Top Ten Restaurants in Bangalore

Top Ten Restaurants in Bangalore
Grasshopper Caperberry
OkoDum Pukht Jolly Nabobs
ZenItalia
ToscanoOlive Beach
Karavalli Higher Taste
If food and hospitality sector is directly associated with the economic growth of a city, tech-capital of India - Bangalore is definitely an example of that. It has several top class restaurants that can satisfy the gastronomic appetite of food connoisseurs in the city. Here are the top 10 restaurants in Bangalore:

Grasshopper  (www.grasshopper.in/)

Imagine exclusively designed seven course meal amidst an open air candle lit ambiance. Isn’t it royal or for some romantic? Grasshopper is a farm house slash boutique restaurant that provides customized meals, as per preferences (for which you must call ahead), with 3 starters, one salad, two main dishes and finally a sumptuous dessert. Be it the delicious food, personalized service or tranquil private setting, guests have been blown over by this experience.

Caperberry  (www.caperberry.in/home.html)

A restaurant and Tapas lounge, Caperberry is one of the most recommended fine dining restaurants in Bangalore. Its food and service staff provide a 7 star restaurant experience. The head chef Abhijeet Saha is well known in India for using Molecular Gastronomy techniques to give a modern twist to classic Spanish recipes like Caprese Salad, and frozen desserts.

Oko (www.thelalit.com/the-lalit-ashok-bangalore/restaurants/oko)

Started in 2009, Oko has evolved into an exquisite Pan Asian fine dining restaurant in The Lalit Ashok Hotel. It offers dining areas in the lounge, indoors with classy interior dcor and outdoors with comfortable leather sofas. Recommended dishes include Tom Yum Kai, Stir Fried Prawns, and Uramaki. The restaurant also have an exhaustive wine collection.

Dum Pukht Jolly Nabobs  (www.itchotels.in/hotels/itcwindsor/dum-pukht-jolly-nabobs-restaurant.aspx)

Offering royal dishes from North Indian regions, Dum Pukht Jolly Nabobs is an award winning fine dining restaurant in the ITC Windsor Hotel in Bangalore. It is much known for its array of Kababs, Biryani, Mutton Chops, Raan and Begum’s Pudding. The restaurant also has live entertainment.

Zen  (www.theleela.com/locations/bangalore/dining/zen)

If you wish to have an authentic Asian meal, Zen in the Leela Palace Kempinski is a favored fine dining address in Bangalore. It serves cuisines from regions like Korea, China, Japan and Thailand. This restaurant has live counters for popular Asian food like Teppanyaki, Sushi, DimSum and Yakitori.

Italia  (www.theparkhotels.com/bangalore/bangalore/italia.html)

A small and charming fine dining restaurant in The Park Hotel in M.G. Road, Italia is a favorite among Italian food lovers. This non vegetarian restaurant stocks a wide selection of alcoholic beverages as well. “Champagne Sorbet” is a must try dessert here.

Toscano  (www.toscano.co.in/)

With its presence in three locations in Bangalore – Orion Mall, UB City and Whitefield, Toscano is a popular Italian haunt in Bangalore. It serves wood fired pizzas, salads, risottos, sea foods, steak and delicious desserts like Tiramisu, and “White Chocolate and Hazelnut Opera Cake with Fresh Fruit Compote”.

Olive Beach  (www.olivebarandkitchen.com/)

Olive Beach in Ashoknagar, Bangalore offers a Mediterranean experience through its villa infrastructure, charming and romantic interiors and classic to modern cuisines from the Mediterranean coasts. It is much recommended for couples out on a date or special anniversary during the time of the sunset and later.

Karavalli  (www.thegatewayhotels.com/residencyroadbangalore/restaurants.aspx)

This coastal themed restaurant in the Taj Gateway Hotel in Residency Road, Bangalore is well known for its sea food and Konkani cuisines. Its vegetarian and non vegetarian fares are inspired from the South West Coastal regions. Karavalli was established in 1990 and has won several honors for its quality food and charming ambience.

Higher Taste  (www.iskconhighertaste.com/)

Higher Taste is an ISKON run fine dining restaurant inside the temple complex in Rajajinagar. It serves vegetarian and ‘sattvik’ food, which means dishes without onion, eggs or garlic. Customers find the food very elegant and mouth watering enough to visit multiple times. This restaurant is sought after for its unique ‘paan’ ice cream.



Last Updated On : 03/Jan/2013