15 November, 2006

More Reviews!

Bangalore's cosmopolitan people attract more restaurants. Most restaurants comes up with unique theme and/or unique cuisine. My friends gang here have a flavor for tasting different cuisines. Because of that interest, We ended up in two truly different restaurants. First one is authentic Korean restaurant and the second one is authentic middle east (jewish) restaurant here in Koramangala. The ambiance in both restaurants are set unique to the places that they hail from. Korean has wood in majority of interiors and middle east hotel has bright colors that symbolizes Jewish assertiveness. The food served here gave us an out of the world experience, thought not in good spirit ;) In Korean restaurant, the chef suggested us a special rice food with remarks "This is world famous Korean food, if you can eat this, you can eat any food in the world". True to her words, we couldn't even go near the food. It was smelling badly. Another dish we ordered was fish curry rice that also turned out to be an bad experiment. The fish was raw and was smelling. In the second restaurant, none of the food was good except French fries. Pita bread is their main course and is similar to unbaked pizza crust. Falafel is some food item similar to our 'Masala vadai'. One commonality in both restaurants are the side dishes are much more tastier than main course. The middle east restaurant comes with tag 'more than veggie'. I doubt how those guys in middle east survive with this food and my similar sympathies for Korean friends too :)

I saw this movie on sunday with my friends. I went with minimum expectations for this movie, as all movies released during diwali turned out to be flops. The story plot is as old as me. Yet I liked this movie. It is an ok-ok movie, though I couldn't avoid dozing off in few scenes. Shahrukh tried his best to impersonate the legendary don. But most of the time, his actions ended up as a comedy track. All female stars Isha, Priyanka, Kareens don't have much role to play, other than adding glamour to the movie. I still prefer seeing this type of movies from Bollywood as it comes with minimum entertainment guarantee with known story plot. Shankar mahadevan could have given some good flicks for this movie. 'The Symphoney' cinema hall had the worst acoustics too to add to our woes.

I saw this movie yesterday with my friend. Wow. The story plot is quite simple but enough for three hours movie. The heroine selection could have been done in better way, I didn't like her at all:) The dialogues has F**King problem, true, everyone has used this four letter word many times. We had hearty laugh on over hearing comments in cinema "Why the f**king hell we didn't see this movie before?" "What that f**king a**h*le doing in the screen?". It is good to go for hollywood movies these days as compared to Indian movies for two reasons 1) Most of the hollywood movies getting released here are no nonsense movies 2) they have a decent story plot or I don't understand the story at all, I don't get bored in either ways. The dialogues and accents of people are simple to understand in this movie. I couldn't even laugh at most of the jokes :)


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7 comments:

பத்மகிஷோர் said...

any eskimo cusine restaurant in bangalore? also i would like you to explore and review ghanaian , zimbabwean and icelandic food.
Not kidding , asking you seriously. :-)

Nirek said...

@kishore
:) even if it is kidding, I dont mind. you know what, instead of getting 'bulb' in these multi cuisine restaurants, We decided to start some restaurant and claim it gives out some unknown country's authentic cuisine. even if all people in bangalore comes to my restaurant for one time, then we will become millionaire, right??

:)

Anonymous said...

Falafel = brinjal
and koran food is rice and to my experince mixed with a soup and most korean foods are uncooked
I like it... be more open with your taste buds ... then u will have fun .. happy munching

Anonymous said...

Falafel = brinjal
and koran food is rice and to my experince mixed with a soup and most korean foods are uncooked
I like it... be more open with your taste buds ... then u will have fun .. happy munching

ranjhith said...

A few f@!king entries are here:
http://thrattle.wordpress.com/2004/06/11/word-fk/
http://thrattle.wordpress.com/2004/09/13/dear-fker/

Hope u had good f@!king fun. >:O)

Nirek said...

@das
lemme try with open taste buds next time when i go to korean restaurant! :)

@Ranjhith
I saw those f$&ing entries, you have done a f%^ing research dude!

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