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Oriental Avenue @Shangri-La Hotel
They serve oriental international cuisines. Unexpected combination was intriguing (sometimes disgusting, though:-P):
Dhaba @Claridge Hotel
Paneer Bhurji (a scrambled Indian cottage cheese flavored with capsicum; a yellow one in this picture) seemed extremely hot for everyone (except me:-)).
Keema Kaleji (a masala curry with mutton and lamb lever) was little bit tough for everyone...
Aka-saka @Defence Colony Market
A sino-japanese restaurant.
searching tips: don't forget to insert a hyphen between "aka" and "saka" (otherwise, search engine displays lots of Indian restaurant in Tokyo (Akasaka area), even when you include other keywords like "new delhi" or "defense colony").
Flavor of Mughals @Gurgaon
a Sino-Thai restaurant. Their butter masala was very nice.
Sakura @Metropolitan Hotel
a normal Japanese restaurant. Recommended for those who are tired in Indian cuisines.
breakfast in my hotel
a Yakult has been very popular recently in India
airline meals


no sign of expiry date for food
you have to guess it from the manufactured date:-(
a fiber in Gurgaon
the end side of this fiber was like this:-)
Qutub Minar
the admission fee was 10Rps for native(and registered foreigners), but 250Rps for foreigners.
Payed a visit to downtown Bangkok during the connection time

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