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Lazy Suzy has for its mascot, a nice, overfed happy cat, lolling around after a good meal. Cat lovers ourselves, this for us, was a good omen on the food to come. We started with the salads and the 'Red Wine Soaked Pear, Melon, Haricot Bean, Fennel and Greek Feta with a Verjuice Vinaigrette and Toasted Almonds' is a great beginning to make. Suzy’s 'Tuna Nicoise Salad' has just the right amount of tanginess from the brine, soft boiled eggs, which are done right, and all the other trappings needed to make it a good salad. Pairing it with a 'Mushroom and Thyme Soup' would be my idea of a good meal. The restaurant does a nice breakfast menu with runs for most of the day – the signature pancakes and French toast, along with eggs made in a few ways are a great way to brunch on any day. The artisanal sandwiches and gourmet burgers offer quite a selection for those inclined that way – the 'Moroccan Spiced Chicken Croissantwich', the 'Turkish Chicken Wrap', 'The Gruyere cheese, tomato, iceberg Croissantwich' and 'Herb Rubbed Grilled Vegetables on Focaccia' make for a great meal. The pizzas are made of sourdough here, giving them an advantage over all the regular ones available out there. The Chicken, Scamorza and Olive and the Genovese for the vegetarians are lovely choices. The pastas are good, I personally would go with th 'Aglio Olio Pepperoncino'. And, for those of you who like your risottos – the 'Bacon Chilly Flake and Sage' is a good one, albeit a bit spicier than it should be. Lazy Suzy is well known for its desserts and pastries – the 'Granny Smith Apple Pie' does not scrimp on the apples, the 'Crème Brulee Classic', as well as the 'Vanilla Bean Panacotta' are good ways to end. The 'Cookies and Cream Shake' is like a dessert in a glass.
When u r paying 450 odd bucks for a burger and 350 for a spoonful of dessert, u do expect something exceptional. It wasn't like that
It's been long since I wanted to try out this place as would see it every time I went to indiranagar. Had also heard from a friend that the food is great. Had finished my dinner so just stopped to peep in for a dessert & with the display out there ended up having two along with a mocca coffee. The coffee presentation was awesome but could do with an improvement of being more hot for sure. The blueberry yogurt was nice and light and the macron served with melted chocolate inside. The desserts on display looked yum. They also sell assorted breads. Checked out their menu which I must say looked interesting so will definitely try out next time. This is definitely a place to go to when you want to quietly chat with a friend with light music playing in the background. The place would easily fit in as an eatery in a small suburb town in the outskirt of some European city.
With the current trend of millennials looking forward to spend evenings catching up with friends for drinks and making do, with sub standard food, this place is a trend setter for food standards. Tasteful and intelligent decor to begin with. The combination of yellows and blues have been brushed eccentrically. The entry door itself is work of art. The sections layed out are scattered across the restaurant. We did venture the top floor and finally fancied a seat downstairs cuz the manager had reserved some seats due to the elections. Sounded genuine and profusely apologized for not being able to accommodate. The F&B associate who jotted down our order had a pleasant demeanor and promptly set us up with water, glasses and cutleries. This was just the beginning... We ordered the Penne Carbonara and the Spaghetti Chicken jus and Mushroom. The food is simply OUT OF THE WORLD. Chefs, allow me to whole-heartedly congratulate you on the fantabulous efforts. Absolutely delightful in terms of presentation and taste, alike. The garlic bread served, as a condiment, in itself was one of the best I have had in recent times. If I may, your fine balance of competitive pricing, genuine F&B associates and such skilled chefs are an absolute recipe of success, going forward. We stayed back after the meal for an hour and not for a moment were we made to feel rushed due to the 2230hrs closing time. While we were leaving I humbly requested one of the associates to click a picture for us and he immediately (patting his hands dry on some tissues) left the table he was clearing and came up to us smiling and clicked a pic for us. While the decor and the food are the skeleton of any successful restaurant, if your team member cleaning the table is genuine, happy and eager to assist, it feistily indicates you are taking care of your team, motivating and training them right. Once again, congratulations on putting up a phenomenal experience. We are humbled and look forward to support by ensuring we suggest this place to all friends and family. Wish you the very best! Onwards and upwards... Sambit Asst. Front Office Manager Conrad Bengaluru
As have been mentioned by other reviewers - it is truly cozy! Opens around 11 am but when we went - the door was shut - even then no sign to say it is open, we had check it a couple of times to figure out. They do need to fix this! It did open lazily another 10 mins later. As it were there for a semi-formal meeting - that was a bit annoying. Once inside, it was bright and airy. I liked the interiors - not flashy! The food options were very good both for regular and vegan options.
Went there for brunch with a bunch of friends. The place as a whole is bright and airy. The interiors are minimal but nice. It's a cute bungalow with bursts of yellow and pops of blue here and there. At first, it seemed small but it is much bigger than it seems to be from the outside. Especially upstairs, where there is quite a bit of open seating space. There is a semi private section that can accommodate a group of 8-9 people. this section where we sat at had quite a nice bit of tree cover which I especially liked! The food was really nice. We ordered a Margarita pizza (which was served a wee bit cold), a Turkish chicken wrap, an arabiatta veg pasta, a bacon carbonara, a Thai chilli basil chicken lasagna (read yum!) and some virgin mojitos to wash it down with. The food was quite nice. The lasagne was especially yum. Though in the arabiatta pasta, it was just pasta in a sauce. Didn't see any vegetables in it (I could be wrong about a veg pasta having no vegetable in it at all!). Service was fairly okay. Overall, the food is good and the experience was nice!