Mallige Restaurant

by Vinaya HS on February 3, 2006

in Public Service Ads,The Bangalore Blog

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Goutham’s in love!

“Finally, I have found what I was looking for.” – these were the precious few words spoken by Goutham after today’s lunch. It all started with me idly looking around at a traffic signal near the GPO, a few days back, when my roving eyes fell on a board “Mallige Restaurant – A/C Veg Exclusive Family Restaurant.” It was not until lunchtime today that I remembered it. We decided to give it a try and the rest as they say, is history.

Mallige Restaurant is hidden inside Hotel Capitol. Not many people know about this gem of a hotel. Now that you are reading this article – you do! The restaurant serves South Indian and North Indian cuisine. We took the South Indian meals (it’s Karnataka style) and it’s YUMMY! Out of this world! In fact, I wish Goutham were writing this article. That would be true emotion in writing. If you happen to be nearby just rush in. Here’s the address:

Mallige Restaurant @ Hotel Paraag
No. 3, RajBhavan Road
Bangalore – 560 001

Phone: 22267071, 72, 73, and 74

Hotel Paraag also offers lodging. All rooms offer Close Circuit Color TV, Cable, 24-hour hot and cold water supply, and uninterrupted power supply. The tariff is as follows:

Double Deluxe Room  :  INR 990
Single Deluxe Room  :  INR 750
Executive Room  :  INR 700
Suite Room  :  INR 650
A/C Executive Room  :  INR 800
A/C Suite Room  :  INR 750
Extra Person  :  INR 075
Extra Bed  :  INR 100

* Luxury tax as applicable. 24-hours Check-out.




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Goutham February 3, 2006 at 2:59 PM

So, we have a list of South Indian restaurants to visit around the Cantonment area [Weekdays: Lunch time destinations]:

1. Ballal Residency, Residency Road
2. Bhimas, Church Street
3. Mallige, Raj Bhavan Road

Rating ? Listed in the Order of Merit !

That apart, the best South Indian Restaurant in Bangalore:

Try Dakshin, Windsor Manor. Nothing to beat that. I would be doing some injustice to this hotel if I list it along the above mentioned ones. Its in a different league.

Leo May 29, 2008 at 11:22 AM

I knew about the restaurant before. I’ll have to try it out next time I’m in town.

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