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Kanika Nevatia Feb 21 2014

Which are the best restaurants in hotels in Bangalore?

Benazir Khan Feb 21 2014
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Bangalore or Bengaluru, as one may, has pivoted in the realm of the gastronomia, to become one of the hottest joints to wine and dine in. Sinfully, that too. Best restaurants in hotels in Bangalore, then figure as the best cocoon for the hoggers and the connoisseurs alike, among you.

Here’s listing, in top notch order:


Forbes rates it as one of the best fine dining restaurants in the world. If that doesn't speak enough for itself, then read - elegant wooden furnishings and regal interiors, consisting of silver cutlery, silk tapestries, curtains and chandeliers of an enormous spread of splendour. Jamavar, among other places to eat in Bangalore, in every sense then, is a maiden of opulence and elegance. The culinary treats offered here are an amalgamation of several delicacies throughout the length and breadth of the country.

A photo of Jamavar (by Official Website - The Leela Palace)

Where: Leela Palace Hotel, 23 Airport Road, Kodihalli, Bangalore.
Timings: 12.00 p.m. to 2.00 p.m. and 7.00 p.m. to 11.30 p.m.
Cost: INR 2500 for two.

Dum Pukht Jolly Nabobs

Employees of the erstwhile British East India Company, were heartily termed “jolly nabobs,” the attitude after which the restaurant is named. The ambience and interiors inside recreate the majestic splendour of the glorious times of the British Raj. Dum Pukht Jolly Nabobs, in ITC Windsor reads - high ceiling settings, pastel shades on the walls, a hearty melange of reds with the golds. What to expect? A heart warming meal - English or Indian or a fusion, something you must try - cooked in a slow “dum pukht” fashion - vessels rendered over with a soft, slow flame, allowed to cook slowly. Erm, yum!

A photo of Mutton Biryani (by Official Website - ITC Hotels)

Where: ITC Windsor, 25 Sankey Road, Bangalore.
Timings: 7.00 p.m. to 11.30 p.m. for dinner.
Cost: INR 2500 for two.


If seafood and coastal cuisine are your savoury favourites, then look no further than Karavalli. The cuisine offered here are seafood specials from different parts of the country. The bet is between scrumptious and obnoxiously delicious. However you place them, they are perhaps better placed in an ambiance, surrounded with interiors which include - antique furniture, maps of seafarers and high walled ceilings. Coastal fare is served up on banana leaves and you could simply take it out to the splendid open-air courtyard where the lush greens abound.

A photo of Karavalli (by Official Website - The Gateway)

Where: Taj Gateway Hotel, 66 Residency Road, Bangalore.
Timings: 12.30 p.m. to 3.00 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. to 11.30 p.m.
Cost: INR 1200 for two.

Rim Naam

Fresh as its name, this alfresco restaurant is set in the heart of a lily pond, with overflowing green wings from its various corners. A sweet and overwhelming fragrance of frangipani shrubs fills the entire space in Rim Naam and makes the little wait for the Thai culinary spread worth it. Tropical gardens, bamboo groves and makeshift segments of rain forests simply add to the entire experience of being cradled in a burst of green love. A breeze here and there and some traditional Thai spread with lemon zest and mint make the food an equally refreshing relish on its own accord.

A photo of Rim Naam (by Official Website - The Oberoi)

Where: The Oberoi, MG Road, Bangalore.
Timings: 12:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Cost: INR 3000 for two.

Szechwan Court

Pure to its purpose of serving and savouring pure Chinese delicacies, Szechwan Court, in The Oberoi, is all about the essence of the Mandarin cuisine with pure simplicity, so every bite come packed with flavours. The interiors are bathed with a marriage of the nudes and beiges of differing kinds and are further complemented with rosewood tables, with sheer gold curtains to complete the look for this maiden. It clearly stands tall as one of the best restaurants in hotels in Bangalore. Some must-tries here are Lotus stem in sweet chilli sauce, tofu, stir fried lobsters, dimsums, et al.

