Fava, UB City – Sustainable and Organic Mediterranean Indulgence

If you have been wanting to eat at city’s best Mediterranean restaurant then this post is going to help narrow down your list. The restaurant in question is Fava, a new age fine dine restaurant that is located in the most luxurious arcade of Namma Bengaluru, the UB City. It comes under Avant Garde Hospitality, a young and dynamic company started in 2008 by Chef Abhijit Saha and Shruti M Saha. Fava overlooks the majestic amphitheatre and offers one of the best views of the historic Cubbon Park in the backdrop. But then, what makes Fava so distinct when compared to other restaurants? Read on to find out!

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SE01E02: UB City Food Walk at Fava & Caperberry

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.

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SE01E01: UB City – Abode of Style & Luxury Dining

IMG_20160616_182859092 (2)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.
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