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Of love and loss
Located in Banjara Hills, it is owned by city-based entrepreneur Imtiaz Ali, who claims that this is one of the only places in the city which offers Levantine cuisine
Garden-themed decor, an all-day breakfast and fusion dosas: Kaffe Gardenia in Banjara Hills is the restaurant you must visit
The menu boasts a range of options for breakfast, lunch and dinner in three sections — South Indian, North Indian and Chinese.
Located in Banjara Hills, this is their first branch in South India.
The play is a Hindi comedy.
With labels like The Button Masala, Burlap People and Sienna Store, this pop-up is taking a step towards to eco-friendly choices
Located in Banjara Hills, this outlet has already become a hit, thanks to the word-of-mouth publicity.
This week-old space offers a bakery, food court, sweet shop and a casual dining restaurant under one roof.
The seating is comfortable with bar stools on one end and café-style tables covering the rest of the space for about 40 patrons.
Apart from the regular seating, which has comfortable cushion sofas, there’s a private section for 16.
Review: Xenia Lounge in Banjara Hills offers global cuisine and classic cocktails with a fun chess-themed decor
The menu at Xenia boasts Continental, Italian and German cuisines. The bar menu too is elaborate with classic and a few signature cocktails.
Review: Roastery Coffee House’s new menu introduces flatbread pizza, burrata and seasonal fruit desserts
While favourites of patrons’ have been retained, the new menu has a section offering flatbread pizzas, new burgers, burrata and desserts as well.
Roastery Coffee House in Banjara Hills introduces a new blend, Cascara, and a special roasting machine from the Netherlands
That apart, the popular coffee shop has also introduced Giesen — a new roasting machine from the Netherlands.
All that glitters
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