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Old 3rd June 2011, 20:14   #1696
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Had been to "Atithi" on CMH road, Indiranagar. Oh! what an experience it was! totally awsome!
Can you give us some directions and landmark to this place please. Also, is it a family type restaurant or just the boys and beverages type?
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Can you give us some directions and landmark to this place please. Also, is it a family type restaurant or just the boys and beverages type?
It has 2 floors. The 1st floor is air conditioned family section.

Directions: If you are coming from Domlur side, you have to take the left turn at the CMH road signal and travel till the 1st signal which takes one to the Indiranagar BDA complex. This restaurant is bang on this signal on the right hand side (next to Shanti Sagar hotel).
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Went to Manchester United in Koramangala last weekend. Being a non football weekend there was no crowd and service was amazingly fast. We ordered some fish and lamb dishes and beverages. It gets really crowded on football weekends especially during Man U matches.

Good place if you are an Man U fan, but I do not think it is a place to fill your stomach!
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Guys try High Note on 100 ft road Indiranagar 3rd floor above Baby shop. Fantastic food try Bacon wrapped prawns, Lal Maas etc amazing food
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Went to Hae Kum Gang a few days back. It's a Korean Restaurant, opposite Fuga on Castle street. Easily one of the best places I have been to, and would recommend to everyone (Vegetarians, Non-Vegetarians alike). Complete review here.
even i went to this place 10 days back. nice colorful food. not sure what is veg and non-veg but one of my friend who took us there know some veg dishes. so i was able to eat some good stuff. it was a nice experience. also there were some Japanese folks behind talking in Japanese. so really felt as if i am abroad. nice place to visit IMHO

PS: but vegetarians, watch out. ask for veg dish specifically
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Been a regular to "Chungs" near Modi Hospital these days as wifey is a hard core chinese food lover. Irrespective of whether I take away or decide to dine-in, the experience is pretty consistant:

Ambiance: 6/10
Food: 6/10
Service: 7/10
VFM: 6/10

Considering there are not many Chinese restaurants around that area, I think it's a good option.
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Had some work near SanjayNagar yesterday, and could not hold back my Growling tummy.

Searched around and just got into this place on Sanjaynagar Main road "Ginger"

To my Shock, the Kebabs was melting in my mouth and the Chicken Roll was smackingly tasty

Ambience = 7/10
Prices = 9/10
Service = 9/10
Taste = 10/10


I might go in again..
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If you are a Mutton lover, do try Richies , am aware of 2 location's Frazer Town & R.T Nagar. Their Mutton Chops are so delicious, I have tagged them as "no one can eat just once"
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If you are a Mutton lover, do try Richies ,
The management of this eatery has changed, its renamed as 'Rehmani's'.
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Had some work near SanjayNagar yesterday, and could not hold back my Growling tummy.

Searched around and just got into this place on Sanjaynagar Main road "Ginger"

To my Shock, the Kebabs was melting in my mouth and the Chicken Roll was smackingly tasty

Ambience = 7/10
Prices = 9/10
Service = 9/10
Taste = 10/10


I might go in again..
Looks like a fine place! Can you please share the directions to this place? and how are the prices? Did you find the experience value for your money? Can I take my family or is it just a small take away kind of place?
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Looks like a fine place! Can you please share the directions to this place? and how are the prices? Did you find the experience value for your money? Can I take my family or is it just a small take away kind of place?

I cannot call it a fine place. Its a well maintained 10 tabled restaurant. Well priced, i had half plate Chicken Tikka, one Chicken Roll and a Coke, it costed me Rs. 92/- and i paid Rs.8/- as tips,

But its a good restaurant, i have seen some well educated people and many college students frequent this place.

If you come towards Sanjay nagar from Ramaiah Hospital signal, you will hit a dead end, take left and 100 mts on the Left you will find this place.

Its better you go have a look before taking your family, you must be able to decide best.
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Guys try High Note on 100 ft road Indiranagar 3rd floor above Baby shop. Fantastic food try Bacon wrapped prawns, Lal Maas etc amazing food

I've been there a few months ago. I found the food so so. Didn't fill me up n neither did I particularly enjoy what I ate. I don't recollect what I ordered for though. It's a one time try in my opinion, like most of the other restaurants on 100ft road.
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Been a regular to "Chungs" near Modi Hospital ...
Considering there are not many Chinese restaurants around that area ...
If you get bored of that, try Beijing Bites in Vijayanagar. Not very far.
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Need a little help, foodies!
Buffet/dinner (preferably Tandoori/Chettinad and both veg & nv) for my team of ~20 at Koramangala (all the way till EC) and the budget might be anything below 500/-

I tried to search the thread and was there were too many options. So help me out here,

I've a list and let me know if there are any better place than this!

Anjappar/Ponusamy (no buffet, I think)
Metro
The Empire (heard like its purely for non-vegans)
Sahib, Sind, Sultan (again no buffet, I think)
Keys (have tried it already)
Lemon tree
Radha Regent (been there 'n' number of times)
e-inn (only for vegans)
Svenska
Oye Amristar

Thx,
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Was looking for places for everday lunch around M.G. Road. My workplace will be moving near M.G. Road. I dont mind trying anything expensive/roadside as long as its tasty and not repititive. What does the MG road area office crowd do for lunch?
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