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Tandoor is a good example of the way old-school restaurants used to be; the decor might be old-fashioned, but it is still grand. The food was one of the best earlier, but age has surely caught up. However, for old times' sake, check out the 'Banarasi Seekh', 'Murgh Pakora', 'Gosht Seekh Kabab', 'Dal Makhani', and 'Palak Paneer'. The garlic butter naan and the stuffed kulcha are two of the best accompaniments to go with most of the meats. The 'Masala Papad' that is served on the house is such a tasty bonus.
Who doesnt like curry? Even people who have low heat tolerance cant seem to pass the chance to enjoy a bit of good curry. It many seem way easier to find an amazing South Indian restaurant in Bengaluru than a decent curry house but we know where you can go when craving for paneer butter masala hits you. For your next curry fix, head over to Bengalurians favourite curry house, Tandoor, which is a highly sought-after dining destination with families and curry-seeking gourmets throughout the city. Tagged as a legendary outlet by hardcore foodies, Tandoor exudes an old-school vibe that still seems prevalent. Their grasp at traditionality seems to be working for them as they are popular and classic. Tandoor is situated at Centenary Building, MG Road.
Much like pampered guests, Tandoor dazzles you with a great variety in its menu. North Indian cuisine is explored fully and deeply resulting in a plethora of choices you could happily browse through and pick. Food is authentically prepared and is replete with the essence of true North India, which is the key reason of the restaurants success. Ask for a malt of your choice to accompany your meal or even settle for a nice Indian cooler. Tickle your appetite with an array of starters like, raan-e-sartaj, tandoori mushroom, kalmi kebab, paneer tikka, Amritsari machi and coorgi murg kali mirch. Use a garlic naan or laccha paratha to polish off the delicious curries available at Tandoor. Definitely look into, dahi bhindi, murg Badami, paneer shahi korma, gosht-e-josh roganjosh and murg sagwala.
To correctly wrap off the menu Tandoor presents a decadent dessert section inspired by rich North India. You can tuck into, gulab jamun, rasmalai, Badami kheer, gajjar ka halwa and kulfi falooda, the quintessential North Indian sweets. This classic old restaurant still pulls in quite a crowd of diners to its doorstep regularly, especially on weekends so an advance reservation is recommended. Interiors are designed using traditional Indian elements so expect to see crystal chandeliers, water fountain at centre of the dining room, carved pillars, intricately painted murals on ceiling and the walls, jharokhas and an overall royal elegant dcor. Dining here would be an experience, pulling you back for more.