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Old 25th October 2011, 16:58   #1831
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Never tried Rajastani food, where exactly on 29th main road?

My house is on 5th cross!
@lateesh - to make the direction to Gud Dhani a bit simple, if you are coming from silk board, take the left at the BTM Petrol pump (The signal where Adayar anandabhavan \ Udupi garden is). Gud Dhani is at the end of this road (just before this road joins the 29th main road)
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Try Via Milano
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Umerkot - No.30, 80 Feet Road, 4th Block, Koramangala, Bangalore
- Oye Amritsar
- Via Milano 80ft - 100ft junction. near sony world.
- Cafe Thulp - 998, 1st Main, 1st Block, Koramangala, Bangalore
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For Italian try Via Milano
Thanks to all.

I have short listed :

(1) Via Milano (though its Hyderabad branch at Road No. 36 of Jubilee Hills has horrible reviews) ;

(2) Oye Amritsar ;

(3) Umerkot ;

(4) Cafe Thulp ;

Also have decided to pay a visit to :

(1) Sixty Four Bistro ;

(2) Tunde Kababi (hope it is not a copy cat and name sake and that it is the branch of the original Tunde of Lucknow) ;

Thanks once again.
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Thanks to all.

I have short listed :

(1) Via Milano (though its Hyderabad branch at Road No. 36 of Jubilee Hills has horrible reviews) ;

(2) Oye Amritsar ;

(3) Umerkot ;

(4) Cafe Thulp ;

Also have decided to pay a visit to :

(1) Sixty Four Bistro ;

(2) Tunde Kababi (hope it is not a copy cat and name sake and that it is the branch of the original Tunde of Lucknow) ;

Thanks once again.
Tunde Kababi has mixed reviews.. BBQ nation is a safer bet..

All reviews on bangalore.burrp.com.

cheers!
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(2) Tunde Kababi (hope it is not a copy cat and name sake and that it is the branch of the original Tunde of Lucknow) .
Bajaj Sahb-
Its not a copy cat,i have confirmed the same during my last visit to Lucknow.



Btw-I had been to Four Seasons @ Indira Nagar last Sunday for dinner and ordered the following (SILVERWOOD+5)

1, Nawabi Chicken Kebab-Very Good
2, Chicken Tangdi-Very Good
3, Roasted Lamb Kebab-This was the star dish, a must try.
4, Chicken Tikka Masala-Very Tasty
5, Dum Ka Murg-Good
6, Plain & Butter Naan
7, Gajar Ka Halwa &
8, Khubani+Ice Cream-Must try.

Total Damages-Rs 1.8k including tips.

The sane thing to do at Four Seasons is to order a Kebab Platter(Chicken,Fish,Mutton,Assorted and Veg) if you are in a group of 6+.This will also save time and is VFM.

Next weekend is ZAOQ @ MM Road, Frazer Town-

Any reviews.?
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Next weekend is ZAOQ @ MM Road, Frazer Town-

Any reviews.?
Havent been to ZAOQ; although the interiors et all look very elegant, alwyas noticed that there is hardly any crowd at the restaurant. Looking forward to your review!

Have you tried Elements on Mosque road yet? Highly recommended!
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Its not a copy cat,i have confirmed the same during my last visit to Lucknow.
So, you have become active on Bangalore Food Thread. Glad to note it. Now change your location on TBHP to Bangalore from Hyderabad.

I had one lunch while at Bangalore last month end at Taco Bells opposite Spar at Sony World Junction in Koramangala. Unlimited soft drinks (choose all or any of Cola, Lemon, Diet, Orange flavours) for just Rs. 45. VFM for eating Mexican food and since my guests were college going teenagers, they gave it due to its reasonable pricing.
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Havent been to ZAOQ; although the interiors et all look very elegant, alwyas noticed that there is hardly any crowd at the restaurant. Looking forward to your review!

Have you tried Elements on Mosque road yet? Highly recommended!
I have heard positive reviews about ZAOQ from my friends, will update this thread soon after i pay a much needed visit to ZAOQ.

Elements has been on my radar for sometime, will certainly try sometime next week.Thanks for bringing this up.

Any particular dish that you would recommend at Elements.?



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So, you have become active on Bangalore Food Thread. Glad to note it. Now change your location on TBHP to Bangalore from Hyderabad.

I had one lunch while at Bangalore last month end at Taco Bells opposite Spar at Sony World Junction in Koramangala. Unlimited soft drinks (choose all or any of Cola, Lemon, Diet, Orange flavours) for just Rs. 45. VFM for eating Mexican food and since my guests were college going teenagers, they gave it due to its reasonable pricing.
Thanks for pointing this out Bajaj Sahb, I will change my location to B'lore.
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Any particular dish that you would recommend at Elements.?
Well, the Nandidurg Road Elements as you may already know, is famous for steaks. The new one at Mosque road has North Indian, Mughlai & N.E frontier cuisines. Whatever we ordered was tasty, but I particularly remember the Shorba!

They have restored an old bunglow and developed around it. The ambience, especially the roof top area is very nice!

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Well, the Nandidurg Road Elements as you may already know, is famous for steaks. The new one at Mosque road has more of a North Indian, Mughlai, N.E frontier cuisines types. Whatever we ordered was tasty, but I particularly remember the Shorba!

They have restored an old bunglow and developed around it. The ambience, especially the roof top area is very nice!
Have been to the Nandidurg Road couple of times and have gorged on the steaks.I was wanting to visit the Mosque Road branch just because of the ambience.

Similarly, The French Loaf opp Clarence school is also on my list for its wonderful ambience.
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Anybody tried Lazio in Ulsoor? How good are their steaks?
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Anybody tried Lazio in Ulsoor? How good are their steaks?
AFAIK, Lazio has shut down sometime back.

Ive met the owner of Lazio couple of days back and he said he had to shut down his business because of Labour issues.(He is my distant relative)

BTW-He is now based at HRBR Layout and is a full time caterer.
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hmm.. Sad. I was looking for a good steak house closer to Indira Nagar than "The Only Place".
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hmm.. Sad. I was looking for a good steak house closer to Indira Nagar than "The Only Place".
You could try the Grill-House that's off Trinity Circle, diagonally opposite the Gurudwara, Ulsoor Lake. Great place. Great ambiance and superb food. One of the better steak/sizzler places out there.
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You could try the Grill-House that's off Trinity Circle, diagonally opposite the Gurudwara, Ulsoor Lake. ..
I heard there is a Grill House in Indiranagar itself. Would that be as good as the Ulsoor branch?
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I heard there is a Grill House in Indiranagar itself. Would that be as good as the Ulsoor branch?
I'm not sure I haven't tried it. If you fancy a short drive from Indiranagar, you could try Millers 46 near Cunningham Road. It's very good!
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