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Some might find this place too small, but the intimate setting of Caperberry does add charm to the place. The menu too is interesting – mostly familiar flavours, spiked with a few tweaks here and there, not to mention the touches of molecular gastronomy the restaurant is famous for. The Imitation Carpaccio is a fine example of it. Compressed watermelon, mint caviar, balsamic jelly, parmesan, arugula, and micro greens do make the dish quite a salad! For main course, try the potato scale John Dory (from the seafood section) or the chicken butter bombs served with saffron risotto. For dessert, try their rendition of churros.
This is concept restaurant “molecular gastronomy”. Small place but excellent ambience. Very cosy and unique. Good place for special occasions. Food is very rich, testy and presented in master chef style. It’s expensive, for two it would cost 3 to 4K.
How often we go to a restaurant and get blown away by the food? And how often does that happen again, when you revisit the place? And the same with every visit? That's Caperberry to me... Small dining room, tucked in corner of the UB City, giving you one of the best gourmet dinning experience is heartwarming. Please remember this is the place for molecular gastronomy and not your regular run of the mill restaurant. Be open to try out new thing and you won't be disappointed. I must recommend their Testing Menu, which is comprised of the best of Caperberry. The best part is that I being vegetarian too had so many options! I would strongly recommend this place to any gourmet food lovers.
Based on the Zomato reviews and rating, I visited Caperberry about couple of months ago. Service was good and considering that it's inside UB City parking wasn't an issue. Restaurant itself was very small and cozy with limited seating. I would recommend anyone planning to visit to make reservations upfront. We tried Risotto and felt it could have been better as it had little too many vegetable pieces in it. We also ordered Prawn Al Ajito and it was yum but nothing to write home about. My niece wanted to order pasta and they were kind enough to oblige and arrange for it from Fava below. It's on the expensive side and I guess it's worth a try at least once. I'd go back again if opportunity presents and will try different dishes next time.
I booked a table for two to celebrate my husband's birthday. I requested for some table decorations, to make it look unique. However when i went over - the table was just like any other table in the restaurant - nothing special. Was a bit disappointed by that; but did not want to ruin the mood - so just played along. They offered complimentary birthday cake though (dark chocolate cake very yummy) The ambiance was pretty Mediterranean - blue-green walls, with white linings and lot of paintings on the walls. Jazz music playing in the background. We went on a weekday - so was pretty empty (good for us). For me the interiors was neutral. The approach to the restaurant (steps up from Fava) was all jazzy with mirrors and great lighting. Food was pretty good - we only tried vegetarian dishes. Please note that in India eggs are not considered vegetarian - if the dish has egg - they are categorized as non vegetarian. However in this restaurant - they mark egg based dishes as vegetarian. Do check with the waiter if you are specific. That means our veggie choices were further narrowed since ravioli and couple other dishes had egg. The menu needs to clearly mention this to avoid misleading and hurting people's sentiments inadvertently. For international customers - probably this would not be an issue as outside India egg is considered as vegetarian. We like all the food except the Spanish Paella - i did not like it at all. Tiramisu (live) is heavenly - do not miss this. Service is exemplary. The waiters knew what they were serving and had knowledge of ingredients in the dish. One advise though, the hotel stall should not make/receive calls in the presence of customers especially when those calls are argumentative in nature. Price - obviously pricey - it is in UB city ; fancy fine dining restaurant. Go for it only if you like this kind of food or are very experimental. (Note: Some of the reviews here mention that you get food like pita, hummus etc...it is not available in Caperberry - it is available in Fava which is a sister concern. The entrance to Caperberry is through Fava restaurant so i guess people are confused)
Been to this place for a quick time with my brother . Place looked very innovative e.g. Ice cream was being made live with nitrogen and you could feel and experience it. We had the chocolate ice cream which turned out very creamy and tasty. Also they have live herbs which they make into dishes especially salads infront of u. While tastes are raw and some might not like but it's a good try for health freaks. We also had the chia and grape pannacotta which was a sugar less desert. Turned out very awesome light and smooth . Loved the experience . They also have variety of snacks and salads. Also they service continental main course dishes. It has both open roof options as well as ac hall. We sat outside and enjoyed the typical lively UB city atmosphere. As expected in UB city it was a touch heavy in the pocket . PLEASE CLICK HELPFUL BUTTON if my review was helpful .
European food gains one more fan in us after it reached the gastronomically-advanced lanes of Bengaluru in a completely new avatar. Transformed by the visionary crop of chefs, European food has moved beyond the conventional boundaries and stepped into the future with modern techniques and molecular gastronomy. Owing European food this stunning transformation is a favourite of Bengaluru gourmets ‘Caperberry’. Perched on the second floor of luxurious UB City on Lavelle Road, Caperberry is one of those places that exudes culture and elegance. Similarly to its refined location, the restaurant too includes the luxury in its décor. It’s a great place to take a fellow foodie along or a loved one. Brunch-loving ladies waltz down making brunch their most popular time. You can never go wrong with Caperberry.
Modern European food has found a new address at Caperberry. Its menu not only delves into the contemporary side of European food, it also serves amazing Spanish, Italian and Mediterranean cuisines in molecular avatar. The few modern tweaks they have put on their dishes goes a long way into popularizing Caperberry. Even the cocktails flaunts the molecular touch through the use of liquid nitrogen, a must try. Tasting menus are a great way of experiencing the menu. Start by nibbling on, smoked yellow bell pepper espuma, grilled string chorizo, baby root vegetable carpaccio, deconstructed mini lamb fideua, spiced tomato & crabmeat soup, baked asparagus & leek filo parcel, prawn al ajillo and Caperberry style patata bravas. Dig deeper into the menu with, truffle scented stuffed chicken breast, meat paella, four mushrooms four ways, romesco powder crusted John Dory, mango duck and smoked Belgian pork belly & spare ribs.
Finish this glorious meal with a coffee and dessert. Try their modern renditions of desserts, each one better than the other. Take your fill of, churros moderne, candied black olives gateau, new age tiramisu, green apple mousse, imitation mushroom garden, mango entremet and dark chocolate & hazelnut decadence. Climb the grand chandelier-strewn staircase and step into a tastefully decorated room that has a distinct impression of vintage meets Europe. The look is classy, subtle and soothing. This place is like a slice of designer heaven meant for foodies. Caperberry is the place to dine if you don’t mind the monetary pinch in return of an exquisitely decorated space plus Modern European spread to die for.