May 21, 2011

Caffe Pascucci!

Location: 2713/1, Adipamapa Road VinayakaNagara, Open from 9am to 11pm all days !

Cuisine: Italian

Hunger hotline: 0821 2511125

Caffe Pasucci  is like a gleaming ray of hope for continental food in Mysore. I went to this place once and I am hooked! Four visits in a week.. Phew! Yet, not sufficient to try all the items on their elaborate menu of over 120 dishes- Pizza, Pastas, Salads, Sandwiches, Paidinas (Wraps) ,.. the list goes on!

If you are a coffee lover- head to this Caffe.. right away because they have like 12 varieties of Expresso including a Decafe , 12 varities of Cappuccino , 7 kinds of hot chocolate and yes.. Brace yourself..5 options for filter coffee. All brewed to perfection by the brew masters trained in Italy and the coffee beans sourced from various countries!

Of course they also serve ice-creams, pastries, pie, soft drinks, fresh juices and different types of tea! I am not yet done with the menu here.. the  thin crust pizzas!  You have to eat it to know it!  This menu is also extensive as they give customer an option to design dishes with picks for the list of their ingredients.

If you are already impressed by the items.. now lets talk about the taste!  If you order pasta, you could expect well garnished, pasta of your choice soaked and served with creamy white or red sauce soft as it would melt in the mouth! A pizza would mean a well baked thin crust- topped with excellent mix of well cooked vegetables and indulgent mozzarella cheese!  While these are delicious.. The smoked chicken pasta with red sauce could be a disappointment!  The cafe options seem like a grand compliment to the meal bonanza. Served with fresh swirled cream and chocolate coated caramel sticks slipped in for added zing!

The fast moving items here are the veg and chicken Lasagne, Chocolate and coffee frappes, BBQ Salads and Apple pies! I personally found the Apple pie amazing but little dry. You might want to order additional Chocolate sauce to compliment it.

All said – the prices here are ahem..high! But the pizzas are well priced around 150 compared to the other famous pizza joints.  A veg meal for two including a starter, pizza, pasta and dessert would cost about 400 while the non-veg meal of the same items would cost about 500-550. If you are hard pressed on time maybe could order their express meal option which gets you a filling mix of various items.. what more it works out  cheaper too! 

So what Mysore Foodies finally say:

Food- 4.00 burrrps!

Ambience -4.00 burrrrps!

Price- 3.00 burps!

Service- 3.75 buurps!

One final word of caution- Italian food demands acquired taste so if you don’t like anything.. give your taste buds some time.

Psst.. It makes a classic hangout destination!

April 13, 2011

Little Woods!

Location - Opp. Jockey Quarters, Chamundhi Hill Road #1

Cuisine- Multi-Cuisine

“Little woods- A vegetarian bistro” is a new restaurant that is set on the Chamundi Hill Road. Beautiful environs and a homely setting make this place a perfect destination for travellers and locals.  This little place pleasantly surprised us as we noted it gives us four seating options- Roof top, Garden, Road View and closed. 
When it comes to food- the sure shot, near perfect, mouth watering items on their elaborate ten page menu are the South Indian varieties. After having tried all the Dosa options they have- I highly recommend Little Woods Onion Dosa. By my experience so far… I can say it’s the best in town. Also, the Vada Sambhar is something you cannot miss.

While the South Indian varieties are yummy and a must try, the North Indian varieties are reasonably good and the Chinese dishes can be given a skip. But, Little woods has a lot more to offer- appetizing South Indian and North Indian Thali’s  which provide one with sufficient quantity and variety that it’s a good bet for the money they charge for it! They also have different chaats which add more value to their menu. Made with fresh cut vegetables and crispy paparis and puri’s- they make a good evening snack or a side kick with dinner.

When it comes to desserts and drinks- you can choose from the traditional Indian sweets and ice-creams or you may just give desserts a skip and go for different lassies and fruit juices they offer.

The service is good. The waiters are so homely and friendly that you can pleasantly ignore their little mix-ups once in a while.

Overall I would say it is a nice place to loosen up with friends and family on lazy weekends. And, it goes light on your pockets too!

