Sincere apologies for freaking you all out with the photo in the previous post…Rakhi was still ok, but the guy next to her stood and stared like there was no tomorrow…Pls make a note that “It wasn’t me”!! 🙂
This time round, the post has some pleasant tummy and taste-bud tickling pics. 😀
Over the weekend, had been to this new restaurant called “Once upon a Pirate” on the Bessy beach road…in Chennai.
About the restaurant…in short:
Ambience: 3/5 Decoration: 4/5 Food: 4/5
Quantity: 3/5 Quality: 4/5 Service: 3/5
Price: 3/5 (high for the quantity)
Points to remember:
1) If you are planning to visit the place, have time at your disposal.
2) When you order, say it out loud and clear…
3) The lady waitress who brings the soup and finger bowls is one and the same. See what is being laid down in front of you. If she brings soup bowls for the second time round, be polite and say “It isn’t our order, can we have the rest of the order pls?”
4) The table napkin is to be returned back (I almost escaped with it, unknowingly…ok, I thought err…chalo, chodo!) 🙂
Note: Cognizant Employees were given discount, on informing them prior to Billing! 🙂
HeRe ArE tHe PiCs:
For the starters, we had the Chilli Paneer – The pieces of Green Capsicum were “cornered” in the dish! 🙂
Moving on to the main green dish – This is the Haraa Murgh (Green Chick-en) 😀 Don’t ask me “Where is the Chicken??” Its dead, cooked and settled at the bottom of the green gravy! 😛