-By Suresh Hinduja
A perfect venue for your meetings, events and celebrations in Koramangala.
This terrace top restaurant is located just off the Sony world junction at Koramangala. Airy, bright and cheerful with Indian motifs and brass lights, the restaurant also has 2 air-conditioned sections - Begum and Badshah which can be reserved for private events. A stone carved fountain is located near the buffet area.
A complimentary jal jeera drink topped with boondi is offered to all and serves to whet your appetite. Recommended here is the palak chaat @ 110 - crisp fritters of spinach leaves topped with dahi and mint chutney.nnVegetarians may order the delicious tiranga paneer @ Rs. 195- stuffed with three chutneys, miloni tarkari@ Rs. 175, bhindi do pyaza @ Rs. 145 and the aloo gobi also @ Rs. 145. Potli kebabs @ Rs. 205 are stuffed with dry fruits and chicken mince. The whole tandoori murgh @ Rs. 345 can be shared and is made well. Most of the kebabs are served in miniature 'tandoors' at your table for a final whiff of smoke. Breads include tandoori roti @ Rs. 35, butter naan@ Rs. 55 and an unusual range of roomali rotis @ Rs. 55 — plain, mint, methi, makhani and palak. Freshly made jalebis @ Rs. 75 and phirnis@ Rs. 125 are the popular desserts here. Buffets can be customised for team meetings and parties and are priced at Rs. 375 -Rs. 425 depending on number of people and menu options.
Can be slow on busy days when the restaurant is busy with banquets.
Plus and Minus
MinusnThe miniature tandoors are a nice touch. Menu is large and interesting, the restaurant would do well to have a blackboard displaying the day's specials.
Review posted last week
Went on Sunday and opted for lunch buffet. Starters were served on table, unfortunately this was warning sign for things to follow. Staff seems to be in hurry to send us for main course, anyways we were not so excited to have more starters, so we went for main course. Curries were just about average but worst was rice, it was completely dry. Deserts followed and no surprise, it was better to be avoided. Overall Rs. 1,100 went in waste. Spent some more money and had a cake in Cakewalk.
Review posted within last 6 month
We were friend went to celebrate a birthday party...at the end everything have been spoiled as deserts were pathetic...nobody can't even try those sweets....Food was ok not worth for the price....Finally we called the manager of restaurant and given our feedback to him...then he has given some discount for that...and he went to kitchen and told his guys to prepare a good carrot halwa...then he asked us to taste that..and that was good.....finaly he made us happy...:):)
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Well Well Well, It was one of the exhaustive Menu, i have seen. I was wandering around for something to eat with 2 of my friends and we landed here.The first impression with the exquisite interior, raised our hopes for food.
We went to roof top and must admit, The restaurant looked beautiful.
So polite and helpful.
All good including the lighting and music.
One of the Most exhaustive menu ever I have seen.
We Choose buffet for lunch, and the spread was huge than expected. The Kurkure kabab, Paneer Malai Tikka & Fish Amrisari were the highlights.
It was good but that expectation which was raised was met. Overall good.
Value for money: 4.5/5
It was an unlimited Buffet spread.
Would love to visit again!
Favorite Dishes / Drinks: Paneer Malai Tikka
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