Food delivery apps can be lifesavers, when you are craving for restaurant food, but don’t want to step out of the comfort of your house. So yesterday night, I spotted this place called “Delicacy” on one of these apps, and placed an order.
The menu looked good, with the usual dishes one sees at most of the desi-chinese places. I placed an order for veg noodles, Thai red curry(chicken) and veg balls in hot garlic sauce. Prices are quite low here, and I was happy to see my total bill 😀
It’s hard to reach a consensus at home when everyone wants to have something different for dinner 😀 Yesterday night, “Sizzling Monk” came to our rescue; it had something to please everyone’s tastbuds. The place has recently opened(not more than a week old I suppose) and boasts of an interesting menu which has everything from Chinese, pizza, pasta to sizzlers, shakes etc.
It’s good to see HSR Layout rapidly evolving as a foodie’s delight. I always used to complain about it not having enough places that serve good Chinese food, but it’s not the case anymore, thanks to places like Sizzling Monk. Before entering here, I also spotted a ‘Cream & Fudge’ outlet right next to it and decided to have desserts there post dinner 😀
Mr. H had been eyeing this place since its inception. He used to be quite fond of 49 Parantha Gali (which was located here), and was heartbroken when it closed its doors 😀 Soon after, this new place with a quirky name and interesting menu opened at the same location. There are plenty of interesting and tempting things to choose from, and everything from North Indian to Chinese to Continental and much more.
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.
“Hunan” is a province located in China. It is also one of the eight great traditions of Chinese cuisines of and is well known for its hot and spicy flavour.
In Bangalore, however, it refers to a fantastic eatery located on the famous food street in Koramangala 🙂
Hubby was quite happy to spot this place on Zomato ordering app, and insisted we order from there. We placed an order for tofu ginger tomato soup, three mushroom noodles and thai basil chicken with jasmine rice.
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.