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Old 23rd April 2008, 15:34   #271
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Subway at RMZ Infinity on OMR has the sub of the day offer going, like all the others. The difference is, they have a separate veg and non-veg sub everyday. All for 60 bucks, inclusive of taxes! I'm lovin' it!
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Subway at RMZ Infinity on OMR has the sub of the day offer going, like all the others. The difference is, they have a separate veg and non-veg sub everyday. All for 60 bucks, inclusive of taxes! I'm lovin' it!
I tried that out as well. I relish the Tuna and Roasted Chicken in particular.

Between, other Subways dont have a seperate veg and non-veg offer?
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Then there's always Empire. I hear they have a buffet these days, which is ridiculously low-priced.
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Yes, Imperial is better than Empire, and yes, that is an Empire near JNC. Diagonally opposite, and closer to JNC, is Paramount.
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Which are the best mid-night buffets in bangalore.
Heard Royal Orchid one is good.
What about brunchz? Beach in IN?
Yep royal Orchid...
330Rs lunch buffet
Atria 330 Rs
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U get a varieties of desserts...
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I tried that out as well. I relish the Tuna and Roasted Chicken in particular.

Between, other Subways dont have a seperate veg and non-veg offer?
We have now set up a little camp there. No, most others alternate between veg and non-veg everyday.
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Subway at RMZ Infinity on OMR has the sub of the day offer going, like all the others. The difference is, they have a separate veg and non-veg sub everyday. All for 60 bucks, inclusive of taxes! I'm lovin' it!
oh yeah I love that place too and the best part is, it is just walking distance for me so am able to enjoy food without bothering about the kr puram traffic jams.

Also annachi has a nice counter there which has some really nice parotas and country chicken combo .
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Also annachi has a nice counter there which has some really nice parotas and country chicken combo .
Slurrpp!!! Slurrpp!!!
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Its been so long since I had a chance to visit these places & feast on the goodies..
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Anybody to comment about Barbecue nation? What's so special about the place? Have been hearing lots about them.

And which is the best Italian joint other than the one in Indira nagar?

Has anybody tried the Gellatissimo Icecreams inside SPAR? They're very good and better than Baskin robbins. Nice flavors too.
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@Zakko, BBQ nation serves BB starters which are unlimited. They place the hot charcoal BBQ on your table and serve the starters on that. You wait for a while and see the food getting cooked and then put some dressing on it and eat till your hearts content. There are 5 veg starters and 5 non veg ones. Non veg has like prawns, chicken, fish and all that whereas veg has aloo, mushroom, paneer and some mixed veggies. If your done with the unlimited starters then you can go to the main course which is a buffet having continental and indian food along with nice desserts.

All this is for Rs.450/- + tax per head. Drinks separate.

BBQ nation is there at 2 places one at Indiranagar 100feet road just after the Airport road flyover and the other at Koramangala near HSR layout.
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And which is the best Italian joint other than the one in Indira nagar?
Usually Via Milano, Fiorana and Sunny's are the places for good Italian food in Bangalore. Via Milano is on Koramangala 80 ft road next to Sony world. Fiorana is on Inner Ring road on Koramangala near Sukhsagar and Sunnys in on Vittal Mallya Road (next to Shell Petrol Bunk).
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@Zakko, BBQ nation serves BB starters which are unlimited. They place the hot charcoal BBQ on your table and serve the starters on that. You wait for a while and see the food getting cooked and then put some dressing on it and eat till your hearts content. There are 5 veg starters and 5 non veg ones. Non veg has like prawns, chicken, fish and all that whereas veg has aloo, mushroom, paneer and some mixed veggies. If your done with the unlimited starters then you can go to the main course which is a buffet having continental and indian food along with nice desserts.

All this is for Rs.450/- + tax per head. Drinks separate.

BBQ nation is there at 2 places one at Indiranagar 100feet road just after the Airport road flyover and the other at Koramangala near HSR layout.
Had gone to one of them on my mom's birthday. They gave us only 2+2 starters. Chicken and mutton and paneer and something else.

Wasnt all that great. Finally we went for the buffet and it was also ok. Not worth the hype. And the price wasnt 450, more like 200 or 250.

Is it because the lunch menu is less expensive ?
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BBQ nation has 2 slots for dinner, 7-9 and 9-11.

Grill Starters we got : Prawn, chicken, fish, aloo, paneer, mushroom, mixed vegge's.

Served Starters were mutton sheek, paneer & some veg cutlet sort of thing.

Never bothered to check out the buffet.
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Had gone to one of them on my mom's birthday. They gave us only 2+2 starters. Chicken and mutton and paneer and something else.

Wasnt all that great. Finally we went for the buffet and it was also ok. Not worth the hype. And the price wasnt 450, more like 200 or 250.

Is it because the lunch menu is less expensive ?
Yup the lunch is halved price and menu wise. The dinner is better.
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You guys should check out Solitaire near Shivananda Circle. Nice ambience, lovely food.

Lunch Buffet consisted of chicken steak, lamb curry, chicken curry, nawabi biryani,noodles, roti, 3 types of dal's,assorted sea food, lovely salads, 4 types of sweets, russian pie and lots more to go with it. Buffet cost was 225 Inclusive of tax. By far one of the best buffet places in Bangalore.

I hear they also serve Lasagne's, pizza's, pasta's for dinner. Sweets like jilebi's are fried on the spot and given. They also have a snack counter as well.
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You guys should check out Solitaire near Shivananda Circle. Nice ambience, lovely food.

Lunch Buffet consisted of chicken steak, lamb curry, chicken curry, nawabi biryani,noodles, roti, 3 types of dal's,assorted sea food, lovely salads, 4 types of sweets, russian pie and lots more to go with it. Buffet cost was 225 Inclusive of tax. By far one of the best buffet places in Bangalore.

I hear they also serve Lasagne's, pizza's, pasta's for dinner. Sweets like jilebi's are fried on the spot and given. They also have a snack counter as well.
Sounds standard fare for 225 bucks. Indijoe does something similar at 125 or so. But the current winner is still Subway!

Solitaire is known for its nightclub, The Mine. New, small, packed, and open very late (by BLR standards). Lots of commercial stuff. And the gym is quite nice too.
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