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One of the most popular shopping, entertainment & business hubs of Bangalore that beautifully binds the old world charm of the British era with the modern cosmopolitan vibes is MG Road. It is one of the busiest main streets of the Bangalore Cantonment connected to its larger family of colonial streets that spread through the city, sprinkled with the charm of oldest buildings and churches. From hopping across cafes, restaurants and the oldest pubs & clubs of Bangalore near Church Street to street shopping at Brigade Road to surfing through best book deals at Blossom, MG Road is a convenient getaway for all locals who just want to chill. The evenings near M.G. Road are incomplete without a stop at U.B. City on Vittal Mallya Road for the swankiest nightlife with some of the best rooftop views of the city.
Went there for lunch. Though we got a table, we had to wait long for someone to take an order. Food was delicious. And the quantity was enough. Do note that the tables are quite small and if you are on the bigger side of...More
Had chicken biriyani in the afternoon which was really tasty with gravy. Raitha was not good. Also had coin porotta with mutton brain pepper fry in the night. Both were tasty. Seats were almost filled to capacity.
A very iconic place in bengaluru. They have many outlets in the city. I happened to visit this one. This place is famous for its chicken delicacies. We had simple roti, daal and butter chicken. Though the chicken was a bit hard but taste was...More
The Brain fry and Peri Peri Chicken are must haves. Fried rice is good and quantity is good for two people. Signature dish is Chicken Kabab, but their Perry Perry Chicken is better, juicy and succulent😘
I was there for a few days. The staff and room service were very friendly and helpful. The rooms were comfortable and clean.
The only negative was that despite the menu offering a wide range of dishes, there were only few available