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Shao, the Pan-Asian restaurant located in Radisson Blu, Marathalli has been reopened to public after a brief renovation last month. The interiors are now more inviting and takes you straight to luxurious Oriental setting. The ceiling is filled with large glass fixtures emitting red color. The outlet not only saw makeover in the interiors but in the menu as well. The menu now comprises of Pan-Asian dishes right from Japanese to Thai to Chinese.

As we settled down we tried the house cocktails. The Cucumber cooler was made with cucumber pulp, mint and lime, which made it super-refreshing. The frozen Mojito is something that cannot be missed. The mojito is in a frozen form and melts slowly releasing all the amazing minty flavors. The Pineapple punch is created with loads of pineapple juice and gin. The taste was just amazing.

We couldn’t wait to try the Wonton and Kaffir Lime Soup. This aromatic broth is created with kaffir lime, lemon and coriander. This clear soup is served with a steamed wonton and veggies; and the taste of the kaffir lime gave it a perfect twist. Absolutely divine, one of the best soup’s you can try in the city. The Togarashi Spinach Tempura is a signature dish that is amazing. The spinach is batter-fried and sprinkled with togarashi. The crunchy and crispy textures with a hint of togarashi and soy sauce makes up for a great combination. Don’t miss out on the assorted Sushi dish comprising of Avacado and Asparagus maki, Vegetable tempura uramaki and pickled vegetables maki. Loved the Veg Tempura uramaki which had a variety of textures! Also, the Seasame baked treasure is filled with exotic veggies and is laminated with a green colored super-soft dough. This is a unique dish with loads of different flavors.

Shao has a variety of different appetizers like the Sizzling Gaozi. This pan-fried dumpling is served with chilli sauce. The gaozi is crispy from the top and soft from inside. The Sichuan Assorted Mushroom is wok tossed crispy mushroom with spicy Sichuan sauce. The dish is both spicy and slightly sweet at the same time. The Money Bag are deep-fried dumplings stuffed with veggies and is served with sweet chilli sauce. The Panko Black Pepper Tofu is also a deep fried panko crumbed tofu served with black pepper sauce. The tofu just melts in the mouth and the black-pepper leaves a tinkling peppery aftertaste.

For the main course we tried the Asian Greens and Water Chestnut and the Kung Pao Eggplant. While the exotic Asian greens is made with chilli bean sauce and has a variety of herbs and vegetables. The Kung Pao Eggplant is an absolute amazing dish with diced eggplants, cashew, onion and bell pepper in Kung Pao Sauce. The eggplant was soft from inside the sauce was sweet and spicy at the same time. Both these are best tried with the Thai Basil Fried Rice and the Pad Thai Noodles. The rice has a subtle fragrant of basil leaves. But the Pad Thai Noodles are rice noodles with peanuts, vegetables and tossed in soy sauce.

We tried the Wasabi Cheesecake and the Red Velvet chocolate mousse in desserts. The Wasabi Cheesecake has a subtle infusion of wasabi on top. The presentation of the dish was top-notch. The Red velvet is served as a mousse with Kaffir Lime and Passion fruit infused in it. Dont forget to clean your palate with the Jasmine tea.

Overall, Shao is an experience of culinary delights at a luxurious Oriental setting.

Shao – The Pan Asian Experience – Scorecard –

Food/Taste – 9/10
Service – 9/10
Value for Money – 9/10
Ambiance – 9/10
Quantity/Quality – 9/10

Overall – 4.5/5

Shao is a complete Oriental experience.

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Carnival De Goa is a Goan restaurant on the edge of Ulsoor, right across Conrad Hotel. The place is known for its Goan food and ambiance. The whole theme revolves around a carnival which is evident from the wall paintings as well. You can choose to sit outside with a view of the Conrad or inside with the air-condition. The ambiance has been specially curated to keep Goa in mind. We wanted to try most of the dishes on the menu and went ahead to try their cocktails.

