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Pandora Gastronomy & Bar, Nyati Unitree, Nagar Road, Yerwada, Pune

Upmarket place serving select inspired preparation from Indian & global cuisines with some really interesting and uncommon preparations you can get at restaurants.

 
Valet parking, small property at premium location with open air as well as air-conditioned constrained seating arrangement at two levels, decent illumination, nice background score, family and couple oriented place… overall nice ambiance to start with. 463 more words

Pune Restaurants

The oldest restaurants in Singapore

(Source: www.timeout.com)

OG murtabak

There’s no preventing the pong of oil and fried dough clinging to your clothes the moment you step into this grungy shophouse unit. 160 more words

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Jom Jom Malay at Ansal plaza mall, Delhi 

Last Monday, I was at this well lit, cafe themed, casual dining place for a lunch that specialises in Malaysian food.

Located on the ground floor of the mall, the place is done beautifully with peppy coloured rickshaw at the entrance, differently themed walls and comfortable wooden sitting. 288 more words

The oldest restaurants in Singapore

(Source: www.timeout.com)

OG murtabak

There’s no preventing the pong of oil and fried dough clinging to your clothes the moment you step into this grungy shophouse unit. 160 more words

Lifestyle

Malaysian Kampung - Bentleigh (VIC)

Jurisdiction: Malaysian

Outcome: Hung Jury

Salient features: Murtabak

Ratio decidendi: MKR offers authentic home made roti for south-easiders who aren’t up for the drive/train ride to Mamak in the city. 153 more words

Food Adventures

Eating my way through Singapore - top picks!

Headed to Singapore? Craving for the perfect chili crab / satay / chicken rice / murtabak / char siew? Search no more! My list will give you the lowdown on where to eat, what to eat, and where it’s near (for all those tourists) – read on for a gastronomic experience you won’t likely forget! 2,071 more words

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World Street Food Congress 2017: A Foodie's Wonderland

(super late post)

With more than 40 dishes from various parts of the globe, the World Street Food Congress is a must-go event for foodies. This year’s WSFC moved to the bigger venue, from the Bonifacio Global City  to the Mall of Asia Concert Grounds and with that they have invited more stalls and a wider place to hang out in. 197 more words

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