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Located in Sadashiv Nagar, Bengaluru, Barbecued - By The Orchard is a casual dining restaurant that offers a vegetarian buffet selection comprising a drink, soups, starters, mains and sweets. The interiors are comfortable and airy; has a congenial seating arrangement, also, has a rooftop seating area for a dinner. They do not have many choices for soups and mains, but the taste is decent enough to overlook the lack of variety. They also serve Jain preparations of the same, ask the server associate for options available.
For diners with big appetites, usually the buffet restaurants are the best way to go as they provide an extensive selection of food to pick from as well as a more prompt service. Large groups, families and corporate teams are often seen dining at these sort of restaurants, which makes them a node of hub-a-dub. Bengaluru being an IT core has many buffet restaurants as part of it’s culinary landscape, where most diners head to for a lavish affordable meal. A name whose reputation precedes it is ‘Barbecued – By The Orchard’. The restaurant is a long-standing favourite of the natives and is constantly associated with Jain community due to lack of meat on the menu. It’s location on 3rd Floor, Above Induslnd Bank, Sadashiv Nagar, is a sought after one.
Two things gives distinction to Barbecued – By The Orchard in a sea of buffet restaurants in the city, first, the generous buffets and second, a purely vegetarian menu, which appeals to the swiftly growing community of vegans, vegetarians and Jain. Menu is entirely vegetarian but somehow little global element steals into it, diversifying the menu from your usual staid options. Beat the heat with an invigorating litchi blue cooler before tackling the first course. Each table is fitted with a live grill carrying semi-cooked starters for you to enjoy. Tuck into, mustard mushroom, raw banana kabab, lemon grass baby potato, dahi bhalla chaat and habanero paneer tikka. Chase the appetizers with a selection of mains such as, aloo siya mirch, paneer phool makhana, dal lucknowi, kadai veg and so much more.
Dessert section is way more extensive than you think. You will be coddled with a plethora of desserts like, Chena toast, rasmalai, jalebi, malpua, sabudana kheer, kala jamun, fruit custard and gajar halwa. For a fixed price, you are encouraged to eat as much as you want. Log into their Wi-Fi for free streaming while you enjoy your meal. To infuse homely feel they have skipped formal setting for a more casual one with white exposed brick walls, bright murals and industrial finishes. Sometimes it seems as if you’re dining in somebody’s beloved dining room than a conventional fine dining room and by some means, it works. Mood is lively and casual here.