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In the Silicon Valley of India with an ever-growing cosmopolitan base, Jayanagar which is close to Lalbagh Botanical Garden, a pre-independence era, 240-acre garden in the heart of the city, is predominantly inhabited by the Kannada-speaking locals, and let’s you do old-timey Bangalore as only Jayanagar can. Widetree-lined avenues and single-story houses with gardens are a characteristic of this historic Bangalore neighborhood. The planned locality is highly popular for itsiconic food, music & cultural hub, its markets, and its plethora of vast beautiful parks. Walk along the mains and crosses – a true signature facet of the garden city, to explore nondescript and no-frills cult eateries that have built their reputation on
single dishes like akki rottis, ragi & jowar rottis to khara bhath. Head to the historic
Yediyur Lake, which is a favourite spot for all joggers & walkers for a tranquil stroll.
We visited the place in september by hiring vogo and truly it was really fun as the route was amazing with greenery all around and eye catching sights. When we reached, there was one policeman who was asking for parking fee even though there was no parking spot available and we refused to gave.later on, he called us and permitted...
Had a mouthwatering experience, great food, awesome taste,must try idly,vada,kesarbath,masala dosa,plain dosa,coffee,tea.(almost all)
Very very clean,good management.
Thumbs up for taste,and clean utensils.
Lovely south Indian food - Dosas, Idli, Vada, Kesari Bhath - very delicious. The ground floor has quick ‘stand-up’ eating arrangement, but the first floor has ‘service’ (waiters, sit down dining) looking over the Ganesh temple. The waiters seem quite cheerful and not frenetic (I did go during off peak periods though - 9-12 or 3-7 .. not sure what...
This is must try who are Pure Veg, although very less Jain items.
The focus is on starters ..preparation is good and tasty.
Next comes Chaats, and then main course and dessert kinda ok ok.
including gst 550/ on weekend per person...better to reach on time to avoid waiting time.
"Excellent service, extremely comfortable room and central location, plus great food."
reviewed 2 weeks ago by phillidap2016
We were very well looked after during our stay at this very conveniently located hotel. We enjoyed a wonderful dinner at the Italian restaurant, with very high quality food and service and great cocktails and wine. The view of the city from the roof top, where the swimming pool is situated is stunning.
It was pleasant experience staying at Pai Viceroy, I was there for 7 nights. the locality is good and having shopping area nearby. Stall behavior is also good. Food taste for north Indian food was good.
Overall I recommend this hotel.
My group was 13 ladies from America & we stayed for 3 days. The staff was courteous, food & rooms were good. Special thanks to Mr. Rangaswamy who took good care of us.
The feedback is that we could have had 2 rooms keys as we had twin sharing rooms & it was difficult for 2 guests to coordinate with...
Location - Very good
Rooms - Got an upgrade so little bigger with a sitting area and an additional tv.
Bathroom- neat and clean. Fittings old and drainage little slow.
Linen- clean and fresh - bedsheets, pillow covers, towels
Service - Good
Breakfast- decent spread...idli, dosa, live counter, parantha, saute veg, breads, muffins, baked dishes, juices, fresh fruits, tea, coffee...
I stayed at Lilac for a week recouping from a minor surgery in Bangalore. I live in Canada & had never been to Bangalore before so I quite ignorantly chose two hotels to stay at in the month I was there. I deeply regretted choosing the first - La Marvella. It was hugely overpriced for what it was. So when...