Bombay Adda Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Bombay Adda Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Bombay Adda, after setting its standards in Mumbai has made its mark in Bangalore. This is the one-stop point to have a good time with your friends. They serve some amazing cocktails and the food served here is delicious too. I had the chance to visit this place with some of my friends on a Saturday afternoon and it was crowded. We were greeted by the quote ‘Bengaluru is a #Namone-stope Bangalore is an #emotio’. The wall is filled with posters and pictures of actors and movies.

Ambiance: The ambiance looks amazing with three seating arrangements. One is outdoor with a live kitchen display. Another is the indoor connected to the bar. And the top floor which is a bit hot in the afternoon but its best for the evenings. The posters, the decors everything looks amazing.

In Cocktails I had some of their specials – One was the Namma G&T – Adda special Gin and Tonic and was amazing.

I also tried B Beach Memories which was quite an amazing cocktail with cumin flavor and a tropical style pineapple taste to set the mood.

Rosemary Marlo was tequila shooter with cranberry. Loved it.

 

Food: We started with Avocado and Dukha Dust Sal; the rocket leaves with avocado and dried coconut. It was amazing.

Nachos with garbanzo beans and pomegranate feta were good, but I have had better nachos.

Pani Puri were taam Jham Pani Puri shots served with boiled chana and mashed potato. It was amazing. Had ordered twice. The tangy green pani was amazing.

Pav Bhaji Fondue had the amazing presentation but the pavs were overly dry. The Bhaji was amazing.

Hummusa were samosa with hummus and quinoa. Loved the presentation and the samosa was amazing. Best was the combination of Hummus and Quinoa.

Paneer Tikka Bruschetta;  I loved it. Quite a starter to try. Amazing.

Chilli Cheese Toast Adda style was delicious.

The pizza was thin crust with cheese, bell pepper, spinach, olives, and jalapeno. It was light and the crust was crispy. I loved it.

Pasta: penne pasta with mushroom cream sauce was awesome.

Desserts – I had a Tiramisu which was balanced with Coffee and chocolate. Worth every bite.

I also had Cheesecake which was good.

Guava Panna Cotta was amazing. Pannacotta never disappoints me.

I loved the chocolate mousse cake also. The choco chip brought perfection to the dessert.

 

Overall, this place is pretty perfect to enjoy time with friends over a drink or coffee. I would love to visit this place again for more treat.

 

Verdict: Food – 4.5/5

Service – 5/5

Ambiance – 5/5

 

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Akhilesh Math

 

Written by: Akhilesh Math

Edited by: Lipi Gupta

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