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Their signature drink – Three Dots and a Dash – is marked by its predictable garnish of three cherries and a long slice of pineapple skewered together to form the three dots and a dash in Morse, which, incidentally, stands for victory. It packs in quite a punch, and you would think everything else here on would be irresistible. It is not. The boiled peanuts are actually my favourite appetiser here because they can hardly afford to go wrong with it. And the honey mustard chicken is not too bad either. The chilly cheese toast – a favourite at most pubs in the city – is also a decent appetiser. Stick to the starters.
When it comes to innovative quirky pubs, Bengaluru seems to have won the round way back. The city is called ‘city of pubs’ for nothing. The lanes of the city is crawling from pubs of different styles and concepts. If one takes time to explore the city at leisure, they are bound to discover something truly fantastic to add to their nightlife bucket list. Bengaluru has outdone itself with its hot new pub, which from the name itself, is guaranteed to lure you in. ‘Three Dots & A Dash’ instantly grabs your attention through its interesting eccentric name. The pub is tucked into the trendy lanes of 100 Feet Road in Indiranagar, an area brimming with fashionable crowd and hippest of places. Three Dots & A Dash is actually a Morse code for ‘victory’.
For quirkiness and playful side of Bengaluru’s nightlife, Three Dots & A Dash will suit the criteria perfectly. Take a peek at the pub’s wonderful bar menu, which features every possible kind of booze from vodka to wine to beer. Take special notice of their signature cocktail section where potent drinks are served in African themed mugs. Suffering bastard, Roe’s mistake, forbidden island, Ku and not to forget, Three Dots & A Dash’s speciality, Treasure Chest. The food is European, African and Continental. Nibble on, lamb kofta kebab, vegetable croquettes, bacon wrapped sausage, chicken wings, spring rolls and xahar thale. Don’t fill up on the starters and save space for mains like, fajitas, pepperoni pizza, pork vindaloo, penne aglio olio, battered fish & chips, lemon flavoured roast chicken, vegetable cutlet burger, tuna caper pizza, braised lamb puff pie and fried rice in pineapple.
Pamper your sweet tooth with Three Dots & A Dash’s array of divine desserts. Feast on, Mississippi mud pie, blueberry cheese cake, Baileys & raspberry gateau, red velvet, Hawaiian banana split with vanilla ice cream, extreme oreo pie and chocolate brownie with vanilla ice cream. The bar is based after African Jungle theme, the impact of which you get through its aged wooden façade. Dried thick bamboo shoots are used liberally all over the place from wall coverings to bar exteriors. Furniture is casual and is in dark wooden tones to accentuate the jungle feel. Their charming outdoor area is the first to get filled on weekends. The bar is not too expensive but not too cheap either.