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Old 3rd January 2012, 17:31   #2011
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Please suggest some restaurant (in and around Koramangala) for a romantic dinner to celebrate my first wedding anniversary.

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I'm not knowledgeable of any place in Koramanagla but if you ready to drive down till Dickenson Road then it would be worth the experience. Please read my personal experience in Post 1944 a few pages back
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Please suggest some restaurant (in and around Koramangala) for a romantic dinner to celebrate my first wedding anniversary.

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Sahib Sindh Sultan in Forum mall.
Umerkot on the 80ft road from sony world signal towards HSR
Little Italy near christ college. ( behind ManU pub ).
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Old 3rd January 2012, 22:53   #2013
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@Latheesh - for your earlier query on veggie restaurants for your friend.
I'm adding one more place to my earlier list:
6.Ramanas on cunningham road (it's been 2+ years since I last visited this place)

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I had sizzlers from Kobe in Koramangala. It was nice. I am not sure which block is that, but the road in which Kotak Mahindra Bank is there [one way]. You have Just Bake also in the same road.

For sizzlers, another outlet is Juke Box in Koramangala - opposite to HDFC bank [Raheja Arcade]. Remember: This is more of a bachelors eat out & may not be suitable for a family.



South Indies in Indira Nagar is a good place. However I am not sure how much does it score on the romantic ambiance - but peaceful. You would NOT need this kind of budget as well.
I would avoid South Indies, really not worth the effort. Neither is the food or service anything to write about.
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Please suggest some restaurant (in and around Koramangala) for a romantic dinner to celebrate my first wedding anniversary.

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Try Punjab Grill by Jiggs Kalra. Its right opposite forum, got valet parking excellent food, service and ambience.
Little pricy but definitely worth it.
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Tried North indian buffe in Maiyyas, 3rd floor, jaynagar, 4th block, cost 300rs.
They have introduced it newly and every penny is worth it.
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Thanks for all the replies guys.

I forgot to mention, my wife is a vegetarian and she doesn't like anything that has milk, butter, ghee, paneer or cheese in it. That basically rules out Italian and Punjabi cuisine.

In fact, whenever we decide to eat out, we generally end up having Chinese food, since Chinese food is spicy (we like spicy) and generally doesn't use milk products mentioned above.

Anybody tried Hunan Chinese restaurant in Koramangala ?

Also, anybody tried Yana Sizzlers in Koramangala ?

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There is this Kobe Sizzlers right near where I live in Indiranagar. Pardon the noobness, but what is a sizzler? What kind of food do they serve there?
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Also, anybody tried Yana Sizzlers in Koramangala ?

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Yana's is a decent place. The sizzlers are pretty good. Not very pricey too.
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There is this Kobe Sizzlers right near where I live in Indiranagar. Pardon the noobness, but what is a sizzler? What kind of food do they serve there?
This is a typical sizzler. It comes with a hot pan that is literally smoking.

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This is a typical sizzler. It comes with a hot pan that is literally smoking.

Hell! Is that safe?
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Hell! Is that safe?
Lot less dangerous than cigarette smoking. We don't have to inhale. It is mostly steam.
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^ I think di1in was more concerned about getting burnt by that violent looking dish...
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Safety comes from precautions :-D
I was having a sizzler at Benito's on Sarjapur road once, and I didn't notice that a piece of the chicken was in direct contact with the iron pan because of torn cabbage leaf. And when I put that piece in my mouth, the overheated spot touched my tongue.
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for marathahalli area please try our philaes hogg. the food is fantastic. restaurant theme is 'around the world in 80 days'. they serve conti Indian oriental food. it is on the top floor of yo China opp innovative and parking is available nearby. pricing is decent. the only downside is that it is not airconditioned.
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