A place for Vegetarianos

Vegetarian delights! Eurasia Pasta and Barbeque in Jayanagar would be one of the best choice if you want a variety, the vegetarian way.

Rooftop, balcony or a cozy indoor seat? Choose your table according to your mood. The ambience is quite commendable. The place is surrounded by trees and plants to give a fresh feel and calm environment. The waiters are always around your table and ready to assist you with whatever you want.

Tortilla chips with salsa, cheese corn balls, Crostini Vesuvio, Hummus and Mutabal with Pita bread, garlic bread. Pic: Anisha Nair

A plethora of starters to choose from. Tortilla chips with salsa, cheese corn balls, Crostini Vesuvio, Hummus and Mutabal with Pita bread, garlic bread and more. Well! This is just the beginning. Thin crust pizzas are the highlight here. Nawabi, Tabasco, Indian and the list goes on.

Thin crust nawabi pizza. Pic: Anisha Nair

Live Pastas with the veggies of your choice is the USP. You get to stand next to the chef, select the vegetables you prefer in your pasta, the sauce you want and the way you want it to be done! Mushrooms, garlic, Broccoli, capsicum, Jalapenos, Olives and much more that can go along with your penne or fusilli pasta.

Eshanya, a new restaurant in Jayanagar, is a big no-no. Negative marks for hospitality. A beautiful rooftop ambience with an ample view of the city, can certainly not satisfy your hunger pangs. The ‘Rambo’ soup(as the waiters pronounce), which is supposedly a rainbow soup, fails to grab attention. The half-cooked, literally raw rice, will be enough to get you up and get going. Not to forget the awful pastry for dessert. All-in-all, it provides a below average service.

When it’s time for some dessert, you will have to struggle a bit to make room for it. But the sight of desserts – yes you read it right. It’s desserts, a wide range of them spread across the table. Mango and strawberry cheese cake, fruit salad, brownies and more. You will surely be tempted enough to have a bite of each of them.

So do not resist. Go and indulge in a sinful meal and pamper yourself with a buffet or pick your choice from a-la-carte.

Average cost for two is 1200 Rs. (without alcohol). Alcohol is served here.

Address: 12, 32nd Cross, Nr. Bangalore International Academy, 7th Block, Jayanagar. Ph: 22452202

Citizen Matters reviews the restaurants anonymously and pays for the meals.

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