Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Angeethi - Spreading Flavours of North India in Bangalore

Angeethi means a traditional cooking stove common in North India. It also serves as a place to keep you warm on a cold winter day. Like its name suggests, the Angeethi restaurant strives to bring the warmth and flavours of authentic North Indian cuisine to discerning diners of Bangalore.
The menu features all the delights of North Indian cooking, which has inherited the varied cultural influences of the region. You can get to taste the ever-popular vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes from Punjab and Rajasthan, the rich, meaty delights of Avadh, succulent kababs straight from the tandoor and much, much more. If you love seafood, there’s a delectable variety of fresh tawa fried fish.

The restaurant is spread over the roof top of Museum Inn Hotel on Museum Road off Church Street, Bangalore. Valet parking is available. The interiors are done up in contemporary style, with a rustic feel. The generous spacing allows diners a lot of personal space, and you can request a seat at the Chef’s counter, giving you a glimpse of the culinary delights being concocted in the open kitchen.
Copper utensils with stainless steel lining give the feel of authentic dhaba feeling. In the afternoons, a sumptuous buffet spread awaits you at a very reasonable price but in the evenings, you have no other option than A La Carte.
I was in Bangalore earlier this year and I wanted to host lunch party to a few friends. I was advised by an online friend to go for Angeethi and I found it the right place for a party with a small group with varied tastes.
Right from chaat like Paani Puri and Masala Puri on to Shorbas, paapads, kebabs, tikkis, tawa fried fish and other starters, the spread has chatpata veggies, chicken, mutton and paneer starters and main course, a variety of rotis served unlimited in baskets, veg and nonveg Biryanis, for dessert two flavours of ice cream, two kinds of sweets and assorted fruit pieces to finish off with healthy Ice Gola, a favourite ice candy we all used to relish when we were young! When I say healthy, I mean the ice they use for gola is made with pure filtered water and the flavouring ingredients are authentic. The one who makes the golas wears plastic gloves on his hands to ensure hygiene. A choice of three flavours is available.


With all that, the per head charges came to Rs.300/- inclusive of all taxes per head. Please check the latest pricing by logging into -

http://eveningflavors.com/Angeethi/Bangalore/1405/?gclid=CMWSmfGTqbMCFY4a6wodZ1kA7g

A traditional paan shop is set up where you can order paan of your choice at nominal extra price.
In short, if you want a complete and unique dining experience, Angeethi’s the place to be. I found the quality and the spread value for money and I hope, they maintain the same standard as they did when we visited there in April this year.

3 comments:

Sundari Kamath said...

Good post on Angeethi! A must try for me on my next visit to Bangalore:)

Anonymous said...

I had stayed at Museaum Inn in 2002. I had dined here.Sorry to say that I developed amoebiasis promptly.

Anita Duggal said...

I bookmarked this blog. I will try it this in summer.
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