The Biere Club, 5th Anniversary Celebrations!

The Biere Club, Bangalore’s First Brewery witnessed its 5th Anniversary on 25th May. This called for a celebration as they completed five wonderful years of serving some of the finest craft beers and combinations of food that goes well with your drinks! Running a brewery is no easy task and achieving this to perfection continuously from five years is a commendable job. *Pat on the back* to the folks who are responsible to keep this place lively at all times. I was here for their Anniversary celebrations and this post talks about my experience here.

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Skylit Rooftop Dining – Citrus Cunningham Road

Citrus is a chain of hotels and resorts which has marked its presence in 10 most prominent cities of India. They are known for their vivid colors, kingly comfort, majestic grandeur and fresh ambiance which has a mix of both business class and a casual outlook. One visit to their property and you know that hospitality is best in class here, its all about the experience and memories. I was in Citrus, Cunningham Road for a bloggers meet on a Saturday evening, the venue for which was Skylit – A very cosy and relaxed roof top restaurant.

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The Biggest Foodie Contest – Barbeque Nation, JP Nagar

We all know what Barbeque Nation is known for – A meal which can go way beyond your appetite and still manage to give you something more in return to cheer about. Barbeque Nation has always kept its patrons busy by constantly organizing food festivals and various events. I was here for one such unique event in their JP Nagar outlet called The Biggest Foodie Contest which was sponsored by Nearbuy and BuzzInTown.

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SE01E05: UB City Food Walk at Cafe Mangii

Cafe Mangii is a cosy little place tucked in the corner of UB City 2nd level. Mangii has an all day menu serving you a handpicked selection of food and beverages, do check out their exotic wines section! Their elaborate offerings are spread across Mocktails- Smoothies, Cooler and iced teas when it comes to beverages and a vast classification which includes Soup, Salad, Small Plates (Appetizers), Fondue, Burgers, Sandwich, Pizza, Pasta, Risotto, mains and desserts! Well Yes, the menu is actually huge for a tiny place like this. The food here is an Italian affair altogether, Wood Fired Pizza being their Signature dish which is a traditional Italian preparation.

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Dawat E Khas – Hyderabadi Food Festival @Grand Mercure

Grand Mercure Bangalore presents Dawat-E-Khas, a ten day long Hyderabadi Food Festival which aims at bringing the rich heritage of Hyderabadi cuisine on to your platter. Enjoy a blend of handpicked spices with an art of slow cooking and rich flavors of exquisitely prepared dishes, which will undoubtedly tantalize your taste buds. The spread is organised for dinner only and offers a wide variety of specialties savored by the Nawabs! The best part about this festival is that it is set up in ‘By The Blue’, one of the most premium pool side restaurant in Bangalore which is housed inside the Grand Mercure property. The place has brilliant picturesque view of beautiful pool surrounded by lush greenery. Read on to know more about this all amazing Food Festival, details of which can be found at the end of this post.

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SE01E04: UB City Food Walk at Cafe Noir

Cafe Noir was our fourth stop on day-1 of this wonderful food walk in UB City. It is one of the most up-market cafes in Bangalore which is devoted to serve genuine and contemporary preparations from the French lands. Cafe Noir has a nice bistro like ambiance which lets you comfortably enjoy the French cuisine at its best. This place is determined to serve you all day with quality food from breakfast to dinner. Their menu is vast and covers a huge range of confections, beautifully crafted burgers and sandwiches along with wide varieties of eateries.

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SE01E03: UB City Food Walk at Rasavora

Welcome back to the next episode of our UB City food walk. After indulging on some super awesome food in Fava and Caperberry, our next stop was at Rasavora – The Royal Kitchen. A place is known for its mysterious blends between Rajasthani and Gujarati cuisines. Rasavora brings you the the magical food from palaces and their royal kitchens. Everything you see here, right from the cutlery used to the presentation of food is a leaf straight out of royalty and it is associated with an equally rich gastronomic legacy.

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