The One in a Minion is a combination of Watermelon syrup, coconut syrup and blue curacao. The drink was refreshing and the flavors of watermelon and coconut was subtle. The Incredible Hulk – has Blue curacao, peach and apricot crush. Good but was very sugary. The Finding Nemo is great for parties and large gatherings with Blue Curacao, triple sec and lime juice.

Sweet Potato Fritters are little batter deep fried snack made with sweet potatoes. They just came and vanished from the table. The Raw Banana Fritters could have been better as there wasn’t any prominent flavors from the banana. The Brinjal Peri Peri is an excellent preparation which was sweet and spicy at the same time. Couldn’t imagine that brinjal could taste so different and unique. The Goan Paneer Chilly is another amazing dish with soft paneer tossed with Goan chillies. Loved it!

For the main course we tried the Goan Chilli Paneer Pizza. This pizza is filled with topping of Goan chilli Paneer, onions, tomato and other veggies. It was only of the best spicy pizza I have ever had. The Paneer Xacuti was served with Neer Dosa, white rice and Goan Poi (pao). The Paneer gravy was made with loads of coconut which made the gravy rich. The combination with Neer dosa and poi was excellent as well.

When it comes to desserts, Goan has Bebinca to offer. The best thing about the Bebinca here was the fact that it was not too eggy and is served with vanilla icecream. The Caramel Custard is yet another Goan delight. The pudding is served with a watery caramel syrup. But the best was their Dodol with icecream. This Goan pudding is made with jaggery and the combination with icecream was amazing.

Overall, a great dinner at Carnival de Goa. The place needs to work on their drinks but the food is amazing.

Carnival de Goa – Scorecard –

Food/Taste – 8/10
Service – 8/10
Value for Money – 8/10
Ambiance – 8/10
Quantity/Quality – 8/10

Overall – 4/5

Welcome to Carnival de Goa!

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The Eat Street of Namma Bengaluru is present in VV Puram area of Basavanagudi close to Sajjan Roa circle. The street is close to 200meters and houses more than 50+ food joints, a paradise for foodies! The place is crazy during the weekends, so try to reach here early. Most of the stalls starts by 6pm. Here you can find not only South Indian delicacies but other street foods from across the world be it American, Italian or even Chinese. Here is a list of 4 food items that you cannot miss:

  1. Floating Pani Puri – The floating Pani Puri from Om Sri Vinayaka Bangarpet Chat Express is something very unique. Instead of putting the water inside the crispy balls, the flavored water is poured below giving a sense of floating objects. The taste of these pani puri is fantastic as it is filled with chickpea masala and veggies. You can ask for more flavored water for free!
  2. Roomali roti with Chole ki sabzi – This crazy dish is famous in the Northern part of India. But here we are in Bangalore at the Chinese Corner trying this. The Roomali Roti is baked on an inverted kadai (circular wok) and a thick gravy of Chole (chickpeas) is served with it. The combo is delicious and hot too! Plus you get a free show of flying roomali rotis.
  3. Gobi Manchurian – If there is one street food that could be called truly Bangalorean, its probably the Gobi Manchurian. The Chinese Corner is the best place to try it among others. The Gobi are crispy to the max and are served in small paper plates. (Note: There is no difference between Gobi Manchurian or Gobi 65 as they use the same sauce).
  4. Paneer Masala Dosa – The Paneer Masala Dosa at Sri Vasaavi Mane Tindi is one of the hottest items on the food street. The Dosa is made with ghee and a generous amount of paneer is grated on it! They even have a service hall where you can sit and devour this delicacy.

The other two items that you can skip and are highly over-rated:

  1. Jalebi with Rabdi – First of all the combo is out of the world. But don’t try this at the Eat Street. The ingredients are not fresh and rabdi didn’t taste that great.
  2. Potato Twister – You will probably find this with every other person. But the Potato Twister gives empty calories and fills the stomach really fast, not to forget it is way too oily. There are better options out their on the Food Paradise!

The Eat Street of Bangalore is indeed a paradise for foodies!