The Mysore Foodies rating

Food – 3.75

Ambience - 3.75

Price – 4.0

Service – 3.5

March 19, 2011

Jewel Rock!

Location : Sri Harsha Road, Mysore

Cuisine: Multi Cuisine

Walking through Sri Harsha road, one can find a number of restaurants – the Andhra style to the multi cuisine. One of these myriad restaurants is ‘Jewel Rock’. With the symbol ‘JR’ outside, it ensures people don’t miss it.

Jewel Rock is a multi cuisine restaurant with Chinese, North Indian, South Indian cuisines. Vegetarian as well as non – vegetarian options are available here.

 If you get to the restaurant around 8 in the evening, it might be a little difficult to find a table. After a little bit of waiting, you will be helped by the waiters for finding a good table in the softly lit setting of the restaurant.
Jewel Rock is best for a relatively quite dinner with family (A roof top option which serves alcohol is also available) The place is medium sized with tables in close proximity of each other. The space utilization is quite commendable but if you are the kind of person who needs to exercise your kinesthetic freedom, Jewel Rock may not be the best place for you.

For starters, the spring rolls, Manchurians, masala papad are the best options if you are a vegetarian. For non vegetarians, the tandoori platter, kalmi kabab, haryali kabab and chicken soup are the best bet.
The vegetarian North Indian options include rotis, subzis and the different rice dishes like biryani and pulao. The veg. hyderabadi, veg kolhapuri,veg dopyaza, malai kofta etc are tasty and well prepared. For the non vegetarians, the chicken hyderabadi, chicken chettinad etc are excellent. The chicken here is generally well cooked and has a fine taste. There are juices and ice creams for dessert.

The service is quick however, the waiters are not always courteous.The prices are justified for middle class pockets. A meal for two would cost Rs.250

Jewel Rock is one of those places which can be frequented with family and friends. It is simple and serves good food.  There are concerns that the place is losing its earlier charm and the quality of food is deteriorating. Hope they keep up the name they have earned.

Ratings by the Mysore Foodies

Food – 3.75 buurps

Ambience – 3.6 buurps

Service – 3.25 buurps

Price – 3.75 buurps

March 7, 2011

Cafe Aramane

Cuisine- Multi cuisine (Vegetarian)

Location- Sayaji Rao Road, next to SBI

Café Aramane is a hot destination located amidst the hustle bustle of the famous shopping spot Devraj Urs Road and the connecting link to the city- the city bus stand. “Aramane” in Kannada translates to Palace in English, as the name suggests this restaurant has ancient royal interiors played down with simple and modest seating arrangements which make it a homely destination for many tourists and localities.  Its walls are adorned by paintings of the famous Mysore Dusshera procession. Its windows are artistically decorated.

From my innumerable visits to this place – all I have to say is, this place has never disappointed me, be it Chinese, North Indian or crispy yuuummm dosas with mouth watering chutneys. They also have a special dosa for every day of the week!!  The crispy vegetable noodles are also a very good option to look out for in their menu.

While you can be rest assured the main course is always going to taste good, the desserts though not a wide variety are enjoyable too. One thing you dare not give a miss here is the fruit salad with or without ice-cream. Luscious cuts fruits layered with sweet honey give it a very typical taste which makes it one of the must popular items on the menu.

The best part of the whole Café Aramane experience apart from the warm service is the modest rates. A meal for two inclusive of the desserts would cost about Rs.200. That’s it!

Mysore Foodies Rating

Food- 4.0 Buurps

Ambience- 3.75 Buurps

Price- 4.0 Buurps

Service- 4.0 Buurps

February 23, 2011

Gayathri Tiffin Room

Cuisine - South Indian (Breakfast)

Location - Chamundipuram main road

Gayathri Tiffin Room or simply GTR is one of those restaurants that define the taste of Mysore (for breakfasts!).  It is an iconic restaurant that is a must visit for anyone who comes into this city.

GTR represents the heritage of the city and the building is a testimony to the same. It is a couple of decades old and still maintains the old ‘look’. GTR is open only in the mornings till 11 AM. It is open on all days except Mondays.  

After a wait of about one & half years and after facing many barriers – not being able to wake up early, 9 AM classes, landing there on Mondays and so on, we finally made it to the famous GTR. We had no choice but to be extra thrilled.

