Get, Set, Menu: Restaurants In The City That Offer Prix Fixe Meals

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Eating out is becoming an increasingly expensive affair in this city of ours. But who is going to tell our ever-growing appetites that? Don’t despair though. There is still a sliver of hope. Restaurants in the city are looking to ease the pain on our pockets with set menus that offer plenty of variety for a fraction of the price. LBB rounds up the restaurants that offer prix fixe meals.

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Pasta Street

This compact restaurant gives you bang for your buck with their set menus. You can sip on a glass of wine and wolf down garlic breads, pizzas, and pastas. Their five-course meal also comes with an option of dessert or dessert wine.

Where: 37/2 , Chicago Avenue, Cunningham Road

Price: INR 785 all inclusive per person {3-course}, INR 851 all inclusive per person{4-course}, INR 916 all inclusive per person {5-course}

Contact: 080 40976578

Timings: Monday to Sunday, 11am-11pm

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Hand-picked by the chef, the Taste of Yauatcha menu features the best the restaurant has to offer. Their flaky Baked Chicken Puffs, Vegetable Chive Dumplings, the subtly spiced Szechuan Mabo Tofu, Stir Fry French Beans with Shiitake Mushrooms, and Crispy Duck Rolls are all part of the star-studded lineup.

Where: 1MG Road mall, Bhaskaran Road

Price: INR 888 plus taxes per person {Veg} and INR 988 plus tax per person {Non-Veg}

Contact: +91 9222222800

Timings: Monday to Friday, noon – 11pm

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A hearty North Indian meal is what you get as part of the set menu option. You can choose between phulkas, parathas, rice or dal chawal to provide the necessary carbs. While the creamy curries, bowls of lentils, homemade pickles and desserts prove to be delicious accompaniments.

Where: 204, 5th Main, 7th Cross,1st Stage, Indiranagar

Price: INR 360 plus tax per person

Contact: 080 40949464

Timings: Monday to Sunday 12.30 – 3.30pm, 7 – 11pm

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Cafe Mangii

Mix and match Cafe Mangii’s menu offerings for a memorable lunch. For starters you can go with Jalapeno Cheese Balls, Garlic Bread, Buffalo Wings and Herbed Chicken. The mains feature their best pastas, risottos and pizzas. They thrown in a complimentary mocktail to round things off.

Where: 204/A, Comet Block, UB City, Vittal Mallya Road

Price: INR 499 plus tax  per person{2-course}, INR 549 plus tax per person{3-course}

Timings: Monday to Friday, noon – 4pm

Contact: 080 22682213 and 080 22270098

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Olive Beach

A three-course meal showcases this award-winning restaurant’s flavour-packed menu. You can start off with a soup, starter or salad. Then, move on to Olive Beach classics like the Pearl Barley Risotto, Pork Sliders, and Cajun Chicken before setting your sights on dessert.

Where: 16, Wood Street, Ashok Nagar

Price: INR 699 plus tax per person

Contact: 080 41128400

Timings:Monday to Saturday, noon – 3.30pm

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Alto Vino

Available for groups of ten and above {they will need at least 4 hours of prior notice}, Alto Vino’s set menu is a four-course affair that introduces you to the best Italy has to offer. Once you eat your way past the starters and soup, you can sink your teeth into Chef’s specials like the Pollo Alla Cacciatora, slow-cooked chicken done up in fresh herbs, or the Spigola, where sea bass is dressed up in parchment paper, house greens, lemon and wine. For dolci, you get their stellar Tiramisu.

Where: Bengaluru Marriott Hotel, 8th Road, Plot No 75, EPIP Area, Whitefield

Price: INR 3000 plus tax per person and INR 3,500 plus tax per person {the costlier menu comes with more options}

Contact: 080 49435000

Timings:Monday to Sunday, 6.30pm – 11.30pm

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