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I always visit this small hotel whenever I am in Frazer town for sure.. The caramel pudding is delicious! Pocket friendly and just the right amount of creaminess.. It's actually a bread based pudding. Its mouth watering! Do try!
Couldn't resist to visit the place to witnesses the food bring prepared here. Such a huge crowd is approaching this place and the restaurant staffs are serving the food on-time..tasted variety of chicken items(Tawa fry, Laban's etc) , haleem, special stuffed parotta .the stuffing is...More
Went there around 7PM with a couple of friends for tea, noticed vadas being prepared fresh and couldn't resist ordering a plate, it was AWESOME, I actually liked the vadas here much better than the popular Veena Stores. My friends ordered Dosas and Idlis which...More
I was really looking forward to visiting this restaurant during ramdan feast and finally it came true!
The food is just amazing ! Despite the rush the food was delicious and tasty and no compromise on quality .
All though everything looked food and mouth...More
We order take out all the time from this place. Fried Rice is average, the Kabab's are true to the name and excellent. Has a dine in area in first floor that i am yet to check out. Only thing that stopped me from giving...More
Date of visit: December 2015
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Frazer Town/Cox Town
Established in the early 1900s, Frazer Town is one of the most upmarket residential and commercial neighbourhood in the Bangalore Cantonment from the colonial era and is being conserved in places to preserve its low-rise, tree-filled character. A great milieu of unity in diversity is visible on the streets
with the range of beautiful mosques, colonial bungalows, old churches and a few temples. Frazer Town is nothing less than a foodies’ haven, with streets like MM Road and Mosque Road lined with local eateries and Bangalore’s oldest bakeries and restaurants serving Arabic to Chinese cuisine. This is where Bangalore comes when it craves biryanis and kebabs especially during Ramzan. With a wide military base in the vicinity and a distinct British influence in the culture, quieter streets in the area especially around Cox Town and the Freedom Fighter’s Park offer a great environment for long, chirpy walks.