If you are looking to enjoy a sumptuous Indian meal in the heart of the city, the Return of the Tiger Trail, in Ramada Bangalore is definitely an option to consider. With a distinctive ‘tiger’ theme as the backdrop, the restaurant traces the tiger’s trail across the Indian states right from Rajasthan, Bengal to our very own Karnataka.
With a delectable spread of Indian specialties that include succulent kebabs, savoury starters and chaats, stimulating drinks and mouth watering desserts, a visit here is an experience you are sure to cherish for a long time.
The setting is elegant and contemporary with the decor being done up primarily in hues of brown and olive green keeping in mind the colors of nature and the forest in particular. The 74-seater space forms for a cozy, comfortable setting where one can sit back and enjoy a meal with family and friends.
Cuisine and fare
The cuisine is Indian and the spread that is both lavish and large is truly one that exudes grandeur and royalty. The fare includes both non-vegetarian and vegetarian dishes. The carefully curated menu includes gastronomic delights that have distinctive flavors and the choicest of ingredients.
Apart from a wide range of mock-tails and cocktails, appetizers like the Panner Ttikka, Lahore subzi sheek and Paneer dahi ki tikki are some of the favorites. The assortment of sauces served with the starters only add to the flavor.
The menu also boasts of some innovative creations like the Rasam pani poori (traditional pani poori served with four interesting concoctions of pineapple, pepper, tomato and mint) and the Malai Broccoli which are a must try.
The main course includes some inviting dishes from the kitchens all across India. The Corbett se Aloo, Subzi jaipuri and the Sarson ka saag were flavorsome and very palatable. Made from garden fresh vegetables and tempered with invigorating spices, these are definitely a treat to your taste buds.
Their bread basket is not to missed with some unique twists to the usual ‘naan’ and includes the Kalonji Naan and Ajwani Naan. Rice lovers have a fair choice of delicacies too.
For those of you with a sweet tooth, there are the Indian classics like the Rasmalai, Gulab jamoon and the Phirni. The “Kubani ka meeta” which is a Hyderabadi specialty made from apricots, custard and cream is a lip smacking dessert you must sample.
Address and contact number for reservations, timings
Return of the Tiger Trail,
Ramada Bangalore, # 11 Park Road,
Near Indian Express Circle, Bangalore-560051
T: +91 80 22865566/40019555
Operation Timings : 12.30 pm – 3.30 pm and 7.00 pm – 11.30 pm
17 thoughts on “Return of the Tiger Trail: a royal food safari”
Fantastic, detailed post. Would love to try the sarson ka saag. 🙂
Thanks for sharing.
Thank you so much. Yes the sarson ka saag is essentially a Punjabi specialty and I was pleasantly surprised to sample it in Bangalore.
Appreciate your feedback:)
Rashmi the paneer tikka & malai broccoli look incredibly delicious 😋 Now I’m tempted to make them 🙂
Yes Divya; am sure yours will be better:) do share the pics once you make them!
Droolworthy post ! Everything looks so delicious !! I’m sure you had fun 😉
Yes Atul! Thanks for reading:)
Very nice spread that looks like a gastronomical delight!
Thanks Sunita, it is nice place indeed!
Great pics. Nice review done.
Thanks Indrani! Appreciate your feedback:)
That’s a good detailed review. Some dishes are mouthwatering ☺️
Thanks Alok! Appreciate your feedback:)
Lovely modern, slick interior. Food looks spot on too.
Yes it is a nice place! Thanks for reading:)
What a great review. Well written. I’ve worked with many Indians from Bangalore and New Delhi and have come to appreciate the cusine. I love samosas! This restaurant looks like it has high quality food. The broccoli dish is styled nicely.
Yes Joanne it is a nice place. Hope you visit India soon:)