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In all fairness, a buffet in most hotels in and around business areas makes perfect sense. You get in, eat, and get out. And you don’t really focus on the gourmet quotient of the food. Spice It works because of all the offices nearby. The restaurant is roomy, a tad bright perhaps, but gives you lots of breathing room. I would prefer to go with their À la carte menu though, and pick out some of the more familiar dishes, such as the Thai curry rice, a biryani, or even one of their kathi rolls (inspired by Kolkata no less), or a sandwich to be safe.
Indian food with its clashing colours, varied textures and contrasting flavours. The real ‘Ghar Ka Khaana’. My dinner experience today exceeded expectations. Marvellously capable kitchen under the leadership of Sous Chef Suresh Kumar made it an immersive experience for me. Dal, Tindli and Baingan Masala were prepared in North Indian style. Venddakkai Pirattal had a nice Tamil Nadu touch. "Soppu Saru" is a very sought after Kannada dish; "Podi rice" is another forgotten Tamil Nadu staple food. It is rice mixed with gunpowder. Whole-wheat Paratha had a Kerala style... the result is a gourmet's dream come true. Pretty much – India on a platter. I started with Pepper Rasam (served by Sanjay). Suresh served the mock tail. The mud pot sat on a square shaped wooden plank. It was a spiced guava and orange twist; the prop that came along hanging on the side of the mud port had a ginger slice and mint leaves. Spiciness and tanginess in full form. I enjoyed this refreshing drink. Later Sujith Kumar Das served the main course to me. I really liked the authenticity and purity of the food served here. The Chefs as well as the Service Brigade here is well versed in all that is unique to the concept of the restaurant that is "Ghar Ka Khaana" (meaning home-style food). Indian cooking techniques, ingredients, spices, aromas, flavours, and importantly culture. This is what I found profoundly appealing in this restaurant. The food served here is rooted in authenticity, which really pleased the foodie in me. The seamlessness, speed and efficacious service impressed me. Thanks to Restaurant Manager Chirantan Kusari (who explained me in great detail on the mocktail) and Arif Reza (remembered our interaction in the same hotel in December 2013). One more thing that pleased me as a vegetarian is this: the buffet spread encompasses extensive vegetarian selection with robust and bold flavours. Though the eatery was crowded, I enjoyed the unparalleled peace and tranquillity. Reenergising, meaningful experience. Veg preparations handpicked by Chef Suresh Kumar create that perfect gourmet experience. I politely refused, when Chef Suresh came and sat with me while I was about to sign off, suggesting that I should try some dessert too. Many more guests were trickling in when I was joyously walking out of the restaurant after thanking Chef Suresh profusely. Very innovative renditions of Indian cuisine. Exquisite personalised culinary experience from beginning to end. It is the Chefs that make this restaurant extraordinary. Today evening, (01 December 2016) it rained in Bengaluru.
Spice It (IBIS Hotel) Saturday brunch is really a lavish with variety of not only veg, non-veg dishes but also amazing continental desserts and mock tails. Spice it is a place once you visit, must feel to visit again & again. Not only various variety, even taste is really good which most of us really like...., I am also very pleased with the hospitality of restaurant staff.
This is one place I frequented when i was in Bangalore. The food is good.. the spread - both during lunch and dinner - is worth the money. We loved the live counters and desserts. i have stayed at the iBis too and experience has always been good.
our manager took our team out for team dinner after a hard friday!! Starters and live counters (live dosa and fresh parotha especially, which they will make at your request) were good!! full bar add's to the list and can certainly enjoy your drink when too much backdrop noise is not there! Ambience was pleasant!! It wasn't as crowded as we expected it to be. decent family place too. Friday well ended! :)
Had the privilege of staying in the IBIS hotel twice in succession. As a result, I was almost forced to go to this restaurant post office hours everyday. But then, it changed my mindset from "being forced" to "being in love" with this place. I couldn't resist myself from going there almost everyday afterward. Food tastes good, plenty of options in buffet (dinner, breakfast, weekend lunch), rich ambience. But, which I'm flattered most is the "Service". Employees here are just awesome. They prioritize customer service above all even at the expense of monetary loss. I must name few of the folks whom I got great service from. Avinash, Alok, Sanjoy, Kanti, Arobindo...... you guys are fabulous!
In case you are one of those people who like more than a bit of variety in their food will find all-day dining restaurants a perfect option. Not only do they have a diverse well-spread menu, they are also available 24X7. Feel free to stop by after a late night party and binge on their midnight buffet or simply relish a fantastic breakfast spread before you hit your work place. Either ways all-day dining restaurants are popular. Tucked into Ibis Bengaluru Techpark in Marathahalli is the city’s finest 24X7 fine dining restaurant, known for its stylish interiors and even better food. Due to being located in middle of an office dominated area ‘Spice It’ receives its fair share of corporate clientele. It elevates its popularity by organising live sports screening and providing Wi-Fi.
As we mentioned before half the popularity of all-day dining restaurants lies in their extensive menu. At Spice It you get to feast on multiple global cuisines from Chinese to Continental to Italian to North Indian. Try their buffet if you want to try little bit of everything. An impressive extended bar menu complements their menu beautifully. Start with the appetizers such as, khatta meetha paneer tikka, wok tossed prawns with ginger & garlic, achari tangdi kebab, cauliflower salt & pepper, chicken tikka salad, cream of tomato soup and Caesar salad. Have something more filling such as, pasta seafood marinara, Calcutta kathi rolls, pepperoni pizza, grilled mojo prawns, amritsari chole, Chennai fish curry, Thai red curry, beef burger, pizza margherita, pasta carbonara with bacon, beef minute steak, murgh aur sarson ka saag and lamb vindaloo.
Don’t walk out without sampling the desserts. Dig into, malai kulfi, warm gulab jamun with vanilla ice cream, banana split with 3 scoops of flavoured ice cream and sticky date pudding with toffee sauce. The interiors are elegant and edgy looking. Modern aspects are used to bring in the style like geometric lamps, sharp white serving counters and bright red chairs. Spice It is an ideal place to dine if you are looking for a stylish upscale place with a lot of promise. Dining at Spice It doesn’t even cost that much and fits wonderfully in the pockets. The service is prompt and efficient so you can stop by for quick power lunch and then get out.