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The Ritz-Carlton is one of Bengaluru’s loveliest and most sophisticated hotels so its coffee shop (all-day dining, or whatever they call it) is suitably elegant and discreet. There is an À la carte menu but they work on the assumption that everyone will want to try the buffet. This has its strengths and its weaknesses. The Oriental food is not great (odd for a hotel that runs such a good Chinese restaurant) but the sushi counter is terrific and there are great Indian and Western options, so you don’t have to try their take on Thai or Malaysian food.
Bengaluru is a city brimming with culture and lively hopping nightlife, elevated by the presence of many fabulous restaurants and pubs. And what better and assured way of experiencing food than in a luxurious setting of a lovely five star hotel, which the city is so full of. One of the loveliest and most beautiful hotels in Bengaluru is The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, located on Residency Road. Housed under this delightful façade is the hotel’s all-day dining venture ‘The Market’, a subtle elegant place for you to grab a leisurely brunch with your girlfriends or have a quiet early morning meeting with your business associate. The restaurant will provide the right kind of backdrop. As the place is functional 24X7 you can stop by for a bite anytime of the day or night and take advantage of their late night buffets.
The Market is an expensive place to dine but all that seems worthy when you get to browse through their varied and eclectic menu, which showcases a plethora of cuisines from North Indian to European to South Indian to Thai. Their menu caters well to the global tastes of its diverse clientele and begin wooing you through their appetizers. Try, sambal prawn, chicken tikka, kari patte ki machhi, spring roll, chicken satay, pudine ki seekh, chicken with dry red chili & garlic, rajma galouti and vegetable dumpling with fresh chili coriander sauce. To tackle the main course opt for some flatbreads or noodles. Tofu penang curry, Punjabi lamb masala, tenderloin black bean sauce, khumb hara pyaz, chicken krapau, fish curry, Thai green curry, stir fried shredded chicken with mushroom & oyster sauce and paneer makhni.
Skip the curries if you want to and focus on pizzas, pastas, sandwiches, burgers, grills and steaks. Tickle your sweet tooth with cranberry pecan pie, gajjar halwa, cherry chocolate marquise, salted caramel chocolate fudge tart and gianduja pot de crème. Interiors wise, The Market is stylishly designed with separate good-looking dining rooms done in different styles. While one is flooded with sunlight and furnished with elegant royal blue chairs, the other one is more dark and masculine looking. Colour schemes in both the spaces are entirely different, while one is delicate and classy, the other is more intense. One thing common in all the spaces is sophistication, style and opulence. Dining at The Market seems worth it even if you have to pay a hefty price.