Best Non-Vegetarian Restaurants in Bangalore

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Bangalore, the capital city of Karnataka with a metropolitan population of about 8.52 million is a city entrenched in an eating-out culture. The diverseness of the cuisine is reflective of the social and economic diversity of the place. With an appealing number of food lovers, the city features Roadside vendors, tea stalls, Chinese food, American fast food, South Indian, North Indian, Mughal food, Thai food, Udupi places to eat etc. Occasionally it is also referred as a paradise for all the gastronomes. Most of the restaurants are tailored to cater to the tastes of the Indian population, also with the authentic flavor of some classic dish. But the places that give the heavenly delight are remarkably not so much abundant in numbers. Here we are furnishing a list of some fine renowned Non-veg Restaurants in Bangalore for all the gourmets.

  1. The Permit Room

Address: 16/3, Commissariat Road, Richmond Town, Bangalore.

If you want good foodstuff, well-mixed refreshments, an exciting ambiance and easy-to-use services in the central business district, surprisingly there is not a whole lot of choices one will get. But The Permit Room, the new gastro-pub completely opposite of Garuda Mall, is a place where one will end up eating more, though having the primary intent of otherwise. The area is dispersed throughout three storeys with a terrace bar on the topmost floor. The cool artwork lined with unique animal heads, kitschy posters and Raja Ravi Verma pictures on the wall gives an irreverent humor. With the fabulous decor, the menu is kitschy both food and drinks. The unusual concoctions on offer immediately strike on individual’s fascination. The food is a very assured appropriation of local ingredients and traditional dishes. The Chicken Ghee Roast and Mysuru Saaru Curry a conflict of chicken legs cooked with ghee roast masala and served with ghee rice and a sauteed 'beans poriyal is especially good on the mains. The meat literally fell off the bone. A little spiced coconut curry with pieces of lamb (there are also veg and egg versions) dished up with coin parathas, is one of the tasty meals to beat the hunger. A whiskey cocktail with curry leaves and rasam powder along the rim is intimidating. For the whiskey lovers, Paati's Magic Rasam is a better match. The drink choices are on a comprehensive listing of single malts, blended whiskeys, spirits, liquors, beers, wines, and cocktails etc. The Brain Dry Fry, Kerala Beef Fry, Bellary Palya, The Kane West, etc are some toothsome dishes to try out. Advance Table booking recommended here. The Permit Room satisfyingly enables us to say that it is one of the best non-veg restaurants in Bangalore.

  1. The Big Brew sky

Address: Sarjapur Road, Behind MK Retail, Before WIPRO Corporate Office, Bangalore.

The Big Brewsky, easy to get to but not so easy to spot is situated just ahead of the Wipro office on Sanjapur Road. The place is spread around over a large build in the area, with a pond in the middle. All-around the pool cushions are placed, table arrangements are on the top level and with a bar outside the brew. The pond side was the beloved area to sit. The microbrewery is well-designed; the beers are light, refreshing and appetizing. The Mainland Pork and Bacon Wrapped Pawns was a fantastic partner with the beer. The pork pretty much melts in the mouth like butter piece, when hot. Bacon on top of Pawn was equally mouth-watering as the pawn on the inside. Indian Chicken Tikki was served with sauce, while salad and mashed potato on the plate section. The Tikki of kadhi patha was delightful, loaded with flavor and well done on charcoal. The music was pleasing for the evening hours, good club music and very cooperative staff. However, it is one of the leading class non-veg restaurants in Bangalore to take pleasure in a cool evening.

  1. Absolute Barbecue

Address: 3rd Floor, 90/4, Marathahalli Outer Ring Road, Near Park Plaza Hotel, Bangalore.

Absolute Barbecue is a Mongolian barbecue buffet eatery with plenty of exotic alternatives. The place is India's first wish-grill restaurant. The enticing aromas of Overall Barbecues reach to an individual just before getting into the dim lit inside. There is a sense of entering a busy American dinner with the four counters — the wish grill, bar, dessert counter and the main course. The 'wish' grill counter is much more of a stir-fry counter-top than a grill and has choices like Rabbit, Squid, Shark, Emu, Quail, and Octopus. The smaller grill on the table has the regular meats and vegetables being cooked on skewers, where Paneer is available as well. The pre-marinated prawns had a fresh smell, Grilled Pineapple with cinnamon and honey, the Bamboo Shoots in spicy Jamaican sauce, and Crispy Corn are simply scrumptious. Chicken Baghdadi captured our focus with its vibrant yellow colors, and it has great flavor and is one of the great choices for the main course. Jalebi and Ghewar Rabdi from the live dessert counter provide the gratifying Indian dessert pleasure. The service was excellent, welcoming and well-mannered cooperative staff that is always ready to solve your queries out there. It is undoubtedly one of the best choices for non-vegetarians in Bangalore.

  1. Savory – Sea Shell Restaurant

Address: No. 27, Mosque Road, Frazer Town, Bangalore.

