Restaurant Reviews

Made in Punjab, UB City

For a Mangalorean like me, who was born and brought up in the Northern part of the country, sometimes good ol’ desi food is all it takes to make me happy. So when friends and we decided to have dinner over the weekend, we thought why not give the usual Chinese, Asian, Italian fare a miss and try out desi khana. Continue Reading…

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Bombay Brasserie, Indiranagar

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Located on Indiranagar 12th Main, Bombay Brasserie caught my attention from the day it had opened its doors to the public. So my partner in crime and I along with a close friend went here on a Saturday afternoon. Continue Reading…

Whitefield Social, Phoenix Market City

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If there is something that I cannot let go of, it is food. I’ve tried to diet, tried to leave a particular food item (read potato chips) and drink lots of green tea, but somehow the moment I see an opportunity to eat good food, I think YOLO 🙂 Continue Reading……

Smoor, Indiranagar

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I have always been more of a salad person than a main-course person, more of a sweet tooth person than your savoury person. So when Smoor opened its doors to the public for the first time in my hood (yes, that’s what I like to call Indiranagar now 🙂 ) I was more than excited. Smoor with all its glistening interiors attracted me from Day 1.Continue Reading…

The Bangalore Pantry, Indiranagar

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If you happen to live in Indiranagar, you will be spoilt for choices. So over the weekend when I was looking for a breakfast option that didn’t involve baked beans and sausages, my partner in crime and I headed to this little place called The Bangalore Pantry to satiate our hanger cravings.

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Pot-O-Noodles, Indiranagar

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I have always enjoyed a desi version of Chinese cuisine. Be it the dark brown chowmein or the gobi manchurian or the variety of even paneer manchurian, Indian-Chinese has grown ten folds. Joining this bandwagon, is the Japanese cuisine as well. Making inroads into the desi market, Japanese cuisine too seems to have a decent following in Bangalore. One such place that offers Japanese-cum-Chinese fare is the Pot-O-Noodles in Indiranagar.  

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