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Bread Making Class at Toscano, Bangalore

Bread Making Class at Toscano, Bangalore

Got an invite for Toscano’s Master Cooking Class for their Bread Baking class – Wow! I like Bread baking, but most of the time it’s been a OOPS experience for me. I was very happy, for attending the Bread Making class, previously went for a master class about Pasta and it was super good.

Toscano at VR Bengaluru, conducted it’s cooking class under the title “Unveil the Secrets of Bread and Baking at Toscano” where Chefs Sadish Kumar and Goutham Balasubramanian of Thursday, 13 July,2017 shared the secrets of Bread and Baking techniques with home-bakers.

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Chef Sadish with baked goodies

It was a 2 hours class, and we got learn the essentials of dough making, with 3 different types of bread – Multi-grain bread, Focaccia and Bread Sticks. The Cooking demo was a great experience, where the chefs revealed the secrets from mixing, kneading, fermenting, shaping and finally the baking part. I would say the class was too good, for even a beginner to get their hands-on bread baking to a perfect one.

The class was conducted at Toscano, VR Bengaluru, Whitefield Main Road. They charge Rs.999/- for class with tea, snacks, lunch and a recipe sheet. They have their classes on Monthly basis, and where conducted all over the Toscano in Bangalore – for more details about the next class – When and Where you could refer their Facebook page or You could reach out to +91 80-46524050.

Food Review – Hoot Cafe and Brewery, Sarjapur, Bangalore

Food Review – Hoot Cafe and Brewery, Sarjapur, Bangalore

Recently got an invite for Hoot Café and Brewery at Sarjapur, Bangalore by last Wednesday for a review. CLICK HERE for review.

Ambiance: The restaurant was too good with beautiful interiors and designed well, they most of the tables where open to sky and surrounded by pool. They have their own brewery and the bar counter was situated around the pool. This place would be perfect for sundowners and the late evenings and nights was excellent with lovely music and beautiful environment. The place was had more greenery all over the property which added more beauty, and interiors was awesome as they were well decorated with the old iron rods from bicycle, looks quite good. A good place for dine with family and friends, also for corporates.
 
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Parking: There was a valet parking.

Service: Service was excellent.

Food: Food was perfect – I liked the main course and dessert to the core, so as my family. Let me share about the food we had there with pictures…

  • Jalapeno Pops
  • Dahi Vada
  • Chicken Drumsticks
  • Mocktails
  • Pizza
  • Thai Red curry with Steamed rice – Thai Red curry was excellent.
  • Tiramisu
  • Oreo cheese cake.

A must to try for Bangaloreans.

Food Review – Karama, Frazer Town, Bangalore

Food Review – Karama, Frazer Town, Bangalore

Last week got an invite to KARAMA — Arabic, Punjabi and Karachi cuisine for foodie review with my fellow foodie friends, the place was like a heaven. I love Arabian cuisine, the lamb cooked in Arabian cuisine, tastes heavenly.

Ambiance: It was very spacious and clean. A must to visit place with beautiful interiors, wall hanging, paintings which completely makes you feel that you were somewhere in Arab.

Parking: There was sufficient parking space in front of the restaurant.

Food: Coming to the food, food was very rich, delicious, and heavenly. As a food reviewer and a non-veggie, I would say that I never had the paya (lamb legs) cooked in such a way in Bangalore. Not only in non-veg, their Dahi Kebab perfectly done. My kids loved it to the core. Tawa bheja fry was excellent, the brain was cooked to perfect stage and it melts in the mouth. Ghoshth Nihari and Dabba Ghosth were must to try. Also Dal Makhani, cheese hara bara kabab was too good in vegetarian. We also had chicken gravies and prawn starters. But I would suggest that their Mutton dishes are the must to try as you get prawns and chicken to the perfection in many restaurants.

Let me share few of the food pictures, we had there…

 

A must to try for all the Bangaloreans.

For reviews – Click here.