Thursday, September 15, 2016

Connie's at Bangalore

Was in Bangalore last month and had been to this eating joint by the name of Connie’s at St Thomas town, Kamanahalli.



After a long time enjoyed a place for its ambiance, service and the food. Need not be in the same order, but then all the boxes get ticked and you don’t mind spending some money to have a good evening.
Their servings are very generous and delicious. The complimentary garlic bread too is great. You pick any meat and they will do it the right way for you. It has been more than a month, but I can still savour those perfectly done ribs. Sorry, I did not click any of the items that we ordered as I was busy enjoying the music. Or rather taking in how the guests were enjoying the music. 



Its very rare that you see the guests enjoy the music and take part in the live music by singing and dancing. 


And when I say dancing, it includes all age group, right from the small kids to elderly couples as can be seen in the video.

I think one of the reasons for the repeat guests are those old classics from the fifties, sixties and seventies.

 Oh yes I clicked the desert and here it is. 


When you visit, do read the comments left by the guests, which adorns the walls. 




The next time I visit, I will make it a point to read all the comments (and may be attach some more to this blog post)
I would recommend that you book in advance before visiting as the tables are limited and the guests are not in a hurry to leave.

Like one of the comments says – Going Home with a Big Smile. 



16 comments:

Mary Kirkland said...

Loved all the pictures.

Gail said...

It's always nice to see different places.

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

I am glad you enjoyed your meal! What a wonderful review...

Liz A. said...

Taking pics of food is overrated. Better to get pictures of the room.

padmaja said...

Got a good idea of the place, Bengaluru that I have known all my life has changed , some for better n some for worse. Loved the pictures!

DUTA said...

It looks like a lovely place to spend a few hours eating, getting involved in music and dancing. I've greatly enjoyed the pictures.

trees said...

As somebody here mentioned, Bangalore has changed. Drastically. But even as the tech industry onslaught wrought its transformation, nuggets like this are also there, reminding us of another, more tranquil, time. And the reason why I came to live in this city many years ago.

SlimExpectations said...

I have never been to Bangalore, it's on my wishlist :)
Pics are GREAT!

Bikramjit Singh Mann said...

I better visit this place next time i am in bangalore ..


Bikram's

Maniparna Sengupta Majumder said...

I really liked the video. It shows how people there liked the ambience and enjoyed the music along with the food. The video has added an extra colour to the post... :-)

A Cuban In London said...

Loved your post. Excellent pictures. Looks like a nice place.

Greetings from London.

Barbara Fisher said...

I enjoyed all the pictures, thanks for sharing them.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

You do find interesting places!

praveena said...

Joie ... Nice review �� that caramel custard

Olivia-Savannah said...

Sounds like you had a great time! The food there looks delicious and it seems like all the people were too nice as well :)

Sujatha Sathya said...

Bangalore has so many such gems! Glad to explore one such interesting eatery with you through his post. Haven't been here yet but plan to and credit goes to you