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Old 6th April 2011, 11:29   #1636
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Just trying to recollect, as I remember

1. South Indies
2. Barbeque Nation

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Old 6th April 2011, 16:40   #1637
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Not sure if there is an existing thread around this, but wanted to a single point of reference where we could list all restaurants in Bangalore (and probably other cities too) which have high-chairs for kids. Surprisingly many high-end and expensive restaurants offering international cuisine skimp on this while some of the international chains are a lot better.

As of now, the only places i know off are
1. McDonald's (at least the Brigade Road outlet)
2. Taco Bell (at least the Koramangala outlet)

Can others please chip in. I suppose this information will be useful for fellow "foodie" members with kids.
China Pearl, Mainland China also have kiddies chairs.
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i'd suggest 'Phorbidden fruit' to fellow BHPians. If you are looking for good Vietnamese cuisine in Indiranagar, then this is the place to go. Its on the Sony world junction road (12th Main) opposite Dravid's house. average pricing and good food. Definitely recommended.

Other places which i have tried lately and recommend are Rewind on 80 feet road, HRBR layout. THis is near cosmopolitan club on 80 feet road

Plan B on Castle street (near brigade road) opposite Fuga's is another brilliant place where you get amazing burgers and chicken wings. Fun atmosphere though a little crowded at times

Another watering hole I highly recommend to my friends is the new place on Indiranagar 100 ft road - TOIT. Lovely place and good ambiance. Though slightly on the costlier side
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Not sure if there is an existing thread around this, but wanted to a single point of reference where we could list all restaurants in Bangalore (and probably other cities too) which have high-chairs for kids. Surprisingly many high-end and expensive restaurants offering international cuisine skimp on this while some of the international chains are a lot better.

As of now, the only places i know off are
1. McDonald's (at least the Brigade Road outlet)
2. Taco Bell (at least the Koramangala outlet)

Can others please chip in. I suppose this information will be useful for fellow "foodie" members with kids.
Hi ! I would like to add Aroy ( above crossword , near Mandovi , J P Nagar 3rd Phase ) . Taco Bell in Gopalan Mall near Jayadeva flyover ( in addition to koramangala branch as reported above )
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i'd suggest 'Phorbidden fruit' to fellow BHPians. If you are looking for good Vietnamese cuisine in Indiranagar, then this is the place to go. Its on the Sony world junction road (12th Main) opposite Dravid's house. average pricing and good food. Definitely recommended.
+ 1. I really loved the food. Though I have never been to Vietnam and have tasted vietnamese a long time back, this probably is as close as it comes here I guess. Though the ambiance is not too much to talk about, the dishes are good ( especially the Pho).
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Looking for a good restaurant for lunch around marathalli or whitefield.
It is for a company sponsored team lunch, so budget is not a concern
Please suggest some good options around. We have already been to Jalsa and fortune trinity.
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Looking for a good restaurant for lunch around marathalli or whitefield.
It is for a company sponsored team lunch, so budget is not a concern
Please suggest some good options around. We have already been to Jalsa and fortune trinity.
Check out Dhaba/Malgudi/Shogun. My personal favourite of the 3 is The Dhaba.
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Update on new eateries in town

Mcdonalds at Mosque Road
Au Bon Pain & Corner House opp Richards park.

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I had been to Golkonda Chimney @ Marathalli on last Friday for dinner and ordered the following.(SILVERWOOD+10)

Chicken Garlic Kebab-(2No's)
Chimney Kebab-(2No's)
Chicken Lababdar-(2No's)
Ashiana Chicken-(2No's)
Murgh Chatpat-(2No's)
Dal Fry-
Dal Makhani
Butter Naan and Kulcha
Mutton Biriyani
Zeera Rice
Sweet Lime- -(12No's)

The food was yummy, specially the Kebab's.

Total Damages-4k

This place does not charge VAT at all, one of the reason to visit this place again other than lip smacking food.

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Went to Flames and Grills on Church Street last weekend !!! Its very similar to Barbecue Nation with a richer main course and desert list and less crowded. Buffet for 3 was 1800 odd bucks.

But if you are amongst the one who visit Barbecue Nation only for the starters then you should stick to the place. Flames and Grills is 30% more expensive than Barbecue Nation.
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Update on new eateries in town

Shwarma King and Hotel Savera at MM Road, Frazer Town.

Please try Chicken Roast and Chicken Manchurian Gravy at Savera.
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Went to Lajawaab near CMH Hospital ICICI Bank, the place is useless
Never had so much spice in the Tandoori Chicken ever in my life. Service is slow. Even the gravy had too much spice. Its only at andhra places one can expect so much spice. Spoon was dirty. Waiter did not see that we had poured mineral water in the glass and poured regular water on it
Never going back there again!
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Guys,

I'm looking for a restaurant to treat my friends (12-15) and this is what we require.

1.Rooftop
2.Alcohol and smoking
3.Music(not the regular music which plays in restaurants which is not very loud)

I have treated them in a place called "Rasa" which is very close to mantri mall Malleshwaram which has all the "criteria" that i've mentioned and we're bored of that place after visiting it many times.

Please let me know if you guys know about a nice place.
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Guys,

I'm looking for a restaurant to treat my friends (12-15) and this is what we require.

1.Rooftop
2.Alcohol and smoking
3.Music(not the regular music which plays in restaurants which is not very loud)

I have treated them in a place called "Rasa" which is very close to mantri mall Malleshwaram which has all the "criteria" that i've mentioned and we're bored of that place after visiting it many times.

Please let me know if you guys know about a nice place.
Do try this place called The Aroy at J.P.Nagar. - Aroy

It meets all your requirements.
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Thank you xryder, The place looks great, but Burrp.com review says that an average meal for 2 would cost 750-800 without alcohol, I dont think blowing up around 10-12k for a crowd of 12 people is a wise option. I'm looking for a little lesser expensive restaurant.
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Guys,

I'm looking for a restaurant to treat my friends (12-15) and this is what we require.

1.Rooftop
2.Alcohol and smoking
3.Music(not the regular music which plays in restaurants which is not very loud)

I have treated them in a place called "Rasa" which is very close to mantri mall Malleshwaram which has all the "criteria" that i've mentioned and we're bored of that place after visiting it many times.

Please let me know if you guys know about a nice place.
You can try Aranya near Silkboard. All the above criteria are met in that place.
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