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If you want a quick bite to eat but do not want to head to a fancy place, then Barley and Grapes ticks all the right boxes. They serve good draught beer which is a plus, some wines and wine cocktails, all of which give you a nice respite. You can make a start with the 'Henry’s Chicken' and some 'BnG Chicken Seekh Kebab', both of which are done quite nicely. The 'Grilled Chicken Salad', The 'Tossed Salad with Kalamata Olives' and even 'Caesar on a Diet' are good salad options. Jump straight into the main courses, which are in general complete meals on a plate. The 'Penne Pasta' in a creamy pesto sauce with chicken, a 'Spaghetti Bolognese', some 'Grilled Basil Chicken with Herbed Rice', 'Mustard Fish with Mashed Potatoes' as well as 'Mushroom Lasagne' with a mixed sauce. All of these good for a quick meal at the mall. There are also burgers – the 'Big Bang Lamb Burger' would be one I would recommend. There are also the hand-tossed pizzas that you can try. For dessert, end with some 'Mango Cheesecake' or the 'Crème Caramel with Orange Chantilly'. They serve wine and beer.
Diners surviving on limited budget at end of the month often prowl for pocket-friendly places. However, they are not as easy to find as you think. To make your search easier, we have bought a great dining option for you that is not only high on flavour but is quite affordable as well. Whenever you are in a dilemma to score a good reasonable place then put down ‘Barley & Grapes Café’ as your destination. It can be a wonderful hangout for youths and even small group of friends looking for a good time. You will find the café located at 60Ft Road, Byatarayanapura, Sahakara Nagar in North Bengaluru, propelling it in accessible range for the locals. Barley & Grapes Café is a nice pit stop on the way home.
As the name hints, Barley & Grapes Café offers a selective beer and wine bar menu and is one of the few places in the city to pour out wines for moderate prices. If a tangy Corona doesn’t satiate your thirst then pick a yummy wine mixes. The café offers house wines by the glass for really low prices. Non-drinkers can totally go for their popular ‘jalapeno lime cooler’, a refreshing concoction with a hint of chilli. Toss a few appetizers from the café’s European menu to pair your drinks. Our vote goes to, vegetable quesadilla, basil pesto fish, marley on a diet, beer batter fish fingers, fiery cheese pops, spicy chicken crostini and prawn peri-peri. Jump to the mains with, pepperoni pizza, big bang lamb burger, mushroom lasagna mix sauce, Cajun chicken, Marvin’s lamb stew with olives & capers and fish on a vespa.
Treat your sweet tooth next with an assortment of desserts handpicked from Barley & Grapes Café’s final page such as, fried ice cream, chocolate cheesecake, crème caramel, mango cheesecake, fresh fruit salad with ice cream, warm chocolate brownie with vanilla and crazies. Keeping the young clientele in mind, the café chooses a casual earthy décor with liberal use of pale wood finishes. Potted plants against the wood brings a natural feel to the place, which we adore. What seems like an airy, eco-friendly space during the day morphs into a cozy ambient lounge in the evening. Use of bamboo, matted screens, rope lamps, glass ceiling, further lends unique design elements.