Tuesday, November 13, 2018

The Reservoire - a must visit Restobar at Koramangala 5th Block, Bengaluru!



If you are looking for a place to unwind yourself after a tiring day at work, then head to The Reservoire at Koramangala 5th Block. Spread across three floors, this vibrant restobar offers good food, vfm drinks, and great music. Their English restobar setup with high bar chairs, rustic decors makes it a perfect place to grab your drink. The roof-top area is also very beautiful with a mix of the metallic and wooden seating area, tall lamps and also the display of abundant greenery gives this space a special look. If a pub/restaurant is packed on a Friday night means it’s definitely the worth-a-try place. I went here for a dinner with friends and family and all of us had a great time.



We started the dinner with ‘Homemade peanut masala’ which was served in paper cone cups.






From the appetizers menu, we tried the Stir-fried Mushrooms, Kung Pao Prawns, Fish and Chips, Grilled King Fish, Kandhari Murgh Tikka, Nimbu Murgh Tikka, and Thai Grilled fish. The Grilled King fish with masala crumb on top was so delicious. It was polished off in seconds, same with Kung Pao Prawns and tikkas. Every appetizer was served with salad or dip on the side. The quantity was good enough to satisfy our small group.









The Reservoire serves Geist craft beer and 6 varieties will be available on tap. I didn’t forget to order my favorite Stout beer – Uncle Dunkel. They have an amazing cocktail menu and you just select the base, and they will make a wonderful cocktail for you. As I love Vodka, I ordered ‘Pan Intended’ which had Vodka, Pan leaves, Cardamom, and Gulkand. The drink was okay and bit too sweet for my palate. The Gulkand and Pan flavors were refreshing though. The Whisky cocktails that my co-diners ordered were really nice.




After having such a wonderful set of appetizers there was hardly any space for the main course. So we ordered a Malaysian Chicken Noodles with Diced Chicken in Red Garlic Sauce. From presentation to taste, I just loved my main course.



Often at Restobars, the least expected thing will be a good dessert. Surprisingly this place serves some interesting desserts and we liked the classic caramel custard and tiramisu there.

Overall I had a great time at The Reservoire and would love to visit again to explore more. I have already added this place to my favorite list. A special thanks to Mr.Prathik and Mr.Samarth - the young entrepreneurs and partners of this place, who were kind enough to take our open feedback and also for providing wonderful hospitality. A meal for two (with alcohol) would be ₹1300/- (approximately).
Address:
The Reservoire
17th Main Road, Opp BonSouth
Koramangala 5th Block
Bengaluru
For table reservation, contact - 091489 09148


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