These days I am a bit slow in posting new blog posts here. Lots of work in office does not give me time during the weekdays. We have a major release happening in mid-August and due to that all my focus is on office work these days. Also a lot of travel happened in June and July. I am happy that I could spend some time out of my busy schedule today to work on this blog post. I had been to Tijouri restaurant in Radisson Blu Atria to celebrate our wedding anniversary. Hubby loves North and South Indian food and so we chose to dine at this place on our special day.
Tijouri remains the most authentic address for tastes from North and South Frontiers and is recognized among Bengaluru’s top restaurants. Here one can experience exotic culinary experience with its mystically inspired décor, richly laid interior and food which is artistically presented.
To begin with we ordered some mocktails. These were refreshing.
Raan-e-Murg is stuffed chicken drumsticks marinated with Awadhi spices and cooked in clay pot. This dish was mildly spiced but tasted delicious.
You don’t need a special occasion to visit Tijouri. You can visit them anytime and they will make sure that your simple visit is made a special and a royal one.
Cost: Approximately Rs.2,800 for two people
Radisson Blu, 1, Palace Road, Race Course Road, Bangalore
Note: I was invited for dinner at Radisson Blu Atria on my wedding anniversary with my family. This is not a paid review. All opinions expressed are my own.