This star property just outside its arrival gates of the Bangalore Airport is such a lovely addition to what is already my favourite airport in the country. Tamarind, their Indian restaurant was the first to open its doors and offers dinner alone. The menu of the restaurant has been designed to bring the best of North Indian food to a diner’s table, with no fuss, no hoopla, just a focus on great flavours. Start with the 'Ghosht Pudina Yakhni', a lamb soup that is light with a touch of tanginess. It has little balls of hand pounded lamb meat in them, which you should allow steeping in the soup before eating them. The 'Chane Ka Ark', an extract of black chickpeas is also great. The 'Murgh Reshmi Seekh' gives you subtle flavours of potent ingredients like ginger and green chillis along with the meat. The 'Kakori Kebab' must be eaten straight off the melt and its ability to simply melt away in your mouth is magical. The 'Sheermal Tart Mein Galouti' is a nice little twist with the roti being shaped into a tart cup. Among the main courses, 'The Qasar E Pukhtan', a paneer roulade with squash nut and gravy is a good choice. The 'Kukkad Methi Saag' as well as the 'Laal Moth ki Daal' combine really well with some of the rotis such as the 'Kuti Mirch Jaituni Naan' and the 'Saufiyani Khameeri Roti'. Ask for the 'Malai Lassi' and make a heavy dining spoon stand straight in it. You will love the whole deal. The baked 'Gajrilla' is the dessert to go with.