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A couple of days ago, we went to have lunch out. We went to a popular restaurant in our area, named Hanglaatherium (Hangla, for short). The place had a great atmosphere, and I realized that immediately. Looking at the painted wall of the building, I realized that this was more than food. It was great cartooning as well.

Hangla’s Walls

This background was humorous and funny, but the food was better. We ordered a chicken biriyani (flavored rice with potatoes and meat), chicken, and naan (Indian bread).

I only had the chicken and naan, since those looked the best. My dad had the biriyani, and took a picture.

The red tables made us long for the food, and most of us devoured it. The food was elegant, good, spectacular. The naan was a dried, soft bread that had small burns for taste. The chicken was named “bhatra” and consists of well marinated and juicy chicken. Bhatra was most probably my favourite dish at Hangla.

After we ate, we were given the bills, along with a platter of edible seeds and spices.

By Rudra Chakrabarti

I am a writer, illustrator and a reviewer of children's books. I have collaborated with my dad to write/illustrate books. We also run a YouTube channel together. :D

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