November 26, 2006

This review is also available on burrp!

A welcome addition to the expanding dining options in South Bangalore, Dalfryday (or Dal FryDay?) is a new restaurant serving North Indian cuisine. The décor is basic and simple with uncluttered tables, a neat, partial view of the kitchen and cool Hindustani fusion music in the background. The food is a pleasant surprise – a menu that is a variation of the usual north Indian food, and extremely well prepared and tasty. Each of the items taste different and homemade; no one-size-fits-all ubiquitous masala. Try the Begum Bahaar for starters – a grilled roll with corn and paneer. For the main course, the dhaba murg – melting, marinated chicken in thick gravy, a throwback to college days and nostalgia, hits the right spot with the well-made rotis and kulchas.

Dalfryday is located at A-2, First Floor, Mantri@choice (above Fabmall), Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore-76, ph: 41104111, 26092363. Reservations during the weekends are suggested. They do home delivery and also provide catering services for parties and corporate events. Parking for two wheelers is available, for four wheelers, my suggestion is to park on the side road that is perpendicular to Bannerghatta Road. Dalfryday is open from 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm and 7:30 pm to 11:00 pm, and is ideal for lunch with friends or a family dinner. A meal for two will cost approximately Rs.500. Interestingly, the owner blogs about his experiences on starting and running a restaurant.


3 Responses to “Dalfryday”

  1. Pradeep Says:

    Thank you so much for your very kind words,about the food and the restaurant.

    As for your question, it’s Dal Fryday…among ourselves we fondly refer to it as DFD.

  2. You are welcome Pradeep. The food was really good, and different. Was thinking of stealing your chef 🙂

  3. Varun Says:

    I have some different review for dal fryday. I went there some 2 months back and have to say that the veg food was pathetic and the service was terrible. Most of the items on the menu were not even available, and whatever was available was too costly based on the quality you get.

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