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The restaurant looks like it has been stationed in that spot since the 18th century. The colour code is black and white with intricately carved wooden chairs. One of the signature spirits that can be tried here is the Lavelle with ketel one. It is in the memory of the Irish soldier, Michael Lavelle, behind the Kolar Gold Fields. It is basically icy cold vodka and gin shaken with butter scotch and honey. The TWA chips cheese and gravy is crispy fries topped with rich daal makhni, cheese, chopped jalapeños, spicy green chillies and onions.
The Whitefield Arms Pub is worth a visit if you are staying at the Waverly or just shopping in Pheonix mall. Excellent food coupled with superb service will leave you very satisfied. We had a couple of burgers and a beef steak for dinner and it was juicy,b tasty, and filling. If you want a custom drink made for you, just talk to Raman. Mr.Raman is a highlight of this place. He is an excellent professional willing to treat the customer to best of their satisfaction. I would say he can read our taste from our face and serve us great. Very capable person and awesome serving attitude. He got us a delicious cucumber lime drink made that was simply amazing. We plan to make the Whitefield Arms our regular eatery whenever we are visiting that part of town.
The breakfast here is simply amazing. They've got a really good spread, English breakfast along with most Indian breakfast dishes available on order (incl.). The place has both an indoor as well as an outdoor setting, mellow music and the perfect setting to start your day. They offer one of the best services I've experienced across hotels in this city. It's worth a visit.
I really enjoyed the food here. They serve both Indian and western food and both are done well. The staff were also very helpful with describing different types of food that I hadn’t eaten before.
Travelled from Melbourne to review this pub after reading about its history and its role during the RAJ. Raj Pictures still dot the walls and play up to the 'fact' that the famous Winston Churchill frequented this pub. However the claim that he did not pay his bill and a copy of such is visible is spurious to say the least as it is in fact in the BANGALORE CLUB that this exists. Non the less a interesting story. Good Brews here and the food is also in keeping with a posh pub. Was not disappointed. Keep up the good work!
I dnt know about the place per say. But even on monday all the sitting were empty but reserved...they wont let us sit newhere other than some chairs parked at the very corner...not even till the guest arrive. And the staff was so rude .....and misdemeanour...no class at all.