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Angeethi

BJN has always been the place of our choice as they provide the fine dining experience with their multi cuisine restaurants. We decided to go to BJN’s Angeethi for my buddy’s birthday. 

Thankfully there wasn’t much traffic, and we could reach in forty minutes, driving through Hosur road. Since they had a decent valet parking available, we didn’t have to manoeuvre our car in the small lanes of the church street which to quite an extent is narrow and one laned.

Angeethi is on the fourth floor of the Museum Inn. The place has a very rustic appeal to it, can say it as a four star dhaba. One also sees the old time 7 up advertisement painted on the wall, posters of the films from 70's adorn the wall, typically a Punja
bi village environ. It also has a small potter which artistically moulds the clay to the perfect pot shape. 
The water well adds to the rustic feel of the entire place. There is a small paan shop tucked in the extreme right giving a delight after the sumptuous north Indian food.

Except the dinner plate, the dishes and the glass were from the copper mixed metal. 

The decor is pretty well done to give a different feel which BJN does it well. Infact all its restaurants have a unique look and feel to it. Angeethi is more of a casual place.
Since we were only two of us, we were offered seat below the wall mounted fan on the corner close to small bar. Careful, this place does  have an air conditioner. 


We ordered Paneer Hara Sheekh and Murg Chakori as appetizers. The Paneer was really good, nicely mashed veggies rolled on a seekh, moderately spiced. The murg (chicken) was well marinated and cut in decent pieces which could be taken as a bite. Along with it, we ordered for Fresh Lime Soda, safe bet always in case the food is hot.

For the main course, we ordered our all time favourite Dal Makhni and Murg Malai. The food was okay not at par at what we expect from BJN, perfect place for great north Indian food, but this place didn’t provide the same.

The service is also not great, infact you would notice severs serving food or beverage across the table which shouldn’t be the case, as it leaves enough gap for spilling on the table or others plate. Quite a few times we had to call for them as they weren't a bit attentive. The table linen wasn't clean either and had ant holes in it. 

The food was a savior though a level below Samarkhand or Khansama. The entire experience was for two thousand six hundred rupees.

The address is:
Angeethi - Museum Inn
#1, Museum Road
M. G Road
Bangalore  560 001
TF: 080-41113300

On the web: www.bjnhotels.com


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