POINTS OF INTERESTS AROUND

Must try food places

Drinking holes/Lounges

♦ Fenny's , Koramanagala
♦ Fenny's is a Goan cuisine and décor inspired place. The non-veg platter is to die for!
♦ BAK BAK Bar, Koramangala
♦ Hole in the wall, Koramanagala
♦ A small boutique café in Koramangala, you don't see many of such kind in Bangalore. Try an English breakfast or an evening coffee/bite.
♦ Beer Garden/Punjabi by Nature, Koramangala we would also recommend the food and vodka gol-guppa here
♦ Punjabi by Nature
♦ Good rich Indian food and they have a brewery as well ( Beer Garden)
♦ Barleyz Brew House: Best for a dinner and drinks session with their on-table BBQ and open air roof top Microbrewery
  ♦ Satya Bar: The local flavor , affordable food and drinks!
♦ Smokehouse Deli , Indira Nagar For a sumptuous breakfast or any other meal!
A few chic Bars & Lounges:
♦ Big Brewsky, Sarjapur Road
♦ 13th Floor, MG Road
♦ Social , Koramangala
♦ Skybar, UB City
♦ Dublin, Taj West End
If you think 'beauty lies in the eyes of beer holder', you may like these breweries around town:
♦  Biere Club, Lavelle Road
♦ Toit, Indira Nagar
♦ Arbor Brewing Company
♦ Café Noir, UB City , Lavelle Road
A salad-sandwitch lunch , an evening coffee or a dessert after dinner .. chill out here if you have some time while visiting Bangalore..
♦ Windmill Craftworks , Whitefield
While you can go there anytime, their weekend brunches are amazing and if you happen to catch a gig, you are lucky!
♦ Toscano, UB City, Lavelle Road
Best Italian in town, in a classy setting.
♦ Blue Ginger, Taj West End
Asian food, good ambience

Points of interest :In the City
City : Interesting to dos in our opinion

  • Lal Bagh: The botanical garden with its glass house invites tourists all around the year. You could also get a lunch at nearby MTR Lunch place for a authentic South Indian Meal experience.

  • NGMA ( National gallery of modern art )
  • The setting, architecture and the art displays make it worth a visit. Whether you are into Art or not, we recommend spending some time around here and have a bite/coffee at the café @NGMA.

  • Leela Palace
  • A 5 star hotel property but that not the only reason why we recommend it. It’s the most royal place in Bangalore in our opinion with a unique setting. You can have a drink at the library bar or a coffee at the Chai Bar along with the Oxford book store. The stores in the basement are a treat for the shopaholics! If u have a few friends to go with, the bowling alley could be a good way to end your visit with...

    You must shop in India :

    1. A walk on Vittal Malya and Lavelle Road crossings is a retreat for shoppers! Streets lined with boutiques and cafes , spend the day strolling around and end with a beer brewed at the Beire Club.
    2. Mysore Silk Store on Commercial street for some Indian Silk Sarees
    3. 1 M G Road Mall is great for multiple options like Food Hall for groceries, H & M or Marks & Spencer for western wear and Global Desi for Indian wears with a twist
    4. C. Krishniah Chetty & Sons on commercial street for silver, gold and diamond jewellery
    5. Shops at UB City have a spread of brands and varieties from the French Louis Vuitton to Indian Good Earth along with lovely options to eat.
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