Samaroh Reviews and Ratings - Bellandur, Bengaluru
by Nihal Rao
This place is one of the best restaurant in Bellandur especially if one is a fan of Rajasthani cuisine. Not to compare but this place in terms of sheer taste and variety is on par with some of the famous restaurants in Bengaluru. Although I still feel they can improve on a few aspects such as increasing the options for deserts. Overall, I'd give a 4 🌟 to this restaurant. Quality - 4.5/5 Service - 5/5 Value for money - 3.5/5 Ambience - 4.5/5
by Sravani Kumari
This was in our to do list from the time they've opened here in Bellandur. Finally covered it today. Overhyped. What's good: 1. Location and Ambience - quiet and serene in midst of a water pool 2. Brass cutlery and the portion size - which helps minimizing the food wastage 3. Panneer starter - softest ever! Loaded with malai. What went meh: 1. Desserts - I don't know why but I dint like their 4 desserts except for their starting Moti choor. Kulfi was overdose of dry fruits. Lauki halwa was bland, cham cham was ok. And wait what was that spiced + sweet rice? I think it's a previous day pulav tossed in sugar syrup. Totally bad. You got it so bad guys. Wake up. 2. Main course - lack of new dishes. They gave the same old rajdhani stuff. Nothing spectacular. 3. Staff - if one needs anything again for service, they will be kept waiting for 10-20 mins. And a dozen waiters ask what do you need sir? 4. I got an orange piece in their tomato shorba. Yes you now get how they get that tangy taste! 4. Price - 700 inclusive of tax is definitely high ( was atleast expecting khichdi, jalebi, gulabjamuns ) 5. We weren't served buttermilk, sharbat. Middle of the meal, I saw other tables being served. Asked for it, and then got them. Also, fingerbowl wasn't offered for us. Terrible service! Verdict: it's a posh Rajdhani.. nothing so special. Sorry.
by Neerja Kushwaha
Worst service ever, cold food and the service staff who doesn’t seem to care. Even the bill took like an hour when they literally had all tables empty.
by Vaishali Murali
There are more than one reason to visit this restaurant located in the Bay.. First reason is of course food - food is delicious and sumptuous.. The quantity is just right.. Starters are good.. Main course is hot and tasty. Deserts are just yummy.. Second reason is ambience and service.. Very good indeed.. Third and probably most important is cutlery.. It is just amazing.. It feels great to eat and drink with the brass.. I highly recommend this restaurant..
by Vaibhav Sharma
Have been hearing of this place about unique royal experience and food from my foodie friend. Finally decided to explore it as it has moved into my office neighborhood in Belandur. Being one of their last customers of the day I wasn't expecting it to be a good treat as also I wasn't much hungry. But I loved the way crew passionately served the food with best recommendations and didn't seem to be rushing through even till past their normal working hours. Coming to the food it was a 7 course menu starting with rajasthan spl rich yet light sweet fine boondi which they called manwar. This was followed by welcome drink(khus sharbat) which I thoroughly enjoyed during my meals for cooling down my tummy. Next was makai tomota shorba along with jeera namkeen, which was thick and tangy but didn't connect much to my taste buds. In Chaats, they had bhelpuri and panipuri which were about average so I just moved on to next section of starters which they had named nashta. Baby corn was light and good but not much chatpata as name suggested. I liked veg roll and tomato cheese pizza which were good but not extra ordinary. Mirchi paneer tikka was show stealer for me and this was one of the best I ever had. Paneer was so fresh, rich and yummy which nice crispy coating of roasted chilli based marination. I wanted to repeat this but wanted to try out other stuff as well. Next was mukhya bhoj (the main course) which totally blew me off with each curry having a distinct combination of flavour and taste. They even had recommendations for what roti goes well which curry. The main course here is one of the best thalis I ever had. Other than raita and kadi which were also good everything else was just exceptional. I was fully stuffed by now but how could I miss desserts. Anari shrikhand was good and so was rabri malpua. Rasgulla was good but is a common dessert which you may find anywhere. But their dry fruit halwa was so good that even though I was almost about to burst out I couldn't control myself from repeating it. Their presentation is unmatched and gives you royal feel with complete set of cutlery being brassy. And best part about their servings is that they serve in little quantities while one can always repeat it multiple times. This also prevents any wastage of food which is very common with most of the buffet and thali serving places. Overall a great experience and I would definitely come back again. Price is on higher side but it is really worth the experience and taste.