From Singoporean To Korean: Specialised Eat Outs In Bengaluru


Pocket Pinch – Rs500 for two

Serving authentic Singaporean food, the restaurant recently changed its location making it more closer to Outer Ring Road. This will allow more audience attention. Considered as the first Singaporean restaurant in town, here, proprietor Florence Ling follows certain strict rules. An example is the restaurant shuts by 9pm as she feels eating beyong that time is unhealthy for her customers. While veggies might start with Vege Noodles, Rice, Bean Paste Buns; non veggies have a long list of Prawn Noodles, Laska or Chicken Rice and more.


Pocket Pinch – 1500 for two

So it’s evident people at Kamanahalli too prefer different genres of food and to serve the need, here is a Korean restaurant run by a Korean sibling. The restaurant is turning hype among Korean customers, but the Indian audience is yet to come in the count. Koreans here love the meat preparation called Ramen. For Indians, preferred dishes would be Chicken Bulgogi and the kimchi. Saturday and Sunday are the most populated spans of the restaurant as they remain closed on Sunday afternoon.

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