Fattoush is a kind of Middle eastern salad as such. In Bangalore, Fattoush is a know Mediterranean restaurant. I recently visited the new outlet of Fattoush in BTM. A very easy to spot location and a nice family restaurant ambience, prompt service and presentation of food, especially the starters is really appealing to the eyes.
Although Fattoush has a more Indianized Mediterranean food, it’s still a good option for a family dinner.
Here is a review of the dishes I tried and few hits and misses.
Amongst appetizers, there were some excellent choices like Irani chicken tikka and Tandoori Prawns for non-vegetarians and Tiranga Paneer tikka and Mushroom Tikka for vegetarians.
I was blown away by the presentation for Irani Chicken Tikka and loved the smoky flavours. Tandoori Prawns were even more delightful, the tandoor had brought out the flavours of delicious prawns and smoked amazingly, served on a charcoal bed, it was fabulous.
Tiranga Paneer, on the other hand, was so soft and brilliantly marinated.
For me, a few things, like the mutton starter and hummus and Pita was a miss.
I really enjoyed the main course in Fattoush, both Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian. I’ll start with the non-vegetarian review this time. Mutton Rogan Josh with Kerela Paratha was mind-blowing. I feel hungry just by the thought of it. Pahadi Murg was another good option, but I was too distracted by the Mutton. Chicken Biryani was average.
For vegetarians, we had a Paneer gravy and Veg Zalfrezi. Both the dishes were delicious and well executed.
I really liked the Sitaphal cream which is a custard apple dessert, which was really creamy and flavourful.
We also tried some ice cream desserts. The ice creams were topped generously with nuts and are a good dessert option as well.
Tandoori Prawns and Tiranga Paneer in appetizers. Mutton Rogan Josh and Paneer Butter Masala from the main course. Sitaphal Cream in desserts.
My rating: 4