Ten-Second Takeaway

Vegetarians unite, as TAG Gourmet by Chef Ranveer Brar is ready to conquer the industrial hub of Kamala Mills – with its exceptionally diverse menu and a beautiful kitchen setting. Combing the art of dining and wining, it’s an all encompassing experience.

Green Is Gourmet

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This all-veggie place is going beyond your typical paneer, Udipi style food offering. Instead expect Chef Brar’s carefully curated menu, which plays on the vegetarian dishes he’s seen and eaten during his travels.

Picking up inspiration from here and there, Brar’s vision has culminated into a fine dining restaurant with some fantastic dishes for patrons to savour.

Not just the kitchen, there’ll be an art space, The Amateur Gallery {TAG) encouraging and supporting upcoming artists and their artwork. A two-in-one restaurant providing food and art for the soul, TAG would be on the ground floor, with the dining keeping up its place on the first place.

Chow Down

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The menu is as intriguing as Chef Brar’s travels – traversing through Europe, and around. They offer small plates with five plate tastings.

The state-of-art menu includes kale and mushroom cappuccino {white chocolate truffle froth topped with porcini dust and filled in a cheese puff}, papardelle, mock duck vindaloo, buckwheat Udon, tea smoked tofu {a great addition to tea-infused dishes}, Curry Laksa and so much more that we’re baffled at how different ingredients have come together to redefine the beautiful all-vegetarian concept.

Sip On

There’ll be a rather fine selection of wine – which can be paired with the taster dishes.

So, We’re Saying…

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TAG GourmART Kitchen opened to the public on Tuesday, 6 December for dinner – and is now on for business. We recommend booking a table first. Go here if you love to dine fine, and check out cool art. It’s a great addition to the vegetarian eating out community, letting us veggies pick and choose from the land of exotic veggies.

Photo courtesy: Tag GourmArt Kitchen