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This is the Taj Hotel and you are bound to be in a space that is well designed and allows you to sit back and enjoy a meal. Of course, this restaurant also makes those lunch meeting meals an absolute pleasure too. If you are not going to the buffet way, then À la carte menu has quite a few interesting options for you to choose from. For someone like me how does not like karela, the Dhage Wale Karela is a surprise package. For a heavy starter, the Mewe Mawe ki Kakori is a good bet. The Amritsari fish tikka, which was thankfully not basa, and the Beera Da Murgh Tikka were well enjoyed considering the clean platters that they went back on. The Kesarwali Lassi is quite the heavy deal and the Thandai is just what you need when Bangalore’s dry heat kicks in. The desserts offer some of the classic indulgent sweets, the Kulfi being a personal favourite and done really well here.
If looking for fantastic punjabi food in north bengaluru taj Yeshwantpur has this restaurant. Namma Metro station goreguntepalya is just outside the hotel. Great service too.
“Good food ends with a good talk”-Geoffrey Neighor Paranda is one of the five eateries serving inside of the Taj Yeshvanthpur. North Indian cuisine they offer is sure to raise the bar high for the competitors. Being a foodie exposed to North Indian food, we can certainly claim the Indian Bread and Dal Paranda we had there were the best we had in our lifetime. We had the following there: Palak Dahi Kebab: The appetizer as the name suggests was a spinach based dish with a low taste performance however the uniqueness of the dish raised an eyebrow. Tawa Ajwaini Paneer: The softest of the panner appetizer we had in a while now! The perfectly fried and seasoned panner platter was quick to register as a much have in our minds. Aam aur Kacche Kale ka Chapp: Let us just say that there is a room for improvement in the dish as the taste of the dish and idea of ingredients didn’t glow as it was expected to! Moreover, the authentic chapp taste also was missing. Panner Butter Masala: The main course took us by surprise with their out of the world performance on taste and authenticity. Panner butter masala is one of the few platters that every foodie irrespective of their orientation finds satisfaction in. The Panner butter masala we had in here was perfectly balanced. Dal Paranda: They simmer the Dal on a clay pot overnight to magnify the taste. Trust us one this the Dal Paranda is the best Dal on their menu. The Dal is decorated with cream which balances the taste on all fronts. Roti: Usually rotis are taken granted for in most of the luxury restaurants, however, in Paranda they are cooked with extra attention. The softest roti has only one address, the Paranda. Prepared in authentic tandoor the roti turned solid to liquid on one bite. Nan fans please place your favoritism aside and please opt for rotis only here. We are sure that you would be amazed. Pista Kulfi: Four sliced kulfi pieces had nothing extraordinary to it although we enjoyed the originality to it! Gajar ka Halwa: Garnished with almonds gave it an exquisite look, the dessert was optimum sweet. Butterscotch Scope: The scope was smooth and had a good presentation. Ambiance: 3.5 Staff Service: 5.0 Pocket Friendliness: 3.5 Food: 4.0 Verdict: Paranda is a must visit North Indian restaurant which is holding their roots firmly. The chefs know the authenticity of north Indian cuisine here. Paranda is one of the few north Indian restaurants looking out and keeping an eye on details. The experience was famishing and we look forward to enjoying the hospitality again to indulge our taste buds in different dishes.
Throughly enjoyed ourselves for a late night dinner here. The kebabs and tiger prawn from the platter was really good.
We went for family dinner. Ambience is nice. Adjacent kitchen has glass walls, so you can see your order being cooked. The restaurant is kid friendly. Food tastes amazing and was served piping hot. Dal makhni tasted the best I have ever had. Drinks and cocktail menu has a lot to choose from. We had a nice dinner experience. Recommended.
We went for dinner with work colleagues. It was local election day, so no alcohol was served and was hardly anyone in the restaurant. We ordered Amritsari Tikka, sunahre Sheekh kebab, and tandoori Chicken along with lassi as starters. The tikka and kebabs were extremely moist, tender meat and very flavorful. The lamb kebabs didn't have any gamey taste nor were they extremely chilly hot which is what I experience in most Indian restaurants in North America. I wasn't impressed with the tandoori as the meat seemed very dry. For the mains we ordered Daal Makhni and Roti, which were excellent. Daal Makhni was as good as home made.The atmosphere in the restaurant is fine, however the service seemed a bit slow despite lack of customers on that day and just for that I would rate them a bit low. In all, I would still come back again whenever I visit Bengaluru since it is the flavorful food that mattered.