Of late, plenty of excellent ‘home delivery only’ options have popped up in the city. 48 East is one of them, which delivers delicious fares from 48 Asian countries. Their menu changes every week, so you’ll always get something new to treat your taste buds.
Over the past few weeks, I have tried many dishes from this place, some hits and some misses. Read on for more.
Spotted this place purely out of chance while leaving Lavelle Road the other day. The restaurant is located on second floor of a building and has a lounge called Attic on the third floor. The whole place is bright, airy and has comfortable colourful couches along with some basic wooden benches. There are lots of greens around that make the place look lively.
We were starving and quickly ordered for a tofu,corn & mushroom green curry ramen, red curry ramen with chicken and spinach & mushroom potstickers.
It’s nice to see more and more authentic Pan Asian places opening up in the city. This weekend we spotted a new place called Wok to Asia and went for lunch.
The restaurant has valet parking, so you won’t have any parking woes 🙂 Interiors are neat & bright with colourful origami birds dangling from the ceiling. It serves both buffet and à la carte, and has a beautiful bar counter too.
Aroi means delicious in Thai, and this place truly lives up to its name. We decided to visit it for lunch over the weekend, climbed four flights of stairs(totally worth it!), and had some amazing food.
The place looks simple yet beautiful and overlooks Kaikondrahalli lake near Sarjapur Road. They have plenty of seating and we decided to take a table outside that had a nice view of the lake.
It had been a while since we went to UB City for food. Over the weekend, everyone agreed for Chinese/Thai and I decided to tick off another place on my list 🙂 And we headed to Singkong.
It is located in the beautiful UB City piazza and we decided to sit out, since it was not hot and we could also have a view of the food fest which was going on there.
The gentlemen ordered beers and ladies sangrias. For appetizer, hubby thought popiah looked interesting. Service was good and everything appeared shortly.
Dreary weather on a sunday evening, how bad can it be! After some lengthy discussions on “what should we have for dinner”, we headed to Nasi & Mee in Koramangala.
I did some googling and figured Nasi is “rice” in Malay, and Mee is probably noodles, hence the name.
At my home, deciding restaurants is always a challenging task 😀 A couple of days back, for lunch we settled on south-east asian and after being unable to find a place in HSR, we ventured to Republic of Noodles in Electronics City.