ANOTHER VISIT TO MY RESTAURANT AL BAIQ ..

Let’s celebrate a re-visit to AL BAIQ here at this website. AL BAIQ is pronounced as a combination of BIKE and BOIK.  A difficult Arabic word for me.  It is my favorite restaurant here in Kodaikanal.  I did a long Post on Blogspot about AL BAIQ and some of the photos below you have seen.

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On the right is THE MAN .. Habib.  On the left is Rabeek.

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Habib and Cap ..

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The three of us!

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Santhosh wanted his photo taken.  So here you have Santhosh .. the one employee with a ‘smart phone’ who was able to download both of my two web sites and  to show the other employees at AL BAIQ some of my Posts. Santhosh deserved a photo!

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TAKE-OUT ORDERS are sent home in ‘bags’ they make from newspapers!

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A closer look at the TAKE-OUT ORDER bags hand-made from the local newspapers after they are read and finished.  This is a WOW!  I just love it!

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I know!  You ladies want to see Jugendra again!  Hello Bollywood!

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And this very morning I ‘ran into’ Jugendra as I was walking on-the-street and talking to Patti in Alaska on my cell phone.  I said to Patti .. “Do you want to say hello to Jugendra?”  The below photo shows Jugendra and Patti talking on the cell phone .. Kodaikanal India to Anchorage Alaska!

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I MEAN .. ARE WE HAVING FUN HERE?  OH YES!

OH!  That’s correct!  AL BAIQ is a restaurant.  How about a plate of Masala Dosai for breakfast. 60 Rs Indian ($1.20 US Dollars)

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On the right above is coconut chutney.  Tomato chutney is the next moving left.  The two on the left are sabar chutney.  They are room temperature but they are a ‘tad’ spicy.  The Indian people use the large rice pancake to tear into pieces and dip into the chutneys.

Another view with the chutneys right in front of you.

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I ATE-IT-ALL .. hot peppers and everything!  Then I ‘paid-the-price’ for devouring all of the chutney.  ‘Mexican Heartburn’!

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I think that I could live-my-life-out eating only Tandoori Chicken. Half a chicken costs 180 Rs Indian ($3.60 US Dollars).

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Tandoori Chicken is SO GOOD!

Then again .. so is the below Chicken Sheek Kabob!  150 Rs Indian ($3.00 US Dollars).  You see Yogurt (Curd) and Mint Chutney in the bowls.

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And the Al Faham Arabic Chicken.  180 Rs Indian ($3.60 US Dollars).

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OH YES there is always Chicken (Tandoori) Tikka.  The food at AL BAIQ is phenomenal.  Chicken Tikka is 150 Rs Indian ($3.00 US Dollars).  Tandoori Chicken has the chicken on-the-bones.  Chicken Tikka has solid pieces of chicken breast cooked in the Tandoori Over with the tandoori spices.  The mint chutney in the bowl is to-die-for good.

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I Wish You All Could Experience The Food!  HERE in Kodaikanal!

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I WISH YOU ALL COULD EXPERIENCE KODAIKANAL!

Smiles .. Cap


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