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Spice Terrace welcomes diners to relish authentic Indian preparations by the serene poolside at JW Marriott Bengaluru. This waterside restaurant promises some breathtaking city vistas, even as you indulge your taste buds with well-spiced preparations aesthetically presented by its skilled waitstaff. To complement its savory offers, Spice Terrace has an impressive selection of beverages and libations.
Perched atop the rooftop of Hotel Ivory Tower, Ebony glitters softly against panoramic views of the city below. Mellow candle-lit tables occupy the space, making this fine-dining restaurant ideal for date-nights or even afternoon lunches with colleagues. The menu focuses on pan Indian food, with a smattering of South Asian dishes featuring on the menu as well. Start off with the Kalmi Kebab or the Bengali Prawns, followed by a hearty helping of Mutton Curry and white rice.
The decor of the Raj Pavilion is too close to perfection. The glass house ceiling is a note inspired from the Lalbagh Botanical Garden in Bengaluru and the seating arrangement by the glass windows is truly reminiscent of the Victorian age. With a view of the pool area on one side and the buffet tables lined up on the other, this restaurant is a must-visit for many good reasons. It is open the whole day and serves almost all the Asian and a few British dishes. So when you want to experience the best in food and ambiance at the ITC Windsor, the Raj Pavilion must be tried and 'tasted.'
Royal Afghan undoubtedly has the best to offer in barbecues and grills. The flavorsome spices seep into the juicy meat before being grilled on hot charcoals, making the food taste more sinful and succulent than ever. The cuisine is essentially from the regions of the Northern Frontier regions. Do try the chef's recommendation, the Raan Sikandari, which can be devoured at leisure. And a bonus to this feast, is the poolside seating arrangement, which is a unique experience in itself. The furniture is in earthy hues and the ambiance is very relaxing. With a seating capacity of ninety-six guests, the Royal Afghan is just right to avoid a crowded dining experience.
This wildly popular bar and restaurant known for its Asian musings is located within the One MG Mall. Outfitted with opulent interiors that assume a romantic ambiance come evening, the place is perfect to celebrate significant occasions. While the restaurant rests in a cozy cocoon indoors, a part of it spills onto the breezy terrace patio with lovely dining pavilions. The menu centers around varied Asian cuisines such as Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Burmese and Vietnamese, with a special focus on sushi dishes.
Taking rooftop dining to another high is the High Ultra Lounge. This bar is located on the terrace of the World Trade Center building which is a whopping 128 meters (421 foot) in height (one of the highest in the city). From this height, one can definitely look down upon the world! The food and drinks are expensive, but surely worth the experience of dining, what with the fine food, lovely ambience and the helpful staff.
Perched on level four of the Sheraton Grand Bangalore Hotel, this splendid open-air restaurant enchants you with its Arabian-themed charm. Persian Terrace serves delicious Middle Eastern cuisine in its cozy, romantic quarters, with striking views of the sunset. The space is illuminated with ornate lanterns, come evening, and the cabana-inspired lounge seating sets the mood for an exotic evening. The live barbecue station nearby is an additional feast for the eyes, as are the beautifully plated creations from their kitchen.