My hunt for good food at new places is always on. Then there are places which are so familiar and comfortable that I just I just get up and head out there. So, on this lazy Sunday I ended up at Tuck Shop, a cute little place in Koramangala with menu which will satisfies my breakfast craving like no other. Interesting graffiti and paintings make this place even warmer.
The Tuck Shop
I took my sister there for a brunch and how she loved it. They have recently refreshed their menu and I had to try it!
The New Menu!
I tried the Waffle with bacon layered with cheese and more and it was ammmmaaaziinggg!!!! So heavenly, loved it.
Tikka Takka eggs
This place is known for its burgers and all day breakfast menus. The chef definitely deserves applause for the new additions to the menu. I am glad I have even more reason to visit the place again 🙂
Here, is the link to their page. Check it out!
Four Seasons Wines have come up with this amazing concept of combining brilliant food and the finest wines together. They have collaborated with some outstanding placing all over the country to deliver the experience to as many wine lovers as possible. The menu is well defined combining a 3 course or a 5 course meal with an exquisite range of wines by Four Seasons which brings out the best in both the food and the blissful drink. The spread is carefully prepared by the chefs and the wines are cautiously paired by the experts.
Gourmet Indulgence at FAVA
I had the Gourmet Indulgence experience at Fava, UB City. The ambiance was breathtaking, and the fountain made the place look even more exquisite. The spread was of a delicious 3 course meal with fine wine.
We started the night with some Lavosh with spicy tomato dip.
Lavosh with Spicy Tomato Dip
Appetizer – Plated Crabmeat Hummus, with avocado, tomato, onion, chilly, roasted cumin, green coriander and lime. The delightful carbmeat over hummus gave it a tricky taste. Paired with Sauvignon Blanc. The combination was truly a treat.
Plated Crabmeat Hummus with Pitta Bread
Main Course- Moroccan Honey, Cumin & Lemon Chicken with couscous, baby carrot and saffron garlic dip. Paired with Viognier, I tried it with Blush too and I enjoyed both the combinations in a unique way.
Moroccan Honey, Cumin & Lemon Chicken with couscous, baby carrot and saffron garlic dip.
Scoop of Vanilla Ice-cream with Almond
Four Seasons Wine
All in all had a really good experience at Fava thanks to Four Seasons Wines. Do try their Gourmet Indulgence if you get a chance. Cheers!
Four Seasons Wines is one of the most satisfying yet classy wines that I have had the pleasure of having. The colour, the taste and the essence of this drink is what has made me an ardent follower of this beautifully crafted drink. Last weekend Four Seasons launched the curtain raiser for the event ‘Four Season Gourmet Indulgence’ and I was lucky enough to be a part of it. The event took place at the Tower Kitchen, UB City, a beautiful place in the heart of the city.
The event consisted of pairing some of the finest Gourmet with Four Seasons Wines for a three course dinner. The food was carefully prepared for this occasion by the chefs of the partnered outlets; it was a truly mesmerizing gourmet experience. It was quite a treat for the food connoisseurs and at the same time, a challenge for the chefs to prepare their meals in accordance with the wines and they did not disappoint. The way the food blended with the wine was truly mesmerizing.
Four Seasons Gourmet Indulgence
Main Course- Lamb Shank
Four Seasons Wine
The Four Season Gourmet Indulgence is happening across 7 cities in India. Bringing together brilliant food and the finest wine together. Do catch it in your city if you get a chance because it is certainly something that should not be missed.
Four Seasons Wines Gormet Indulgence
I had an amazing evening with delicious food, fine wine and good company. Thanks to Four Seasons and Tower Kitchen.
Bangalore is home to many a restaurants which are renowned all India for their food and service.
On the 30th of June I had the honor of being a guest for the Woopathon organized by Wooplr
at the ‘Prost’
. I had a delightful afternoon, full of food, fun and frolic with the top food connoisseurs of Bangalore. My encounter of the day is what this blog is all about.
Located in the heart of the city, ‘Prost’, in Koramangala is a place where you can choose to either spend an evening to unwind or have a good get-together with old friends from college and share the insane nights you’ve spent doing crazy things.
Prost Brewpub in Koramangala
Agratha and me
Brewmaster Jonas explaining the brewing process
Prost’s Chef Mr. Nandana
- Grilled zucchini & feta roll
- Tortellini stuffed with roasted ginger & Pumpkin
- Prost Prawns (Bacon wraped prawns with wasabi mayo)
- Chicken rings & rolls
- BBQ Fish
- Watermelon & Feta (Layer of chilled watermelon and feta served with rocket & seeds)
- Warm Chicken & Pomegranate salad (Marinated chicken with bell peppers and ginger served with pomegranate dressing)
- Beggars Purse (Filo pastry stuffed with vegetable & cheese)
- Chipotle marinated coated stuffed fish with rice
- Lamb Shanks (Roasted lamb shanks served with grilled aubergine & Beetroot coolie)
Thanks Wooplr and Prost for the lovely afternoon and awesome food!
For more details follow the links 🙂
Sigh! Good food! Its a rush when you order something new from the menu and then wonder, how good will it be, if at all, it’ll be worth the excitement.
I keep contemplating the amalgamation of the recipe as mentioned in the description section of the menu. Imaging in the back of my mind, the probable outcome how ingredients combine to deliver a sweet, salty, dreamy or heavenly treat to my taste buds. My brain just won’t stop!
Then, there are those places which never disappoint!. I am a fan this place called ‘Truffles (Ice & Spice)’ in Kormangala, Bangalore. Bangalore residents would recognize this place as everyone who’s once been here would assert on the same.
I have tried almost everything from the menu and I love them all. My personal favorites are Ceasar Salad, Spicy Chicken wings and of coarse the Ferrero Rocher Cold Coffee.
I was lucky to get a table there last Sunday afternoon, as it’s flooded over the weekends. As a result the service is pretty lame during crunch hours. Also, if you want to catch up with friends, it is advisable not to come over during the weekend. The noise and the hustle-bustle might ruin up a good meal/meet.
I ordered, the Grilled Chicken in Mint and Rosemary Sauce and its was really good. The taste of Rosemary dominated the plate but I liked that! On the side, mashed potatoes, steamed rice, bread and steamed vegetable complimented the chicken. It was filling. A 10/10 from my side to Ice & Spice for the food and maybe a 10/10 for ambiance and service on weekdays when it’s moderately empty.
Grilled Chicken in Mint and Rosemary Sauce
Make sure you give it a try and the next time you’re there. There’s another Ice & Spice at the MG Road, here.