Located opposite IIM – B on Bannerghatta Road, above Anand Adyar Bhavan on the first floor of Hotel Euphoria, this place serves Arabian and Lebanese Cuisine.
Huge and spacious, this place has sufficient space to host a small gathering. The first outlet of Fattoush, this place has beautiful wood carved interiors.
Mango Chiller – Made from fresh mango pulp, garnished with a few mint leaves.
Mint Mojito – Very sweet and needs to be a little strong.
Strawberry Frappe – A thick creamy strawberry mocktail
Grape Frappe – A Grapy version of the above.
Murg Shorba – The famous shorba served with the right taste and the right amount of ground spices.
Veg Platter – A mix of paneer, mushroom, and vegetable seekh kababs.
Non-veg Platter – Tandoori Kebabs, Malai Kebabs, Mutton Seekh Kebab.
Nashif Dajaj – Nicely marinated chicken chunks served with hummus.
Tawa Prawns – simple delectable grilled prawns.
Barbeque Fish – Basa fish fillets grilled to perfection.
Veg Seekh Kebab – Very flavorful.
Cheese Naan – A Buttery Naan with Cheese Stuffing inside unlike Naan usually drizzled with Cheese layered on the naan at other places, that made it much tastier.
Butter Garlic Naan – Naan with sauteed garlic and butter.
Served soft and hot.
Chicken Biryani – Tasted well but needs some improvement.
Mutton Rogan Gosht – presented in a tiny cart, with the meat cooked so well.
Pahadi Murg – With loads of mint leaves and thick gravy, this chicken gravy tasted great.
Paneer Butter Masala – Tender Cottage Cheese Cubes in a Makhani Gravy.
Fattoush Special Falooda – Although the name suggested it’s a special variant, nothing made it special.
Gudbud – Definitely not one of the finer ones.
Mango Cream – Mango Pulp cream, a new type of dessert.
Hot Chocolate with icecream – Scoops of regular vanilla and chocolate ice cream on a bed of dry fruits topped with hot chocolate sauce.
Good Service is accompanied by polite and courteous staff.