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Aloke Bajpai Oct 12 2013

Which are the fine dining restaurants in Bengaluru?

Benazir Khan Jul 22 2014
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Bangalore is a wonderful city to unwind in. It is a city that offers a perfect blend of convenience and indulgence, whether for leisure or business purposes. Fine dining in Bangalore is one of the best ways to indulge and unwind in this city. Here’s a list of some of the best fine dine options the city has to offer.

Dum Pukht Jolly Nabobs

Renowned as the best restaurant for authentic north Indian cuisine, Dum Pukht Jolly Nabobs definitely offers some of the best indulgences in the category. Some must-tries include Kakori Kebabs, Dum Pukht Biryani, Shorba Shahi Pasand and the Pomegranate Chop. The restaurant is located in the ITC Windsor Hotel, one of the best luxury hotels in the city.


The ITC Windsor, Bengaluru (from the official website)

Karavalli

If you're a fan of Kerala’s and Mangalore’s coastal cuisine and cannot think beyond some spicy fish curry with sticky rice, but want to dine in the comfort of a luxurious ambience, then do not look any further. Karavalli is a wonderful place to gorge on specialties like Alleppey Fish Curry, Appams, Crab Masala, Lobster Balchao and Pomfret Pollichathu. It is located in The Gateway Hotel, which is a wonderful resort for a weekend getaway.


Meen Curry (by Kalakki)

Bene

Bene is a wonderful restaurant for a gastronomical affair with an entire range of European cuisines. A popular choice for fine dining in Bangalore, however, remains the restaurant’s Italian cuisine. Specials include Tagliatelle Con Pollo (creamy pasta with chicken), Pollo Con Funghi (chicken with mushrooms), Ravioli di Melanzane e Mozzarella al Filetto di Pomodoro Fresco (ravioli with eggplant and fresh mozzarella with tomatoes) and Tiramisu. It is located at the Sheraton Bangalore Hotel, a chic 5-star property of the city.


Bene at The Sheraton Bangalore (from the official website)

Edo

Japanese cuisine at its finest can be found in Edo. Head here to taste some of the best Chilean sea bass, black cod fish, a range of sushi and octopus even, for those who prefer something exotic. It is located in the ITC Gardenia Hotel, many of whose restaurants have been awarded from time to time.


A variety of sushi (by Quinn Dombrowski)

Fava

Fava serves refreshing Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. If you are looking for options of fine dining in Bangalore, then Fava should be at the top of your list.The perfect blend of fresh produce and sauces by the chefs at Fava create some remarkable dishes, making it one of the best fine dining restaurants in Bangalore.


Fava serves some remarkable dishes (by Kake Pugh)

The must tries include Crispy Calamari and Spinach Mezze with Labneh and Toasted Almonds. Do take a look at other such interesting places to eat in Bangalore.


Photo of Calamari (by Timeforkindergarten)

The Pink Poppadom

This place is interestingly done up in a pop theme, with shades of neon pink. Interesting lighting dominates the interiors and makes The Pink Poppadom a funky place to eat in. The cuisine consists of a combination of both Indian and Western elements. Signature dishes include Trio of Chicken Tikka, Seafood Hotpot, Haldi Mirch ka Jhinga, Foie Gras Galouti Fair, Flambeed Raan and Gucci Farci among many others. It is located in the Hyatt Bangalore.


The Pink Poppadom's funky interiors (from the official website)

Shiro

Shiro is a delightful lounge to indulge in some lip-smacking pan-Asian fare. It is famed for its aristocratic, plush interiors and timeless appeal. Some of the signature dishes include Dimsums, Peking Duck, Beef Bulgogi and Tofu Squares. There is a special teppanyaki counter and the restaurant’s alfresco lounge bar is one of the best bars in the city.


Shiro serves scrumptious dimsums (Kevin.Fai)

Rim Naam

Craving Thai food? Look no further than Rim Naam. The restaurant serves some of the most sought-after Thai dishes in a wonderful setting surrounded by lush greenery on all sides. Must haves include Coriander Prawns, Crab Cakes with Plum Sauce and Bok Choy and Green Asparagus. The restaurant is located in The Oberoi Hotel, which is one of the premier luxury hotels in the city.


Rim Naam's outdoor seating (from the official website)

Memories of China

The name says it all! Memories of China is definitely a restaurant whose flavours are synonymous with authentic Chinese food. The restaurant is famed for some scrumptious indulgences. The Basket Chilli Chicken, Jumbo Prawns, Sliced Pork and Bamboo Steamed Rice cannot be missed. It is located in Vivanta by Taj, Bangalore.


Vivanta by Taj, M G Road (from the official website)

Cubbon Pavilion

The restaurant is lauded for the best all-day fine diningin Bangalore. Cubbon Pavilion is a hub for those who want to be spoilt for choice. On offer all day are specials of the day from a range of cuisines--European, Continental, Indian, Coastal, Chinese, etc. The restaurant has a wonderful outdoor seating, which is splendid, especially on a breezy day. It is located in the ITC Gardenia Hotel and is famed for the sprawling green lawns. The minimalist decor of the restaurant lends it a naturalistic appeal.


