The weekend is here and time for some food and fun! Here we bring to you the first Saturday Brunch of the city called the Namma Bengaluru Brunch. The Saturday Brunch at Citrus – The Leela Palace, Bangalore has been quite a rave since its launch. Look over Mezze platters and pizzas, Mangalorean food is here to tantalize your taste buds.
With fresh and zesty surroundings, Citrus at The Leela Palace Bangalore lives up to its name perfectly. The restaurant has its own wood fire pizza ovens, bread oven stations and Rotisserie grills. The restaurant also boasts of an outdoor seating naturally lit with the afternoon sun. The mood is set for the Namma Bengaluru Brunch at the alfresco space with maps of Old Bangalore and Channapatna toys brightening tables. The Lal Bagh Thala Gaadi is stocked with steamed corn, steamed peanut, cucumber and raw mango and Iyengar Bakery items. Pick a few peanuts or a slice of raw mango and take a trip down memory lane.
The Saturday Brunch at Citrus is a food theatre with all local dishes taking inspiration from the streets and the districts of Karnataka – Coorg to Mangalore, Karwar, Mysore, Udupi, Hubli, and Bangalore. Chef Purshottam is the brain behind the Namma Bengaluru Brunch menu. The Saturday Brunch buffet offers around 180 local dishes. Regional dishes like Kuri kal Soup (a broth of lamb trotters broth), Kundapur Mutton Curry, Mangalore’s famous Kori Roti, Coorg Fish Curry, Bannur Biryani, Mysore dosa, Mangalore Southekayi Majjige Huli, Bengaluru style drunken chicken wings and Cauliflower Kempu Bezule.
The lost dishes of Karnataka and street food of Bangalore have been revived at the delicious buffet at the Namma Bengaluru Brunch hosted by Citrus at The Leela Palace, Bangalore. Get a table reserved soon and treat your family to local delicacies. Visit bookyourtable or call 076767 76767 for reservations.