Top 20 Dinner Delights You Can Have In MG Road, Bangalore

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1 Cocktail Medu Vada At “The Permit Room”

The dish is simply crunchy lentil fritters stuffed with asparagus and emmental with sambhar and chutney on the side. The vada is also filled with different lentils sometimes. The addition of coriander simply enhances the taste of vada and chutney as well. The Vada goes well with both chutneys, red and nariyal chutney. If you want to make this vada at home then you need to take lot of efforts.

Address of the Restaurant: 16/3, Commissariat Road, MG Road, Bangalore

Cocktail-Medu-Vada

2 Paneer Tiranga Rumani At “Ebony”

The dish is simply cubes of paneer imbibed with a trio of herbs and spices and marinated and very well grilled with three distinctive masalas. The three masalas are made with jalapeno, capsicum and red pepper. You can try this dish in your homes also. The dish is  healthy and tasty as well.

Address of the Restaurant:13th Floor, Barton Center, 84 M.G.Road, Bangalore

Paneer-Tiranga-Rumani

3 Idiyappam Egg Roast At “The Permit Room”

The dish is simply String hoppers served with an onion and tomato based egg roast masala. The noodles are semi-boiled as boiling them completely spoils the taste of dish.  The eggs are added in two ways; one is to add them boiled and other is to boil and then fry to add in masala.

Address of the Restaurant: 16/3, Commissariat Road, MG Road, Bangalore

Idiyappam-Egg-Roast

4 Murgh Yakhni Shorba At “Ebony”

The dish is simply winter chicken broth with almonds. The yummy dish is an invigorating chicken broth infused with subtle Kashmiri spices and enriched with almond milk. The more you add almond milk, the more the dish becomes tasty.

Address of the Restaurant:13th Floor, Barton Center, 84 M.G.Road, Bangalore

Murgh-Yakhni-Shorba

5 Eggs Florentine At “The Permit Room”

The dish is simply soft boiled eggs with sautéed keerai and warm Hollandaise on Malabari coin parotta. Here you can prefer boiled and fried egg over just boiled egg.

Address of the Restaurant: 16/3, Commissariat Road, MG Road, Bangalore

Eggs-Florentine

6 Chilgoza Malai Kebab At “Ebony”

The dish is simply creamy chicken tikkas with pine nuts. The dish is just an North west frontier cuisine at its best. These succulent morsels of thigh meat are marinated in cream, ground pine nuts and spices and they are cooked in a traditional tandoor.

Address of the Restaurant:13th Floor, Barton Center, 84 M.G.Road, Bangalore

Chilgoza-Malai-Kebab

7 Meen Moilee Kappa At “The Permit Room”

The dish is simply poached brown grouper fish fillet in a mild flavorful sauce (you can prefer spicy sauce as well) on tapioca mash. All fish lovers must try this dish.  

Address of the Restaurant: 16/3, Commissariat Road, MG Road, Bangalore

Meen-Moilee-Kappa

8 Ebony’s Kakori Kebab

The dish is simply the tiny hamlet of kakori, a few miles from Lucknow lends its name to this fabulous kebab. The dish is made from silky fine ground lamb and delicate, pounded spices. The dish is famously created for a toothless nawab.  

Address of the Restaurant: It’s Barton Center, on the 13th Floor, 84 M.G.Road, Bangalore

Ebonys-Kakori-Kebab

9 Indian Kitchen Murgh Makhani

The dish is simply shredded tandoori chicken (cooked in tandoor) cooked in rich onion tomato masala and topped with butter and cream.   

Address of Restaurant: 86, Oak Shot Place, Near Barton Center, MG Road, Bangalore

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10 Mutton Dhansak

Dhansak is meat, in this case, mutton is cooked with three vegetables, four different lentils and 18 spices and herbs. The treatment and technique of this dish are like the Persian Koresh’s (stews) but the spices and herbs are emphatically Indian. The dish is very well served with a distinctive brown rice, parsee kachumber and pickles.

Address of the Restaurant: It’s Barton Center, on the13th Floor, 84 M.G.Road, Bangalore

Mutton-Dhansak

11 Bharwa Mushroom Tandoori

The dish is simply mushroom in bharwa form with a tandoor touch. The yummy delight is a tandoori peshkash. The tandoor is simply a beehive-shaped (open from above) clay oven (clay makes it good and reliable), traditionally fired by charcoal cooks prefer other fuel also). The food cooked in the beehive-shaped tandoor acquires an amazing and unique taste vastly different in flavor and in aroma when compared to the food which is cooked on an open fire. The tandoor cooked food is low in calories (best for diet planners) and easily digestible.   

