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Monday, 27 February 2012



That is some seriously good-looking biryani - man are those rice grains LONG! I'm gonna have dreams tonight about bouncing around in big, fluffy, fragrant mounds of the stuff... :p

Cara @ Gourmet Chick

I went to Ashok and Ashok on Pamela's recommendation as well! (Actually I am Australian and apparently the Australian cricket team are big fans of the place as well). I can also highly recommend a rickshaw tour with Rahul! Looks like we have been to lots of the same places...


Oooooh, two of my most favourite Indian dishes! Quite desperate for biryani now...

Boots in the Oven

mmmm, that sounds like an amazing dream! I want to dream that too...

Boots in the Oven

Cara, how funny! I wonder how many people they get because of Pamela. They certainly didn't seem fazed by us and our camera!

I'd love to be there when the Aussie cricket team descends on it...

Boots in the Oven

I was never the biggest biryani fan... and now I know what I was missing! I'm sure you have good ones around London. mmmm, biryani.


Looks fabulous. Love Pam's blog.
And Limca, blast from past (childhood visits to family in India)... can (rarely) find it in London now.

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