It has a tiny entrance which looks like old retail stores. The restaurant or the ‘tiffin room’ as it is known, has a wide variety of South Indian breakfast items – It serves Idlis, all types of dosas, puris and a myriad rice items. 

We placed the order – Masala Dosas, kesari bath and idli vada by the counter at the entrance.   The service here is fantastic! We hadn’t even settled into our seats at the special "ladies and accompanied by ladies only" section (Yes - all you men need to be accompanied by women to enter this section), the waiter had already served the items.  We started with the Masala Dosa – I must say, we have tasted much better dosas in other restaurants but what was truly appealing about this one was the downright ‘homely’ taste. I suddenly remembered mom. I’d have probably thrown a tantrum or two if a dosa was burnt at home, but at GTR, I ate with gusto – because not many places can remind you of home when you are away.  

The most delightful items we tasted were the Idli and the vada. It has been a very long time since we tasted that kind of authenticity. Our breakfast came to an end with kesari bath and coffee. We had hoped for stronger coffee and something extra in the kesari bath but I guess it was the ‘ homeliness’ of it all. I can’t say we were disappointed by that but were just happy that we had finally been to the Iconic ‘GTR’ and had an authentic taste of Mysore.  

Oh by the way,  the prices – Modesty at its best! The entire breakfast went really light on our pockets. A breakfast for two would cost about Rs. 100. 

Ratings by the Mysore Foodies

Food – 3.75 buurps

Ambience -  3.5 buurps

Price – 3.8 buurps

Service – 4 buurps

So what do we have to say about GTR?? Good place for a decent breakfast, especially if you are on the run.  Idli – vada - a must try! For all those of you who haven’t been here before –  wake up early and head out to have a tasty start for your day.

February 13, 2011

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February 7, 2011

Jalpaan- dining saga!

Cuisine - Italian and Indian

Location- Landmark, JLB road, near Ramaswamy circle

As the name suggests, Jalpaan serves you everything from Jal to Paan i.e. from a good start of a meal to a grand end!  They serve North Indian and Italian food. 

It definitely makes a good vegetarian fine dining place with its classy and well designed decors. The service is commendable. At each stage there are people to guide you. I have always longed for such courtesies. Glad to finally see a place doing it right!

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We explored the food offerings in the lunch buffet with a wide spread- all @Rs.169/-  It started with Manchow soup that had crispy noodle strings dipped in it. We were particularly delighted to find the soup heated to the right temperature, just hot enough for it to taste good and not burn the tongue. The starters offered were Kababs, Hawaiian Salad, Fettuccine Pasta, Baked Alu, Papads, Kanda(Onion) pakodi chaat, Channa chaat and more! Ya.. we tasted everything and it tasted nearly perfect except for the Kababs which could have been little hotter. 

The main course included Palak Paneer, and "Milli Tilli".. a dish that tastes as interesting as it sounds. [:)] The vegetables were well cooked, neatly garnished and well presented.  In case you are the kind who likes  a little less masala in your Sabjis, Jalpaan offers perfect food! They had  tomato corn bhartha and  dal, both of which suit the tastes of people who like mild sweetness in their food. They actually asked us for our choice of Indian bread- Tandoori roti or Kulcha and Kulchas we opted for arrived hot. 

The rice offerings were Sabji Biriyani and Plain rice. Sabji Biriyani had a splendid blend of spices and vegetables. The spices were well balanced to go easy on the tummy. 

Here, one can opt to end the meal with curd rice or pamper that sweet tooth with an ice-cream and an Indian sweet. I opted for the Saboodana Kheer which tasted fine. I was so stuffed with the yum food that I had to let go the ice cream!

An  A' la carte meal for two would cost something close to Rs.500/-

So our final verdict- Jalpaan is a breath of fresh air with a great equation for food, ambiance and service!

Mysore Foodies Rating

Food - 4.25 Buurps

Price - 4.00 Buurps (Buffet)
         - 3.50 Buurps (A' la carte)

Ambiance- 4.00 Buurps

Service- 3.90 Buurps

PS: Don't forget to check out their elevator door when you visit the place. Creative!!