Address of Restaurant: 28, Centenary Building, MG Road, Bangalore

Bharwa-Mushroom-Tandoori

12 Qaliyon Ka Chaman At “Ebony”

The dish is simply cottage cheese in a spinach and mixed greens sauce. Cottage cheese cubes tossed along with the freshness of spinach and other greens and the bite of Kashmiri ‘vari’ masala. The dish is very well served with malai dar dal makhani, cocktail breads, pulao and accompaniments.

Address of the Restaurant:13th Floor, Barton Center, 84 M.G.Road, Bangalore

Qaliyon-Ka-Chaman

13 Aloo Moti Tikki

The dish is simply fried mashed potato galettes stuffed with cottage cheese and dried pomegranate. It is very well served with homemade tomato chutney.   

Address of Restaurant: 86, Oak Shot Place, Near Barton Center, MG Road, Bangalore

Aloo-Moti-Tikki

14 Mrs Palekar’s ‘CKP’ Chicken Curry

The CKPs, Chandraseniya Kayastha Prabhus of Maharashtra live and breathe good food. Their cuisine celebrates all that is best from their adopted land of coastal Maharashtra. The dish is simply chicken cooked with cashew nuts in a green masala curry and served with ghee phulkas and pulao.

Address of the Restaurant:13th Floor, Barton Center, 84 M.G.Road, Bangalore

Mrs-Palekars-CKP-Chicken-Curry

15 Gosht Siyali Kali Mirch

Housewives in Sialkot, Pakistani, take fierce pride in preparing their own versions of this dish of lamb cooked in sealed clay posts with lashings of freshly ground peppercorn.  

Address of Restaurant: 13th Floor, Barton Center, 84 M.G.Road, MG Road, Bangalore

Gosht-Siyali-Kali-Mirch

16 Ebony’s Massaman Curry

Literally translated it means ‘the Muslim curry’. This curry is richer and more aromatic than regular South Asian curries. Their Massaman curry is served with Malayi ‘rotis’, steamed rice and pickled vegetables in a choice of pumpkin, potato, lamb and haricot beans.

Address of Restaurant: 13th Floor, Barton Center, 84 M.G.Road, MG Road, Bangalore

Ebonys-Massaman-Curry

17 Ebony’s Paneer Tikka Masala

The dish is simply paneer tikkas in a creamy tomato gravy paneer. Tandoor grilled in a tikka masala and finished with silky tomato gravy. The dish is very well served with malai dar dal makhani, cocktail breads, pulao and accompaniments.

Address of Restaurant: 13th Floor, Barton Center, 84 M.G.Road, MG Road, Bangalore

Ebonys-Paneer-Tikka-Masala

18 Ayutthaya Sour Lime Curry

This Southern Thai curry is unique as it does not use coconut milk and is far more aromatic than it is spicy. The dish is served with steamed rice, cauliflower, runner beans and radish, fish.

Address of Restaurant: 13th Floor, Barton Center, 84 MG Road, Bangalore   

Ayutthaya-Sour-Lime-Curry

19 Pho

Pronounced as ‘fuh’ is the Vietnamese national dish (yes here you are having a royal one); an aromatic delicious and nutritious rice noodle soup (it is a soup, so by default it is healthy) served with a side plate of fresh herbs (another healthy touch) to add as you please. In this yummy soup, the addition of table condiments and these herbs is a very essential part of eating pho and also it adds another dimension to the dish. The chili paste is added for a kick, the garlic vinegar is added for sourness and the fish sauce is always added for some extra saltiness. Pho is brimming with lean meals and fresh ingredients. In fact, it is the perfect comfort food or pick me up! No wonder we think it is the best noodle soup in the world.

Address of Restaurant: 84, 13th Floor, Barton Center, MG Road, Bangalore

Pho

20 Malacca curry with roti jala

Roti jala, which simply means net bread and this dish, is a Ramzan favorite in Malaysia. These crispy (amazingly crispy, special for crisp lovers) lacy crepes are best eaten with an aromatic and spicy curry.

Address of Restaurant: 84, 13th Floor, Barton Center, MG Road, Bangalore

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