Khanposh brings the slow, deliberate Awadhi style of cooking to the heart of Bengaluru. The restaurant aims to showcase the diversity of Awadhi cuisine across social strata, from the cuisine of the Nawabs to the common man. Here you will find spicy kema samosas, meaty biryanis, nihari and galavat ke kebabs, as well as seasonal specials like kamiri roti, kulcha, weekend and arbi salan, among others.
39, First Floor, 80 Feet Road, Opposite 12th Main Road, Hal, HAL Phase 3, Indiranagar; Instagram

House of Commons Terrace, JP Nagar

Enjoy Bengaluru weather and the changing of seasons from rain to cool clear skies. Enjoy a range of experimental gin and vodka cocktails, as well as well-known favorites such as mojitos, sangrias and mai tais. The menu features a mix of Indian and European dishes such as seafood recheado, desi scotch eggs (served with tomato pickle chutney), Kochi fried chicken, jaggery cheesecake and more, along with pizzas, pastas and salads.
No. 1, (Old 141/37), Rooftop, Highway 24, Marenahalli Road, Phase 2, JP Nagar

Coco’s Bar & Kitchen, Electronics City

Coco’s

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The bar is spread over two floors on bustling Church Street, which is home to art murals, street vendors selling ropes and the popular Blossom Book House. The outdoor dining area overlooks bright, leafy trees, and plants inhabit every corner of the space, offering a peaceful green escape. Go for a quick bite and drinks or a long, leisurely meal. The menu includes classic cocktails, local Toit beers and non-alcoholic “cocktails” for many customers. Find South Indian favorites like Butter Fried Chicken, Andhra Chilli Chicken and Pandi Fry, or choose from the many North Indian and European dishes on the menu.
Spencer Building, 86 Church Street, First Floor; Instagram

Enjoy, JP Nagar

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