A photo of Szechwan Court (by Official Website - The Oberoi)

Where:The Oberoi, 37-39, MG Road, Bangalore.

Timings:12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.

Cost: INR 2500.


Pan Asian cuisine in its heights of glory are served here, but also read generous helpings from flavours hailing from Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia, China and Thailand. Flavoursome and flavourful, Oko springs out some of the best surprises and pleasantly so. In terms of its food - Tom Yum, grilled prawns, shrimps and fish, based on your choice of sauces and authentic flavours of basil, lemon, garlic and chillies is a good way to go. Besides an open air setting, with huge bay windows overlooking a lush golf course with dim blue lighting by the night can never be a bad idea.

A photo of Japanese cuisine (by MichaelMaggs)

Where: The Lalit Ashok Bangalore, Kumara Krupa High Grounds, Bangalore.
Timings: 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Cost: INR 2000 for two.

The Pink Poppadom
Bathed in shades of pink, with a burst of some fiery colours and some escapades with shades of beige and pastel, this is what you would come to perceive as “interesting,” as it were. The Pink Poppadom is a fancy nomenclature for that and well, the food, which is the perfect equation of fusion, not too much, not too less and yet a unique style in every which way that you could possibly conjure. Some items on the menu which reeks of this essence are - Lobster Moilee, Blue Cheese Naan, Flambeed Rasmalai Baked Alaska.

A photo of fusion cuisine (by Chensiyuan)

Where: The Hyatt Bangalore, 1/1, Swami Vivekananda Road, Bangalore.
Timings: 7:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Cost: INR 3000 for two.


Purples, violets, deeper shades of grey and creams, do a song and dance number here, and this is just talking about the interiors. One has to still step in to Riwaz, to find out about the great whirlpool of flavours that is yet to bewitch everyone on your table, with its crackle and subtle tease of the taste buds - read specialties from the North West Frontier Province. Herbs, spices, aromas - mixed with kebabs, rotis, and minced meat varieties of all sorts and sautees will make your evening flow into a wonderful night together.

A photo of North West Frontier cuisine (by Miansari66)

Where: The Ritz Carlton Bangalore, No. 99 Residency Road, Bangalore.
Timings: 7 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Cost: INR 3000 for two.

The Lantern

Shaped ingeniously in the form of a lantern, The Lantern is an eclectic mix of two kinds of spaces woven together - fine dining and a nightlife ambiance. They co-exist mutually - psychedelic shades of lanterns play with blues and chino browns, which give a complete fine-dining-to-club feeling. What adds to the experience is the play with all flavours Chinese, old and new, experimental, fusion and authentic, to dish out some of the best dimsums, soups, finger foods and some all-time chopstick favourites from the kitchen.

A photo of Chinese cuisine (by LONGS)

Where:The Ritz-Carlton, 99, Residency Road, Bangalore.

Timings: 12 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Cost: INR 3500 for two.

Lotus Pavilion

Fashioned after Tipu Sultan’s summer palace, Lotus Pavilion, in ITC Gardenia, is a castle with sprawling lush green lawns, speckled with waterfalls and miniature gurgles at every nook and corner. Pristine and perfect for a clear weather, or even the scorching summers, this is where you should head to for a round of hors d’oeuvres and wine alike. Built on the slope of the roof is a garden, which gently bellows down to meet your gaze with lotus saplings afloat on a stream on either side you face. While here, place an order for the gourmet tapas or a customised beer and make the most of your stately dining experience, a la the Sultans of yore.

A photo of Lotus Pavilion (by Official Website - ITC Hotels)

Where: ITC Gardenia, 1, Residency Road, Bangalore.

Timings: 7 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Cost: INR 2500 for two.

Memories etch very finely when you have had some of the best fine dining experiences in some very exquisite places to stay in Bangalore. Perhaps the best that you will be able to conjure in a while to come. Since they involve all your senses in a rejoice, some of the best restaurants in hotels in Bangalore clearly make for fond remembrances in the sands of time.
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