Ten-Second Takeaway

A food court minus the mall, Eat Street offers American, Chinese, Middle-Eastern and Indian food, plus entertainment in the form of live music.

Chow Down

Chikken Tikka from Punjabi Rasoi, Veg Biryani from Kaaram

Sip On

Watermelon Juice at Chaai Resto

Winning For

Street food, an eating out cum entertainment space, all rolled into one.

Lowdown On The Ambience

The ambience here is best experienced at night, streams of LED lights coupled with the live music giving it a festive air. Two-storied, and done up in a multitude of colours, Eat Streets puts fun at the foremost. For instance, you might find youself sitting on what was formerly a barrel, cut and welded to suit its new purpose. The stalls are close together, meaning you won’t have to keep wandering far just to order your food.

What’s On The Menu?

Chaat, burgers, pizzas, biryani, hot dogs, noodles, parathas — it’s all there at Eat Street. We tried and loved the Chicken Tikka from Punjabi Rasoi — spicy, cooked to a juicy tenderness, served quickly. While most might wave aside “Vegetable Biryani” as a eupheism for pulav, it bears mentioning that if you order it from Kaaram {an Andhra joint}, you might change your mind. Expectedly spicy, the rice and vegetables were soft, the flavour being further enhanced by the cooling raita. Though we enjoyed the Chilli Dog from Mr Meow, eating out of the pamphlet paper was rather messy. We hope they get their plates right soon. For those with a sweet tooth, check out The Sweet Spot with it’s choice of Indian sweets such as carrot halwa, rasmalai and rasgulla, and western varieties {which were meh}, such as chocolate mousse, banana cake and brownie with hot chocolate.

So, We’re Thinking…

While this isn’t a place you’d want to travel half-way across the city for, it certainly makes for a decent, casual evening out with friends or family.

Where: 900, 80 Feet Road, 6th Block Koramangala 

Price: INR 35 upwards

Contact: 080 42296566

Timings: 7am-11pm

Find them on Facebook here.


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