Named after former Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi, Indiranagar is one of Bangalore more up-street and cosmopolitan localities and is made up of upscale bungalows and premium housing societies. The place eventually turned into a commercial hub after the recent IT boom. The place is home to a number of high-end eateries that are frequented by the area?s high-end crowd. From the crazy number of options available, we have narrowed down some of the more select ones and present a list of some of the best fine-dining restaurants in Indiranagar.
Smoke House Deli
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Smoke House Deli is a nice place to visit if what you?re looking for is good Continental cuisine paired with calming ambiance and stylish décor. The seating room is spacious but cosy enough to enjoy a private dinner with a loved one. They have an extensive list of entrées and main course dishes, with a few select ones being the Corn Bruschetta and Grilled Mushroom Croquets for starters and Peri Peri Chicken and Prawn Crusted Halibut for mains. Another highlight of the place is the extensive list of wines and liquors featuring favourite cocktails like mojitos and margaritas to some quirky shooters such as Jagerbombs and melonbombs. Visit this place if you are looking for a fine-dining place that doubles up as tranquil lounge to enjoy some drinks with friends.
The Humming Tree
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The Humming Tree has tried to fill a void in the city that was made owing to the lack of stylish fine-dining eateries. The place creates a first impression that lasts with its bohemian décor and contemporary design style. Dining in the dimly lit ambiance makes for a memorable experience, be it a romantic night out or a lazy Sunday afternoon with friends. The food is a mix of the finest European and American cuisine, with some stand out dishes such as the Chilli Beef Strips and Beer Fried Fish. Order a peg from their extensive list of domestic and imported brands while enjoying some of the music played by the in-house DJ. The place is definitely on the expensive side, but the whole experience of dining in a classy joint like this is worth the extra rupees.
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Bangaloreans are a proud bunch, and nothing gets them going better than a reference or throwback to their culture. Named after the 100 Feet road on which it is located, 100 FT manages to retain the old-world Bangalore charm and has unsurprisingly carved a place in the hearts of the locals and regulars. The menu has an excellent mix of wines from different vintages along with excellent pairing options. The Smoked Chicken Salad and Grilled Vegetable Shashlik are good options and will go well with any wine. For the food and service, the place is very well priced and a must-visit for anyone new to Bangalore looking for a safe option in terms of fine-dining restaurants.