I don’t think this qualifies as an ‘official post’. I just wanted to share some pics of the food I’ve had on some of my recent travels J.
First up, is the Traditional French Chicken Soup from M Grill at Focus Mall,
It. Is. Heavenly. Honestly, you reach a level of bliss on having it. Mind you,
it’ll fill you up physically and metaphorically, so you’re not going to have
much space to eat anything else. Which is a pity, because their Alleppey
Chicken Curry is also to die for.
This pic is of the Chicken Pasta and Sweet Corn Chowder that I ordered from Au Bon Pain at Mantri Square Mall,
. To be honest,
I had heard a lot about this place and had great expectations, but felt a bit
let down. First of all, they charged us for a coffee we never ordered and then
didn’t serve us the fried egg that we actually
ordered. The rest of it wasn’t really impressive, though the garlic bread
wasn’t half bad. Bangalore
Fruit Freeze at Taco
Mantri Square Mall, .
This was super yum and super refreshing, especially during the hot day that we
visited there. A slight synthetic tang exists, but not enough to spoil the
slushie experience. Definitely recommended. Bangalore
Next is tea at Costa Coffee at Phoenix Market City,
. Again, not really impressive, though
Cub’s Cold Coffee was better. Somehow, I prefer the stuff at good ol’ Café
Coffee Day. Bangalore
We had lunch at Square Ruth from the
Food Court at Phoenix Market
City, . Cub had a double Cheeseburger
which wouldn’t fit into his tiny mouth, so I had to remove one of the burgers.
It was okay – the burger was juicy, the bread was soft, but I found the cheese
a tad salty for my taste. Bangalore
I ordered a Spaghetti with Meatballs from Square Ruth as well, which looked a bit messy. The sauce was too tangy – there were too many tomatoes in it!! The garlic bread was quite good – nice and crusty on the outside, soft and fluffy inside, with a perfectly herbed garlic butter on it.
Now for some of my recent cooking shenanigans. I tried out homemade Oreo ice cream with this recipe. It actually tasted good, but wasn’t as soft as store bought ice cream. I think I’m doing something wrong with the whisking technique.
Homemade wholewheat pizza has become a mainstay at our dinners nowadays. It really is so easy; make two pizzas at once, and freeze/refrigerate one for later. I especially love this version I made with paneer and mushrooms.
Since we’re talking about food pics, have you guys checked out my Pinterest boards – I’ve got lots of foodie stuff going on there!! What’s more, you might even find yourself pinned!
So there ends my little foodie post. Have you guys been to any of the places I’ve mentioned? How did you find the food there?