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    Something fishy
    Ente Keralam’s Kuttanadan Food Festival on until March 8, offers diners Kuttanadan cuisine from Kerala’s Alappuzha district. Choose from delicacies like karimeen pollichathu, kalanji curry and konju pollichathu, apart from chemballi pacha kurumulagittathu and aattu vaala thenga varutharacha curry. Rs.800 upwards. At Ulsoor Road. Details: 32217201

    Getting grilled
    Drop into JW Kitchen for their newly introduced Surf and Turf grill nights on Fridays. Choose to either have your food cooked Indian on a tawa, grilled or with Oriental touches. The menu includes cuts of meats, ribs, fresh seafood like red snapper, lady fish, shrimp, and scampi. Rs.2,499 ++ (without alcohol), Rs.3,499++ (with alcohol). At Vittal Mallya Road. Details: 8884494035

    Early Sundays
    Rasa introduces its Sunday breakfast from 9 am until 12 noon. On the menu are South Indian favourites like puttu kadala, appam and stew, masala dosa, ghee and onion roast dosa, masala and plain idlis, onion uthappam, thatthu dosa and more. You can round off your meal with a steaming cup of tea or coffee. Rs.700++ for two. At CMH Road, Indiranagar. Details: 41518237

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