-By Swati Sucharita
Owned by the Amogh Boutique Hotels guys, Bhojanam has heavy South Indian ambience, with Tanjore paintings, carved rosewood pillars and doorways, with a wide wooden jhoola at the entrance, to keep kids busy! The menu tries to do justice to popular cuisine from the four southern states. There is an excellent VFM lunch buffet, which besides a live dosa station, has starters like Andhra Kodi (chicken) fried crisp and assorted vegetable pakodas. For starters, there is the aromatic Andhra Kodi (chicken) Pulao, (a must-try, also on their Ã la carte menu), Njandu Pulusu (crab curry for the uninitiated), Nilgiri Chicken Curry. Vegetarians need not despair for there are plenty of choices, like Beans Poriyal, Gutti Vankaya (that Andhra delight, of stuffed brinjals), Majjiga Pulusu. There is also a host of rice dishes (steamed rice, curd rice, the Karnataka fave, Bisi Bele Bhaat, Pulihora or Tamarind Rice, Talimpoo Annam), along with the usual rasam, sambhar, papad, pickles, Andhra chutneys etc etc. All this can be washed down with gallons of delicious buttermilk or jaljeera. The dessert station doesn't disappoint, either with an ethnic presence of Semiya Payasam, Ariselu, Khaja, Bobbatlu, besides the usual ice creams and pastries. All in all, this place is a sure shot winner, most times!
Review posted within last 6 month
The name, place, ambience and food everything is south Indian of Bhojanam restaurant. I visit this place for my Andhra Kodi Pulao and Bisi Bele Bhaat Pulihora. The beauty of their serving is that they have lots of chutneys to offer with the food. All the dishes are good and for a non south Indian like me it is a great experience.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
I am always fascinated to the South-Indian fares. I went to Bhojanam last week with some of my friends. I really got fascinated with ambiance. The huge paintings, pillars and jhoola, just make the ambiance apt for South-Indian lovers. We had Andhra Kodi, which was a chicken dish and Pulao. The food was delicious and full of different flavours. We also had Semiya Payasam and Bobbatlu, which were the sweat dish and taste awesomely good.
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