Treat restaurant is located at 80 ft Road ( on the right side , towards Tippasandra) , Indiranagar , Bangalore.
One of my wife’s colleague suggested this place and we decided to have a treat for us this Saturday noon.
So we located the restaurant. It was in the basement of a two storey building , above it is a Chinese restaurant. The look from outside , suggested a small neighborhood restaurant. One of my food philosophy : “ A good taste of food can offset a mediocre ambience of the place ”. We entered the restaurant and took a seat. Being Saturday , it was quiet packed too. It was around 3 when we stepped in. We were one of the last customers to dine , as they closed the restaurant soon after we entered. So far all lazy Saturday eaters , this restaurant closes around 3 and probably opens later the evening for dinner only.
The time for menu. The immediate impression I got after a quick glance “ Pricey ”
Funnily , they have priced many dishes at Rupees ninety one ! I found it amusing ! But the price was not amusing at all for a neighborhood restaurant with a simple ambience. So the price could only be justified with two more criteria : Good quality with average quantity , Average quality with Good quantity . If both parameters are good , then its bonanza !
So with this criteria in mind , we thought of skipping the starters and directly went to the main course . We ordered Missi Rotis and Masala kulchas to go with Channa pindi , Malai kofta and also my must order choice of Jeera rice .
The dishes arrived. Quantity was not that attractive. So we decided to test the foremost criteria : The quality .
Missi roti was good . Masala kulcha though a tad small in size was fair enough. Not great but ok . Malai Kofta was a bit let down . Channa pindi was passable but definitely not yummy. Jeera rice was a disaster, I felt I could make Jeera rice better.
So my final verdict :
Ambience : Normal
Service : Below average.
Quantity : Normal
Taste : Below Average.
Price : Above average.