai Restaurant

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 Kamakshi Alagapan (July 10, 2008)  What you see - Located on the ground floor of the prestigious Sheraton Chola Hotel in central Nungambakkam, bang opposite Kalpa Stree and Kalpa Druma, this Chinese cuisine restaurant is around 1,500 square feet in size. Around 16 wooden tables, round and square, two seater as well as larger ones, are well arranged here. Maroon and pale yellow cushioned wooden chairs surround these .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Caldo De Piedra - Oaxaca Restaurant Review

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 Alvin Starkman (July 10, 2008)  Campesinos working the land or tending flocks in the river valleys and hills of the Sierra Norte would stop, fish for trout, or perhaps gather lobster-like langostinos after the first rains in May, and then cook their bounty in an unusual way. They would place their catch in a half-gourd filled with river water and freshly picked aromatic herbs, heat rocks from the banks to red-hot, .. (Restaurant Reviews)

El Patio Restaurant in Havana, For the Best Gourmet

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 Jose Mauricio Maurette Garces (July 08, 2008)  José Lezama Lima (1910-1976), a very polemic Cuban author, who wrote the novel Paradiso chose El Patio restaurant in La Habana Vieja as cuisine headquarter, a site of many aromas and a daydreaming environment. For the writer, who compared once the lamb to the reading and placing them in their corresponding place, without discrediting one before another, it was a pleasant place worth .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Typical Restaurant Charges

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 David Belmont (July 02, 2008)  Knowing a few things about the restaurants and the way they charge you will help you to get the best service and pay only a reasonable amount for it. While one would like to say that all eating spots are fair and list everything upfront, sadly, it is not so. There are a number of places that put a footnote in the menu saying tat a certain dish is only to be ordered for two. That means .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Dining on New Providence Island, Bahamas

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 Randy Besosa (July 02, 2008)  The Bahamian Kitchen, in Nassau, right next to the Trinity Church on Trinity Place, offers authentic Bahamian cuisine. It is the place to go if you're interested in experiencing “real" Bahamian food. Specialties include such dishes as stewed fish, curried chicken, fried red snapper, okra soup, corned beef and grits, pea soup with dumplings, all served with the traditional .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Happy Hours in Austin

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 Ki Gray (July 01, 2008)  Austin is a great restaurant town, and one of the best ways to explore all the different possibilities is to take advantage of the many great happy hours. Some of the city's finest establishments offer drink specials, discounted appetizers, and a great atmosphere to sample their fare without committing to a meal. Here are some of the best happy hour deals out there: Manuel's: With two .. (Restaurant Reviews)

San Francisco Restaurant Tips, From a Picky Local

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 Suzanne De Cornelia (June 28, 2008)  If you're going to San Francisco, forget the flowers in your hair. Take it from a local-these are the restaurants to try: -Heading to the AT&T Ball Park for a Giants game? If your love southern and soul food, or are a Golden State Warriors fan, try Big Nate's Barbeque: Former Golden State Warriors Nate Thurmond opened the popular Memphis-style barbeque joint in 1974. Carnivores say the .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Hep and Happening, Bottles and Chimney Pubs in Hyderabad

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 Shah Barkha (June 24, 2008)  What you see - With the boom in the social scene and a considerable increase in purchasing power, the metro finally got what it desperately needed with Bottles ‘n’ Chimney - an exclusive night-club with plush sofas, winding staircase and thumping music. What you get - The first level of B&C (as it is popularly known) is a quiet lounge, while the ground floor has a lot more .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Chic and Contemporary, Touch Pubs in Hyderabad

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 Shah Barkha (June 24, 2008)  What you see - Located in Banjara Hills, this swanky lounge called Touch is replete with modern furniture and chic interiors. The nightspot is segregated into a restaurant area and a party place. As expected, the party place is more contemporary then the restaurant area. The decor spells modernity and actually has a “Star Trek" feel, courtesy the ambient lighting and the .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Ahala, More Than Just a Lounge Hyderabad Pubs

