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As the book goes to press, I dial the Happiness Hotline (68886888), am connected to the nearest branch (they have almost 40 outlets in the city), and the piping-hot pizza is delivered within 30 minutes, as promised. Alternatively, log on to www.dominos.co.in to place online orders and you’ll be happy you did. Try the new side orders - Chicken Kickers, Italian Pasta and the Pizza Dips (basil, barbeque and tartar). They also have a new offer for individuals - one topping pizzas for Rs. 39, Rs. 55 and Rs. 75. Choose from 17 toppings (including local flavours like Peppy Paneer) on different bases (classic, hand-tossed, cheese burst, ultimate deep dish, deep dish and thin crust) in any of the three sizes (regular, large, extra large). Flavourful hand-tossed pizzas arrive quickly with the "30-minutes-nai-toh-free" scheme. I recommend the Pepperoni, Cheese Burst Pizza with creamy liquid cheese packed in, Meatzza (Ham and Lamb), Thin and Crispy Crust Pizza, Chicken Wings and Veg Extravaganza. They offer Mexican Wrap, Italian pasta, garlic sticks and brownies, but please stick to the pizzas. Cap it off with the luscious Choco Lava Cake with molten chocolate filling or the newest dessert on the menu - the Butterscotch Mousse Cake.

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Get into the Goan spirit. Enjoy the colourful ambience and the Goan fare as much as meeting the equally colourful and affable owner-couple, Suhas and Deepa Awchat. No other restaurant in the city serves Hindu, Catholic Goan and Portugese fare. But here cookbook author chef–owner Deepa Awchat presents it all. Go to Goa: it resides in Mahim in a colourful Portuguese "bungalow". Officially recognized by the Government of Goa, this 24-year-young, pioneering resto-bar, serving Goan and Portuguese cuisines has also been featured in the New York Times and several other international newspapers. Goa Portugesa opens in Andheri. Sudeep Awchat, the 24-year-old son of the colourful, owner–couple, Deepa and Suhas Awchat sets up here. Gone is the thematic cute ambience (which I prefer), and all three restaurants (Diva Maharashtracha, Culture Curry) are housed together in a contemporary building and also have a common composite menu. In both places, there is superb Prawn Curry-Rice and the Portuguese Galinha Cafreal are the highlights. While the Pork Vindaloo is not as good, the Tender Coconut Cashew Nut Sukke dish is outstanding. Who says Goan food is all about Pork Sorpotel and Fish 'n' Prawn Curry? There's more: Balchao, Xacutti, Bombay Duck stuffed with Crab Meat and Stuffed Mussels are all worth trying. Interestingly, it serves shakahari food as well, made in a dedicated kitchen, with more than fifty pure-vegetarian dishes. "Orgasmic Organs" feature bheja and kaleji. Do ask for the Succulent Roast Turkey, superb Portuguese Serradura dessert. Enjoy the lively Goan music, knock-back drinks from the lively small bar (plenty of imported wines too).P.S Check out the Power Lunch Rs.299 (veg), Rs.399 (non-veg) at the Shivaji Park branch.

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