Thursday, February 11, 2010

Cafe Thulp

After 10 months in Germany, Ms WeightConsious came back to Bangalore. We met up over the evening at Thulp. VP and I inquired if they could make the Teriyaki burger (even though it wasn't on the board as the day's specials), and they said they could. What was interesting was the the reaction of the guy who took our order. He came back saying:

Thulp Waiter: Yes, the chef said he would be able to make it.
Me: Great, we'll have two then [one for VP and one for me; P and WeightConsious were having something else]
TW: Two??? [eyebrows raised] Let me check!
All of us: Huh? [laughter]

In any case, they were able to make two teriyaki burgers for us, although they weren't like the one I had when I visited the place to review it for Bangalore Mirror (that one had sauteed mushrooms, etc., while this one didn't). It was grilled with Teriyaki sauce. None the less, it was good.

Teriyaki burger


Tom Kha soup (or some soup of Tom)


Fries with garlic and cheese


Zorba the Greek (veg sandwich)


Chucky something (chickpeas sandwich)


Hammy hears a who (ham sandwich)


Her face got in the way


There's my structure




6 comments:

Suhas said...

How was the Tom Kha soup? It used to be a favourite of mine in the US, where cheap Thai food was widely available. Wondering if this might give me an additional reason to visit Thulp someday.

The Wandering Minstrel said...

K, have i told u i loathe u for putting up all those gorgeous pictures? makes me want to cook every single thing...the vegetarian at least. u evil evil man. hmph.

Karthik Shetty said...

@Suhas: I guess the soup was good, or my friend wouldn't have finished it.

@Reema: Er, no, you haven't, but should I take a hint? What am I supposed to do? And why only vegetarian? You've switched over?

The Wandering Minstrel said...

Dude! i have always been vegetarian :D well, no, actually, i have been vegetarian since 1999. over 10 years now :) just a choice. i woke up 1 day and all things nonveg smelled like blood. sorry. i am not a preachy vegetarian though. the world can eat everything they want as long as they leave me alone :P
ps: dont do anything. keep posting those fotos and make me miserable. its ok. what are friends for anyway.

Karthik Shetty said...

The way I see it, you have a choice: either cook whatever you like, or go out and find stuff that you like and eat it. Or you can opt for what's behind door number 3 - do both (like me). All 3 options are winning ones, with the last option being a sure-shot winner :)

The Wandering Minstrel said...

i am already option 3-ing :P librans are all about healthy balancing :) (angelic smile etc)