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 Shah Barkha (June 24, 2008)  What you see - This Hyderabad Pub in the uber-luxurious Taj Krishna has replaced the widely popular night club and discotheque T2 (which ironically was The Tunnel Version 2 hence the name) quite well. Now when a five star hotel decides to make a lounge, you know they're going to pull out all the stops. So you see gondola-shaped tables and rose petal potpourri setting the mood here to .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Restaurants in Austin With Live Music

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 Ki Gray (June 23, 2008)  Austin is known as the Live Music Capital of the World. One of the best parts about having that distinction is that even if you aren't necessarily into the club scene, you can still hear live music at restaurants throughout the city. Whether you feel like hearing Cajun, blues, country, Latin or rock, you can almost always find a great meal enhanced by a great band playing. Threadgill's . (Restaurant Reviews)

Savoring Dundee A Hotspot For Fantastic Omaha Restaurants

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 Laurie Brekke (June 23, 2008)  Omaha, Nebraska’s Dundee neighborhood has seen a surge of restaurants cropping up lately that seem to finally have a good handle on what their neighbors want. No small feat considering that Dundee is merely three blocks wide and populated with such a varied mix of people. It’s common to find million-dollar, single family homes adjacent to brick apartment complexes filled .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Deweys Pizza Kirkwood, MO Review

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 Teri Davis (June 22, 2008)  We visited Dewey's Pizza in Kirkwood, MO on Saturday and were delighted by the entire experience. There was a 10 minute wait for a table, which wasn't a big deal but we were surprised that the restaurant was so busy since Saturday lunch is historically the slowest day of the week for most places. We were seated at a booth that was spotlessly clean, (as was the restroom I visited while .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Dine Under the Skies at Terrace Bay Restaurants in Hyderabad

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 Shah Barkha (June 20, 2008)  What you see - Terrace Bay offers a fantastic culinary experience with unequaled skyline views. Situated on the fifth floor of the Babukhan Mall and spread over an area of 11,000 square feet, the restaurant is too good to be true. The moment you step into the restaurant, the interiors leave you mesmerized. Highly stylized and apt lighting and dark wood interiors add to the striking .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Dine by the Lake at the Water Front Restaurants in Hyderabad

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 Shah Barkha (June 20, 2008)  What you see - Stunning ambiance, great location, prompt service but heavy on the pocket. That's The Water Front, a multi-cuisine restaurant-cum-bar located on the precincts of the Hussain Sagar Lake in the city. We checked it out for its readers and here's what we have to say. The semi-dome structure, made of glass and steel, is impressive even without a trace of concrete in it. Kudos . (Restaurant Reviews)

Unwind at Our Place Restaurants in Hyderabad

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 Shah Barkha (June 20, 2008)  What you see - If lush greenery and solitude is what you are looking for along with your meal, then Our Place will definitely make you feel at home. Located in Banjara Hills, it is the place where all exhausted souls can unwind after a hard day's work. Here you can find nature in its best form, whether it is in the rocks, the ethnic cottages, the landscaping or the air-conditioned .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Dastar, From the Arabic Kitchen Restaurants in Hyderabad

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 Shah Barkha (June 20, 2008)  What you see - The moment you step into Dastar, the fairy tale world of Arabian Nights will flood your mind. Well, almost. . . except for a missing troupe of belly dancers! Dastar gives you the option of a sit-out or a cozy meal inside. If you opt for the former, you could have your meal with a view of the KBR Park and if you are the indoor kinds, the private dining rooms are quite .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Dine in Style at Fusion 9 Restaurants in Hyderabad

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 Shah Barkha (June 20, 2008)  What you see - F-9, the multi-cuisine restaurant has an interesting story behind its name. While it is said that it calls itself Fusion 9 because it serves nine varieties of cuisine at one place, some also say that it is so called because 9 is a powerful number according to numerology. Anyway, we thought that it's best to visit the restaurant to review its nine cuisines than believe in .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Dubais Cool, Smart and Friendly Bars

