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Food Review – Toscano, VR Bengaluru, Whitefield, Bangalore

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Got an invite for Food review at TOSCANO, VR Bengaluru, Whitefield, Bangalore. Usually it’s not only me but the whole family likes Italian Cuisine. Ambiance was too good, with beautiful music and the service was perfect. We had a three-course meal with starter, main course and the dessert. Let me share the pictures we had,


  • Starters –
    • Chicken Nuggets with Fries – Chicken nuggets was juicy, crispy and mildly flavored with spices.
    • Roasted Tomato soup with Crispy Pesto Bread – Soup was rich and tangy, pesto was wonderful with aroma and delicious taste.
  • Main course –
    • Grilled Pesto Chicken – chicken breast was marinated with the pesto sauce and was served with mashed potato and grilled vegetables.
    • Grilled Pesto Fish – Fish was marinated with pesto and served with mashed potato and grilled vegetables. Fish available on that particular day would be used for the dish.
  • Dessert –
    • Tiramisu with Chocolate Ice cream – Tiramisu was prepared done – juicy, soft and melts in the mouth.

We were invited for a Sunday Brunch and the price of the Sunday brunch is INR 799. Give a try, food was awesome and would keep on visiting frequently as it’s my neighborhood.

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MasterChef Cooking Class at Toscano, VR Bengaluru, Whitefield, Bangalore

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Got an invite for Master Chef Cooking class “Chef’s College” at Toscano, VR BENGALURU, Whitefield, Bangalore – “Uncover the secrets behind Gnocchi” by MasterChef. Gautham Balasubramanian.

Duration of the class – 2 hrs (10 A.M to 12 A.M) on Sunday, the event was organized once in a month. The class included a high tea and followed by lunch at Toscano.  

Chef. Gautham Balasubramanian gave a demo on how to make a Gnocchi with the tips and tricks, so that one could make easily at home. Being a mom, I would say most of the kids loves the Italian Cuisine, the same with my kids too. So soon my hands would be trying on this Gnocchi.

We got to see the demo of 3 different varieties of Gnnochi made by both Chef.Gautham and Chef.Sridhar. Dishes are Spinach and Ricotta Gnocchi, Potato Gnocchi and PATE A CHOUX-PARISIAN GNOCCHI.

Let me share the few pictures from the class…

 

 

Rajasthani Food Festival at M-Cafe, Marriott, Whitefield, Bangalore

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 Got an invite for Rajasthani Food Festival at Marriott, Whitefield, Bangalore on last Friday, M-Café being one of my favorite hotels, whatever the food it doesn’t go wrong. I love Rajasthani Cuisine, it was Fairfield Marriott who introduced the Rajasthani cuisine to me by last year. Now let me share my experience with M-Café, Marriott, Bangalore.

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The menu was curated by the chef. Maharaj Bhik Singh, who has come down to Bangalore for this festival. Chef. Maharaj Bhik Singh and M-Café Executive Chef. Mahesh padala explained about the delicious spread. Also they stated that few of ingredients were bought from Rajasthan to maintain the taste and tradition of the dish.

When it comes to Rajasthani Food Festival there are few dishes which comes to everyone’s mind – Dal Bhati Churma, Laal Maas, Bhajre Ki Roti or Bhajre ki Kichdi, Mirchi Bada, Ker Sangri Ghevar.

We had

  • Shorba – /baajre Ki raab
  • Refreshment – Buttermilk
  • Appetizers
    • Veg – Paneer Ke Suley, Dal Pakodi, Mangodi ki Tikki
    • Non-veg – Murg ka parche, Rai ki Machli
  • Main Course
    • Veg – Gatte ki subzi, Ker sangria, Aloo mangodi, Subz panchmel, Dal Bati churma, Atta ka choorma, Besan ka Choorma
    • Non-veg – Murgh ka mukul, Laal Maas
  • Desserts – Ghewar, Misri Mawa, Bikaner Ramalai, Mawa kachori

Also, there was a live chat station for Tandoor Roti (Bajr ki roti, makki ki roti), chat station (Aloo papdi, Dahi vada …)

Timings: The festival is there till April 6th and with the pricing of Rs. 1575/- per person, and only for dinner.

A must to try for all Bangaloreans.