Break­ing bread

India Today - - SIMPLY BANGALORE -

Ban­ga­lore takes its Sun­day brunch very se­ri­ously. On a lazy Sun­day, fam­i­lies and groups of friends make a bee­line to have a hearty brunch and Shiro is one of the most pop­u­lar choices. Great mu­sic, de­li­cious food and drinks and your best re­sort wear finds a place on the sunny wooden deck or the stylish in­doors whose cen­tre piece is a huge Bud­dha head. On the menu, you get Asian soups and sal­ads, sushi and dim sum while veg­e­tar­i­ans can gorge on stir fried veg­eta­bles and Thai curry. If you’re will­ing to get your hands a lit­tle dirty, the Chicken Let­tuce Wraps can be fun as you roll up your sleeves and put the dif­fer­ent el­e­ments to­gether in your plate to bite down on some crunchy let­tuce and diced chicken with wa­ter chest­nuts and mush­rooms that have been tossed in chilli hoisin sauce. Un­lim­ited drinks make the mood a bit more fes­tive as cock­tails, mock­tails and wines flow freely. The space tran­si­tions just as nicely from a place for lunch with the girls to an el­e­gant venue for a ro­man­tic evening dur­ing the week. DON’T MISS Prawn Mon­go­lian Parcels

MEAL FOR TWO Rs 1,850 plus taxes for the Sun­day brunch WHERE UB City, Vit­tal Mallya Road TEL 41738864

“When it comes to brunches, Shiro is by far the most “party” brunch in all of Ban­ga­lore. What’s best about it is that it feels like a posh and naughty ex­ten­sion of Satur­day night,”

An­gela Car­son, Ban­ga­lore blog­ger

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