This Koramangala Cafe Serves Delicious Food & Has A Shooting Arena Too

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What Makes It Awesome?

A unique themed cafe that promises some great shooting practice along with some mouth-watering delicacies churning out of a small kitchen.

Yes, you heard it right, TrigerEato, as the name suggests is a shooting academy built into a cafe or you can call it otherwise as well. While the service is quick, you can still choose to do some shooting practice in the academy as you wait for your food.

But we, hungry lunch mongers were more focused on the food, so we started by ordering a bunch of starters and mains to share, all while sipping on delicious Oreo chocolate shake and virgin mojitos on a relatively hot Bangalore afternoon at this air-conditioned rooftop space. Both the mocktails were very refreshing and prepped our palate for what’s to come.

The masala chatpata corn and sprouts salad was fresh, spicy, and tasted wonderful. While the soup menu was quite extensive, I stuck to the classic tomato basil soup. It was one of the most delicious bowls of soup that I have had in recent times. With such finesse in the balance of flavours, it wasn’t too sour, had the right consistency, and a much-needed basil hit. I loved it, and I highly recommend it.

The Chinese Bhel had super strong with Chinese flavours; a strong hit of chilli and sauce with a mild sesame oil aftertaste, it grew on the palate over time.

Since this was a quick lunch before heading to the office, I humped on to another classic, an Aglio Olio with a slight twist of spaghetti. A perfectly cooked pasta tossed in garlic, chilli flakes, and olive oil. This dish is highly recommended.

The icing on the top was the most delicious paan flavoured panacotta ever. I loved the Indian flavours of this dessert.

If you are ever around the area looking for a great place to hang out or grab a quick lunch, TrigerEato is the perfect place. There are loads of board games if shooting is not your thing.

I will visit this rooftop for a lazy evening dinner soon.

How Much Did It Cost?

INR 1,000 - INR 3,000

Best To Go With?

Family, Big Group, Bae, and Kids.

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