Slice of Ara­bia

India Today - - SIMPLY BANGALORE -

Some­times, all you want to do is loosen your waist­band, stop wor­ry­ing about calo­ries and eat un­til you’re out of breath. Savoury is a great place to do that while get­ting the most for your money. The multi cui­sine restau­rant that prides it­self for the Ara­bic part of their menu pro­vides stiff com­pe­ti­tion to its neigh­bour, Em­pire, on the lively Mosque Road. Just the smell of freshly cook­ing sh­warma is enough to lure a pedes­trian in­doors. Lo­cated in the heart of a foodie par­adise, Savoury is a gour­mand’s an­swer to an un­fet­tered rel­ish of meat and all its ac­com­pa­ni­ments. Whet your ap­petite with some Al Fa­ham chicken or a shawarma but tie your bib tight for the Ara­bian meat plat­ter. Truly a smor­gas­bord of the finest meats that the restau­rant of­fers, be wowed by tiny Lamb Ke­babs, Sheekh Ke­babs, Chicken Tikkas, fish and more. If you have room, the non- Ara­bian biryani, chicken or mut­ton, which comes topped with fried onions, is worth try­ing, al­though the Ara­bian biryani gets a fair amount of at­ten­tion as well. The menu cov­ers ev­ery­thing from Chi­nese to In­dian and plenty in be­tween. Break­fast is served too so you can start your day right with fluffy ap­pams and keema. The chicken mac­a­roni with cheese is just as fa­mil­iar and com­fort­ing as the gobi Manchurian. A tall or­der to ful­fill.

DON’T MISS The colour­ful falooda which comes in three dif­fer­ent sizes. One of the best in Ban­ga­lore

MEAL FOR TWO Rs 500 in­clud­ing taxes WHERE Mosque Road, Frazer Town TEL 49336333

“I had some of the Ara­bic- in­flu­enced dishes and I loved them. I like the qual­ity of the food and the place is clean,”

Waseem Khan, Pho­tog­ra­pher

SAN­DESH RAVIKUMAR

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