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Tucked away on Ulsoor Road, Benjarong is located on the second floor of the building that houses Ente Keralam. The place is pleasantly quiet, one that encourages conversation over lilting music and comfortable seating. Benjarong, which is known for its Asian and primarily Thai food, means 'five colours' that represent the five senses of the human body, one morsel at a time. And the place does leave a lasting impression on your mind, with its delicate and lingering flavours. While here, try the raw papaya or the raw mango salad, the chicken satay, pandanus chicken, baby corn tartlets, Thai green curry, phad Thai and glass noodles, or the jasmine rice with yellow curry. Do not forget to leave space for dessert, as the water chestnuts in coconut milk is an absolute must.
The experience was not great. We paid 500 odd something to just half-fill our stomachs.the quantity is less and food is bland
This was our second visit after 6 long years, for a celebration dinner. We were impressed the first time, but this time I was a bit disappointed. The ambience is lovely, and definitely reminds one of Thailand. Service is fairly quick. There was a Vietnamese food festival going on but the options were mostly non-vegetarian, not suitable for us. So we ordered from the regular Thai menu. The clear soup and coconut milk based soup were both delicious. We ordered a few different starters and liked them all but for two of them which were high on salt due to the excessive soya sauce. The green curry with rice was good, so were the two kinds of noodles. The raw papaya salad was refreshing and the spice level was customised to suit our palates. We had a few different kinds of desserts too, but what stood out amongst them were the fried Icecream, water chestnut dessert and the tender coconut and pumpkin custard. Our bill included stir fried vegetables which was not served, and this was deleted after the staff checked and confirmed it was wrongly billed. Overall, food more than compensated for all inadequacies so I’m sure we will visit again.
Needed to try Thai food in Bengaluru and there's no better outlet than Benjarong. Went with some Thai friends who have been away from home for 2 weeks and tried this outlet. Clean, efficient service and friendly waiters. Taste is good and close to authentic Thai food... green curry prawns is commendable, pandan leave chicken is OK, mixed seafood satay can try... but try not to order the somtam (papaya salad) unless... Luckily we have enough Rupees to settle our bill as our credit cards, overseas, cannot be used at this outlet.
Have been here many many times and had wonderful food, but on the last occasion it was dreadful starting with the service, followed by the lack of available wines despite having a wine list and finally the quality of food some of which was actually inedible. What a shame that what was such a good Thai restaurant has b3come so bad. Would not recommend to anyon3 and I certainly won5 be returning.
We went on an impulse as the place was quite close to our hotel. Ordered steamed jasmine rice with red curry prawns and stir fried shredded beef. The red curry was good with the prawns been quite fresh. The stir fry was different to a normal this stir fry preparation with some key ingredients missing. However, all in all a good meal indeed.