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The Spice Terrace started brewing a little while ago and is among the first in star hotels to have a brewery of its own. The existing menu has been supplemented with a nibbles menu that has some great options especially if you are in a group. The 'Mezze Platter' is great to share and the 'Amchuri Aloo Tuk' is a great accompaniment to the beers. The classic 'Chicken 65', as well as the 'Mutton Pepper Fry' as well as the 'Kutilaal Mirch Ka Jhinga', are starters that you can linger on. Coming back to the Spice Terrace menu. The 'Dhunaar Tamatar Tulsi Shorba' is made with oven roasted tomatoes and hits the right spots, especially given Bangalore’s brilliant outdoor weather that you will be enjoying. As starters, the 'Chownk ki Tikki' that is reminiscent of the streets of Lucknow and it’s the dried green mango that gives this dish the punch. Very few restaurants make jackfruit and this is one of them – a griddle-fried patty which has quite a few other ingredients. The 'Shikar Maas ka Soola' is a great starter and is smoked rather well. The 'Bhatti ka Chooza' comes a close second choice. Main courses for the vegetarians have interesting choices like the 'Khada Desi Palak' as well as the 'Adraki Aloo Gobi'. For the meat eaters, the 'Sukka Ghosht Marcheri' is definitely something to go with. The bread and the rice dishes make for great accompaniments.