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It’s been a while since my last visit to the Republic of Noodles, which Bangaloreans love to call RON. But I happened to be in the area and the urge for some good food hit and RON was two minutes away. Nothing has changed in the space – not the seating, not the water body that flows through the restaurant and definitely not the top notch service. We began with the 'Bangkok Roast Pork' with Chilli Jam. Lovely chunks of pork, well balanced in terms of fat to meat ratio that has been marinated and grilled. It is the chilli jam that works wonders and trust me the caramelized onion sweet sauce that comes with it is priceless! The pepper hit from the 'Thai Garlic Prawns' is great, the 'Pot Stickers' are brilliant and the 'Clear Chicken and Basil soup' will soothe your soul. The 'Vietnamese Pho in Pork' was my main course choice. A nice broth that seems to have been simmering for quite a while and had quite a body to it. The portion is substantial. The accompaniments make it all the better. I wanted something simple and the 'Nonya chicken curry with jasmine rice' was just perfect. Creamy curry with a strong hit of basil and lemon, this is best had steaming hot. The restaurant serves its drinks from its lounge next door and does some good cocktails, though I stuck to beer for this meal.
Very nice experience with RON, good staff specialy surajit and Liman was exelent. Will visit this place soon.
A hidden gem..... One of the finest tasting Pan Asian restaurant in town, which definitely gives a HUGE competition to the other Pan Asian outlets. Each and every dish from starter to main course was pure justice to the taste buds. Each had its unique taste which always made me ask for more. Not so expensive on the pocket. Surprised that this hidden jem took so much time to be discovered. Look forward to another visit very soon.
Most dishes are continental . You don’t get pure vegetarian food . Lemon Tree lacks cuisine culture I.e they cook everything but not merited in any of the dishes . Pick any good hotel they have a cuisine like punjabi , andhra / kannadigas / keralite / mangalorean/ Goan etc . Too many items on the menu which is quite confusing for customers . No signature dish they prepare . Reduce items on menu and concentrate on quality . The food lacked taste . Quantity does not serve more than 2 people . Needs improvement in preparing quality , tasty , tangy food .
As you walk into the restaurant, it feels very calming with a lot of green bamboo shoot looking plants and a water body in the midst of the restaurant with lots of decorative flowers. I ordered the garlic pepper prawn, crispy lamb and prawn dimsums. The garlic prawn and crispy lamb are a must try. The prawn was made very thin and crispy. Another addition is the prawn crackers. Must order. For the main course I ordered the Thai basil noodles. I'm not a big fan of thai flavours but this was not very overpowering. The desert I ordered the cheesecake and water chestnuts. The cheesecake was pretty standard. But the water chestnuts was really good and refreshing. Brownie points for including the lychees in it. Was not expecting that and was pleasantly surprised. Overall, the food was very good. Also, I must say their service was outstanding. All these little efforts make the experience a plesant one. And it was informed to me that it's Halal as well. So, it's definately worth a try.
The food is absolutely fantastic out here and loved every bit of it. The good thing is that the menu is a little different from the normal Asian joints with plenty of veg and non veg options. Be ready for a little spicy food. I tried the Sri Lankan veg curry with rice which was quite amazing as it was my first time. The ice creams are also a must try as they are home made and quite different than anything you would have ever had. Last but not the least, the food preparation takes sometime but don't mind it as they make it absolutely fresh for you. I tried the som tam salad as well but think that needed some more zing and I have had better.