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Four Seasons Indiranagar Bangalore

One of the challenging tasks in office is to zero-in on a place for a Friday team lunch. The challenge is to find a place which the veggies are comfortable, satiates the meat lovers and has enough space to accommodate the entourage 😀

Indiranagar in Bangalore has no dearth of restaurants which tick the first 2 aspects of the above, but lose out on accommodating a pultan of 20 hungry humans on a Friday afternoon – 4 Seasons, a multi-cuisine restaurant is the answer 🙂

About 4 Seasons:

Located on the the 4th floor of Navajyothi on 100 feet road opposite the Peter England showroom close to the KFC, the view from this restaurant  is the tree canopy of the 100 ft road.

Word-of-mouth is a very tricky word; I have stumbled and fumbled across some truly great and truly disastrous places to eat 😀 Gladly 4 Seasons falls under the good ones!

Word-of-mouth also suggested Chicken Biryani, Starter Platter (Veg and Non-Veg ) and the Hyderabadi desserts.

Chicken Biryani at 4 Seasons Indiranagar Bangalore
Chicken Biryani – A must have 🙂

Our Order:

–          Chicken Biryani

–          Veg Platter

–          Non-Veg Platter

–          Mutton Biryani

–          Naan Platter

–          Hummus

–          Veg Biryani

–          Double ka meetha

–          Khubani ka meetha

Veg Platter, an assortment of grilled paneer, gobi manchurian, baby corn fry, grilled corn and mushrooms – was good, not great; but good enough to order another one. Portions are large enough to fill 3 super hungry people.

Veg Platter at 4 Seasons Indiranagar Bangalore
Veg Platter – delight for a veggie !!!
Paneer stuffing Veg platter at 4 Seasons Indiranagar Bangalore
Paneer stuffed roll part of the Veg platter

Non-veg platter – Well I am a strict veggie with a weak knee for eggs; looked massive in terms on quantity.  4 Seasons don’t serve pork or beef – only chicken and mutton.

The Hummus was an absolute disappointment; Naan platter(assorted tandoori breads) was filling and ok.

The biryanis and the desserts took all the limelight and were absolutely delicious 🙂

Vegetable,Egg and Chicken Biryani at 4 Seasons Indiranagar Bangalore
Biryani Huddle 😀

Two dessert stalwarts of Hyderabadi cuisine – Double ka meetha ( toasted bread with rabdi) and Khubani ka meetha ( sweet based on apricot) tasted out of the world*

Khubani ka Meetha at 4 Seasons Indiranagar Bangalore
Khubani ka Meetha – Another must try !!!
Double ka Meetha at 4 Seasons Indiranagar Bangalore
Double ka Meetha – Yummmmmmm !!!

* This is my first stint with these sweets; send me a comment if you a find another place which beats these in Bangalore!!

SWEET ALERT: A single cup of these are super rich, took 3 of us to finish a single cup of meetha.

A meal is incomplete without the Double ka meetha and Khubani ka meetha, try them and you shall thank me 🙂

PS: Found the new skill of remembering the order of each one of the 20 team members : D

Bragging rights renewed : P

Verdict:

The food turned out to be very good, MUST VISIT 🙂

10 responses to “Four Seasons Indiranagar Bangalore”

  1. expatchef Avatar

    All of it looks delicious!

    1. Ajay Ananth Avatar

      Thanks, yes they do churn out some yummy food 🙂
      Although the humus was an absolute disaster; my search for good humus in Bangalore continues!!

      1. expatchef Avatar

        Make your own! It is always better home made, why don’t you try my recipe for the beet hummus and omit the beets? All you have to do is add a dash of cayenne pepper and a drizzle of olive oil, and it is perfect!

      2. Ajay Ananth Avatar

        Nothing can beat Homemade stuff; my cooking skills are super poor, I enjoy clicking food much 🙂
        I would love to shoot your preparations someday 🙂

      3. expatchef Avatar

        Oh wow! Thank you! It would be an honour. But I bet you could make the hummus….it is really easy! :.;)

      4. Ajay Ananth Avatar

        I appreciate your confidence; sounds like I have found by weekend task 😀

      5. expatchef Avatar

        I know you can! It’s fun, and you’ll be an expert in no time!

      6. Ajay Ananth Avatar

        Thanks 🙂

  2. Pradeep Srinivas Avatar

    great review … now you give us the places to eat .. and we(sorry applies to some ;-)) lazy bums will just go there and order … can you also leave a note there reading “Ajay’s Recommendations lol” Ahhh now u know i was a little lazy to read your blog (“sigh” just kidding)

    Great reviews … keep hogging and keep blogging 🙂

    1. Ajay Ananth Avatar

      Thanks Pradeep 🙂
      Nice suggestion – I should have a section on my recommendations
      Hopefully my next blogpost is the Leh Travelogue.

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