RUH – A Mediterranean Themed Restaurant, Bellandur

Ruh Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato
Ruh Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

KHUL JA SIM SIM !!!! These are the magical words that are to be used to enter the magical realm of Ruh.

Ruh, is a Mediterranean themed restaurant, with an Arabian Nights Ruins set up and old haveli setup. They serve both Mediterranean and Indian cuisine.

This place is located on the fourth floor near empire restaurant, Bellandur service road.

When you reach the entrance you should shout the magic word and the door automatically opens to welcome you to the Arabian Nights setup. At the right side of the entrance is your photo corner for those fantasy selfies. Next, you enter the main area where four types of seating arrangements are there- one is tent style, a normal seating, a swing seating area in the inner sanctum and a special seating area for pre-reservation. The ambiance is quite a world within the world and you would just love the place. The service is good, and the food is just out of the world.

We started with some soup:
Roasted Tomato Soup which was okay.
Popcorn Chowder soup was good. I loved the popcorn bits floating.

Drinks :
Ruh Mojito was perfect. Virgin Mojito with apples, pomegranates. It was great. I recommended it.
Jagermeister Bomb was very tasty too. This is my new found love in alcohol nor. Sugarcane juice with Vodka. Do try it.
Serli temple was good.
Kudos to the Bartender who made my drinks just the way as I demanded and yes, hats off to his skills.

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Appetizers:
Garlic Mushroom in white wine sauce; the mushroom was just perfect. Recommendation from my side.
Paneer Tikka was served hot on a sizzler plate. It looked so great and tasted wonderful.
Paneer Hari Mirch Wala was good, spicy and well cooked.
Garlic bread with smoked cheese accompanied with sauce needs to be improved.
Chaat Platter was good. I liked the bhel with the twist and dahi puri.
Herb Omelette was the one that caught my eye. It was delicious.

Salad:
Tabbouleh Salad was good and I loved it.

Main Course: I had a Cotton cheese Steak, which was amazing. I recommend that you give it a try.
Dal Makhni with Rumali Roti was perfect. No words to describe the level of it. You don’t find this finesse in Dal Makhni easily. I loved it. Recommended to all Dal Makhni Fans.
Paneer Korma was good. The paneer pieces were soft and the gravy was yummy.

They also have hookahs so you can try Night queen Saffron Orange which is mild and soothing to the throat.
Deewana and Springwater are some of the specialties do try them as well. I loved the Springwater.

Desserts: Chocolate Bomb was the display of melting chocolate and that feeling of having it was just amazing. The way chocolate melts in the mouth is literally the heaven most of the cookie commercials want you to feel. Loved it.
Baklava was layered with dry fruits. This is one of the owners secret recipes and it made my night perfect. I recommend it.

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I had a great time, enjoying the night at Ruh. This place is worth a visit and I would love to visit this realm again for some more treats and some more drinks.

Foodie’s Verdict:
Ambiance: 4/5
Food: 4.5/5
Service: 5/5

Do visit this place and share your experience in the comment box.

Adios
Akhilesh Math G

Written by: Akhilesh Math G
Edited by: Lipi Gupta

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