Food Review : Bengaluru Brasserie at Hyatt Centric

 Hi Friends,

This week we went to experience food at  
The Bengaluru Brasserie at Hyatt Centric

Hyatt Centric is a new, full - service lifestyle hospitality brand designed for millennial - minded business and leisure travelers.
Hyatt Centric Bengaluru headed by its General Manager Mr. Varun Mohan is the first Hyatt Centric brand to enter India and is the twenty-third worldwide. Hyatt Bangalore MG Road was rebranded as Hyatt Centric on 23rd May 2018 with a vision to cater to savvy - minded millennial guests who come to the city to see what the city has to offer, be it business or leisure.

Hyatt Centric's in - house restaurant, The Bengaluru Brasserie, is a 24-hour restaurant which provides a casual dining area where you can enjoy native inspired food and signature cocktails.
Located at 4th floor The Bengaluru Brasserie provides indoor and outdoor seating options, near pool.

The garden of The Bengaluru Brasserie is the perfect spot to enjoy Bangalore’s year-long breezy weather, and provides a much needed retreat from the chaos of city life.
The breezy interiors encourage an environment of shared meals and socialising. On the menu is a selection of authentic sushi, dim sum, Asian entrées and Szechuan barbecue, together with Indian and western small plates, sharing and comfort classics.

We love Bangalore weather these days and decided for outside garden seating, the place was well lit with some amazing music being played.
Looked to be perfect setup to try cocktails, so we decided on starters and cocktails. We were really happy to see that both food menu and cocktail menu had some touch of Karnataka in it, read more to get details.

Salads and Starters:

We ordered some interesting named Starters as we wanted to experiment with food.

Boiled water chestnut and garlic chives dumplings, soy
Nice roasted garlic flavour, it enhanced the overall taste.

Chicken and coconut spring rolls, dried chilli sauce

Poached prawn, green mango, tomato and chili lime dressing
Chilli lime dressing is perfect for this salad, must try

Baby spinach, asparagus, feta, mango, passion fruit coulis

Drinks with starters

kapi curry
tequila, kahlua, espresso, curry leaves, simple syrup, lime
Nice twist to espresso

white rum, pineapple, sage, angostura, elderflower infusion, lime

From Wraps section

Hand pulled pork pao, kimchi slaw and bourbon bbq sauce
Well if you are here you have to order this, the BBQ sauce was just perfect, not sweetened  to death, and perfect combination of pork and spices..

From Asian Affair

Fired satays, spiced chicken, lamb, peanut sauce, acer

 Lamb randang, steamed jasmine rice
Again one of the recommended dishes, a must have

From Country Side

Ragi dosa, duck and tomato chutney
Duck ragi dosa, yes it is.. one of the amazing dish for the evening. A definite try when you are here, else you will miss one great dosa..

Drinks with Main course

Chill madi
gin, cucumber, dill leaves, simple syrup , lime
Refreshing drink

Whisky, angostura, salted caramel, dehydrated orange
Whisky based drink with awesome punch of angostura bitters


Ras malai cheese cake, roasted almonds and raisins
Never had this version of Ras malai, let me tell you ras malai is my fav and I don’t like much experimentation with it, but this version I loved, tasted like Chamcham though..

The setting of Bengaluru Brasserie is perfect to enjoy a late afternoon or early evening drink before heading for a night out. This modern urban bar showcases artisanal spirits, craft beers, twisted mixology, fiery cocktails and a global and local wine library by the glass or flight.

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