Bangalore has a wide and varied mix of restaurant types and cuisines. Where ever you will wondering in Bangalore you would be find each type of food restaurants. Here we have given some restaurants review, based on the food they used to prepare.|
The Outback Sizzles, Restaurant Review
A restaurant with a different name and cuisine, Outback. Situated in the heart of the techie zone of Bangalore, Outback is an innovative continental restaurant in Whitefield that serves amazing sizzlers.
As we enter the restaurant, while the name lingers on one’s mind, we get to see a mini-bar on one side and comfy group of sofas on the other. As we go through the menu, a few interesting names like “Killing me softly” and “The Carribbean jerk chicken” catches our attention.
The Chicken wings had an interesting tangy flavor that added the zing to it while the veg Bruschettas seemed filling and fresh. The main course definitely takes away the credit, be it a vegetarian sizzler or a spicy chicken one.
The desserts need to be worked on as they do not match up to the expectations set by the main course. Outback is located in the Park Square Mall, ITPB and the majority of the crowd are software professionals and foreigners who work nearby. If you feel like tasting a different flavor or venture into a new food zone, Outback is the place for you.
Suvee Boutique Hotel Restaurant Review
The Suvee boutique hotel serves delicious food in a very friendly and calm ambiance. Located in Banashankiri, Suvee is a “must-go” place if you are food lover.
The Veg platter, an assortment of baby corn, paneer tikkas, mushrooms and sheekh kababs, is a filling and yummy starter that sets the stage for the lip-smacking experience that follows. Be it a continental salad or a Chinese Schezuan stick, the starters are the ones to die for at Suvee.
The main course of Dum Biriyani, Macchi Tikka Masala and Tandoori chicken met the expectations created by the first course. The final touch of the dessert, the royal caramel custard, was an equally good sign-off line.
The decoration of the food deserves appreciation as well. A tomato carved into 5 pieces, with a cucumber slice adorning it and a carrot supporting it, looked very pleasing to the eyes. Suvee can be your weekend or weekday option for dine-out if you want to just immerse yourself into solid, delicious food, keeping all your tensions away. Average meal for two would cost around Rs.1500 at Suvee.
The Food Carnival
Bangloreans are food lovers. Keeping this in mind, the Food Carnival was launched by the Ascendas group to promote exclusive never-before-tasted dishes and flavours at the Park Square Mall from 9th to 20th November.
Barbeque Nation, Nandos, Habanero, Twenty 21, Shittake, Pizza Hut, KFC, Dominos, Outback , Curry’s & Dosas to name a few are the hang-outs that serve variety dishes. Twenty 21 is a European restaurant in Banashankari Bangalore while Nandos is a mix of Portuguese and African cuisine. Outback serves continental food while Habenero is a Mexican joint.
Chef Maurice Chaplis from the United Kingdom added value to the festival by giving a live demonstration on baking and salad presentations. The Food Carnival, part of the Festival of Joy celebrations, was more of an opportunity for Bangalore’s food lovers to experience the culinary flavours from around 33 food outlets catering to various cuisines.
Read restaurant reviews on various local restaurants in Bangalore at Buzzintown.com, It is the one stop shop for all types of cuisine such as Chinese, Mediterranean, Mexican, Italian, Thai and American restaurants.
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