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Aubree, a premium chocolatiare and bakery recently opened its flagship store in Kormangala, Bangalore. The brand has been operational since 2011 with a small outlet in Sadashivnagar. The store in Koramangala is huge in size and one can enjoy not only some of the finest chocolates but also a variety of savories, pastries and appetizers. Last year, the brand also received the award for ‘The Patisserie of the Year’ at the ‘World On a Plate’ Gourmet food festival.

On the occasion of Women’s Day, Aubree announced a 3-course meal at just Rs.299+ for women. The offer is valid on 8th, 9th and 10th March. The meal also comes with a complimentary cupcake which are very unique as it highlights virtue flags. The brand also introduced ‘Cheer Box’ for Women to reduce the discomfort during your moon days ( #LetHerExplore ). The box contains dark chocolate containing magnesium, known to help temper swings and regulate Serotonin (the happy hormone). Also comes with chocolate spread, granola bar, cashew cookies among others.

At Aubree, you can enjoy munching some of the best appetizers. We tried their Belgium Hot Chocolate Shot, it was creamy and rich chocolate shot made with 55% pure Belgian dark chocolate. The Orange Carrot Soup on the other hand was created with slow cooked carrots, squeezed orange and a dash of white pepper. The orange gave it a interesting twist. The Crispy Paneer Fingers are not to be missed. The cottage cheese are cut into strips and are battered with their peri peri spices and deep fried until crunchy. The combo was spicy and flavorful! The Paneer Rosemary Steak is a complete meal in itself. The cottage cheese is seared in butter and chilli sauce and is served with mashed potatoes and steamed vegetables.

Their Signature Pizza is topped with Paneer and basil pesto green apple. The dough is made in house which gives a perfect crust. The Vegan Asparagus Penne is created from sauteed asparagus and penne pasta tossed in basil pesto sauce. The use of premium olive oil was remarkable to put everything together. Lastly, the Veg Dine is another meal in itself. The vegetables are marinated in herbs, cream and blended in a homemade red sauce. It is served with rice in the middle.

At Aubree the choices for desserts are many. We ordered the Petit Desserts Platter which comes with the Choco Hazelnut Feast, Keylime Raspberry Cupcake and the Whiskey on the chocs. The Whiskey on the chocs was unique as is was non-alchoholic and had a rich almond praline. We even got our hands on the Orabella Iced Parfait. This is their signature award winning dish with 35% Belgian milk chocolate parfait cream with hazelnut crumble base and cocoa velvet finish. Amazing is just an understatement. The Dark Raspberry Semifreddo is made with 55% Belgian dark chocolate cremeux with rich raspberry to create a seductive combination.

Overall, Aubree ( #SayAubree ) is a complete experience with high end chocolates to mouth watering appetizers.

The Haute Chocolataire – Aubree – Scorecard –

Food/Taste – 9/10
Service – 9/10
Value for Money – 9/10
Ambiance – 9/10
Quantity/Quality – 10/10

Overall – 4.6/5

Aubree is not to be missed!

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After their grand success in Marathalli, The Globe Grub recently opened its newest outlet in BTM, just 2mins away from Vega City Mall. The place is spread over two floors and once inside you would feel as if in a Mediterranean setting. The ambiance is lively and the outlet is huge in size. Their liquor license is underway and soon you can enjoy the best buffet while sipping your favorite drinks. The place is known for its all round buffet and has some of the best dishes from along the world.

We kicked off with some the house mocktails like the Blue Pacific, Masala Soda and the Virgin Mojito. Each of the drinks were refreshing and unique in flavors. The Masala Soda was spicy and lemony. The Virgin Mojito was refreshing from the mint and lemon. The Blue Pacific was simple made with blue curacao.

The Globe Grub is one place where you can eat your heart out. The Tomato Dhaniya Shorba was tangy with a hint of coriander, amazing in taste. By now we started getting the appetizers one by one. The Tandoori Gulistan or tandoori broccoli was filled with tandoori masala and had a fine smoky taste. The crispy corn were tossed in onions, capsicum and chillies, just the way we liked. The Tandoori Pineapple was sweet and spicy at the same time, don’t miss! The Crumb fried Mushrooms were filled with cheese and mushrooms, delightful. But out favorite was the Cajun Spice Potato, these deep fried potatoes are served with Cajun dip on top. Absolutely amazing.