ITC Gardenia, Bengaluru (from the official website)

These are some of the plush restaurants where you are sure to experience the best fine diningin Bangalore. Share your fine dine experiences in Bangalore with us. Do share pictures and reviews of these restaurants as well.


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Kshitiz Ahuja Oct 12 2013
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Bangalore is undoubtedly one of the best metropolitans for a posh experience even when it comes to food. There is a plethora of fine dining restaurants in the city (mostly inside luxury hotels) and here we bring you some of the top favourite ones. Take a look:


Jamavar @ The Leela Kempinski

If you are looking for a royal extravaganza while you satiate your taste buds then Jamavar is the place for you. The beautiful ornamental furniture, lights, intricate cutlery, traditionally dressed waiters and the amazing food; all this definitely sum up the dining experience here. They serve both North Indian and South Indian food and both of them are equally amazing. The open air setting is something that adds another world charm to the place. Do try Chicken Tikka and Paneer Kebabs here.


Address: Leela Kempinski, 23, Old Airport Road, Bangalore

Contact: +91-80-30571344

Cuisine: North Indian, South Indian

Price Range: INR 2500 for two (onwards)



Cubbon Pavilion @ ITC Gardenia

If cuisines like European and Continental are more your thing than the traditional Indian food, then Cubbon Pavilion is definitely going to impress you. With huge table set ups, dimly lit ambience, the ever smiling servers and the amazing food, the place just steals your place. Sit right next to the live wall as they call it enjoying the sun rays beaming at you and you are sorted. The other cuisines that they also offer are Chinese and Thai. The outdoor seating surrounding the greenery of the place is a definite hit. Do explore some of the other food options in the city.


Address:Cubbon Pavilion - ITC Gardenia Residency Road, Bangalore
Contact: +91-80-22119898

Cuisine: European, Continental, Chinese, Thai

Price Range: INR 2800 for two (onwards)



Le Jardin @ The Oberoi


Overlooking the lush gardens of the luxury hotel, Le Jardin ensures that you have one of the best fine dining experiences of your life. The French windows, the starched linen sheets and the unique gourmet experiences; the place has too much to offer. The lunch and dinner buffets here a treat especially with fish of the day and Heart of Palm Salad. The best part of the dining experience here is that the menu undergoes changes quite often that gives a refreshing feel to the place even if you go there again. Do not miss onto Lehsuni Jhinga or Chicken Tikka Makhani.


Address: Le Jardin - The Oberoi MG Road, Bangalore, India

Contact: +91-80-25585858, +91-80-41358205

Cuisine: Mediterranean, Tex-Mex

Price Range: INR 3000 for two (onwards)



Graze @ Vivanta By Taj

If you are looking for an experienced chef supervised fine dining experience then Graze is the place for you. It is upscale, it is set in a posh manner and the food is amazing. The wine collection here is to die for. You will be impressed with the complimentary bread basket that these people offer with quite a variety of dips. Risotto, Steak and the Foie Gras are some of the must tries. And if you are a dessert lover, you cannot give Dark Chocolate Baked Souffle with Pistachio Ice Cream a miss at any cost. How cool is that to fine dine after exploring the places to visit in Bangalore.


Address: Graze - Vivanta By Taj MG Road, Bangalore, India

Contact: +91-80-66604270, +91-80-66604444

Cuisine: European, Lebanese

Price Range: INR 7000 for two



Royal Afghan @ ITC Windsor

Royal Afghan is one of those restaurants which compels you to eat with your hands because of its delicious food and still you have to control yourself. Yes! They will provide you with the amazing traditionally styled cutlery, don't worry. Paneer Tikka, Seekh Kebab, Tandoori Dal and Rumail Roti are some of the items on the menu that only a non-foodie can pass. Dal Bukhara is also one of their best dishes. Save some space in your tummy for the yummy Kulfi Falooda. The place is undoubtedly decorated with a rugged style of its own that takes you close to the North West Frontier province enriching the overall dining experience.


Address: ITC Windsor, 25 Windsor Square, Golf Course Road, Near Sankey Road, Bangalore, India

Contact: +91-80-43692786

Cuisine: North Indian, Mughlai

Price Range: INR 2500 for two (onwards)


If you are looking for Vietnamese food, then Blue Ginger @ The Taj West End is your place. If you are looking for a posh cafe, then Cafe Mozaic at Vivanta by Taj should be one on your list.

Now what is important to know about these restaurants is that at any Fine Dining restaurant, it is quite crucial to book a table by contacting the hotel/restaurant before going. Also, following a dress code at these restaurants (if there is any) is kind of an unsaid thing but a significant one.


So, what are you waiting for? Book a table, put on the best dress and get going! Happy Dining.

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