Restaurant Review : Return of Tiger Trail – Ramada , Bangalore | India
Tiger is a large-hearted gentleman with boundless courage and that when he is exterminated—as exterminated he will be unless public opinion rallies to his support – India will be the poorer, having lost the finest of her fauna.
― Jim Corbett,
The History behind Tiger Trail Restaurant
It is a tribute to the hunters in British India who went on various trails in pursuit of tiger across the Indian subcontinent, popularly known as “Tiger Trail”.
The various cuisines from the regions they trailed the tiger ,are now part of the inspiring culinary journey at the Tiger Trail restaurant. I was told that the dishes here are mostly traditional with a modern influence.
Glimpses of the interiors of Tiger Trail at Ramada
Our Menu for tonight
With eight of us together, we had the luxury of choosing plenty from the menu , both from the vegetarian & non-vegetarian section.
Soups / Lassi
Turai aur Matar Ka Shorba (v)
Flavoured Lassi shots with chat pockets (v)
Flavoured Lassi shots with chat pockets (above) & smoking hot Asli Kakori Kabab (below)
Blue Cheese Malai Tikka served with the twist of taste (v)
Murgh Lazzat Nawabi
Asli Kakori Kabab
Vilayati Tarana Kabab
Dahi Ke Kabab
Dahi Ke Kabab (above) and Ranthambore Laal Maas (below)
Tiger Trail Butter Chicken
Ranthambore Laal Maas
Paneer Dumpling Makahani
Corbett se Aloo
Murgh Dum Biryani
Sheermal / Tashkent
Murgh Dum Biryani (above) and Khubani Ka Meetha (below)
Khubani Ka Meetha
Kulfi with Falooda
Harsha Sundae (above) and Kulfi with Falooda (below)
The ambience has visible influence of Jungle theme, with lot of wooden look & feel. The food here is inspired by the various jungle trails recipes from Ranthambore in the west to Bandipur in the south, Corbett in the north to Royal Bengal in the east and has been given a modern twist and presentation. There are some hits and misses but overall it has been a good culinary experience. Apart from the ala carte , they also have vegetarian and non-vegetarian thalis with regional delicacies from Karnataka , Bengal and Rajasthan. The bar at Tiger Trail serves various Indian and Imported liquor brands.
Ramada, 11, Park Road, Shivaji Nagar,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560051