Crossover Point

December 1, 2006


This review is also available on burrp!

An absolute winner, Crossover Point, with its three restaurants and a lounge bar, offers flavours and ambiance to suit any mood. Hang out with friends at Silver Tube – cool, silver and, yes, oval-shaped like a tube, with a glass dance floor. Lie back on the cushions and watch the lights dance on the ceiling as you sip the perfect Mai Tai the bartender has shaken up and nibble on some starters – the Singapore pepper prawns is an excellent choice.

When you are ready for dinner, the casual outdoor atmosphere at Fire and Ice with its pebbled floor and sweeping views of the lit Airport Road flyover, will warm your heart with barbecues and grills from across the world. The grilled chicken with curry sauce which I tried was perfect – succulent chicken legs with a tomato, onion gravy and a spiced yogurt sauce. If you would prefer an intimate dinner instead, try the Ville Chaumiere, a fine dining restaurant, with a wine and cheese menu, and serving European, Mediterranean, Far Eastern, Middle Eastern and Indian food. For vegetarians, the Crossover Point restaurant located on the lower floor has varied lunch options including a buffet, live pasta and stir fry counters and an a la carte dinner menu.

Crossover Point is located at 2001, Katima Commercial Complex, 100 ft Road, Indiranagar, Bangalore, ph: 41519000. It is an ideal place to party with your friends as well as for a romantic dinner. Service is impeccable and the restaurant has valet parking available. Crossover Point is open from 11:00 am to 3:30 pm and from 7:00 pm to 11:30 pm. Dinner for two, including a drink each, will cost approximately Rs.1800.


7 Responses to “Crossover Point”

  1. dude put some nice n cheap places too 🙂
    anyway me in with the love with this blog, I visited Chandni Chowk on weekend, nice place been to it???

  2. No not visited Chandini Chowk yet.. will add it to my list of places to visit.
    Good to know you are enjoying this blog.. will cover some cheap eats too 🙂

  3. mail me sometime, will be great to here from a fellow foody

  4. jumping frog Says:

    After reading this great review, I decided to check this place out last night but was disappointed… looks like there have been a lot of changes. Now there are two restaurants: a Chinese on the lower floor and a North Indian upstairs. Didn’t really like the feel of either and decided to go up the street to 100 Feet instead!

  5. hey jumping frog, am so sorry! Sounds like they have change a whole lot. Will put it on my list of places to visit and re-review.

  6. Foodie Says:

    I checked out this place after reading such a great review posted by you. But was completely let down. This place has a feel of a roadside dhaba now. I found a rat running across the room and spotted a few roaches too. I immediately left this place and I personally do not recommend it to anyone.

  7. Foodie, Looks like major changes have taken place here. Have added a comment to my review. Thanks for stopping by.

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