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What's Hot in Atlanta This Summer?

Kool Krushed Kurtis & Brocade



Crush tops to team with leggings or skinny jeans are on sale at Ladlee for $10 to $30. Menís kurtis are just $10. For the summer Indian wedding, brocade with swarovski crystal work is a must have. Ladlee has a great collection of brocade everything- from sari blouses; to lehngi choli to menís sherwanis to kids wear! More at www.ladlee.com.

Unique South Indian Delights



If you have not tried out the palappams and paniyarams at the Royal Indian Cuisine in Duluth, you must this summer. Palappams are light, delectable lace edged rice and coconut pancakes. Paniyaram is a round rice and lentil muffin like dish that is made either spicy or sweet in a special mould. New owners Shekar and Chandra will soon have another unique dish on the menu this summer Ė fish molee from Kerala! All their unique dishes are available on their weekend lunch buffet menu and a la carte through the week. Their most recent catering event held on July 4th set a new record not just for the new owners of Royal, but for any restaurant in the Atlanta area. Four chefs using eight appachattis (a wok-like vessel) made 600 appams in one hour, for a gathering of 270 people. Emeril would have called it a ďBamĒ moment! 

Mumbaiís Special Kufli Now in Atlanta



If you are from Mumbai, you probably have a special place in your heart for the shahi kulfi falooda, which is supposed to have originated in the metro. The new owners of Chinese Dhaba at the Global Mall food court have recently added this mouth watering, nut topped dessert to their menu. So all you folks from Mumbai; you do not have to wait until your next visit to the metro to indulge in the sweet delight. Just stop by at Chinese Dhaba at the food court during your next visit to the Global Mall. A bowl is priced at $3.50. 




  
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