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From the bharwan paneer tikka stuffed with vegetable and cheese, and the subz aur gucchi di galouti to the bhatti da kukkad (chicken kabab) and, most importantly, the gosht ke parche (lamb kababs topped with almonds), one can literally make a meal out of appetisers over here. But do not do that. Try the beautifully prepared nalli nihari, where slow-cooked lamb shanks will actually work your appetite up. Had best with parathas or a tandoori roti, this particular dish is an absolute treat. For vegetarians, the two recommended dishes are the Lahori dum aloo (potatoes filled with green peas and fenugreek) and the turshe paneer (stuffed paneer in almond and saffron gravy). And the dal Riwaz (black lentils cooked with tomatoes, butter and cream) is definitely on my list of recommended dishes.
Visited this restaurant in Ritz Bangalore. Food was very tasty. We tried the kababs as starters followed by dal tadka, naans, dum aloo and lamb. All dishes were very nicely made. Service was very personal and courteous. Worth a visit.
Meal melted in my mouth. Great flavors and just the right spice for me. Excellent service, and the Blonde White beer was tasty too!
Went to this place upon recommendation and really loved it. Tner e is a good amount of crowd in this place.
Riwaz has been one of my best Indian fine dining experiences in Bangalore. The entire experience right from the starters, service and dessert was commendable. The staff was extremely accommodating and catered to all our needs. The sheekh kebab has to be one of my favourites, which was made to absolute perfection. I can vouch that the meaning of the name Riwaz has really been inculcated by everyone at the restaurant. A special mention to Vishwesh and Abhishek for making this experience one of a kind for my family and me.
Had a really nice meal here, great service from the manager and team. Really tasty food and good authentic options.
Indian food can be a beautiful thing to enjoy if done right. The cuisine has a warm comforting quality that shows through the balanced use of spices and working with the simplest of ingredients and turning them into something spectacular. It’s a myth that to enjoy the delights of Indian cuisine one has to look at the humblest of places, the fancy expensive establishments too can do a good job of representing the cuisine. Solidifying the theory is ‘Riwaz’, a stunning fine dining restaurant to have excelled into the subtle art of Indian cooking. The restaurant is housed under the posh Ritz-Carlton Hotel on Residency Road in Bengaluru and could be an excellent place to take someone important for wine and dine. If you happen to have a foreign guest visiting then Riwaz can be a wonderful place to show them the culinary delights of India.
The menu of Riwaz is a celebration of Indian cooking. The chef has fun with the ingredients and tries to portray them in a refreshing innovative manner and still keep the traditional integrity of the cuisine. The word ‘Riwaz’ means tradition and it captures the soul of traditional Indian cuisine through its cooking. This is luxury fine dining at its best. Ask the server for a glass of your favorite drink or an Indian-inspired cocktail to kickstart the menu. Open with, ghost ke parche, palak ki shammi, murgh malai roll, dahi singhdane ki tikki, chopan kebab and sarson ke phool. Pair a baked kulcha or a subz dum biryani to polish off the curries. Enjoy, paneer akbari, lobster masala, Baluchi raan, aloo sialkoti, kadhai gosht hussainy and jheenge ka salan.
Appetizers are grand enough to tempt you into filling your appetite but save some space for the main course too. Final sweet course is a smorgasbord of rich, exquisite desserts fit for a king. Coddle your sweet tooth with, gulab jamun, assiette of baked yoghurts, malpua with rabri, kulfi falooda, homemade ice creams or have something western like, warm Belgian chocolate & mango pudding, anise cake. When you first step into Riwaz, the sight would be breath-taking. A classic elegantly designed room built along the contemporary lines and still staying true to the traditional heritage of India. Definitely expensive but certainly worth it.