January 31, 2011


Cuisine - Andhra Style

Location - Sri Harsha Road, Mysore

They don’t have more than 40 items on their menu. They don’t have more than 20 tables in their restaurant. But they have more than 10 people waiting to find a table every single day, during lunch or dinner time!! An iconic restaurant of Mysore, the Andhra sensation and a blessing for the non vegetarians - RRR

 If you have dads or granddads who have frequented Mysore, ask them about non vegetarian restaurants here – I bet, the first restaurant they will talk about, is RRR. It has been around for many years and has done a fine job feeding the people of Mysore!

This review will not be a one - time account of the restaurant. It will be a review based on my collective experience of more than eight visits to this restaurant!

Walking in to this place, there is only ordinary interiors that one would notice. The place is small and accommodates about fifty people at a time.  Being an out-and-out Andhra restaurant, they serve the food on the banana leaf and have the chutney powder, the fried chillies and pickles on every Table.  For those of you who don’t know what the Chutney powder is – it is the powdered form of roasted daals with spices, used to make food spicy and tasty.  It is to be mixed with rice and savoured. A little ghee, the chutney powder and rice is a heavenly combination.  The fried chillies can again be combined with the rice and rasam or eaten raw, just to make it hot!

At RRR, vegetarians have limited options.  They, however, need not be disappointed because the veg. meal is splendid. It is the typical Andhra style meal. An unlimited amount of four different side dishes – curries and chutneys, rice, sambaar and rasam are served.  The other options for the veggies include biryani and noodles.  For a completely non vegetarian restaurant, the taste of these veg items are quite commendable.  

Now coming to the all important (atleast at RRR) non vegetarian dishes. The biryanis here are a must try. Although many places in Mysore give stiff competition to the RRR biryani, this still happens to be my favourite! The rice is flavoursome with well cooked chicken. Most Mysoreans are known to take ‘parcels’ of the chicken biryani from RRR. It marks the beginning of many of those all night parties!

 The chicken fry, chicken roast and chilli chicken are all a delight for the taste buds. Hot, spicy and luscious, these items can be your starters or become a part of your main course. The chilli chicken, however, can be slightly spicier. That’ll ensure all the Andhra guys give a thumbs up!  The sea food lovers can try the fish fry which is again very delicious.

 Of all the times I have been to this restaurant, the food has never disappointed me. One of the best things about this restaurant is the consistency with which the quality and taste is maintained. Also, the service here, is very quick. Sometimes I wish the waiters would smile a little more, but the speed with which they bring the food in, makes me forget all about it! Another delightful aspect of this place is the pricing. It guarantees a beam on my face at the end of the tasty dinner. Recently, the prices have been increased a little, but otherwise, a meal for two would cost approximately Rs. 200.

Many people avoid this place because of its size and the hustle, but if you do have the patience and the desire to taste some good Andhra food, go to RRR and I assure you, you will not be disappointed. Otherwise, take aways are always an option!

Mysore Foodies Ratings

Food – 3.75 buurps

Price – 3.5 buurps

Ambiance – 3 buurps

Service -  3.75 buurps

A warning that all of should heed (Especially the non Andhra crowd) – The food here is too hot to handle. Make sure you have trained your tongue enough before you walk in!!

January 24, 2011

Spicez Fusion!

Cuisine- Multi-Cuisine

Location-Hotel Roopa, 2724 C Bangalore-Nilgiri Road

The decorative mirrors and changing colours!
There was so much buzz about this new place- Spicez Fusion and few of our fans asked us to review the place.. so here you go the “Spicez Fusion” review  by the Mysore Foodies. By the way..I am Sam- the vegetarian foodie and Suma is the non-vegetarian foodie.

First thing first- You guys should know..this restaurant takes its name very seriously. It is THE place for spicy food!! We walked into the place and were amazed by what seemed like colourful crystal sheets. A moment and the colours on those decorative mirrors kept changing and all of us went … WOW!  The interiors are plush wooden classy brown and the tables are very neatly laid. The ambiance of the place is mesmerizing.  

Menu Snap Shot
We were quickly attended and a menu that said “Globe on platter” was handed over to us. Indochinese, Mexican, Thai, Indian… what not? The place had a reasonable number of dishes from all round the globe. The menu is well designed- with vegetarian food listed in green and non vegetarian food listed in red and description for all the food items.

