6 May 2015

Experience The Kebab @ The Kebab Room


I happily headed to pursue my food journey during my stay in the city last few months. And I have enough stories to share with you all. This time i was sure to visit more restaurants in Bangalore and to try different cuisines.

Having said many times that I like to eat out and so I am excited to write about my experiences. I don't claim to be a connoisseur of food but I think I know enough of food and tastes.


Talking about restaurants in bangalore or let's say, any other place, our opinions are often based on our first visit. First impression is the best, as they say. This saying goes well with the food. If we dislike the taste on our first time or get a bad experience in a restaurant, we are unlikely to try it again.

Catering to our senses - visually appeasing, smells good and the mouth watering taste - Fine dining is indeed a stylish affair. From Arabian treat to Continental variety to our very own authentic Indian meal... I have always found my Food Journey a delectable experience. Zaitoon, High Note and Sahib Sindh Sultan - These restaurants tops my list of  fine dining restaurants in Bangalore. These are my family's top picks too. Many times tried, and tested. And on our every visit we have delicious story to talk about.


One Friday afternoon after Jumma prayer, we decided to head out for lunch. But where? It was already passed 3 and still undecided about the place. After surfing online for the best restaurants in Bangalore and what they offer, we all pointed our finger at this one place after learning that they serve Buffet. The Kebab Room, which was situated on the 1st floor of Vapour Room at Indranagar.




After parking our vehicle in their spacious parking lot down in the basement, we went in with no much of expectations. We thought this is going to be another normal Indian restaurants. But as we entered, the ambience of the place is very welcoming and impressive. the tables were neatly laid and those colorful lights hanging from the ceiling gave the interior a warm welcoming feel.


As it was almost late afternoon there was no crowd and we had enough privacy. But still that no crowd atmosphere gave us an inkling that what if the food was not good here. With a bit of wavering mind, we settled at the corner table. We decided to try both non veg and veg buffet.






As soon as we place our order, they served us salad and a fruit platter to start with. Neatly sliced watermelons to chill the summer heat. I think it is a good idea to start with fruits and end with desserts. They brought in a tray of papad and a cup of buttermilk.




In another few minutes, Chicken Shorba was served. It was hot and spicy. Then came the variety of Kebabs. It was like, if only we have enough space in our stomach to fill in with. Since I like the sea food more, I enjoyed the Fish and Prawn kebabs but Chicken and Seekh kebabs were equally good. The kebabs were cooked to perfection. The outer layer was crisp while the inner portion retained its juiciness to indulge our taste buds. It was a delight to nibble.

After the unlimited supply of kebabs, Dal Bukhara, Paneer and Chicken gravy was served with our choices of Indian breads. Can we leave such authentic Indian meal without a Biriyani? No matter we have space for it or not. Biriyani was served hot. At the sight of its rich color, rich aroma, the evenly cooked steaming hot rice, tender meat, the Biriyani looked so tempting.


After our hearty meal, it was time for dessert. Three different Indian sweets - Shahi Tukda, Moong Dhal Halwa and Phirni - were served. Sweet tooth I am, I loved all of it and even asked for one more helping. Especially Moong Dhal Halwa was awesome.





Other than food, the service was also quite commendable. No complaints as long as they serve me extra plate of dessert :P


It costs Rs.500 per buffet. Would I go again? Yes, I would. And if you are someone who enjoy kebabs more than the main course, you would like this place.


Mentioned here are some of my favorite places to eat, where we walked out with not just a happy meal but a delightful experience.


My Food Journey Continues...


Location - The Kebab Room, No. 773, First Floor, 100 Feet Rd, Indiranagar.

12 comments:

  1. sounds like a really nice place... thanks for sharing Rat! :-) Cheers, Archana - www.drishti.co

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    1. indeed its a nice place, Archana :)
      Keep visiting!

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  2. Sounds great Meera for a nibble ..specially you have mentioned moong halwa :)

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    1. yeah the halwa was delicious. loved it. :)

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  3. The place really seems nice :) have you tried Khansama, its one of my fav in Banglore :)

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    1. I haven't visited there yet. I think it's in UB City and I have been there only once. Will keep this restaurant in mind when I visit there next time. Thanks Shweta. :)

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  4. Yummy stuffs! Please call me next time. :)

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    1. Sure Indrani, let's meet someday for a yummy conversation :)

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  5. I so envy you... I love kebabs very much...will go to this place when I come here! :D

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    1. lol.. Akash, you must visit this place if you are a kebab lover.. :)

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