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Make your own BBQ

Adventurous souls can have a go at making their own barbeques


MANIPAL COUNTY has a unique offer for Bangaloreans, an innovative way to enjoy a Sunday. It's the "You do the BBQ", a first-of-its-kind offer, where you, as part of a group, can have a go at the grill.

If you're fed up going to the same old restaurants, eating the same old stuff, this surely could be a good try. Each group that dares to cook its own barbecue will be provided with a barbecue pit, skewers, and coal. A wide array of salads to munch, beer, and soft drinks to wash it all down are also available. The invitation is an open-ended one to all wannabe chefs to take part in this novel experience.

For more information, call Manipal County on 25734242, 25736705 or 25736706.

Spread over 16 acres of landscaped garden with a covered pavilion to seat 1,000 people, swimming pool, guest rooms, remodelled kitchen and more, Manipal County is located in Singasandra, off Hosur Road.

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