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Established in the early 1900s, Frazer Town is one of the most upmarket residential
and commercial neighbourhood in the Bangalore Cantonment from the colonial era
and is being conserved in places to preserve its low-rise, tree-filled character. A great milieu of unity in diversity is visible on the streets with the range of beautiful mosques, colonial bungalows, old churches and a few temples. Frazer Town is nothing less than a foodies’ haven, with streets like MM Road and Mosque Road lined with local eateries and Bangalore’s oldest bakeries and restaurants serving Arabic to Chinese cuisine. This is where Bangalore comes when it craves biryanis and kebabs especially during Ramzan. With a wide military base in the vicinity and a distinct British influence in the culture, quieter streets in the area especially around Cox Town and the Freedom Fighter’s Park offer a great environment for long, chirpy walks.
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"Great place to satisfy your craving for Mangalorean cuisine"
reviewed 3 weeks ago by MaramG1
There are veg and non veg options. I went with the dhal and a boneless fish curry - I found them to be a bit spicy even though I'd asked them to make it mild - delicious nonetheless! The piping hot neer dosas and the rotis were a great addition to the meal. Definitely worth a visit - don't be...
$$ - $$$ • Middle Eastern, Arabic, Lebanese, Mediterranean, Persian
reviewed 26 December 2018 by abrarkms
I visited this restaurant with my family, one of cousin suggested me this restaurant. Really I like the food, very tasty and service no.1, but need the patient's once you order the food it takes some time.
the best thing about this 'dhaba' is that the food is very much like one's own mother's kitchen - not very jazzy but finger licking. The menu is limited to fast moving items, yet you will never feel that it is less or it could have been a bit more vast. They have recently revamped the restaurant and have made...
During my second visit to Bengaluru, my office had booked Luciya Service Apartment for couple of days of stay. The location was not upto my liking. However, the rooms were decent and guest services not bad. One cannot expect much from these service apartments. Overall my stay was pleasant.
I stayed in this hotel for 1 night. The service was bad. The hotel is not maintained at all.
I bet one cant stay in this hotel for more than 1 day. But the location of the hotel is good.
The rate was reasonable.