The Pallet, Whitefield

Pallet is the newest restobar of whitefield located opposite to the Zuri. Being so close to the IT hub it is surely emerging to become the obvious destination for team lunches and dinner in future. Parking is no hassle as they have provision for Valet parking.
The interiors are beautifully done with intricate wood mesh work all over. Beautiful ambience with good lighting and great music add up to the mood of this place. Pallet has a huge seating capacity (450) which again is a benefit for office events.


We went there for a review invite and were surprised to find a considerably large crowd on a Thursday night. Staff was very friendly and courteous and we were well informed in detail about the restaurant and food.
The brewery is yet to open and they are planning for the launch by March. They do have executive board rooms for private parties.
Board Room
Coming to the food, we first ordered rose sangria where as my friend had beer sangria. Both were very refreshing after a long day at office. In starters we had a non-veg platter which had chicken wings, murg dhania kebabs, think crust pizza slices, chicken flat bread and chicken liver fry.  The chicken wings were exceptionally good.
Sangria

Starters!
 In main course we had railway chicken with steamed basmati rice. My advice to all is a must try for this combination! The gravy will remind you of your mom or grandma.
To end the dinner on a sweet note we had a hefty dessert platter. Its again a very recommended option, beautifully presented and tastes awesome. I liked the carrot cake and the cheesecake the most.
Railway Chicken Curry N Rice
Assorted Desserts
The food was delicious and the presentation was simply superb. All credit goes to the very handsome chef- Mr Anuj Singh. We even clicked with him.
With Chef
As per my previous experience, any restobar's main focus is on drinks. However, Pallet is one of such places that equally focus on food and drinks. Another interesting part is the pricing. They have some steal deal offers for buffet lunches. A decent 499 bucks lunch on weekdays is a good catch for team lunches. They also have an exotic and huge spread of buffet on Sunday brunch starting at Rs799.
Overall we had a fantastic dining experience and enough reasons to visit again!





Overall Rating: 5

Rating Breakup:
  • Food:5/5
  • Presentation:5/5
  • Ambience:5/5
  • Staff:5/5
  • Pricing: 5/5



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