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Adults and children are on per room basis. Upto the age of 6 years two children can stay free of charge in parents room using existing bed(s) in room. Children aged 7 years and older are fully charged and accommodated in a separate room.

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Best South Indian Food in Bangalore

The metropolitan city boasts of some of the best eateries that serve the most diverse cuisines from across the world. Get the taste of the Kannadiga cuisine, Bengaluru local speciality, which serves proud variants of South Indian dishes—from crispy dosas and other rice-based dishes that are savoury or sweet to distinctive filter coffee.


However, with a growing population of expats as well as global exposure in it, the city is a delight to epicureans, with an array of international cuisine to choose from, namely, Korean, Caribbean and German bakeries. The city even has micro-breweries, with signature beer. Also, a local favourite are ‘Darshinis’, which are standalone vegetarian fast-food restaurants.


The Leela Palace Bengaluru, listed as not only one of the best five-star luxury hotels to stay in but also one that has one of the best restaurants in Bengaluru, serves the best Indian and Pan Asian cuisines.


The fine-dining restaurant Jamavar at The Leela Palace Bengaluru serves authentic regional cuisine. And every Saturday, Citrus, the all-day dining restaurant, pays ode to the state’s local specialties hosts, with a brunch aptly named ‘Namma Bengaluru’, meaning ‘Our Bangalore’ in Kannada.


If you crave a dish—local or otherwise—all you need to do is ask our chefs to cook up those delights. You may even learn of the chef’s secret ingredient that makes his dish stand out!