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Tucked away in the food court amidst all the corporate offices at RMZ Ecospace, Chef’s Gallery can get extremely crowded on weekdays. The buffet spread offers a standard buffet spread but perhaps with more options for main course than appetizers. Fortunately for vegetarians, there is enough to pick from. The buffet usually has a soup that comes to the tables, as do the breads to go with your curries. From the salad section, the Indian chaats might be a better choice. For main course, they serve pasta too, but I would recommend going for the biryani, or even something from the Chinese section.
This place is inside RMZ ECOPSACE and save lot of travel time for lunch to people working in ECOSPACE, Menu is not very long but wide enough for lunch on working day. Food preparations good and value for money , as they gave us some discount also. Limited desserts but again , it's for working people on working days. Moon daal halwas must be tasted. Kheer also good with very light Sugar.
Good place for people working in Eco space. You can walk down to this place... Buffet lunch is value for money. Food menu is good.
Located in a food court, I came here with a group of 10 work colleagues. The host needed to let a table clear out before seating. Buffet style self service had a nice variety with Indian/Asian flair. Wait staff was attentive and service staff kept the food troughs full. You'll find something here you'll like for a reasonable price. If you go back to work hungry, it's you own fault.
We went there for a office internal party and it was just ok. i saw clients their of other companies and thought that this must be a great place, but its not. The place and ambience is still ok but the variety and quality is just ok. The spread is less and they have few outlines among the spread. very less options for non veg and who serves a chicken started dish like chilly chicken with bones. There are few thing the management should take care and improve. fortunately or unfortunately this is the only buffet in ecospace.
The spread offered against the price is ok, but the taste and kind of food like with bone non veg starter was something not expected. This place is good for budget parties but not worth coming with clients. Lot more can be improved in terms of spread selection and quality of food.
Dining out in Bengaluru is an overwhelming experience as one is bombarded with so much variety and excellent cuisines to choose from. The city is just bursting with culinary joy in forms of several fantastic restaurants and pubs, each one different than the other and superb in its own right. For corporates dining out can become something of a bother, as it can be wallet-breaking but there are some really great places that maintains the quality yet giving their patrons pocket-friendly menus. One such example is in Bellandur, located in a node of offices and a blessing for the office goers during lunch time. ‘Chef’s Gallery’ is perched on the 1st floor of RMZ Ecospace at Outer Ring Road and is quite accessible for those coming from neighbouring offices. It’s a good place to grab hearty meal in between your office hours.
Chef’s Gallery is lucky enough to enjoy a steady clientele, whose most credit goes to the restaurant’s wonderful menu. It is diverse enough to satisfy Chef’s Gallery’s varied patrons and offer them a multi-cuisine menu featuring Chinese to Italian to North Indian. They keep them happy with a full stock of wines and beers to go with their meal. Begin your meal with some of their delectable appetizers such as, spicy chicken finger, reshmi paneer tikka, Hawaiian chicken salad, fish tikka, Mexican beans nachos, spicy chicken winglets, gosht wale tikki, tandoori gobi or broccoli and nelson’s fish & chips. Move to the next course with, chicken sausage sizzler, kadai paneer chatpata, Thai red curry, alfredo pasta, the swiss cheese sandwich, machili ka salan and mutton chops on sizzler.
Pamper your sweet buds with the desserts. Make do with flame gulab jamun, gajar ka halwa or ice creams. If there is caramel custard on the menu – try it. Chef’s Gallery is a place designed for large groups of diners. What takes the long wide room to another level is that it’s flanked entirely on one side by floor to ceiling glass plate windows, overlooking the green expanse of Bengaluru city. It floods the room with an abundance of sunlight, making it seem more airy and spacious. Décor is tasteful and done entirely in white. The only source of colour is added by brown chairs flanking the formal dining tables. The best thing about Chef’s Gallery is that it’s completely affordable.