Gulping and Grooving

3 G’s Gulp & Groove

What to look out for –
Open space seating

Phone numbers –
91 8073464389

Cost –
₹1000 for two

Address
343, 8th A Main Road, Milk Colony, Subramanyanagar, 17th Cross, Malleshwaram, Bengaluru

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Located at a prime vicinity, 3G’s attracts a lot of young crowd. We opted for this place as it had an outdoor seating on the third floor. There was valet parking, which is such a relief. The ambience is sort of comfy, but can be improved. We sat outdoors initially, but as it was a smoking zone, we were choked and had to move indoors.

The service is swift and friendly. Portions can be increased a bit. We had ordered a manchow soup which was spicy and hot. We like it. Then there was paneer kebab. It was the best among the things we ordered. The paneer was soft and had soaked well in the masalas. Then came the peri peri chicken which was good too.

Frankly speaking, I had no issues with the food. But, I do feel that the ambience can be a bit lively. I give this place 3 out of 5 stars.

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The London Curries

The London Curry House

What to look out for –
Good Vegetarian Food, Nice Plating

Phone numbers –
080 22209090

Cost –
₹1200 for two

Address
The Royal Senate hotel, 19/2, Kumara Krupa Road, Off Race Course Road, Bengaluru

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It was a special day. We were officially adding someone to our family. Our crazy family! So, we wanted a special place. Was intending to go to this place since long. And it was my birthday too!!! So, we finally were at The London Curry House. They do not book tables in advance, so had to be there early and wait outside till they opened.

The place has a very welcoming ambience. Lots of greenery, wood and coziness. The staff were very friendly and helped us choose our drinks as well as food. We ordered some mocktails and the menu called them as toddlers. Well, so much for following a healthy life. There was a strawberry refresher, videshi shooter and a maza ma life (of course the last one was mine).

Then for starters we ordered paneer chilly dry, the perfect veg seekh kebab and tandoori mushrooms with rocket leaves. The place is well known to have given the Indian food a facelift. Each one of the starters tasted good and came in unique plating that I loved. Too bad it was dark and no bright lighting to get good pictures.

For main course we ordered assorted breads with Birmingham balti sabzi. The main course was yumm too. The curry was spicy enough to hold against the soft breads.

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And finally the dessert. A kulfi falooda, an Oreo brownie avalanche and a fried ice cream. All the desserts were too good. We loved all the food and the overall experience. Will certainly be going back to try out other crazy stuff on the menu. Will give this place a 4 out of 5 stars.