-By Karen Anand
The Oakwood Residence on Naylor Road, off Mangaldas Road, has been around for a few years now, but initially it only catered to its in-house guests. Their restaurant on the ground floor is a cosy, intimate space with a small bar and an outdoor seating area. In addition to what is there on the menu (there is a vast selection of both Indian and Continental), chefs are happy to toss up something special, given a little notice. What I liked was the home-style feel to the cooking. The Baked Sole Fish with fresh tomato and olive sauce, the steak sourced from Bangalore, Barbecue Wings with a blue cheese dip, and Caesar Salad tossed in an authentic dressing with little basil 'soldiers' were quite perfect. Do try the thin-crust pizza. The chef puts a mix of Italian Mozzarella and Parmesan, which gives you both the stretch as well as the full cheesy flavour. The wine list is reasonably extensive for such a small restaurant and they have a full bar. If you have a sweet tooth, the Chocolate Brownie and the Chocolate Lava Cake with a centre of molten hot chocolate are 'musts'. The service is attentive and the ambience smart and cosy.
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The small bar and comfortable interior seating arrangement as well as spacious outdoors seating arrangement of Oakleaf restaurant makes this place suitable for all sorts of meetings. I have been coming here since it got opened for general public and their Baked Sole Fish is one of my favorite things in the city. The thin crust Pizzas and barbecue wings are also lip smacking and worth spending cash on. Also the desserts menu is a delight. Oakleaf is a nice place for nice food and good meetings.
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