I started with the tomato crème soup while Suma ordered the Tom Yum Soup which everybody seemed to be talking about! My soup was way too tangy. Little disappointed I looked at Suma who seemed lost in the zesty but tasty Tom Yum Soup- which was an excellent start for her dinner!

I ordered the peppered vegetables and Suma chose the Chicken Nuggets for starters.  Fifteen minutes later we witnessed what I would call food art! The Chicken nuggets could have been crispier but what the heck..we were too impressed by this….the presentation!

Food art!
 They say food is 30% how it’s presented. Spices Fusion definitely knows that!!

The peppered vegetables also tasted fine. The place boasted an interesting a long list of desserts and I decided to settle for a Veg. Sabzi Biriyani to save place for “Fried Ice Cream”  in my tummy.  Suma ordered a Chicken Shepard Pie which she said was cheesy and yummy!! The quantities for all the food items were sufficient for a meal for two.

The Veg. Sabzi Biriyani was a delight on my tongue. The right amount of spice and well cooked vegetables in the right quantity and combination. I guess the food rating can go little above four this time!

Finally my much awaited Fried Ice Cream arrived. One dig and I just knew what its ingredients were. It was a vanilla scoop layered with a slightly baked crisp pancake batter! Innovative.. my friends later told me it was very famous dish in the western world.  Thanks to Spicez Fusion for bringing that delicacy to namma Mysore!

Suma went classy and ordered a Crème Caramel which had a mild sweet taste which complimented the spicy dinner. While the taste was near perfection a warm layer of caramel would have added to its taste.
Creme Caramel

Other dish ordered was Moong Dal ka Halwa. I helped myself with generous two spoons and it was yuuuummmmmm!

The service was good. We had a waiter who constantly maintained a friendly smile on his face which is a rarity these days!! The food took little time to come to the table. But the perfection with which it arrived made the wait worthwhile. Of course the interesting decors kept us occupied.

The prices were around Rs.150 for the non-vegetarian items and around Rs.120 for the vegetarian dishes. A good meal for two with dessert would range about something close to Rs.400-450.

To sum up our experience I’d quote our friend Robin, who happened to be dining at the same place-“Authentic food! They prepare things like they should be prepared.”

Ratings by the Mysore Foodies:

Food- 4.10 Buuurps

Prices- 3.75 Buuurps

Ambiance- 4.0 Buuurps

Service- 3.75 Buuurps

Our recommendations for the place:  Tom yum soup for those with a taste for fiery food, Sabzi Biriyani and moong dal ka halwa for the dil se desi, Chicken Shepard Pie for the cheese chicken lovers and Fried Ice Cream for the experimenting foodies!!

PS: It makes good place for elegant romantic dinners ;) 

January 20, 2011


Cuisine – Multi- cuisine

Location – Sri Harsha Road, Mysore

Pic Courtesy-Shamitha Raj
A favourite of the tourists in Mysore, a place which defines the diversity of this city- parklane bar and restaurant.  As you walk in to this restaurant, you will notice that it has a range of themes intertwined in it. On one hand there is the rustic, village backdrop, with lanterns, mud walls and paintings representing the rural life, on the other there are benches which one would typically see in an urban park . The sounds from the tabla and the shahnai beautifully play in the background and add to the multifariousness of the place. 

As we settled down at our table which was in a separate chamber, we looked around and mostly found tourists. It was interesting to note that the Indian setting and village theme captures the interests of the tourists so much. We could hardly find Indians! 

The separate chamber gave us our private space but we had difficulties reaching out to the waiters and manager. The music probably made it a tad bit more difficult to throw our voices outside. We had to wait a while before we could place the order. 

The menu here is elaborate with North Indian tandoors, Chinese noodles and American Chopsueys – both vegetarian and non vegetarian.  

We had ordered a vegetarian starter, the crispy vegetable, which arrived first. While I waited for the non vegetarian starter, hunger had gotten the better of me and I couldn’t help eating most of the crispy vegetables! It was a great start. It had just the right amount of crispiness and the taste of the various vegetables was evident. The non – vegetarian starter, kalmi kabab came in after that. The three pieces were fine looking and tasted good; however the outsides were slightly burnt.  It was difficult to enjoy it in the typical way I would.

