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10 New Restaurants in Bengaluru You’ve Got to Check Out Soon

To help you with the tedious task of picking a place for eating out, here’s a list of 10 new and trending restaurants in the city.

20 Jun, 2018 by Kruthika Dixit Kandpal

To help you with the tedious task of picking a place for eating out, here’s a list of 10 new and trending restaurants in the city.

Oh yes, you read that right. 10 new places in Bengaluru that I think is going to be a hit with your folks and family. Some of them are city’s popular restaurants opening their next venture, while others are places that add to Bengaluru’s growing list of eateries. To help you with the tedious task of picking a place, so here’s a list of 10 new and trending restaurants in the city.


The new kid on the Residency Road block, Alchemy, dishes out global flavours with a very distinct Indian touch. Plus, the gorgeous rooftop space is perfect for a sundowner or dinner with bae. Alchemy’s celebrity chef Hari Nayak doing an interesting mix of small plates, mains and desserts which include Seafood Sausages, Bengaluru Chili Kebabs, Chicken Sukka Bulgogi and Artichoke Aloo Samosa. The samosas come with a twist; think aloo-wasabi cream stuffing served in a crispy filo cone. Vegetarians, be sure to order the Tikki Trio that comes with a mushroom galouti, quinoa beet, and kale and spinach tikkis. Wash it down it one of their recommended signature drinks such as the Indian Whisky Sour or Betel Juice. Don’t forget to order the Honeycomb Masala Bread. End with the unique Gondhoraj Lemon Mousse and a Mysore Pak Cheesecake.

Where: The Chancery Pavilion, 135, Residency Road, Bengaluru

Cost for two: 2,000

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La Pino’z Pizza

This place is right opposite to Sotally Tober in 80 Feet Main Road, Koramangala. La Pino’z Pizza which is an Ahmedabad-based pizza chain that serves personal pizza slices to 24-inch monster pizzas. According to their menu in Ahmedabad and Gurgaon outlets, they only serve vegetarian pizzas with plenty of toppings in the form of mushrooms, paneer, pineapples, jalapenos, and fresh cheese. So look forward to ordering personal slices because hey, what’s better than a slice of pizza that’s been made for you and your palate, right? And not to share!

Where: Shop 24,Shankar Plaza, 80 feet road, Koramangala 4th Block, Bangalore

Cost for two: 600

Cashmere Nites

Koramangala peeps, now you don’t need to make that trek to Orzuv in Whitefield to try some Kashmiri delights. As Cashmere Nites serves up a limited but interesting Kashmiri menu with Marche Wangan Korma to Kashmiri Rogan Josh. It’s a very meaty affair, with little for the vegetarians such as the Kashmiri Dum Aloo a winner. There are thalis too with assortments of Rista, Goshtaba, Mirchi Korma, Rice, Phirni, and Kehwa.

Where: Eat Street, 11, ATNT Complex, 80 Feet Main Road, Opposite Indian Oil Petrol Pump, Venkappa Garden, Koramangala 6th Block, Bangalore

Cost for two: 600


When it comes to date night, the poolside restaurant, Tiamo, at the Conrad will win you plenty of love and brownie points. The entire space is done up like a rustic resort, with cabanas to lie under during the day and dine under at night. It gets very windy, but that is reason enough to cosy up. It’s no wonder the place is called Tiamo, which is loosely translated to mean I love you. Don’t miss out on the Minestrone Genovese with basil pesto, Mezze Platter and Vegetable Tagine. Raise a toast to your date {be it bae, Mum, Dad or BFF} with some of their cocktails. End on a sweet note with the traditional Tiramisu.

Where: Conrad Bengaluru, 25\3 Kensington Road, Ulsoor, Bengaluru

Cost for two: INR 2,250


Introducing Bangalore’s new address for good times, Foxtrot, either for a post-work chill scene or to celebrate a crazy night. This space is a combination of bohemian vibes with a hint of French culture and is a treat to the mind and soul. Their cuisine comprises hyperlocal Indian dishes and signature cocktails. The fitness freaks also stand delighted with the in-house health café called ‘Mimansa’.

Where: #17, SBI Colony Service Road, Koramangala Block 3, Bengaluru

Cost for two: INR 1,400

Street Mama

Street Mama is Garuda’s Mall’s newest bar and hangout spot.  Themed around street food from around the world and dramatic drinks. What more could you want? The cocktails here are massive, mind you spend some time over them. The Guac Beer — yes there’s muddled avocado and jalapenos involved and lots of fresh coriander, topped with beer. The Sea Sour and Lost are really refreshing. You can give the Betel Street a miss and the Jamaican Dah Ya Mama a thumbs up. You can start with the Guac on Toast, Buffalo wings, Mini Tofu Poppers and Miyan Ji Ki Baida Roti for the appetizers. Next, you can order the Lakdi Seekh, Kuku Piri Piri, Seafood Pizzas or the Idli Sliders. Finish off with the Fruity Marshmallow Pops or the Spanish churros.

