MTR To Toscano: Satisfy Your Hunger Pangs At These Places In Forum Neighbourhood Mall

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Now that you are done with your shopping spree, let’s get down to real business - Food! Whether you are taking a break or just wrapping up the day out Forum Neighbourhood Mall with a good meal, there are plenty of places to choose from. We’ve curated the list of restaurants that you can head to in Forum Neighbourhood Mall. So, when the hunger pangs call, you know where exactly to go.

Pind Balluchi

Missing that good old authentic makki ki roti, sarsong da saag and dal makhani, Pind Balluchi in Forum Neighbourhood mall is where you should be dining at. Known for their kebabs, one must try the Mutton Boti Kebab which sits in a special marinade before it is cooked. They have Dhaniya Murgh Curry, Punjabi Fish Curry, Aloo Paratha and Lemon Corn Rice that you can order from among other choices. When you are in Forum Neighbourhood Mall and craving for some ghar jaisa khaana, head to Pind Balluchi.


End your shopping date with bae with some good Italian food and a glass of wine at Toscano at Forum Neighbourhood Mall. Try their pasta, thin-crust pizzas, and lamb chops. Do give their Sunday brunch a try and eat and drink all that you can for a boozy Sunday. Ideal for a date night, Toscano is always a crowd favourite. 


When in doubt, MTR is always the answer. If you are looking to eat something light and authentically South Indian, more like authentic Karnataka food, MTR is the best choice. Try the signature Rava Idli, Bissibelebath, Idli, Vada or Masala Dosa. They also serve special meals and mini-meals for lunch and dinner. End your meal with a hot cup of filter coffee. 


For those with a sweet tooth, Smoor is a heaven in disguise. Head to the Smoor kiosk in Forum Neighbourhood Mall and get yourself everything from cupcakes to chocolates. They have Red Velvet Cupcakes, Rainbow Cakes, Macarons and even Hot Chocolate for you to indulge in. Don’t forget to buy their chocolate bars to gift it to someone or just for yourself. 

Food Court

Just can’t decide on what you want to eat or each person wants to eat something different? Don’t worry, head straight up to the food court in Forum Neighbourhood Mall and choose from Domino’s Pizza to Beijing Bites. There’s Squeez juices, Mc Donald’s, Subway and even Rajdhani for you to choose from.