This place is a brigade system of culinary experts, an extensive spectrum of North-Indian, Chinese and Arabian meals. It is a family focused restaurant with dishes like the chicken shawarma roll and dinner special offers like the Musshakkal (BBQ). A bite of the Al Falham chicken with a glass of creamy Falooda is more than enough to kick the craving for food in the stomach. The Arabian chicken soup was the real hero of the meal. Iffa Dejaj, flat chicken sausages cooked in Arabian spices is a very good variety of starter. 'Arabian pulp grape' is the very best grape juice one can ever before drink in his lifetime.

  1.  Fisherman’s Wharf

Address: Survey No. 26, Opposite Shubh Enclave, Haralur Road, Ambalipura Village, Varthur Hobli, Bangalore.

To grab a bite of the finest gourmet snacks from the sea, one can pay a visit to the Fisherman’s Wharf. The restaurant provides a legitimate Goan exposure. To dig into a plateful of the classic Goan prawn curry or munch on a spicy squid Tava Fry, a gastronome must try out Fisherman’s Wharf. Sea basa, pomfret, red snapper to king prawn, lobsters, sea crabs they have all. The servers are awesome and served the Pomfret with respect to what cut had been told to them and also preferring the choice of spices. The meal was purely tempting one. With locating India’s most flavorsome goodies, one can delight in the spacious outdoor space which offers an enchanting atmosphere.

  1. Ruh

Address: 4th Floor, Ganapa Towers, Outer Ring Road, Near Bangalore Central Mall, Bellandur, Bangalore.

Ruh, one of the most authentically made restaurants in South Bangalore that gives a Mediterranean twist to its food. The ambiance here is exclusive with a Middle Eastern desert-like feel with elements such as tents, mirrors, sand floor and white pebbles etc matching the theme. besides North Indian Tandoor dishes, there’s a choice of buffet. The buffet has starters and desserts served at the table, where mains can be chosen from the counter. Some of the advised picks are the Pizza platter, Sambousek, Kibbeh Labneh, and Dolmas. Ruh is sure to suit any palate with its varied menu.

  1. Grasshopper

Address: Grasshopper, 45, Arakere, Bannerghatta Rd, Araka Mico Layout, Kalena Agrahara, Bangalore.

To have an unhurried, relaxing meal far from the bustle of urban life in the city of Bangalore, Grasshopper is one of the best-suited restaurants. Ran by fashion designer duo Sonali Sattar and Himanshi Dimri, the restaurant offers not only the best food but also the design and style is great. Reservations are obligatory and you get to choose between either a 5 course set meal or the 7 course one. The starter includes a Ginger Lime Color, followed by warm homemade bread. Second course: was Crostini with Smoked Aubergine, walnut pesto, caramelized onions and pan fried chicken. Prawn with Sesame, Seaweed, Ginger, and Mango was next to the 3rd course. The flavors are sensational. The later one was Lettuce Salad with Oven Roasted Tomatoes, Walnuts and Feta Cheese. The 5th course, Crispy Sea Bass with Minted Pea Puree which was awesome. Smoked Duck with Butter Beans and Plum Sauce is the next course after which is totally full and satisfied with the course. And the last but not the least Sea Salt infused Dark Chocolate Ganache topped with mustard ice cream is the cherry on the top. There are very few places in India, that will give you this kind of experience and Grasshopper in Bangalore are definitely one of those special places.

  1. Persian Terrace

Address: 26/1, Dr. Rajkumar Road, Malleswaram-Rajajinagar, Bangalore.

Persian Terrace is an open air restaurant Located within the Sheraton Hotel, a must visiting dining venue. Diners are provided the opportunity to have their meal under the stars at this fourth-floor terrace restaurant. All can enjoy an Arabian night out of Persia. The menu includes fresh bread from the hot tandoor oven, a series of platters and juicy kebabs and is full of Iranian delights, from the live BBQ station. The Middle Eastern dishes are prepared in an authentic manner. The Kobideh kabab has an outstanding taste. Dinner at the Persian Terrace is both elegant and a romantic experience.

  1. The Royal Afghan

Address: The Royal Afghan, 25 Windsor Square, Golf Course Road, Bangalore.

The Royal Afghan is a luxurious restaurant offering guests views over the starlit pool situated within The Windsor Hotel. They focus on authentic, traditional essence from the North West center, customers having a wide range of choice can dive into the delicious kabab platters with famous northwestern recipes and a selection of delicacies cooked in a clay tandoor. Tandoori  Jhinga, perfectly cooked in a tandoor with a marinade of Indian spices mixed in yogurt, Barrah Kabab, chunky leg pieces of Lamb, are really delicious, outstanding, tender, and had well-balanced flavors. Your visit would be literally incomplete in The Royal Afgan if you miss tasting the delectable Barrah Kabab.

  1. I & Monkey Restopub

Address: 968, 12th A Main Road, HAL 2nd Stage, Indiranagar, Bangalore.

I & Monkey Restopub is "AN ECLECTIC MIX OF KERALA & EUROPEAN CUISINE " with the minimal design of the restaurant is juxtaposed towards the exciting and diverse menu. With the cozy surroundings and lovely décor the restaurant is divided up into a formal area and a casual space. The Squid Rings and Curried Chicken Soup for starters is a delicious blend.  Malabar Chicken, bang bang prawns, fried with hot chili sambal, green peppers, and onions, is guaranteed to set the taste buds tingling. The chicken and vegetable barley broth is a conducive selection for milder tastes.