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 Christen Richardson (June 19, 2008)  Dubai is the second largest of the seven Emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates. The city grew significantly for the past decades and has many things to offer to distinctive traveler or party-man. Originally it was a settlement on an ancient nomadic trading route. By the 19th century the settlement had evolved into a fishing village, taking all advantages of the fertile Arabian .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Chinese Delights at Oysters Blue Restaurants in Hyderabad

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 Shah Barkha (June 19, 2008)  What you see - Oysters Blue restaurant is easy to miss unless you are really looking for it. But enter the place and it overpowers you with its soft ambiance. Hues of blue and green complemented with aqua wall hangings, mood lighting, and soft music fit well with the name of this restaurant. On the walls are LCD screens, featuring the latest fad. We weren't surprised to find cricket on . (Restaurant Reviews)

Malaysian Cuisine at Awana Restaurants in Hyderabad

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 Shah Barkha (June 19, 2008)  What you see - A pretty woman in black with a muted red belt ushers you into Awana, the Malaysian restaurant. Just across the foyer is the bar, with low tables and leather cushions on your left and regular tables on your right. You will find that this is a two-storied restaurant with the staircase lined with pictures of buildings in Malaysia and done up with wooden paneling. And the .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Chutneys, For Dosas Restaurants in Hyderabad

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 Shah Barkha (June 19, 2008)  What you see - The really cramped entrance with Lord Ganesha guarding the extended threshold is what you see first of this no-nonsense restaurant, Chutneys. The interiors are kept to the bare minimum with cane chairs and wood look-alike tables. The music they play is also predominantly south Indian or old classis, be it Hindi or Telugu. While you wait for the menu or food, they have a .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Colorful Cuisine at Bombay Vihar Restaurants in Hyderabad

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 Shah Barkha (June 19, 2008)  What you see - Colors and radiant ones at that. Yellows, reds and pinks may carry a kitschy feel today when it comes to restaurants. But when it comes to Bombay Vihar, these colors fit in quite well. That's because they symbolize the basic positioning of this restaurant which serves cuisine from the western regions of the country. To put things into perspective, how would you like a .. (Restaurant Reviews)

A Taste of Italy in Hyderabad Restaurants in Hyderabad

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 Shah Barkha (June 19, 2008)  What you see - Have you ever wondered why Little Italy serves only vegetarian food? Well, we think we have the inside information. It is because the owners of the company are Gujaratis. Now here's another piece of background. The brand was actually started by an Italian chef called Don Giovani, 17 years back, when he came to visit Osho's Ashram in Pune. So he started something called .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Noodles and More at Noodle Bar Restaurants in Hyderabad

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 Shah Barkha (June 19, 2008)  What you see - Simple yet elegant, and small yet big, the Noodle Bar at Hyderabad Central offers a lot more besides loads of noodle delights. Now it seems to be a modestly sized restaurant from the foyer but the saying, ‘Looks can be deceptive’ turns out to be dead right with this one! Because very soon you will learn that the three juxtaposed restaurants - Bombay Blue, .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Zafraan Laguna, For Mediterranean Cuisine Restaurants in Hyderabad

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 Shah Barkha (June 19, 2008)  What you see - Have you ever wondered why Little Italy serves only vegetarian food? Well, we think we have the inside information. It is because the owners of the company are Gujaratis. Now here's another piece of background. The brand was actually started by an Italian chef called Don Giovani, 17 years back, when he came to visit Osho's Ashram in Pune. So he started something called .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Far Eastern Cuisine Nearer Home Restaurants in Hyderabad

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 Shah Barkha (June 19, 2008)  What you see - The Banjara Hills area in Hyderabad seems to have a restaurant in every nook and cranny. Despite that, Ohri's was abounding with people. Havmor was packed with starving denizens of the city and waiting seemed to be the only option here. Sensing our hunger and impatience, however, we were courteously chaperoned to Serengeti on the fifth floor. This place reflects a jungle .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Famous For All the Right Reasons Restaurants in Hyderabad

