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A plain and simple set menu, complete with good kababs, is what is on offer at this outlet of Kabab Studio. Plus, the comfortable ambience helps to sit down for a relaxed meal that might take you awhile. So apart from what comes to the table there are other sections that have chaats (yes, chaats are everywhere), and curries, etc. Most of the food is actually pretty decent, as they keep changing things around. The meat that comes off the tandoor are well cooked too, and there is fresh lassi doing the rounds to wash it all down with. But fret not, they have a bar menu too, which is of course not part of the buffet.
If you haven’t decided yet on what to have for dinner, may we suggest Indian food? Give those steaks or burgers a skip and indulge your soul with some wholesome Indian cuisine. When one looks at Indian cuisine they see mainly spicy curries and flaky breads but Indian food is so much more than that. Curries may be an integral part of the cuisine but there is a whole lot more which is at stake here. Those melt-on-your-tongue kababs, rich creamy desserts, little sweet curries, aromatic meaty biryanis and basket of buttery flaky breads. Bengaluru foodies can rejoice as we have for them an ideal place to get some curry love. ‘The Kabab Studio’ at Goldfinch Hotel, Crescent Road, Bengaluru is well-known amongst the locals for its wonderful desi food.
For your curry fix drive down to The Kabab Studio and bag a table for your family. Trust us, they will adore the place. The restaurant excels in Indian food and puts all its focus towards North Indian cuisine. As the name might suggest their forte lies in the kababs so get ready to tuck into their melt-in-your-fare starting with the appetizers like, gulabi paneer tikka, Punjabi kalmi kabab, kali mirchi grilled aloo, banjara chicken kabab, butter garlic gobi, raspberry murgh tikka, amritsari fish fry, sunrise cottage cheese salad, egg tawa masala, cucumber chana chaat, tandoori prawns, kasturi kosambari salad and bok choy with olive cherry tomato salad. Second course entails a plethora of curries, paneer makhani, mutton rogan josh, aloo green tori-ki-sabzi, curd rice, veg peshawari, murgh Mughlai, Punjabi khadi pakodi, dal makhani, hyderabadi murgh dum biryani and mushroom palak.
Coddle your sweet tooth with some rich Indian desserts that are worthy for a king. You should try, kasha halwa, milk peda, assorted cheese cake, chocolate pastry and shahi tukda. If it’s particularly hot ask for the ice creams, it is divine. Take advantage of their set menus if you feel confused. Acting as the perfect cool foil to the spicy colourful curries, the interiors of The Kabab Studio are delightfully all-white. From sheer curtains to ivory coloured walls to the furniture, everything is white and pure looking. Dining style is formal and a row of wide glass plated windows fills the room with a flood of glorious sunshine. The Kabab Studio fits really nicely in the pockets so go with a free mind and indulge.