Where: Garuda Mall, Margarath Road Ashok Nagar, Richmond Road, Bangalore

Cost for two: INR 1,400

Café Myodo

A quaint cafe by the Outer Ring Road, Kalyan Nagar, this place will definitely welcome you and your date with dainty blackboard art and floral decorations. Inside, the filament bulb lamps, tile art and edgy posters add to the beauty. The cafe’s menu is made of plenty of treats that will surely impress your date. You can sink your teeth into Stuffed Chocolate French Toast, Creamy Basil Pesto Pasta and Grilled Salmon doused in a creamy, lemon sauce.

Where: 434, 5th 'A' Cross, HRBR 2nd Block, Kalyan Nagar, Bengaluru

Cost for two: INR 800

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Noodle Panda
Koramangala’s new budget Asian joint, Noodle Panda dishes out noodle boxes, greasy stir fries, dimsums and burgers. Noodle Panda is the latest entrant and they come all guns blazing with their soul-comforting, budget Asian food. Custom noodle boxes are what they specialize in and you can order a regular or large Noodle Box and go crazy with combinations. Pick from regular, egg, udon or whole wheat noodles, then add on sauces like red chilli & basil, Momofuku ginger & scallion, or Sichuan, plus veggies, add-ons and toppings. The Grilled Teriyaki Bao and Sui Mai Dim Sums are highly recommended. Chicken Basil with celery burger is what you should go for.

Where: 122, Near Jyothi Nivas College, 1st Cross, KHB Colony, Koramangala 5th Block, Bengaluru

Cost for two: INR 800


A perfect rooftop setting, with the whole city as your backdrop, Kaze is Residency Road’s newest restro bar with fun cocktails and a microbrewery. Plus, there are Oysters, Sushi and New Zealand Lamb Chops involved too. The biggest reason you need to hit Kaze is actually the view. You will find a lot of South East Asian and Japanese influences in the food. Firstly, go for the Pork Belly with Raw Papaya Salad. Vegetarians, I would recommend you try the Kyoto Mushrooms with Japanese shrooms. You can sip on to their two fancy looking cocktails which are The Days Of Sakura and Three Minutes Of Thyme. Next, you can try the garlic-rubbed New Zealand lamb chops with salt and pepper followed by Hotate Ebi Kudamobo. Sushi lovers, you will be spoiled for choice here, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian. Not into sushi? Then pick from a basket of dim sum, gyoza and baozi. For mains, you can try the Pan Roasted Chicken or Six-hour miso marinated and grilled Black Cod. Finally, end your meal with the very trendy and Instagram favourite Tokyo Cheesecake.

Where: 909 SKAV, 21st floor, Lavelle Road, Bangalore

Cost for two: INR 2,500

Punjab Bistro

If you love yourself a good ol’ greasy North Indian feast with plenty of classics thrown in, head straight to Punjab Bistro in Koramangala. Because nothing can satiate it better than a big, fat North Indian meal, full of usual suspects like tandoori chicken, naan, paneer tikkas and more. They do have a list of refreshing summer mocktails, do give the minty, salty and made with fresh pineapples — Pineapple Sparkler — a try. You can also try the gin-based Singapore Sling from the cocktails section. For food, start off with the very interesting Nalli Ka Shorba. For vegetarians, there is a spicy tomato and basil shorba. Chilgoza (pine nut) Paneer, Broccoli Cheese Lollipop, Desi quesadillas, Lahori Chargha Murg are some of the appetizers you must try. End your meal with the Malpua Pudding and whipped cream Bistro Special Mille Feuille.

Where: 1, SJR Primus, 7th Block, Koramangala, Bengaluru

Cost for two: INR 1,500

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Hope the confusion to choose a perfect place to dine out has made it a whole lot easier!

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Written By

Kruthika Dixit Kandpal, is an in-house creative writer for EazyDiner Pvt Ltd. She is a food enthusiast, social worker and blogger. She has contributed to the Safari India Magazine, The Statesman Newspaper, Wedding Vows Magazine, Sanchar Times and several other publications. Nothing is dearer to her than the joy of writing with her passion for food as the connection of food is not just with your tummy, but with your heart. In addition to writing a lot, Kruthika likes to eat and experiment with her cooking and gallivanting. And, if not inside the kitchen or at work, one can find her volunteering for NGO’s, exploring places, partying, travelling and shopping. She dreams of owning a restaurant one day and provide some notable contributions to the world of food.

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