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The menu at Ministry of Food is extensive, and to truly experience a meal here, you have to follow a certain pattern. For instance, begin with the gyoza, a Japanese dumpling served with miso soup. The flavours are subtle so you can’t have it second. Next, try the mozzarella and tomato salad (it is practically a caprese) that has a wonderful tartness to it. For main course, the prawn tortellini was just perfect. But if you want something with more body, try the alleppy prawn curry with rice. From 3 pm to 7 pm, the restaurant serves quick bites such as kathi rolls, burgers and sandwiches etc., just in case you missed lunch.
As it is mostly all-day dining restaurants fails to surprise us by becoming monotonous with their style and menu. Their interiors are, as a rule, elegant and well-designed but doesn?t stir our interest. They all look a certain way, some more glamourous then the other, but similar when it comes to their appearance. Not many restaurants try to break their self-designed mould yet there are few that has experimented with their look and by doing that have popped up on our radar. Hilton Bangalore Embassy GolfLinks is home to a visually stunning restaurant ?Ministry of Food?, a fancy fine dining place that prides itself on its smashing d‚cor plus extraordinary menu. This all-day dining restaurant is luxury at its best and doesn?t shy away from experimenting, which makes it one of the best places to dine in Bengaluru.
If you want to wine and dine an important client then take him to Ministry of Food. The ambience alone will take his breath away. The menu of Ministry of Food is quite extensive and covers a lot of base. A true gourmet will have a gala time wading through several global cuisines, from Asian to Italian to European to Indian. The place is expensive to dine at, keep that in mind. After picking your choice of drink marry it with some appetizers like, vegetable tempura, tandoori chicken, broccoli siew mai, Andhra mahi tikka, kothe and zaituni paneer tikka. Mains course is much more extensive and features, spiced prawn & garlic tortellini, Cajun spiced chicken, pistachio crusted New Zealand lamb chops, forest mushroom risotto, gobhi methi mutter masala, Thai curry, linguine al ragu, four seasons pizza and lobster thermidor.
Kids get their own special menu titled under fun creative names. Don?t walk away without trying out their desserts. Some are really interesting like beetroot payasam. Some conventional desserts are on the menu too such as, gulab jamun, tiramisu, cheesecake, ice creams, chocolate bomb and moulds & rinds. On Wednesdays Ministry of Food puts out street food from different parts of the world. Do check it out. Now coming to the d‚cor, Ministry of Food is a visually striking place made all the more so by use of sharp contrasting colours. Dark charcoal coloured room is enlivened by bright coloured furniture giving the room a modern eye-catching look. The interiors are elegant, stylish and contemporary.