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Like most multicuisine restaurants in the city, Banjara Melting Pot loves its Chinese and Indian menus – as do a lot of Bengalureans. After all, how could the combination of sour and pepper soup, along with Hara Sabz ke Kabab not sound exciting? In all fairness, the Indian food here is pretty decent. Dishes such as the chicken or prawn ghee roast with neer dosa, Bukhara kofta curry, diwani handi, etc are good enough for a table of Indian food lovers. Non-vegetarians can have a field day here; there is way more meat on the menu than vegetarian food.
The very good idea of turning the house of M fF Hussain into a fine dine restaurant. Very good and creative ambience with his paintings. Good food with quick service. A must visit if you are in this area of Bangalore.
The fish items are not good quality . Even though dishes are high priced they should have matched the taste and quality , but totally terrible . Variety menu of dishes at disposal but all are average in taste . No dishes have bangara signature taste . Not recommended for family lunch / dinner .
This place is extremely expensive for the quality and experience it provides. Ambience is OK. Food does not taste good. Service is good. Value for money is very poor.
Banjara melting pot at Koramangala is located in the Late Artist MF Hussain's Residence. Courteous Service staff, with eye for detail & superb lipsmacking food. The experience was worth for the money spent. They also have buffet for lunch which is pocket friendly & offers a VFM spread.
I selected this restaurant after reviewing peoples feed back and I went there with my daughter. We first ordered for Angal fry and Basa curry along with neer dosa. The waiter came back to told us that they have run out of Angal fish and he was trying to promote very expensive pomfret fry. The taste of fish curry spices was substandard and the spices were not balanced. Definitely fish curry did not taste like Mangalorian fish curry and was expensive. My question is how did this restaurant received such a good rating ? look like this was a botched up ratings to fool people. As they say "You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time." I will never come back or encourage any one to try this place.
You can’t go wrong with a multi-cuisine restaurant. A diner has much more control over the menu and can have a gala time hand-picking the dishes for the evening out of all the variety on offer. These kind of places are best for those choosy ones, who can’t seem to decide on which way to go in terms of cuisine. They have at their fingertips an extensive variety of dishes ranging over multiple cuisines. Out of all the multi-cuisine restaurants in Bengaluru city, ‘Banjara Melting Pot’ walks away with accolades most of the time and is most frequently chosen place to dine with the families. This popular fine dining restaurant is located on 80 Feet Road in Koramangala 4th Block, under a charming villa-like façade that attracts and holds you attention instantly.
The menu offered by Banjara Melting Pot is a varied one, stretching into North Indian and Chinese cuisine, with a heavy indulgence paid to seafood. Their buffets are legendary for being generous and economical. Usually Banjara Melting Pot comes across as a little expensive but more than makes up for it through its lovely décor and extensive menu. Browse through the menu sitting in their air-conditioned dining space and begin by ordering yourself a favoured drink from their bar menu. Combine with it, dragon roll, chicken ghee roast, stir-fried chilly squid, prawns dim sum, tandoori surmai tikka, clams in butter garlic, fish tawa fry, prawns in chilly basil, bondas masala fry, calamari salad and exotic stir-fry vegetables. Second course looks like this, chicken & mushroom in oyster sauce, paneer kofta hara masala, Mangalorean prawns curry, surmai rava fry, clams chilly fry, dum aloo amritsari, dal palak gosht and lamb in burnt chilly sauce.
Pair a spicy Malaysian noodles or seafood dum biryani with the curries to get the maximum pleasure. In the end finish with a jal jeera or chocolate brownie sundae with nuts before heading home. You can even enjoy the pleasures of Banjara Melting Pot sitting in the comforts of your home by taking advantage of their home-delivery system. Inside, the restaurant is dimly lit and furnished in a classy yet tasteful way. Interiors look welcoming due to their earthy colour scheme that is uplifted by clever mood lighting. Dining style is formal, refined and elegant. It’s an ideal place for chirpy families so skip Banjara Melting Pot if you want something quiet.