The Globe Grub has a wide array of live counters. They even have a separate salad bar with a wide range of condiments, dips and veggies. There are couple of live counters as well. We tried the Papdi Chaat and the Dahi Puchka from the Chaat Counter. One of the best live counter is the Pizza and Pasta counters. We had the Paneer Pizza along with white sauce creamy pasta. Both of them were outstanding. The Mongolian Dimsums were served with two chutneys and the flavors were spot on.

The main course also had a variety of curries, rice items and so on. We just tasted a bite from each. They even have few Chinese dishes in the main course like noodles and veg gravy. The veg biryani was good and was served with raita.

We jumped straight to the desserts counters. They do have a live icecream parlor where you can mix your fav and create something new. The Shahi Tudka was one of the best things here. Just perfectly fried with rabdi on top. The Pancake with caramel syrup and blueberry syrup was fluffy and delicious. The Marble cake was good as well. Don’t miss on their hot Gulab Jamuns and halwa. There were pastries and baked goodness as well.

Overall, the Globe Grub is a total value for money deal. You can enjoy some of the best dishes from across the world here.

The Globe Grub – Scorecard –

Food/Taste – 9/10
Service – 8/10
Value for Money – 9/10
Ambiance – 8/10
Quantity/Quality – 8/10

Overall – 4.2/5

The Global buffet at pocket friendly prices.

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Arena Artisanal is a brand new brewery and kitchen located in Indiranagar, Bangalore. The place is spread over three floors. The bottom floor gives a great view of the microbrewery. The mid-floor has a huge bar. The top floor have various pods for different size private parties. The ambiance is simply amazing and you can feel a paramid design once inside. From private pods to open sky dining, Arena has it all. We started from the bottom floor and moved up with every course.

To start we tasted few cocktails like the Love Me or Leave Me, Gin & Juice, Apple Pie and the Mojito. Love Me or Leave Me is a combination of herbs with cucumber, lime and pickled carrots. While Gin and Juice are made with Elderflower, fresh rosemary and ginger ale. The Apple Pie was a deconstructed cocktail version with fresh apple, cinnamon, sugar and caramelized apple slices. All these cocktails have fresh flavors and had something unique to offer.

When it comes to food, Arena has a wide range of Pan Asian cuisine. The Asparagus Avocado Tempura Uramaki is one of the delicious sushi we ever had, as it is topped with hot chilli mayo with a light tempura crunch. The Shitake and Chives Dimsum and the Spinach, Corn and Cheese Dimsum were both super tasty. We loved the Smoked Garlic and Onion Tart made with mixed mushroom, lebneh with caramelized onions. The tart was crumbly and super soft.

For the main course we had the Thai Green Curry with Jasmine Rice and the Traditional Burmese Khao Suey. The Thai Green Curry was amazing with the fresh infusion of basil flavors. The Burmese Khao Suey was good, but we couldn’t try all the condiments it comes with. For desserts we tried their Tiramisu which comes with a hint of lemon. The Belgian Choco Fondant was served with vanilla icecream and baked figs. But the Paris Brest with Mousse was out of the world. This Choux pastry is filled with a rich hazelnut cream mousse which melts in the mouth.

Overall, Arena is the place to be, be it the food, the cocktails or their desserts.

Arena Artisanal Brewkitchen – Scorecard –

Food/Taste – 9/10
Service – 8/10
Value for Money – 8/10
Ambiance – 9/10
Quantity/Quality – 8/10

Overall – 4.2/5

An Artisanal experience!

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1441 Pizzeria is a modern pizzeria located in JP Nagar, Bangalore. This is their first franchisee in Bangalore and plans to open many more in the city soon. The name 14*41* are the coordinates of Naples-Italy, the birth place of Pizza. The ambiance is a typical Italian Pizzeria with a wood fired oven. With three categories of pizza to choose from, the USP of this place is the fact that you can create your own pizza.

