-By Suresh Hinduja
Steak’ out at Church Street! 20 Feet High doesn’t let you down when it comes to their Continental fare, which is offered at reasonable prices.
Perched above a bustling stretch of Church Street, this is open-air restaurant, consisting of furniture made from wood, is popular for its breezy feel. An illuminated and refrigerated display cabinet shows off the daily specials and a glass-walled kitchen is open to visual inspection as you can watch your food going through the different stages of preparation. But what makes it a favoured destination is the ambience and the prospects it offers of sitting outside on a cool Bangalore evening. This is perhaps also the reason why it attracts young couples.rn
There is mainly Continental food in the menu, with soups, salads, pasta, steaks and sizzlers on offer. The 20 Feet Salad is well balanced and is brimming with exotic ingredients like artichokes and feta cheese. The Vegetable Lasagna was liked by everyone in the group, including hard-core carnivores, but that’s what a liberal dose of cheese can do! Sizzlers, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian, come in huge portions and are satisfying. The Chateaubriand with Mushroom Ragout and Red Wine Sauce is as good as it gets, but just make sure your order is precise. A four-course power lunch, which is on between 11 am and 4 pm, is priced at Rs. 342, and available in Italian, American and French versions. We tried the American option, which had asparagus soup, chicken strips, steak and a chocolate cake. The meal is value for money, as the stake alone would cost as much as the entire lunch. If you are a chocolate lover (isn’t everyone?), try their Decadence Cake, which is possibly the best chocolate dessert in Bangalore.
Service is friendly, but can be slow at times, especially on weekends and evenings, when it gets crowded.
Plus and Minus
Stick to the tried-and-tested dishes and you won’t be disappointed. The menu, we are told, is undergoing a revamp.
Review posted this month
It should be put at 44 ft high for the delicacy and drinks you get.The disappointment is the parking and the space inside.Well,for those who like "Closeness"space is not an issue.Eat, Drink and make merry-without the feeling that your wallet has been made too light.!!
Favorite Dishes / Drinks: "Beaf " Steaks.
Review posted within last 6 month
Four-course power lunch, which is on between 11 am and 4 pm, is priced at Rs. 342, and available in Italian, American and French versions
American option, which had asparagus soup, chicken strips, steak and a chocolate cake is a better here.
meal is value for money, as the stake alone would cost as much as the entire lunch
Favorite Dishes / Drinks: chicken strips, steak and a chocolate cake
Review posted more than 6 month ago
pasta is very very tasty. Try for a Soup hot and masti.
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