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A Pie For Sam Weller

Cosy, wood-panelled, old worldish and above all, quite unobtrusive.

A Pie For Sam Weller
Jitender Gupta
A Pie For Sam Weller
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Pickwick’s, The Claridges
12 Aurangzeb Road, New Delhi 110011
Tea for two, with heavy snacks: Rs 2,000

Notwithstanding austerity drives and touching scenes of Rahul baba eating poori sabzi in the hinterland, the truth is Congressmen rather like hanging about in hotels, especially those in the vicinity of the all-important AICC. While big shots favour the House of Ming at the Taj and the coffee shop of the Meridien, several middle-rungers and aspirants (yes even the better class of Haryanvi ticket-seeker, not given to hanging around outside bhavans) have a marked fancy for Pickwick’s—cosy, wood-panelled, old worldish and above all, quite unobtrusive.

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