We tried their Jalapeno Cheese Poppers which was spicy with a masala sprinkled on top. The Poppers were filled with cheese and bits of jalapenos. The masala on top really made the difference. We also tried the Litchi and Masala Lemonade with the poppers. Both were lemony and tangy, perfect to clean the palate for the next course.

The Pizza at 1441 Pizzeria can be made as per your choice. There are more than 3 types of sauces (Italian, Mama’s and Jain), 50+ toppings, 4 different type of cheese to choose from. They even encourage people to make their own pizza and decorate it with your own hands. We tried a half and half pizza with capsicum, jalapenos, olives, garlic on one side and paneer, pineapple, caramelized onions and sundried tomato on the other. The best thing about 1441 Pizzeria is the fact that the pizza is ready in only 3 minutes due to their wood fired oven. We even tried their Nutella Pizza with has a slight twist. The small pizza is spread with a generous amount of Nutella, powdered sugar and chili powder for the extra kick.

Overall, 1441 Pizzeria is a great experience especially the pizza making process. The staff needs a hats off as everyone was proactive to make us understand their food.

1441 Pizzeria – Scorecard –

Food/Taste – 8/10
Service – 9/10
Value for Money – 8/10
Ambiance – 8/10
Quantity/Quality – 8/10

Overall – 4.1/5

DIY Pizza straight from Naples!

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Levitate is one of the newest microbrewery located in JP Nagar, Bangalore right opposite Vega City Mall. This brewpub is based on the concept of levitation of objects. Spread over 3 floors with 2 floors under open roof. The bar is the main highlight of this outlet taking the center stage. The interiors are well done and the place really lights up after dark. They recently started with their microbrewery and serves 5 different types of brewed beers.

We tried couple of cocktails here like the Blood Orange and Tonic and Kentucky Flower. The Blood Orange was filled with Orange juice along with tonic water. The Kentucky Flower was made with the use of elderflower syrup and apple caviar. Both the drinks were delicious.

When it comes to food Levitate has a lot to offer. The Watermelon Green Salad had a variety of greens with watermelon and feta cheese. The combo was good. The Rava Upma Cheese Balls was a unique dish made with Upma and cheese inside. The cheese just melted as we ate, and the taste was amazing. The Baked Skin Potato was filled with spinach, salsa and sour cream. It was a perfect bite size snack. The Tikka Ball Paneer was filled with different masalas and served with green chutney. The tikka balls were a bit salty and dry for me.

The Paneer Lollipop was probably the best item on the menu. Paneer were deep fried in a batter and are served like a lollipop with schezwan sauce. Loved it! The Pizza Rustica had olives, spinach and sundried tomatoes. It got over in no time! The Spaghetti Aglio E Olio was filled with green chillies, garlic and veggies. Delicious! Lastly, we had the Vietnamese Loaded Fries filled with hoisin, sriracha and garlic mayo. It was topped with peanuts which made it irresistible. Awesome, is an understatement for this dish.

When it comes to desserts Levitate has a wide variety. We kicked off with the Levitate Signature Cake. It was basically a chocolate cake with gems. It was good, if not great! The Vanilla Crème Brulee was perfect. The burnt sugar just formed an amazing crust on the top. The Milk Chooclate Dome was a dome shaped chocolate filled with chocolate mousse inside. The choco combo was deadly. But, we loved the Snicker Praline with bitter chocolate icecream. A great combo of milk and bitter chocolate flavors.

Overall, Levitate is here to stay wether it is the food or the drinks.

Levitate – Scorecard –

Food/Taste – 8/10
Service – 8/10
Value for Money – 8/10
Ambiance – 8/10
Quantity/Quality – 8/10

Overall – 4/5

Time to Levitate!

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Kolkata – the City of Joy is one of the most celebrated places when it comes to food with influence from all over the world. Whether it’s the street food or anything else, you can try this at a very nominal change. Here are the top 6 foods that you cannot miss on your next trip to Kolkata.

Top Foods in Kolkata

Jhal Muri The first food on our list is the Jhal Muri. Made with simple ingredients like flaked rice, onions, potatoes, chillies, coconut, mustard oil, masala and a variety of other tweaks depending from person to person. This healthy snack is an explosion of flavors in the mouth. You can get these at roadsides, trains and is priced usually for less than 20 bucks, which gives quite a filling.

