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The aroma of rich spices and piquant flavors welcome you at Khayal, which serves authentic North-Indian cuisine along with an impeccable service. A warm ambiance and princely decor is accentuated by arched ways, while exquisite lattice designs add another dimension to its plush interiors. Live music events are frequently organized where notes of melodious ghazals (Urdu poems) fill the already charged up atmosphere. Khayal also has a food festival called 'Karnal', which is eagerly awaited by the food loving connoisseurs of Bengaluru. This fine dining restaurant is situated within the palatial confines of the Chancery Hotel which is right opposite St. Mark's Cathedral on Lavelle Road.
This one's for the egg-lovers. A specialty restaurant on St. Marks Road, The Egg Factory, as the name suggests, serves only eggs. The idea of opening up such a restaurant was inspired by the role that egg plays in the diet of the non-meat eating populace in the city. In terms of cuisine, the menu spans quite a few from Indian and Mexican to French and Italian, you name it. Apart from this, there are also a few innovative home-grown recipes that are worth-trying. The only other thing apart from eggs on the menu is a little selection of beverages and smoothies, so people who don't really enjoy eggs don't have much of an option. There's tons of stuff to try and egg lovers are bound to thoroughly enjoy this place. Check website for more information.
As a brand, Koshy's has been in existence for a very long time now, having catered effectively to different taste-buds in the city. Starting with the 'Parade Cafe', which serves aromatic coffee, snacks and other drinks, this chain followed up with the funky Koshy's Bar and Restaurant'. And at the suitably named 'Chill-Out', passersby can relish mouth watering ice-creams, tasty tidbits and beverages too. Then there is the recent addition 'Jewel Box' which is much sought after by well heeled corporates. While the ambiance varies across Koshy's eateries, one things that always remains constant is the flavorful cuisine they serve up day in and day out. These joints are located in a prime location near the Bible Society of India and St. Mark's Cathedral.
Part of an international chain of restaurants and bars, serving people all over the world, Hard Rock Cafe has opened its doors in the lovely city of Bengaluru. Akin to the other outlets, the walls of the cafe are adorned with items such as guitars as well as other musical instruments and costumes that were once played by or worn by some of the biggest names in the show business. On the menu, you will find delectably popular items like potato skins and burgers, and there is a wide range of drinks also available. Also, the Hard Rock Cafe hosts live performances by local, national as well as international artists. Drop in for the ultimate 'rock dining' experience.
Although there are plenty of diners in Bangalore who prefer vegetarian food, very few restaurants in the city offer upscale cuisine that is purely vegetarian. Green Theory happens to be one of the few which do. The cafe is located in an old, rambling colonial building which adds an element of old world charm. Diners can sit in the cozy interior or in the beautiful garden patio amidst the artfully arranged plants. The menu consists of seasonal, mostly organic varieties including delicious pizzas, burgers, pasta dishes and globally inspired appetizers. A number of vegan and Jain-friendly dishes are also served here.
If you are in the mood for some yummy steaks, sandwiches, and burgers then The Only Place in the city of Bengaluru should be your next stop. A place that is always bustling with a hungry crowd and an ambiance that is casual, this outlet will not let you down. Though they serve continental food and pasta too, it is basically known for its mouth-watering steaks and American salads. The food is in generous portions and provides good value for money. The service might be a bit pesky and slow but it is surely worth the wait.