Mysore Masala Dosa - must've eaten hundreds of them ( if not thousands ), with both the red and green chutney. Seen it's price grow from Rs.15/- once upon a time to Rs.50/- today. I have the normal masala dosa ( see below ) too, quite regularly. It has a chinese version as well with schezwan sauce! And such pleasure to see a Dosa being made in front of you :-)
Who doesn't love free stuff, even if it is just a cuppa coffee? Well atleast I do. Recently, I got 3 cappucino vouchers from the three KOI vouchers that I ordered online. And me being a coffee-maniac simply loved it. I used 1 till now, so 2 more coffee cups to go! :D
Can I live without a bite? HELL NO! So, grabbing a quick bite of Spinach Corn Sandwich. ( I paid for this though @Rs.160/- )
After the coffee, it was time to redeem another voucher \YAY / And this time, it was a BMS Movie voucher and the movie that day was Krrish3 :D The pictures below were just as I was waiting for the movie to start. Then 2 girls came and told me that I was sitting on their seat. I was surprised how it could be, and showed them my ticket. I found out that I was sitting in the wrong hallA, so I hurried and went to hallB, where the movie had already started :|
I got very lazy yesterday ( as usual ) and was feeling lethargic to go to my kitchen ( as usual ) to find food. My kitchen is anyways almost empty cos' of my addiction to outside food. So, I got into business. I made my first order of 'Gosht Biriyani' via cashkaro website. And 'Chicken Fried Rice' via another online website FoodPanda. I was done for the day. I'll eat the gosht ( mutton ) biriyani during day and the chicken fried rice later, I decided :D Can you guess - which one is gosht and which one chicken? ( hint is in the colour )
UPDATE : Decided to upload the Chicken Biriyani ( @Rs.120/- plate, now increased to 150/- ) dish that I had recently, also a potato-rice pulao dish I made. Question is like before - Identify the Chicken Biriyani :D
Btw, love the Papad :-)
UPDATE : Just recently I came across an unassuming little biriyani shop. It specializes in dum-biriyani - lucknowi style. The biriyani lover in me naturally got curious and tempted. Without a second thought I bought a parcel costing Rs.80/- only. Now that was quite cheap, I thought, after having bought biriyani for Rs.150/- or more from bigger shops. So, though small the impact has been big. They take big party/marriages orders too, so don't go by their size. The biriyani is served with raita. I took pictures of the place while the man was packing my order. And the taste is yummy :-) I've made several rounds of this shop till date.