My previous post tried to highlight some UB City in general. Here on everything you read will be about food and different types of cuisines available from various restaurants in UB City! So, our first visit was at Fava, a specialty restaurant known for its Mediterranean cuisine. Fava overlooks the beautifully built amphitheater and is airy enough to revive your senses. This restaurant is a brainchild of celebrity Chef Abhijit Saha, the winner of ‘Best Chef in India Award’ in 2013. He is also the man behind this exciting menu which offers an excellent selection of traditional dishes from the Mediterranean land.
UB City barely needs any introduction in Namma Bengaluru, the fact that it is one of the first luxury malls to come up in India speaks for itself! This architectural marvel is easily the most famous structure in Bangalore. This multiple award winning legacy is a venture by UB Group. Constructed in a span of 4 years between 2004 and 2008, it was fully operational from January 2008. Since then UB City is known for a lot of things which are synonymous with opulence and luxury. Their ample parking space can accommodate 1600 vehicles which is by far the highest I have seen in a mall.
Mamagoto is a fun destination for a casual round of fusion dishes which has more emphasis on Pan – Asian cuisine. The word ‘Mamagoto’ itself translates to ‘fun with food’ and the chefs here have actually managed to bring out some very quirky dishes on their food and beverages menu. The on going food festival deals with soft shell Tacos, a Mexican delight which has undergone an Asian treatment. The vibrant platters and amazing cocktails are a visual treat in itself, so read on to know more about what’s offered as part of this food festival.
Yauatcha takes pride in celebrating the Dragon Boat festival, an age old fair celebrated during the month of June, 5th day of 5th month of the lunar calendar to be more specific. I happened to accompany my friend who was invited to the preview of this food festival. The limited edition menu is going to be offered throughout the month of June and includes a selection of sticky rice dim sum alongside a dessert inspired by rice wine which is enjoyed during this festive time and an exclusive cocktail.
Fairfield by Marriott Hotel @Rajajinagar just concluded a food festival which was a tribute to Hyderabadi cuisine. It started on 21st May and went on till 31st May, but was open for Dinner only. I along with my other foodie friends were invited over by Burrp to witness the brilliantly prepared dishes by expert chefs, and also to try our hands at preparing those dishes, yes a cook off which involved us to try our hands at some authentic Hyderabadi dishes!!! It seemed difficult as Hyderabadi cuisine is something which takes a lot of time to cook and the items are not heavily marinated. But then, the task was made simple as their main chefs helped us throughout the process. Read on to know more about this fun filled evening 🙂