Casual Dining

EatWater

Central Bangalore
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Phone no. - 080 43711645

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Cost for two - 1,000

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EatWater, Central Bangalore, Bengaluru


About EatWater

Address

25/5, Near Lamborghini Showroom, Lavelle Road, Bangalore, Central Bangalore, Bengaluru

Phone no.

080 43711645

Average cost

Cost for two - 1,000


EatWater Timings

Open Now

Monday

12 PM - 3 PM

7 PM - 10:30 PM

Tuesday

12 PM - 3 PM

7 PM - 10:30 PM

Wednesday

12 PM - 3 PM

7 PM - 10:30 PM

Thursday

12 PM - 3 PM

7 PM - 10:30 PM

Friday

12 PM - 3 PM

7 PM - 10:30 PM

Saturday

12 PM - 3 PM

7 PM - 10:30 PM

Sunday

12 PM - 3 PM

7 PM - 10:30 PM

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EatWater Offerings

Lunch

Dinner


More Info.

Amenities

Takeaway

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EatWater Reviews

Insane!

Rated 5.0 by Arijit Choudhury

The concept of Eatwater or Jal khabo as we say in colloquial Bengali is as simple as it sounds. Infact it is where traditional eastern indian cuisine is simplified and rendered an International appeal with convenience as the key. So the meat here is lean and fat free and the dishes suited to cater to a global audience. To start with their Shining Star, The Shukto Mousse is quite a bang and deserves to be showcased at International forums like popup restaurants and food tastings. I was impressed with the follow up with the non veg chop platter, another bong essential and then the vegetarian bora or deep fried nuggets which happened to be the second vegetarian option in our otherwise carnivorous indulgence. The bitter and blosaoms was our third and final endeavour with vegetarian apetisers and left us craving for more. The different sounding Mutton Pora was up next and the Nolengur or a unique jaggery found in rural bengal was the highlight of this dish Another benchmark was definitely the Aubergine Meat Boat, a minced meat with spices and condiments served over an Aubergine base reminds one of a Bengali Mousaka without the dairy of course. You also get delectable dips to go with the chops and deep fried dishes and the Kosa and Aubergine dips were my favourite It was time for Mains and the Kosa, a Meghalayan Pork Dish titled Dohniijong and Prawns in coconut cream sauce or Malaikari were our choice to go with rice and the very different Kasundi Rice, anothet Eatwater favourite. Like all east indians, desserts were adorned by Mango and Date Palm Cheesecake which probably needs a different nomenclature and the baked Rosogolla, either of which are pure sin and a relish to cherish. Eatwater is recommended for the Indiam with an open mind to experience a new approach to an otherwise familiar dish and for the global audience to embrace its authenticity of flavour and aroma in am International appeal and presentation. Not meant for the ones who expect traditional Bengali or East Indian cuisine.

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