Healthy’ and ‘tasty’ really go together here

Aradhana Janga comes across 'In the Pink', an organic store cum restaurant and finds the thali satisfying and yummy.

When you feel really really satisfied after a meal, it’s worth a mention. "In the Pink" is tucked away on a road where you least expect it; a thoroughfare but maybe you missed noticing it because you were trying to beat the traffic?

Pic source: inthepink.in

But what’s so special about the place anyway? Well, for one it boasts of being "Organic", a restaurant and a store all in one. The store has been around for over a year now and stocks vegetables, bulk rice, lentils, wheat flour etc., as well as organic brand names such as 24 Letter Mantra and Kumaon.

The restaurant opened recently and is spacious. At the moment provides only south Indian thalis for lunch and dinner; north indian thalis will be launched soon.

The restaurant claims their chefs are trained on Ayurvedic cooking style and Indian traditional cooking methods to make the food nutritious and hygienic.

The South Indian meals have everything you could hope for complete with soft pulkas/puris, curry, pakoras, papad, rasam, sambhar, koorma and organic rice in 4 varieties – plain, curd rice, fried rice and pulao. Oh, did I forget to mention a couple of sweets to ensure you go home happy?!

In the Pink
No. 93, 6th Cross, N.S.Palya, Dollars Colony, BTM Layout, 2nd Stage, Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore-76 [Going north from IIM on Bannerghatta Road, turn right just after Mantri Elite Apartments (before the Mandovi signal) and you’ll see it on the right within 100 meters]
Ph: 9945001003/ 9845168462

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