Park Square Mall: Here's Where You Need To Eat At

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Apart from shopping and things to do at Park Square Mall, we've got you covered with our list of the best places to eat at Park Square Mall. Whether you are looking for a quick snack before you head to the movies or a full-fledged meal during your office lunch break (we are looking at you ITPB folks), here's where to eat at the mall. 

Hard Rock Cafe

Whitefield folks, you don't need to make your way to MG Road now to get a slice of rock music and rock memorabilia. Hard Rock Cafe's new outpost in Whitefield is inside the mall and make sure you check out their Rockin' Lunch Buffet menu if you are coming during lunch hours. For after-work drink sesh, Happy Hours are from 4 pm to 8 pm every day, where drinks start at INR 99. Go on and have a rockin' time!  

Oliver's Pub & Dining

Oliver’s offers pizzas, loaded burgers and fries and other drool-worthy short eats and mains. What’s more, you can wash it all down with a good old mug of beer. The Sundried Tomato with Chicken Pizza and Arugula Bacon Pizza are our picks of the pizza section. 

California Burrito

Your quick fix lunch spot inside the mall, our go-to order is always the rice bowl and burritos. Service is quick here and you can either get your order packed or have it there. It also in our favour that there are budget options here, so if you can looking to cut down on how much you spend on food outside, you've options that start as low as INR 49. 


Bubble Tea, Pearl milk tea, or Boba tea -- call it whatever you want -- is what these guys are good at. With two size options to choose from -- a regular and a large -- pick from 12 fruit bases, nine milk bases and nine types of toppings. Our pick is the Taro (purple yam) milk tea with classic tapioca pearls! It's an alternative if you think you are drinking way too many cups of coffee or want something apart from regular tea. 

Chung Wah

If it's Chinese that you are craving for lunch, dinner or just about any time of the day, there's no better place than Chung Wah. Our go-to orders have always been Chilli Chicken, deep-fried Gobi Manchurian, Dragon Rolls, Crispy Devil Lamb and that oh-so-oily Fried Rice. And that Chilli Chicken gravy that comes with tender chicken. Lunchtime, the place gets crowded, so we recommend popping by a bit earlier.   

Barbeque Nation

Unlimited starters are what this corporate favourite (there's no way you haven't gone for a team lunch to Barbeque Nation) buffet restaurant is known for. With the starters that include chicken, seafood, vegetables, and even fruits (think pineapple) being grilled right in front of you, it's an experience that you need to share with your office folks. After all, come an ethnic day, festivals, or when you need an excuse to go out with the team, nothing like Barbeque Nation buffet spread. 


There's a lot of chai to drink here at Chaayos given the permutation and combination that goes into making a tea. Right from how strong you want your tea to the type of milk and additions, you can customise your cup of tea to the t. Snacks that include breakfast options as well as small bites that are very 4 pm hunger busters, if you want to get a breather while you are shopping, head here.