One stop destination for Ideal Sunday Brunch – Opus Food Stories Sarjapur
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For a peaceful Sunday brunch with your friends and loved ones look no further than Opus Food stories. It is the one-stop destination for all.

Located at Sarjapur road, this place is one of the best Brunch experience I ever had in Bangalore. It is conjoined to Opus club and you can enjoy a day there.

I loved the ambiance. There are two seating areas – one is the indoor seating which has a classy cabin style ambiance and the outside seating is the more of a picnic style seating. Hardwood chairs and tables, with barbeque counters and live food counters. Making this a perfect location away from the noisy environment.

I visited this place with my friends and I enjoy my Sunday like never before.

The brunch consisted of: Live Street food Counter where they were serving panner tikka, veg tikka and Pav Bhaji live. it was a delight to look at. They served Jalebi too.

Live Chaat counter where I enjoyed the Masala puri and Dah Bhalla which were the major attraction there.

Live Dosa counter just stole the show with the Masala Dosa. Amazing.

Live Pasta Counter; if you are expecting the cheesiest pasta, I suggest you try it here.

Salad Counter where I loved the salad with veggies and dressings overloaded. You can suggest your own choice.

Starters: Paneer cheese and tandoori Phool were the ones that I liked.

For the main Course: Khoy Suey was good. Dal was good. The veg biryani was good too. After heavy hogging in the live counters, it was difficult to try much of the main course.

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Dessert: The look, the feel, and even the taste made me their fan. They had a wide variety of dessert and every bit of it was amazing.

I would love to try this place again. The service was good.

Verdict:

Food: 4.5/5

Service: 4/5

Ambiance: 4.5/5

Adios

Akhilesh Math

Written by: Akhilesh Math

Edited by: Lipi Gupta

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