Opus Food Stories , Create Food Memories in Bangalore
Opus Club launched its brand new fine-dine Restaurant “Opus Food Stories” this December. A place where one can connect to Food creating Memories.
December is all about delightful time. With sparkling lights, Christmasy vibes in the air, it’s a perfect time to enjoy a Sunday Brunch with Family. Opus Food Stories offer you one of the best Brunching options in the City. You will definitely fall in love with dishes they have specially curated for you.
The spacious seating, lip-smacking food, and sassy cocktails are the three things that one gonna enjoy here.
Live Counters at Opus Food Stories
The food spread is really massive. You will enjoy walking around those live stations. The waiters tottering around will carry your food to your table from live-stations. There are Chaat Counters where you can’t miss any of those chatpata items. You can always ask them to do a makeover the way you like. I started with a plate of Dahi Poori followed by a hot plate of Matar Chaat. It was so yummy.
Mini crispy Dosa is something that will tempt you for sure. The delightful sight was the live fish counter. Seafood lovers can feast on those grilled fishes with a glass of ‘Flaming Whiskey Sour’ Cocktail.
You can happily spoil yourself with an array of the dim sum of Asparagus, sea-food, and Chicken. I loved the one stuffed with crab meat and prawn.
Apart from the Brunch, The well-curated general menu by chef Swatantra Verma has loads of options for a filling and satiating meal. The decor, rustic furniture with live-music will add-on to your delight.
The honey-glazed Pork which was slow-cooked for hours was the showstopper. Pork lovers can sit for hours enjoying the succulent slices of the perfectly cooked glazed rack of pork ribs. There was Beer Chicken too where the whole chickens were cooked in Beer tins.
Indian Tandoor is a must for me at any brunch. I enjoyed the hot grilled luscious pieces straight from the clay oven. The well-marinated meat with the right amount of spices makes a perfect bite. Of course, the culinary sensibility of chef matters. The sight was enough to tickle my hunger pang.
Smoky drama by the Mixologist presenting ” Cocktail at Opus Food Stories
In the main course, there were wide varieties of Indian dishes. The Awadhi Mutton Biriyani was a killer. One of the best biriyani I ever had. I enjoyed Nalli Nihari Ghost with Kulcha.How can I miss to talk about the best part of a Brunch, ‘Desserts’. I started with Rasmadhuri.It was served with soan-papdi and was totally addictive. Caramel pudding is my all time favorite that I had with a glass of wine. There was a live Jalebi counter too. I grabbed some crispy potato jalebis to end my Sunday Brunch with a happy note.