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Buffet Restaurants in Bangalore

In 18th Century, a unique pre-dinner alcoholic beverage set-up became predominant. This set-up evolved with time and today we have ‘Buffet’ with us. Bangalore has always been known for its workaholics and party bashers. It was necessary to bring about a foodie-revolution as well, for people here, who wanted to experience a change in their platters with the freedom to choose what, and how much, food they want on their plates.

Buffet in BangaloreWhat comes in mind when you hear about a buffet system is an open buffet; where you can freely choose from different delicacies and play with your taste buds, and the bonus- You are free to have as much quantity as you want! With a little innovation and smart business psyche, hotels adopted this arrangement of ‘Pay for the plate’ or ‘As-Much-as-You-Can’ buffet wherein the customer pays a fixed amount for the food they have.

There are many hotels in Bangalore which gather huge footfall because of their buffets. The buffets offer an array of dishes and are pocket friendly too! So, time to ditch that unhealthy street food.

Usually categorized into Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Midnight, Brunch, High Tea, Salad Bar etc,  Buffet systems are highly popular around the IT Hubs and on prominent business and administration roads in Bangalore.

For the morning hunger, you can find hotels like the Regaalis, The Ambient Turret, Aloft Hotel, Grand Mercule, the Solitaire, Savanna Sinclairs et al, who offer breakfast buffets ranging from 150 to 500 rupees and that too on all days of the week. Be prepared for an enthralling and tongue tickling experience with global cuisines on you platter, as continental, Chinese, Thai north and south Indian and many more to binge into.

Options like Binge on Sarjapur Road, Lumiere Organic Multi Cuisine, Punjab Grill, 100 ft Road’s “Over the top Terrace Lounge” and Bon South are all days open for finger-licking lunch buffets. Many famous hotels like An Elegant Elephant, Drumsticks, Dot.Yum and The Oriental Kitchen offer buffets on weekday and weekend basis. So, even if you’ve landed in the town in the middle of the week, Bangalore will keep your stomach filled all throughout your stay.

With night, sweeps the craving for a great meal to end the day. And Bangalore, being the Pub City of India, takes care that you indulge yourself well in the multi-cuisine dishes. All of the above mentioned restaurants and hotel also offer dinner buffets. Also try, The Black Pearl, Palki’s, ZAOQ’s, South Indies, Barleys’ Paprika, Zodiac, Sktylit and the list goes on and on. However, most of the eateries are not on a daily basis. The menu keeps on changing and so does the days fixed for the buffet. So, hop into any one of these and discover something new on the platter every night.

Bangalore Buffet System
To end hunger pangs of post midnight, many hotels and restaurants have started with the midnight Buffet system when Bangalore’s nightlife halts for some hours due to the government deadline.

For those late-night coffee houses and exotic dishes, try Bangalore’s Pinxx(Royal Orchid), Monsoon (The Park), South Parade (Chancery Pavillion), Café Mosiac, 24 Carats and Empire Hotel which have one of the best food sections of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes.

For calorie conscious people, do look out for Finger Buffet and Low-cal sections on the Buffet counters in Bangalore’s wide variety of healthy yet sumptuous food.

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