Hungry Kya to Kaati Zone ka Roll Kha

        

 

 

Imagine this:- You are extremely hungry and want a filling snack.

 

Imagine this:- You don’t have much cash but you have to take your girlfriend out on a date and treat her well.

 

Imagine this:- Your friends have all managed  to grab a treat from you which you need to throw but you are almost broke.

 

Imagine this:- You are running late for a meeting and your grumbling stomach needs a quick lunch

 

Whatta do…?

 

Seemble, call Kaati Zone or simply walk-in

 

Kaati Zone is responsible for making the kaati rolls famous in Bangalore. It is a Bangalore-based chain of Indian fast-food restaurants specializing in Kati Rolls. Founded by Kiran Nadkarni in 2004, the restaurant is famous for its Chicken Tikka and Mixed Veg Rolls.

 

The USP  of Kaati Zone is the packaging and the pricing. For a megre sum of 100 bucks you can have a delicious, filling roll. The resturants are hygenic and the rolls are wraped in a special spill free wrap. So all you need to do is, drive in to the nearest Kaati Zone in town, place your order and enjoy a drive back with a hot and tasty roll without having to bother about all that spill or simply call them for a home delivery.

 

Kaati Zone not only sells rolls, but you can get vada pao, omlette, paranthas and chaats too. They also have diet rolls for the health freaks with a variety of fillings to choose from.

 

For people who don’t know what a Kaati Roll is, here is some information.

 

Kaati Roll is a  fast food popular in Kolkata, India. In Kolkata, it was introduced by Nizam’s, a restaurant in the city noted for its Mughlai food inMumbai, it is similar to a frankie.

 

It is said that the kati roll was the result of some quick thinking on a busy day. Apparently, on that particular day, the number of people asking for kebab and parathas far outstripped the number of plates available, or the pace at which the plates could be washed and recycled. It was decided to wrap the kebab in parathas, and in the process, reduce the number of plates required by half.

 

So next time when your stomach says, “Hungry Kya?” The answer will be Kaati Zone se rolls khaya kya?

 

You can reach them at:- 080-4112-2100

 

 

Toscano-A must visit for mouth watering Italian

UB City on Bangalore’s Vittal Mallya Road is the new happening place. It mostly has the up market international brands from Louis Vuitton to Dunhill to expensive gourmet places like Michael Besse’s Ecstasy. Few days ago we just happned to go to The Collections in UB City where they have a food court on the terrace.  Wrought iron chairs, a fountain in the middle and lots of open spaces are a treat to all the senses.

Vinu, our friend from Mumbai, just came in to have lunch with us and we decided to check all the new restaurants in The Collection. Toscano caught our eyes with its Olive green and Mahogany interiors. We have always been fond of salads and pastas so we decided to check that place and were completely bowled over by the service, decor and food quality. The place is a little expensive so in case you are looking for value for money this is not where you should go but if you are looking for a classy, delicious food at one of the most beautiful places in Bangalore, then Toscano in UB City is the place to be.

The lunch buffet is priced at 400/- though we went for ala carte. Grilled fish is something that one must try for the main course. Mixed salad is a must try for all cheese lovers. Since I am fond of chocolates, I would also recommend the cappuccino brulee.

The service is quick, efficient and the staff courteous. After a heavenly meal we all went to the kitchen to give our compliments to  Chef Gautam.

 

Here are the details of the Restaurant for you:-

Toscano,

Wine Bar, Resturant, Pizzeria,

Fine Italian Cuisine

The Collection-U.B. City, Level II, Concorde Block,

24, Vittal Mallya Road,

080-4173 8800

www.toscano.co.n

NOTE:- Photo Courtesy Vinayak Das

Sunday Brunch


CafeChinois

Originally uploaded by lighttripper

In case you are wondering how to spend a lazy Sunday, what to cook on a lazy Sunday afternoon, leave everything to Cafe Chinois. Well that’s what we did last Sunday. Located on the Frazer Town road, above Daily Breads, next to Global Access, this is a nice and cozy restaurant serving pan Asian cuisine. The best part is the Sunday brunch at Rs. 250/- only this includes soups, salads, rice, noodles, curries, deserts, a non alcoholic drink, cold cuts, breads, eggs, preserves coupled with very warm staff and equally warm owners.