Planning a birthday party in Jayanagar?

Birthdays are not just simple affairs with a bunch of friends, cake, balloons and candles, anymore. Today, childrens’ birthday bashes can be quite a fancy event with everything from bouncing castles to magic shows, all managed by professionals.


Hotels/party halls have tie ups with event management companies for the décor and theme of the party though it is optional. "The basic décor starts at Rs 3000, magic show at Rs 2,500, tattooing at Rs 1,500 and caricature at Rs 2,500", says Srinivas N, an event manager.

"My five year old son is always excited to go to a birthday party just for the games and return gifts. It’s a new concept, but kids enjoy a lot", says Padmaja Vinod, 33, a homemaker.

Here are a few of the venues where your child’s birthday party can be celebrated in south Bangalore.

Pai Viceroy, which houses an exclusive party hall, is a good choice. It can accommodate around 200 people. Food is as per your choice, you can choose from the menu. It would work out to about Rs 350 (inclusive of taxes) per person. You can go for buffet lunch or dinner. Pai Viceroy offers only vegetarian food. They have south Indian, north Indian and Chinese cuisines. They also have tie ups with a few event management companies.

#1504, 16th Cross, 9th Main, Jayanagar 3 Block. Ph 9485184810

Kandi Tree in Jayanagar 4th block is another hotel with a banquet hall. It can accommodate about 150 people and this place offers Indian and Asian cuisines. They offer a wide range of dishes for the buffet lunch and dinner and charge Rs 350 (inclusive of taxes) per person. You can optionally use the service of the associated event management firms.

8th B Main, 4th Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore. Ph: 9902300300

Suvee Boutique Hotel in Banashankari 3rd stage has a huge hall which can accommodate 300 people. They have Indian and Continental cuisines. It is priced at Rs 350 per person for a vegetarian meal and Rs 450 for a non vegetarian meal.

#304 100ft Ring Road, Near Devegowda Petrol Bunk, 4th Phase 7th Block, Banashankari 3RD Stage. Ph: 9341223410

Jalpan restaurant at Jayanagar 7th block is an excellent place for birthday parties. It can accomodate around 100 to 150 people. It offers Indian and Italian cuisines at Rs 330 per person. They have both lunch and dinner buffet (unlimited). They have tie ups with Shotimeevents, an event management company.

539/49 9th Cross 7th Block West Of Kanakpura Road, Opp Nethradham Hospital, Jayanagar. Ph 26761992


  1. karthik says:

    Hi, nice info on venues near kormangala. Could you please provide similar info about birthday places in and around M. G. Road.

    Thank you

  2. Venkatesh says:

    These rates are very exorbitant for what is offered. However, as long as people are there to splurge there are such venues and event organisers to make hay while the sun shines.

    The wise ones will go for better quality at a more reasonable price.

    Remember, birthday party is for your child and the prime concern must be to make him / her happy. Please do not take it as an excuse to “entertain” your special guests or senior colleagues.

  3. mansoor says:

    Nice article indeed. But yo celebrate this kind of party you need venue and this is here:
    Birthday Halls in JP Nagar

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