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The restaurant has its roots in Chennai, and this is the second outlet. It is a well-decorated restaurant with a number of seating options to choose from. The 'Figs Stuffed Paneer Tikka' is for the vegetarians who like their cottage cheese nicely grilled in a creamy marinade, stuffed with fig chutney, skewered along with peppers and onions. They have big portion sizes for curries. The chain apparently promotes healthy eating with fewer calories in their preparations.
Should say they really serve some great Indian food. Tried the kebabs and loved em! They made it really nice. Ambience is also good and the service was also good. Overall would surely recommend this place to anyone looking for some amazing Indian food
Food was tasty n hygiene too. Ambience was gud. Staff were very polite . Food was delicious n v hav combination of both Indian n continental
Lunch visit, the food ordered was veg and non-veg. The food and service was good and quick by all standard
We had a nice dinner for 4. We tried the Tandoori Lobster (1 Saffroni, 1 Garlic & Lemon), some starters (forgot, but was a recommendation of the friendly staff member) and the Atta chicken. All dishes very yummy - the Atta chicken is an eye catcher too! After dinner we had a proper made cocktail. Prices are all right and the ambience is nice.
Lunch was served on time ... dishes were yum... my kids enjoyed the delicacy... looking fwd to visit again...But felt the prices were little on the higher side ...but the taste compensates it...
Health buffs often have to make do with salads and soups when dining out. Their options are quite limited no matter whichever cuisine they choose, leaving them with meagre choices in dishes. Their ambition to count every calorie often leaves them hungry and unfulfilled which is why, some new found restaurants are taking care of their needs by displaying a more healthy version of dishes much to the delight of calorie-watchers. On the second floor of Forum Mall in Koramangala 7th Block is located a wonderful fine dining spot that calls itself ‘Salt’. The restaurant is quite well-known amongst the families and foodies for its scrumptious menu and feel good ambience. Being placed in a trendy restaurant-clustered area, Salt is always busy and bursting with activity. A wonderful place to grab a leisurely bite with family.
The menu at Salt is entirely North Indian and is encrusted with several recipes with low calorie factor. It’s a perfect place for health freaks to get a fulfilling bite minus the soups and the salads. The restaurant promotes healthy eating so expect fewer calories in your food. Getting served huge portion of curries for not so expensive prices is a fair deal. Start with, gun powder potatoes, fish wada, kheema pau, masala arancini balls, figs stuffed paneer tikka, hariyali salmon tikka, dahi tawa kebab, chicken masaledar chops, bharwan mushrooms, squid kuru-milagu and tandoori duo kile phool. There is plenty to dig into, especially in mains. Arm yourself with roomali roti or saffroni nuttie pulao to mop up the curries. Try, Bengali fish curry, vilayati subzi jalfrezi, saag murgh, paneer methi malai, desi mutton masala, pindhi channa masala and meloni seafood kurchan.
For final dessert course we suggest you to save some space as it is simply divine. You will be tempted with filter coffee crème brulee, kesar kulfi, warm apple & almond tart, rasmalai with fresh strawberries, jamun tiramisu, gajjar halwa samosa with kulfi and spiced chocolate cake. The dining style at Salt is casual chic. Comfortable formal tables in dark brown colour are flanked by bright yellow couches and chairs. Exposed brick walls with wooden beams overhead is set off by patterned floor beautifully, giving a look of somebody’s lovely home. Sets of window shutters and framed inspirational quotes covers the walls, adding to the homely vibe. Salt is casual, good-looking and a great addition to Bengaluru’s dining scene.