The main course followed without much delay. Here again, the vegetarian food – the schezwan noodles and American Chopsuey were delightful. Sweet American Chopsuey did justice to the normal standards while, the spicy Schezwan noodles exceeded the expectations of our vegetarian foodie. She gave a big thumbs-up for both items. The non vegetarian kadai chicken with roti was commendable. The kadai chicken, however, could have done with a little less salt in it. However, a couple of lemon squeezes to the chicken made the taste much better!  For all those who swear by dessert to complete a meal, there is a good variety for you  – Ice creams, cakes and shakes.

The rates here are quite modest mostly ranging around Rs. 100 for an item. The quantity for all the items is large enough and the variety is good. A meal for two would cost about Rs250-Rs350.

So at Parklane, what do we recommend?? We recommend a good vegetarian meal with a starter like the crispy vegetables and some tasty noodles for main course.  

Ratings by the Mysore Foodies out of 5:

Food – 3.75 buurps

Price – 3.5 buurps

Ambience – 4 buurps

Parklane is a great place to hang out with a bunch of friends where you can spend a comfortable number of hours.

It is truly meant for those leisure dinners with family and friends when there is a lot of catching up to do! 

What do you have to say about Parklane? Do you love it, hate it or do you choose to ignore it? Tell us! Write to us or post your comments  and rate it below. Your feedback is valuable to us.

January 13, 2011

Authentic Chaats- Jwala!

Cuisine- Punjabi

Location- Sai Krupa Complex, No. 2820, 8th cross Adi Pampa Road, V.V.Mohalla

Jwala is a very well know Punjabi Restaurant in Mysore, equally famous for the food, the service and the very amicable and warm owners Mrs. & Mr. Phokela.  A restaurant that assures you authentic Punjabi Khaana in the heritage city of south India, Mysore.

When we walked into Jwala for a Punjabi meal we got to know that the restaurant remains off on Mondays. However, we were pleasantly surprised to find its much awaited Authentic Chaats wing open. We ended up hogging mouth watering chaats of all kinds and forms-of course everything served with a Punjabi twist. Bhalle papri, soft Bhalles dipped in tangy chutney along with crispy papri is a must try of all those with a taste for chatpata food. The vigilantly trained and innovative chefs make sure they have something new every time you walk in. You will either be greeted with a board of Today’s Specials or you will be informed of a new entry on their menu. 

Something we found interesting here was the Chole Tikki. A splendid mix of the right spices – it is like a party on the plate. The extent to which Jwala goes in ensuring that we like what we eat is clearly understood by the generous serves of different chutneys- spicy or sweet or mint, along with these chaats, to make sure we can customize it as per our tastes.

Mysore houses many Pani puri wallas from thellas to chaat places. We being pani-puri fanatics have tried almost every possible place. But, the fresh mint flavoured pani served with the pani puri at Jwala gets our votes.

It is not just all chaats. There is something to pamper your sweet tooth too! They have Jalebis, Jamuns and the interesting and Yummy Kadai Doodh!!  Kadai Doodh is what we would call the Punjabi version of the Khova of South India. It is a rare find in a place like Mysore which makes it a must try!

Mysore foodies rating out of 5:

Food                      4.0 Buurps  
Tangy, Spicy, Khatta-meetha and Chatpata Mysore foodies think hands    down the taste of food here is unbeatable!

Price                      3.5 Buurps
The chaats at Jwala are priced in the range of Rs.25 which is little higher than standard rates for chaats around Mysore.

Ambiance            4.0 Buurps
Jwala gets brownie points for excellent space utilization.. interiors designed from the memories of Mr.Phokela’s past- the Pinewood from Shimla, Bamboo from Assam, Tent ceiling from his Army bringing up and lanterns from UP gives it a very exquisite look.

Guys take a break from the regular chaat places..visit this place and tell us what you think..  Authentic, hygienic, reasonably priced and tasty... what else can we want?

So.. what we finally have to say for Authetic Chaats Jwala- Oye Chak de Phatte!! 

Rate this restaurant below(out of 5)