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Kopper Kadai has been now re branded to Spice yard, they have expanded their food menu which earlier had only North Indian, now it includes Chinese & Arabian as well. one stop destination for North Indian
I planned different restaurant ,however that one had 1.5 delay and saw nice looking kopper kadai,went there ..All the food were substandard and price was premium standard
Ordered food for birth day party at kora mangala 6th block. Items icluded paneer thicka, Gobi machuriya, paneer gravy, Kadai gravy, veg biryani, phulka, daal fry, gulab jammu etc. All items are exceptionally good and service is really good. Staff are polite and courteous. Overall very good experience with koppar Kadai.
The restaurant is at JNC road. a place full of restaurants. Amongst hem I believe, one of the restaurants to stand out shall be Kopper Kadai.. Right from starters to the bill payment, the restaurant didnt cease to surprise us. Beyond the ambience, the food was also awesome. We had Jaljeera, cooker mein Kukkad, Ganna chicken. All these dishes were quite good. The Ganna chicken was something I never imagined nor tried anywhere else. Although the price is a bit high, I would still definitely recommend to go here.
Koramangala sees new restaurants pop up almost every alternate week and each one of them is different and unique in its way. We foodies get to treat out tastebuds to some amazing food and also explore different aspects of dining. Kopper kadai is a restaurant which is conceptualised entirely by celebrity chef Mr Akshay Nayyar who is the most down to earth, sweetest and one of the most talented chefs I've ever come across. Kopper Kadai is a place that will re define your dining experience and leave you awestruck with the amount of innovations done behind every single dish. We had a bloggers meet here and I was fortunate enough to be a part of it and experience something so unique! Usually we observe pubs and lounges doing slight innovations in their food but Kopper kadai is first of its kind in Bengaluru where right from the glass on your table till you eat the mouth freshener, everything is unique! The seating and ambiance is classic, fine dining ambiance with soothing colour coordinated furniture giving the entire place a royal look, also with candle light on each table. The cutlery is black with KK ensemble on everything which makes it even more special. There's a spoon chandelier inside and the number of spoons indicate the number of spices used by their team to prepare food! The glasses used are that of copper and the water served on your table is with a copper water filter! So cool, right? So basically, Kopper Kadai is a multi cuisine restaurant but based on my experience id say they specialise in punjabi/North Indian food and are doing so well already! We were served some papad and chutneys with pickle in the beginning with came in a unique structure, yet again. Refer the pictures! We nibbled on them and slowly the welcome drinks started pouring in. We tried the mango lassi, sweet lassi, kiwi ambi panna and chatmola fatafat. The lassis were beautiful, not too thick but just about right to quench your thirst and leave you craving for more. The mango lassi had a hint of mango, I'd prefer if there was mango pieces to top it off or some mawa, but nevertheless it tasted great! Then we had the appetisers coming in one by one. First was the Mutton Hathodi Parchey which was soft minced mutton kebabs, served in a hammer looking plate with a creamy dip and green chutney dip. The mutton was unbelievably soft, melt in the mouth experience. Next we had Ganna chicken which was a Chef special, minced chicken seekh kebabs skewered in small sticks of sugar cane. The chef told us to have a bite of the kebab and then a bite of sugarcane to relish the actual taste. It was absolutely delicious, very different taste wise and we loved it. Then came in Patiyala style chicken served in a small toy truck. These were chicken lollipops accompanied with salad and garnished with spices. Nothing very outstanding about, the usual fried chicken lollipops. In the veg selected there was Veg Hara bhara kebabs which were smooth, richly prepared with peas infused in them. Next was, lucknowi dahi ke shammi which were flat tikkis filled with the goodness of dahi! Tangy and creamy texture, slightly different from the usual presentations. We tried the Royal kebab press which had an assortment of veg starters in an iron box, steaming hot with fumes. Loved the presentation and tried the Panner tikka which I felt lacked spice and softness, couldve been better! For the main course we had their signature KK biryani that's cooked with chicken koftas. The biryani is cooked with a lot of fried onions, ghee and mildly spicy with the chicken koftas in it. Makes it different for the regular biryanis you would eat and I loved it! For the gravies my picks will be the cooker mei Kukkad and the Choley Chaar Ghutala. The cooker mei kukkad is served in a pressure cooker to your table, a spiced chicken curry with a runny gravy which is lip smacking! Perfect with a naan that they serve. I loved the spices used in the curry and the chicken pieces were soft and tender too. The Choley again was different from what we usually eat. It was very tangy and creamy, cooked with onions in it and is a great pick for vegetarians! Finally, we moved to the deserts where we were served Bateesa cake, Dilli wali fruit cream and Gulab Jamun Biscuit. The Batessa cake is a typical punjabi preparation, tastes similar to a son papdi topped with lots of mawa, quite heavy on your stomach. The dilli wali fruit cream is a fab choice, with fresh fruits and a smooth cream bowl. Authentic and yummy. My favourite is the Gulab jamun biscuit, definitely. Baked Gulab jamuns on biscuits topped with rich rabdi, so good! It's unique, the softness of the Gulab jamun is paired perfectly with a crunchy biscuits. For mouth fresheners we were served broken minced Paan, so rich yet so refreshing after a meal! Amazing concept again. I'll prefer if the main course gravy quantities are slightly more than what they serve and same goes for the deserts! We left Kopper kadai with a stuffed tummy and an extremely happy face. The staff treated us with utmost care and the service was quick, well managed. They even were patient enough to let us take numerous pictures. The effort of the entire team is commendable. I am recommending each and every food lover of Bengaluru to head to Kopper Kadai at the earliest and you shall not regret it. One must enjoy their beautiful food and the prices are not going to burn a hole in your pocket. The pricing right now is very affordable and this place should be on the top of your list right now. I'm going back real soon! Cheers :)
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