The joy of going out for lunch after a very long time is something special. Sometimes the adult in you just feels like a kid who loves to explore food. Recently I visited Spiceklub in Bangalore. Tucked away in a small layout in Convent road, this restaurant offers modern Indian vegetarian cuisine.
The restaurant welcomes you with earthy and vibrant interiors. The teal blue walls with mustard yellow and floral upholsteries will surely grab your attention. The ambiance instantly lifts your mood.
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Whenever it rains in Bangalore, we all love our share of spicy chatpata chaats and snacks. Spiceklub has an array of beautifully created chaats and appetizers and if you like some drama and fun along with the food they present, they surprise you with some molecular gastronomy techniques.
Our small group started the lunch with a beverage called 'Mango on the Rocks' and 'Peru mousse'. If the Mango drink was made using modern techniques, Peru/ Guava drink had a hint of Chilli taste which takes you back to good old childhood memories.
I enjoyed all the appetizers I tried for lunch which includes Hazari Paneer Tikka, Pani Puri, Nanza (Pizza bites made with Naan as the base), Nitrogen Bhel, and Malai Broccoli. The surprise element for me was when they made Bhel right in front of us. They used edible plastic while mixing the ingredients and the plastic was made of potato starch. Once the Bhel was ready there was no trace of edible plastic packets used. It was fun to watch the staff making that chaat.
Spiceklub has an extensive menu when it comes to the main course. We tried assorted kulchas (absolutely loved their onion kulcha and mushroom kulcha), Naan and Veg Dum biriyani along with some popular North Indian dishes. They serve spicy onion rings, raita, and other accompaniments with the main course.
After a fabulous lunch, we ended our meal with Spiceklub special 'Bubbling kulfi' and 'Nutella cookie'. Both the desserts were made right in front of us and they gave us accompaniments like rabdi, berry compote, chocolate sauce, salted caramel, and fruit caviar for the in-house special Kulfi. I enjoyed the desserts thoroughly.
Our small group visited this restaurant on a Wednesday afternoon and the restaurant was almost full. So if you are planning to visit, book your table well in advance. Overall I had a great time at this restaurant and would love to visit again for yet another interesting experience.
#18, Convent Road
Shanthala Nagar, Richmond Town
Bengaluru - 560025
For table reservation, contact - +91 9886391000
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