Casual Dining

Echoes

Koramangala 5th Block, Koramangala
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Echoes Reviews and Ratings - Koramangala, Bengaluru

Insane!

Rated 5.0 by Shantanu Paul

Beautiful ambience, courteous service and lip smacking food. There is very little that you would be left asking for. Had a great time. Definitely recommended.


Insane!

Rated 5.0 by Shahnawaz Khan

Food - 3.5/5 Ambiance - 5/5 Service - 5/5 Ordered - Paneer Tikka, Chicken Burger The only thing I didn't like was the size of burger, it was quite small according to me because the price was standard. And if I'm not wrong, that's the only size they serve. Giving it 5 stars, because the vibes were really good. I felt like sitting longer. Oh yeah! Speaking of which, we were asked to leave as soon as we finished since the other part of the restaurant is under renovation, making other ppl to wait longer.


Insane!

Rated 5.0 by Nandini S B

ECHOES has a nice ambience, was lil difficult to locate initially. The music was a bit loud. The unique thing is it is entirely run by challenged people (deaf n dumb). They use sign language. The food was really tasty and good quantity. We took a garlic bread, two salt lemonade, one pasta and a pizza. It was a lot of 2ppl, so got the pizza packed and had for dinner. Breads were very fresh. Value for money. Will definitely recommend.


Great!

Rated 4.0 by Abhinav Arora

The concept is very good. But it's a little overrated as the food wasn't very good. The experience is good. The staff is very trained and handles everything perfectly. There is one guy who translates in case we want to communicate something to the staff. Everything is well organised. The ambience is good with a good interior. For food its 3.5 stars but as the experience is unique giving 4 stars


Insane!

Rated 5.0 by Neha Kuvelkar

Had visited this place for dinner with a friend. Was curious to visit this place for it's theme but the food here was excellent and staff here did a commendable job! The ambience was great with some inspiring quotes all along the wall ( my favorite one was the one which said broken crayons colour as well!). The live music complimented the night very well. The courteous staff made the dining experience more enjoyable. We had the fish malai tikka with mint chutney. The fish was flaky and soft such that it melted in the mouth. The spices though marinated the fish, they did not overpower the taste of the fish. The fish tikka is one of the best ones that I have had so far! We tried the baked chicken lasagne and it did not fail to impress us. The cheese sauce was creamy and the cheese used had a gentle salty twist to it. The lasagne was perfectly layered with minced chicken in ample amounts. Overall it was a great dining experience. PS- I have dined at a similar themed restaurant in Mumbai and let me tell you that the food here is way better.