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Top Five Dive Bars in Bangalore (not for the weak lined stomach)Views: 312
Jun 29, 2007 9:26 am re: re: re: Top Five Dive Bars in Bangalore (not for the weak lined stomach)

Reddy's Adventures Part II

So I joined some friends in Pingara and they were generally unhappy about the alcohol taste. So I instantly grab the chance to suggest a change to Reddy's next door.

Easily done. We entered Reddy's and sat at the cigarette burnt table with S1 staring in horror at its condition.

I sat next to the wall and leaned back on it. A few minutes later I looked towards the door only to find a HUGE COCKROACH SITTING ON MY SHOULDER! I generally freaked out swatted it off and went and sat on the other side of the table away from the wall with all the restaurant staff and waiters laughing at me.

S2: (in his mallu accent broken hindi) -- "Kya cnb, cockroach accha hai yaar".

Me: HUH?

So I decided to give the Coca Cola Chicken another try. This time it redeemed itself. It was spicy and tangy and not much batter. S2 loved it too.

Suddenly there was a HUUUGE CRASH right behind me and some liquid fell into my shoes. A guy carrying crates of beer inside had managed to drop a bottle (or two) from about shoulder height. The bottle had exploded after falling and there was glass scattered all over the restaurant and rivers of beer flowing under our table.

S2: "There's a puddle under the table."

Me: "It's beer yaar." -- (As if it made it ok)

S2: "Hmm yeah ok." -- (it did!)

It was more or less uneventful after that apart from needing to swat off ants climbing on my shirt.

We had pork pepper fry which was just ok. The problem with ordering pork is that half the meat is fat so we ended up eating only half and ordered a Chicken Chilli Dry which was also just ok. I think the "Dry" word confused the guy and he got something which was more like chicken pakoda.

Once again, damages were trivial.

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