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Most dishes are continental . You don’t get pure vegetarian food . Lemon Tree lacks cuisine culture I.e they cook everything but not merited in any of the dishes . Pick any good hotel they have a cuisine like punjabi , andhra / kannadigas /...More
As you walk into the restaurant, it feels very calming with a lot of green bamboo shoot looking plants and a water body in the midst of the restaurant with lots of decorative flowers.
I ordered the garlic pepper prawn, crispy lamb and prawn dimsums....More
The food is absolutely fantastic out here and loved every bit of it. The good thing is that the menu is a little different from the normal Asian joints with plenty of veg and non veg options. Be ready for a little spicy food. I...More
This is our 2nd visit to this restaurant with family. We found excellent ambience and very friendly staff. The food was very authentic and tasty. We liked the curry noodles and yummy dimsum. The chef Inder Singh prepared the chicken fried rice as per our...More
Part of Lemon tree hotel in Ulsoor. This bright, modern hotel restaurant dishes up freshly prepared classics from South East Asia. Serves street food from Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Cambodia, Indonesia and Myanmar. It will take you on a culinary ride. Good for any special occasion...More
An interesting oriental food restaurant with decent ambience and good service . A mixture of Thai ,Malaysian, Burmese and other far eastern cuisine . Lots of sea food options, but being off season I tried the shredded lamb pot with peppercorns and greens . Good...More
Home to Bangalore’s biggest lake, Ulsoor is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in the city, renowned for its quaint narrow streets lined with stylish home decor stores and boutiques selling handwoven saris and numerous temples like the impressive Halasuru Someshwara Temple, which dates back to the 16th century. Visitors can enjoy the sunset views while
boating at the lake, which also has a walking trail along the shore. Connected to the center by the M G Road, Ulsoor remains a sleepy, spread out suburb closely connected with nature and still manages to be hip and buzzing with activity, thanks to a cluster of bakeries, cafes, watering holes and plenty of curio shops in the vicinity.