Somehow I’m always at a loss of options, when everyone at home decides to have good North Indian food. This Saturday for a change, the laborious task of choosing a restaurant was taken over by Mr. H and he suggested Roots in Koramangala.
I remembered crossing this place many times, but never paying much attention. It’s a comparatively new place, and last I checked it didn’t have great ratings, but this time it had got amazing reviews and ratings had shot up!
So we booked a table for four at 8 p.m. (thank goodness we did!), and reached the place on time to find it completely packed. The place was extremely noisy, and their tables were not placed well making the dining area somewhat cramped. We even started contemplating moving to another restaurant for main course, though that never happened 🙂
We rarely visit Garuda Mall these days, partly because it’s far and there are not many eateries in the mall 😀 Moreover, yesterday I discovered that the Mango store which used to be a fav, had closed 😦
After some frantic last minute shopping for our upcoming vacation, we decided to dine at Pind Balluchi which is located on the 3rd floor.
Finally a good restaurant in forum!
We went here with parents over the weekend, thoroughly enjoyed our meal and left with smiles and happy tummies 🙂
This place is located right next to Toscano, and has an interesting menu of different Indian dishes, desserts and a special Punjabi menu for the weekends.
Ordered through zomato from this place for home delivery. Shahi paneer, butter chicken and breads.
I was surprised and pleased at how soon the order arrived at our doorstep. Their packing was excellent, no leakages anywhere.
We were looking for punjabi food over the weekend when we stumbled onto this place.
Very interesting and funny punjabi quotes all around, and I started thinking this place must be serving great food too. Was amused to see the “charpais” you usually see at the roadside dhabas. Continue reading
Beautiful place with lovely interiors. The restaurant has ample amount of space and doesn’t feel suffocating even when it’s completely full. I have been here for team lunches and with family as well and never been disappointed.
Have always been to this place for takeaways and have never seen it less crowded.
Dal makhni is to die for and paneer dishes are pretty great too. The food is a little oily, but they customise a bit if you tell them your spice and oil preferences.