The quirky names of the dishes, the cool young vibe and Interesting food with great theatrical presentation makes 21st Amendment Gastrobar an amazing place to visit. Saw this place in Indiranagar as we were walking and searching for a new place . I never expected this place to be serving top-notch dishes. The presentation was totally exotic and a lot of attention and details has been given to the presentation of each dish. In terms of alcohol, the bottled beer game is strong but they need to upgrade their cocktails. Some were really good and potent but some needed some work. The ambience was peppy, large windows were there for proper ventilation, start lights make it a proper date place too. I saw all kind of crowd- friends, couples and family which was really nice to see in pubs. All the dishes are reasonably priced as compared to other pubs in that area, so I must say 21 Amendment Gastrohar is going to give tough competition to the neighbouring pubs. Drinks which I really liked were Agave Blazer, as a whiskey lover, this cocktail was just right, a slight twist to the original concoction, they added cinnamon and blazed it. Second one was the green old fashion, the twist here was the use of mint leaves, it was a refreshing touch to the original recipe. Now, coming to the food again we were around 9 people and we ate a lot. Here are my recommendations which are a must try for sure. Cream of mushroom soup- this was my absolute favourite in the vegetarian section, the mushroom purée had a nice creamy texture and soup was silky smooth. Mandya Kaal Soup- This one, in particular, was a treat to my sore throat. Perfect southern spices and chillies to keep to warm with a huge lamb shank. De-oxidised watermelon feta salad- The art and technique which went behind the presentation and taste was just theatrical. Bukhara E Sumeri Jinituia- This was an upgraded version of Dahi ke kabab, The super creamy curd and dried rose petal made this dish elegant. Fish- This was Moroccan inspired spiced grilled fish and was my favourite. Fresh flakey sea bass was a great surprise as I hate the over use of basa fish. The texture was perfect. In the mains, Nalli Gosht Bukhara e Nishat; a complete justice was done to the dish, absolute value for money, a long mutton shank cooked in a royal gravy and served with herbed rice. In the desserts: Desi Videsi- This was a unique dessert as it was Palak Halwa, I like Palak but I've never tried the sweet version of it. 007 & 1/2, Local bond: Well this one was again a unique dessert in a certain way, though the chocolate brownie here claims to use organic chocolate, what grabbed my attention was the cigar filled with Gajar ka halwa. Bulgarian Coconut Soufflé- This was the ultimate dessert, a must-try, the coconut is poached in Tia Maria(a dark coffee liquor) and then turned into a soufflé with coconut milk. My experience was excellent and would totally recommend people to pay a visit.
21st Amendment Gastrobar: A new hog spot
What Makes It Awesome?
What Could Be Better?
The cocktails still needs a bit of work
How Much Did It Cost?
₹1,000 - ₹3,000
Best To Go With?
Big Group, Family, Bae
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