December 6, 2022
best places to eat in indiranagar

Best Places To Eat in Indiranagar

Indiranagar is fast becoming one of the city’s most sought after neighbourhoods. Nowhere else in Bangalore offers such a perfect blend of old-world charm and modern amenities. It has become home to some of the highest rated restaurants in the city.

 

The following are our picks for best places to eat in Indiranagar:

 

  1. Taiki, Indiranagar

Taiki is a popular element that adds to its unique character. What immediately caught our attention on a visit to this restaurant was the ambiance. The lighting is just right and the interior decor is just as it should be.

The menu at Taiki has something for everyone. You can go here to eat traditional Japanese food, but also get a taste of continental cuisines with their signature signature dish called Nasi Goreng Masak (Steamed rice fried with egg and omelette).

Where: Taiki, 656, 100 Feet Road, Indiranagar

When: 12 pm to 11 pm

Price: Rs. 1,400 for two 

Contact: 080 49652699

  1. Sly Granny, Indiranagar

Sly Granny is a chain of restaurants that offers quality food at reasonable prices. The restaurant is at the back of our home, so we found ourselves making frequent visits for their excellent chicken fry.

The onion gravy and the fried chicken were amazing! We also tried their burgers and they were really authentic and tasty.

Where: Sly Granny, 3, 4 Floor, 618, HAL 2nd Stage, Indiranagar

When: 12 pm to 11:30 pm

Price: Rs. 2,500 for two 

Contact: 080 48536712

  1. Burma Burma, Indiranagar

Burma Burma is an elegant restaurant that specialises in spice-filled Burmese cuisine. The ambiance is excellent, the service is wonderful and the food is just perfect.

We loved their Tom Yum soup, followed by seku yoke (fried fish with mango pickle) and samusaische (beef ball). We were pleasantly surprised to see a Burmese Temple Set on their menu. It’s a meal consisting of vegetables, fish or chicken with rice and tea.  

Where: Burma Burma, 607, 12th Main Rd, 7th Cross, HAL 2nd Stage, Indiranagar

When: 12 pm to 3 pm, 7 pm to 11 pm

Price: Rs. 1,500 for two 

Contact: 080 43008120

  1. Street Storyss, Indiranagar

A few streets over from Taiki is Street Storyss, one of the good restaurants. The restaurant is housed in the old Indiranagar cinema and has a cosy ambiance. Their specialty is Fish curry with rice and Kathi Curry – a spicy fish curry.

Where: Street Storyss, 3155, Srinivasan Towers, Opposite Indiranagar Double Road

When: 1 pm to 11 pm

Price: Rs. 1,300 for two 

Contact: 080 49653364

  1. Phobidden Fruit, Indiranagar

Phobidden Fruit is a restaurant that serves great juices and food. We loved the ambiance and interiors at this place. Though there are not many options on their menu, the dishes are delicious and pocket-friendly.

Their speciality is Mekong Momos, Tamarind Crab, Reef Soup, which we recommend you try if you visit this place.

Where: Phobidden Fruit, 965, 12th Main, HAL 2nd Stage, Indiranagar

When: 12 pm to 3:30 pm, 7 pm to 11 pm

Price: Rs. 1,100 for two 

Contact: 080 41255175

  1. Sante Spa Cuisine, Indiranagar

The food served at Sante Spa Cuisine is delectable. We enjoyed our stay at the restaurant and recommend it to anyone looking for a relaxing meal. The restaurant serves continental, Indian and Chinese cuisine.

The Chicken Saltimbocca steaks are one of the finest dishes we tried here. They were deliciously juicy and meaty, served with fries and salad. Another must-try is Sante’s signature dish called Salmon Mango Salad which we highly recommend you try when you visit this place.

Where: Sante Spa Cuisine, 151, 2nd Cross, Domlur 2nd Stage, Indiranagar

When: 8 am to 11 pm

Price: Rs. 1,800 for two 

Contact: 080 45128828

  1. Bombay Brasserie, Indiranagar

A visit to Bombay Brasserie is a must if you’re in the Indiranagar area. The restaurant has a great ambience, the service is good, and the food must be tried.

Specially recommended is their Louisiana Chicken Bites from which we have never heard a single complaint. We recommend you try Rajasthani Potli Gobi Sawi Tawa Sabzi, which we felt was one of the tastiest dishes here. 

Where: Bombay Brasserie, 2989/B, 12th Main Road, Indiranagar

When: 12 pm to 11 pm

Price: Rs. 1,800 for two 

Contact: 080 41471004

  1. Glen’s Bakehouse, Indiranagar

Glen’s Bakehouse is a café that serves comforting foods like sandwiches and fries. It is located close to Indiranagar 100 ft road. What we loved about this place was its ambience. We recommend you try Chicken Achari Roll and Grilled Veg Sandwich when you visit here.

Where: Glen’s Bakehouse, 297, 100 Feet Road, Indiranagar

When: 9 am to 12 am

Price: Rs. 600 for two 

Contact : 080 41228773

  1. Mamagoto, Indiranagar

Mamagoto is a restaurant that serves yakitori, takoyaki and maki. It is easily identifiable by its green signboard. The interior design of the restaurant is very cute and modern.

The yakitori we tried here was excellent, with tender chicken and plenty of flavour, served with fries. Their maki are freshly made and are the best we have ever had in the city, served with fresh salad and ponzu sauce which enhance their taste to another level.

Where: Mamagoto, 949, 12th Main, Ground Floor, Off 100 Feet Road, Indiranagar

When: 12 pm to 11:30 pm

Cost for two: Rs. 2000 for two people 

Contact: +91 8040937237

Above restaurants are the best place to eat in Indiranagar. We strongly recommend you try at least 2 restaurants of your choice.

Tourist attractions in Indiranagar include:

  1. Equilibrium Climbing Station, Indiranagar

The Equilibrium Climbing Station is located atop a 40-m high rock. The climb is not difficult and the slope is gentle. It leads to a giant boulder that the climber can sit on and admire the spacious views. The facility is open from 9 am till 5 pm, daily except on Sundays, so plan your visit accordingly.

  1. Laser Castle, Indiranagar

If you enjoy playing with lasers, Laser Castle is a good place for you. It offers laser tag, laser maze and laser soccer, each of which can be played by four people at a time. The games are exciting and each is priced separately.

  1. Escape Hunt, Indiranagar

Escape Hunt is a driving game that requires players to collect all the stars and avoid hitting any obstacles. The driving time is a bit long, and it can be frustrating to lose, but the excitement of racing against the clock makes it worthwhile.

  1. The Otherworld Shop, Indiranagar

The Otherworld Shop is known for its make-believe games. You can act out fantasies like turning into a werewolf, a vampire or other extraordinary creatures. The shop also has space games, and you will get very involved during the game.

  1. The Humming Tree, Indiranagar

The Humming Tree is an old oak tree that has been covered with ornaments that make the entire area look gorgeous. More than 200,000 ornaments are hung from its branches. You can sit under the tree and enjoy the beauty and ambience.

In Summary

The best way to explore Indiranagar is by walking as it is one of the most happening parts of Bangalore. The restaurants here are not yet well-known, and you will never regret having stayed in one of them. The malls near the Indiranagar 100 ft road and other areas deliver great services as well. Just opt for a hotel that offers great amenities like gym and spa, for that additional health-related motivation.

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