Lemon Tea – Kolkata gives this beverage a very unusual twist, the one here comes with Hajmola or a salty digestive. The combination of hajmola, tea, sugar and lime is simply amazing. Mostly found in the trains and few local stores, give this a sip and forget the traditional ‘lemon’ tea.

Kathi Rolls – One of the most iconic snacks that has put Kolkata on the global food map is probably the Kathi Roll. It was invented to put everything together in a paratha which can be consumed as a fastfood. It is basically a fried paratha rolled with vegetables or meat of your choice along with onions, chillies, lime and sauce! You can get these in many versions and variations of condiments today. Try them at Kusum rolls, Nizam’s and other local stores.

Sweets – Kolkata has been home to many legendary sweets especially made with milk, jaggery and so on. You can try variety of Sandesh (churned milk solids with sugar/jaggery/Nolen Gur and added flavors) and Rosagulla. Over the years these light dessert had been everyones favourite. These isn’t any particular time when you should have this as it can be tried all day long. Try these at some of the legendary sweet shops of Kolkata like Girish Chandra Dey, Balaram, Bhikaram Chandmal, etc. and be amazed at their creations.

Chop/Cutlets – Something very unique to Kolkata are its chop or cultlets which can be found in both veg as well as non-veg options. These deep fried goodness are sometimes served with onions, cucumber and mustard sauce which takes the experience to the next level.

Street Food Stalls – Everywhere you look around in Kolkata, you are bound to find few street food stalls. These stall serves dishes like Puchka, Samosa, Tea, Ghugni, Chilra, Chowmein, Sabzi Puri, sweetmeats and even South Indian dishes, among others. Some of these stalls are brilliant when it comes to food. Don’t miss out on them to get the real deal! Try areas like New Market,

That’s not all, Kolkata is home to the entire street food culture of India and you may end up finding something totally different. If you find something unique on the street or shop, just take a bite!

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CK’s Bakery recently opened its first outlet in Banaswadi, Bangalore. This legendary bakery is based out of Chennai and has a large number of stores in Hyderabad, Madurai, Coimbatore and Kochi. The décor of each of their store is simple, clean with a yellow-blue theme. The bakery is known for its value for money products which are served super fresh on order. Even the cakes are made at the respective outlets in less than 5mins! The company plan to open close to 50 stores in Bangalore in the next few years with the Electronic City and Tavarekere outlet almost ready!

CK’s Bakery serves a variety of products be it cakes or pasteries but also, sandwiches, panini, shakes, savouries among others. The items on the menu starts from as low as Rs. 12. While the cakes start from only 200 bucks! The quality of the products is really high as they work on a franchisee model with a base kitchen in each of the city. We got our hands on some of their products, here are some of the best ones:

Pastries at CK’s Bakery

Butterscotch Pastry – Light pastry filled with butterscotch on the top and sides. We could taste the subtle butterscotch flavors from the cream as well. Amazing!

Butter Paneer Panini

Butter Paneer Panini – Made with in-house Italian bread with herbs and chili flakes. The panini is grilled with mayo and paneer makhani as filling. The makhani sauce was out of the world and the panini just melted in the mouth. Not to be missed!

Oreo Berry Shake

Oreo Berry Shake – This milkshake is made with Oreo and Berry. The sugar was perfect and comes in a glass bottle. The combination was great!

Dry Savories

Don’t miss out on their savories as well like Veg Patties, Paneer patties and samosa that comes with a high value for money. They even sell breads, soup sticks, walnut cakes and biscuits for all your bakery needs!

Overall, CK’s Bakery is a synonym for the best value for money products. You can have all the great cakes and snacks in a budget.

CK’s Bakery – Scorecard –

Food/Taste – 9/10
Service – 9/10
Value for Money – 10/10
Ambiance – 8/10
Quantity/Quality – 9/10

Overall – 4.5/5

Eat fresh at CK’s Bakery.

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