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 Shah Barkha (June 19, 2008)  The legendary Famous Ice Cream on Nizamshahi Road in Mozzamjahi market still retains its good old-fashioned appeal at immensely pocket-friendly prices. A visit to Hyderabad is rightly said to be incomplete without seeing its iconic masthead Charminar, or tasting its culinary hallmark Dum biryani. But if you haven't followed this up with ice cream at Famous, you have definitely missed .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Indi Joe, For Global Cuisine at Indian Prices Restaurants in Hyderabad

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 Shah Barkha (June 19, 2008)  What you see - The BJN Hotels Group took a long time to expand in Hyderabad. But when they did, they did it with a bang. So they started off with Angeethi, the Punjabi dhaba-like restaurant that has been doing really well in the city, thanks to the economically-priced buffet. And then waited for years (wonder why?) to start their other restaurants in the city. So now with City Center .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Japanese Fare and Roma Pizzas at Collage Restaurants in Hyderabad

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 Pranay Rupani (June 19, 2008)  What you see - Ista hotel's restaurant Collage is nestled between giants like the Indian School of Business, Microsoft and Infosys. Away from the bustle of the city it has a weekend getaway feel to it. Beautifully surrounded by rocks as inanimate company, the hotel has a gate that seems like an entrance to a different world. Collage is the 24-hour restaurant at Ista and has a lovely .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Hyderabadi Biryani at Bombay Palace Restaurants in Hyderabad

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 Pranay Rupani (June 19, 2008)  What you see - Right along the chaotic Lakdi-ka-Pul junction is The Hampshire Plaza hotel. The huge lobby leads to a corridor to the restaurant - Bombay Palace. The door resembles that of a palatial chamber. Inside is the small restaurant which has a Mughlai feel to it. The walls have images of Bombay as it was in the earlier years. You are greeted with pictures of the Victoria .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Soups and Salads at Cassia Restaurants in Hyderabad

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 Pranay Rupani (June 19, 2008)  What you see - Am impressive façade of the Hampshire Plaza Hotel greets you when you walk in from the ever busy Lakdi-ka-Pul area. The serenity inside is a welcome change from the chaotic traffic outside. The spacious lobby of the hotel leads you to their coffee shop Cassia. This place has a touch of class to it. The aroma of the buffet laid out leads you in. There is a separate .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Finger Licking Kebabs Food in Hyderabad

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 Pranay Rupani (June 19, 2008)  Hyderabad is most famous for its Biryani but not far behind are the delectable Kebabs served at many a place around the city. Not surprisingly most of Kebabs the places which serve the best Biryani also serve some of the best Kebabs but all that is changing as new eateries get added to the city's map. Here is our guide to some of the best places for Kebabs around the city. Old and .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Vegan Brunch

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 Erica Kubersky (June 18, 2008)  As a vegan living in NYC that works at a vegan business, one of the questions our staff gets asked most often is, “Where are the great vegan restaurants?" This can be especially challenging for Sunday brunch, which is typically rife with non-vegan fare, such as eggs, meat, cheese, etc. Yet Sunday brunch is one of my favorite meals, and it's always fun to join friends for a .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Got the Munchies? Clubs That Keeps the Kitchen Open Late

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 Mario Stewart (June 16, 2008)  The New York City nightlife is famous worldwide for its events, fast paced fun and energetic, excited people. The NYC comprises of the trendiest clubs that offers great service, delicious cuisine and is vibrant with activities and events organized daily. There are many night clubs in New York City that keeps the kitchen open till late hours of night. These clubs are a regular hangout .. (Restaurant Reviews)

Lake Mary And Seminole County Florida Mexican Restaurants - A Great Place For Family Fun

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 Joseph Celestine (May 18, 2008)  Have you considered a Lake Mary and Seminole County Florida Mexican restaurant when you are planning a night out with your family? It is an ideal location for good food, and great atmosphere. Mexican food is a particular favorite among kids and they will be thrilled with your choice of restaurant. When you are planning a night out with the family it is always a good idea to plan in .. (Restaurant Reviews)




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