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The ambience is incredible with a hi-tech retractable roof that gives the diners the luxury to enjoy the sun or a clear night sky, with the comfort of sitting indoors. The state-of-the-art brew tanks are exposed to the view through glass windows. The roasted pumpkin soup from Peru is a mild way to start a meal. A well-made dish here would be the crab meat and melon carpaccio with hearty crab meat and fresh vegetables drilled along with some fennel and orange dressing. The vegetarian kababs can only be as interesting as the beetroot shami kababs that are soft and fragranced with garam masala.
Ambience of the restaurant is very good. Lot of direct lightning and huge space makes it feel good. Food was very good, rightly spiced too. We ordered only vegetarian food and all of them were good. So 5 star for ambience, service and food. But giving one less star for the quantity. Quantity is very less for the cost paid.
Had an awesome time at this always amazing place. It was a happening evening with live football match on the big screen. We ordered rauchibier beer which had a smoky aroma and less bitter which was awesome and drunkenweisel which was decent. And the starter was chimichanga veg which too was equally good. For main course, we ordered thin crust pizza with veggies which was slightly bland but filled with exotic veggies. Overall the experience was very good and would recommend to all and also to those people staying in the north of bangalore to try it out atleast once.
The Druid Garden can be summarized in three words: very good, excellent, brilliant. The breakdown is like this:Very good: service, ambianceExcellent: beer, foodBrilliant: interiors (someone spent crores to set up this beautiful place), location (Sahakaranagar Main Road)Kudos to the Operations Manager Abhijit Ghosh, for running such a good show night after night at The Druid Garden.Stephen Joseph
Local brew pub/restaurant with great ambiance. At least 6 or 7 beers brewed on premises. IPA, imperial stout, pils, dark lager and a weitzen when I was there. I had the dark lager and IPA. Both were very nice. We ate a few appetizers and all were tasty. I saw a few pizzas go by and they also looked good. Tends to fill up so arrive early or reserve.
I happened to visit in the afternoon, the waiters are very late to attend. They serve to most horrible European and Asian food; too much fusion of Indian spicesThey serve a good German beer but not the best. No choice of South Indian food except for yummy neer dosa. Any body who wishes to experience Bangalorean or the South Indian food and drink culture please do not visit this place. This place is neither Indian nor European, specially desgnied to attract corporate locals.
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We have realized that chefs are becoming more and more bolder with their visions as the time is passing. They are not afraid to envision an out-of-box idea and moving forward with it. Their choices of ingredients to combine and play with have become more unusual as they are figuring out new pairings to uplift a classic tried out dish. Leading the pack is Bengaluru, which is known for its exceptional fine dining experience. Recently, a new star joined the city’s fine dining galaxy, ‘The Druid Garden’ and soon became a sensation overnight through its adventurous menu and spectacular breath-taking ambience. An ideal place for couples, The Druid Garden provides romance and mood in spades. In ancient Celtic culture, a druid was a priest or a magician. At The Druid Garden they have only tried to present a more stylish, modern version of it.
Discover the delights of The Druid Garden at the third floor of Century Corbel Commercial in Sahakara Nagar. It’s a wonderful place to experience the nightlife of Bengaluru. Catering to a well-travelled sophisticated clientele, The Druid Garden offers a brilliant multi-cuisine menu. Food is displayed in stunning bespoke crockery from London, which only elevates your dining experience. They brew their own beers, definitely have that. Or try their impressive fine single malt whisky selection. Signature cocktails are also worth dipping into. In nutshell, The Druid Garden is a tippler’s paradise. Pick something to nibble on from their extensive appetizer section. If not, move straight to the mains. Devour, Moroccan lamb tagine, Travancore fish curry, grilled beef with chimichurri, spinach ravioli, green goddess panini, whole fried fish in black pepper sauce and pizza con pollo.
Watch a few games on their screen before tackling the final sweet course. You have your pick between, classic baked cheesecake, hazelnut torte, the unbeliever’s dessert, orchard fresh and warm carrot & chocolate cake. Your tiny tot won’t be left behind. Kids are welcome here and even get their own separate menu. They have tried to present the modern day version of a Druid’s fantasy garden through their contemporary looking stylish décor. But what pulls in the crowd is their hi-tech retractable roof that is drawn back to enjoy the view of a sun-lit sky or of a clear night sky. To capture the natural elements they have used wooden furniture and lush foliage of plants draping the ceiling. It’s also not too expensive, which is a blessing.