most juicy rolls in bengaluru – Hotel Fanoos Restaurant
their jumbo mumbo seekh rolls are excellent.they have a variety of rolls to choose from and since i have not tried all of them but what i have heard all of them are very good.a must visit for me in bengaluru.
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Located near Johnson Market.Back from School days this place has been selling Juicy sheek rolls and various kebabs.Their quality had never changed since then & even till this day.They are the best in Bangalore so far. Keep it up guys & Rock & Roll.
Fanoos restaurant located in Frazer town Bangalore is a well maintained restaurant specialized in Arabic food. Dining space is provided in the first floor and the majlis is also an attraction there. The food provided especially the kebabs and grills are so tasty along with the breads provided by them. The fanoos spec Kashmiri roti which is a stuffed roti with dry fruits and fruits and the Raju roti, stuffed cashew roti is a tastier option. Altogether it’s a good option for the Arabic food lovers in Bangalore.
I visited this place after hearing some exceptional reviews from friends , travelling almost around the city. I glad that I am not disappointed but not exceptionally excited too.
We had the beef roll, mutton roll and chicken roll. The meat was perfectly cooked in every rolls however it lacks a bit of sauce. The rolls are just made of meat, and onion so get a bit dry. However the taste did not.disappoint us.
I feel.the price is a bit high for the quality. It costed 220 for the beef roll (biggest size). Considering the restaurant category, service I feel this price is really high.
I would suggest the smaller rolls as they seem to moderately priced.
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Under Wraps!: Recipes for Juicy Rolls, Packed Parcels and Delicate Skins
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All the recipes in this book were developed by the author based on one source of inspiration – the form that is the wrapper and the wrapped. The recipes reflect the influences of many cultures, both eastern and western, and are also consist of a good mix of classic and innovative dishes. From rolled chapati to fried Japanese seaweed rolls, phyllo pastry purses to bananas en papillote, Nyonya glutinous rice dumplings and Vietnamese rice paper rolls – “Under Wraps!” is one treasure trove of recipes! The featured recipes include: Quail’s Eggs Siu Mai; Steamed Sago Beef Balls; Fish Poached with Grapes; Mango Wraps with Peanut Sauce; Fruit and Chocolate Purses; Caramel Bananas en Papillote; Green Tea Dumplings in Syrup; Aubergine Rolls with Herbed Cheese Stuffing; and Lotus Flowers.
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A former cafe-owner, Debbie Teoh is currently in the food business fulltime. She currently runs her own catering business and develops and tests recipes fro a number of Malaysian magazines including Flavours. Debbie also conducts cooking classes and also specialises in creating 3D cakes for special occasions.
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Under Wraps!: Recipes for Juicy Rolls, Packed Parcels and Delicate Skins by Debbie Teoh at AbeBooks.co.uk – ISBN 10: 9812329641 – ISBN 13: 9789812329646 – Marshall Cavendish – 2006 – Softcover