For a city that loves to eat, there are several delectable lunch and dinner options to choose from. Some have made a new entrant whereas others have been around a long time. All of them though, bring in something unique and flavoursome to the table. Here is a list of where to eat in Bangalore.
Brightening up your day with delicious cuisine is Sunny’s. Named after the owner’s pet golden retriever, this restaurant is located at Lavelle Road. More than a decade old, you can dig into cheesy and meaty Italian cuisines. Relish in pastas, pizzas, main courses and lip-smacking desserts. A 150 seater restaurant, it comes with a garden and bar.
Located on the St. Marks Road, Spiga lures you with scrumptious European and Continental food. Setting the tone is the classy décor, option of alfresco seating and great lighting. Recommended dishes include Classic Green Curry, Fettucinni with Bacon and Prawns Pasta and Red Wine Chicken.
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If you are looking for a fair share of non-veg cuisines, then this is the place to be in. Offering a relaxed setting with wood and brick décor, this is where you can unwind and indulge in the generous portions offered. Located at Church Street, dig in to steaks, burgers, pies and a lot more.
Off Brigade Road, Olive Beach is noted for its brunches. Taking you to an ethereal place is the warm and classy décor decked up in white. Get the rich taste of Mediterranean food be it of Spain, Greece, Italy, South of France, Portugal or Morocco. Suited for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians, the food here is fresh and can be teamed up with a widespread choice of cocktails and wines. The desserts too are worth trying.
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In the plush locality of UB City, Shiros is where you can enjoy an eclectic range of Japanese and Asian cuisines. Huge statues (the main being that of Buddha), high ceilings and classy décor lends in a distinct charm to the place. Dig in to sushi, dumsums and a whole lot more. Many love coming here for the brunches.
Located at Millers Road, this restaurant provides a cosy setting with wooden furniture and soft lighting. Giving a feel of a Texas saloon, the place whips up American, Continental and Steakhouse dishes. You can even pick up funky merchandise from here.
If you are a fan of Thai and Asian food, then you can head to this restaurant located at Ulsoor Road. Thai woodwork and sculptures put you in a tranquil state of mind. Try out their signature dishes that are quite popular among the patrons.
Located off Commercial Street, this is where you can eat to your heart’s content. Arguably the best Italian, Chinese, South Indian, North Indian Mexican, Chaats, under one roof! Among the older restaurants of Bangalore, it offers good food in a comfortable ambience.
The saviour of party goers in Cinderella Land, this is where Bangaloreans come to eat after a hard night of partying. Located at Church Street off MG Road, you can indulge in North Indian, South Indian, Biryani and Chinese when here. The food is said to be good and the service fast.
Richie Rich is one of the oldest restaurants in St. Marks Road. It provides a fine mix of desserts, beverages, fast food and street food. Famous for ice creams and sandwiches, The Elvis Presly ice cream is a favourite among visitors. They also serve some good quickies after 11pm.
Giving you an interesting take on South Indian food is Konark located in Residency Road. Relish in dosas such as sweet corn masala dosa, paneer masala dosa and pesaratu masala dosa. You can also enjoy Chinese, North Indian and Fast Food here.
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