Street Bites

India Today - - SIMPLY BANGALORE - Aye­sha Aleem

The name comes from In­dia’s in­ter­na­tional tele­phone code, Plus 91, at Whitefield, aims to of­fer best of In­dian street food un­der one roof.


The restau­rant opens onto a party deck, that shows an op­ti­mum use of a small space, that ex­tends to the main din­ing area. Plus 91 should be on your list when you want a fun, laid­back evening with friends. The food is served on dried leaf plates and bowls to give din­ers a more au­then­tic street food ex­pe­ri­ence. Dip into some tangy pani puri, flavour­ful chaat and fin­ger foods fresh from the tan­door. Think pa­neer tikka, with spices that have seeped right through to the juicy cen­ter or tan­doori stuffed mush­rooms that ex­plode with flavour in ev­ery bite. The Frankies are worth a try too, stuffed with crunchy veg­eta­bles and spicy sauces that pack quite a punch. Seafood en­thu­si­asts can tuck into grilled prawns with mildly spiced herb sauce. Wash all this down with a chilled drink from the well stocked bar or pick a mock­tail. The menu also has pasta and siz­zlers if you are ex­tra hun­gry. The best way to bring this meal to a close is with a help­ing of laugh­ter and spoon­fuls of rich caramel cus­tard. Meal for two Rs 1,200 At Phoenix Mar­ketc­ity, Whitefield, Ban­ga­lore Tel 30412940


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