Hard Rock Cafe Review | Bangalore

Hard Rock Cafe Review | Bangalore, Foodie land blog

Sometimes, more than the food the ambiance and the environment matters more and provides an experience worth remembering. Of course if it is combined with good food then the experience reaches a whole new level. 
We have been to places like Soho ST, The Black Pearl and Jhaal Farezi which have a splendid ambiance indeed. But this time we were looking for a different kind of environment, related to music.

Hello Curry Review | Home Chefs | Bangalore

Nowadays we visit restaurants, cafes and hotels in which the food is always prepared by professional chefs. The food served is obviously good, as they are prepared by professionals but it is highly doubtful that it will give the same feeling as that of a home cooked meal.

The difference is that the professional chefs do not prepare food with as much care as it is prepared at home. This is the reason why everyone loves the food prepared by their loved ones at home.

Mrs.Magpie Cafe | Kolkata | Review

Mrs.Magpie Cafe | Kolkata | Review

If someone asks me to chose between chain cafes’ and  quaint , local cafes , I would always and I mean always pick the local cafes because I personally, am not a very big fan of the same taste of coffee plus I like to see what each of these places have to offer!

One such special cafes of Kolkata are the Mrs. Magpie café! And they specialize in beautiful cupcakes.

They have “bite size” cupcakes and normal sized cupcakes, but the bite size cupcakes are too cute to resist and they have so many flavors that everyone would have something of their choice.

Mrs.Magpie Cafe | Kolkata | Review

Flury's | Park street | Kolkata

If you know about Kolkata’s Park Street then there is one place you would know about for sure, Flury’s .
A tea room that has been there since the time when Kolkata used to be the Capital of this country! It is a place which every Kolkata resident knows about and you’ve got to have some “Breakfast at Flury’s “ days. Oh no! , Not tiffany’s :P

Absolute Barbeque Review | BTM Layout | Bangalore

It is not every day that we get an opportunity to dine out with a bunch of great food loving people. But we sure got a chance and it was because of the Food Bloggers Association of Bangalore (FBAB). We were invited to the 8th FBAB bloggers meet at Absolute Barbeque. This branch of AB’s is at BTM layout, Bangalore and it opened very recently. 

Rubi's grill review | Kolkata | Diwali Special

There is a different kind of charm being in a cafe in your home town with old friends and loved ones, especially when the cafe serves grilled meaty delights.

These experiences can be relived again and again. The cafe under consideration is a cosy place with a musical ambiance and an outdoor seating arrangement. The name of the joint is Rubi’s Grill, located in Dover Lane in Gariahat, Kolkata.

Tibetan Mother's Kitchen Review | Koramangala | Bangalore

Tibetan Mother's Kitchen Review | Koramangala | Bangalore
Fried Pork Momo

It is very easy to go with the herd and do what everyone does, but how often do people break their bounds and do something different—rarely!

The above statement applies to everything, including food habits. So here it goes, this time we tried Tibetan food for a change because a change is always refreshing (and very necessary once in a while!)

Being together and staying together

Before the advent of cutting edge technology, people did not require a social network to call themselves social. We used to live as a family, not of three or four but of thirty or forty. Larger numbers did induce quarrels and bickering but the entire family behaved as a single unit guided by the elders.

As mentioned in the holy bible: “Love thy neighbour as thyself”, earlier people interacted with neighbours much more even if they did not live next door. In today’s scenario, especially the housing complexes even if people live as next door neighbours they rarely interact and even look and smile at each other.
Human beings are social animals and we are all meant to act as a unit because whatever we achieve alone, together we can always achieve more! But nowadays, with daily advancement in technology—headphones, laptops, smart phones and applications attract most of us and we forget about the basics of living in a society.

People have forgotten that indulging and enjoying music is not just plugging in a headphone throughout the day, interacting with people is not just texting them via whatsapp and updating status and posting photos on facebook is not at all being social.
Although these are the current trends from which big companies are becoming even bigger, robbing people of their social quotient (SQ), Kissan India has come up with an ingenious plan to bring us together as a unit, showing us that compassion and real togetherness is much more important than just being technologically savvy!

This initiative called Kissanpur, is driven so that we as individuals meet and connect in person rather than via digital media and of course express and feel real emotions. This is a motherly initiative as Mother Nature is one of its main players. As a part of the initiative, we have to order tomato seeds online and plant them. The whole objective is to free us from our current digital barriers and come together—family, friends and neighbours to discover how the tiny tomato seeds grow into juicy red tomatoes.

There is a video capturing the theme explained above, as to how we as human beings have materialistic desires and we let them take control of our lives, neglecting our surroundings and of course Mother Nature. But there is one thing this video proves: That there is goodness in all of us, all that needs to be done is to draw it out! 

So, it is time to put those music players, headsets and laptops aside and test your gardening skills, not only to grow tomatoes but also to rekindle the connection with Mother Nature and of course rejoicing with the people you love, face to face.

Jhaal Farezi Review | Kolkata | Durga Puja Special

Jhaal Farezi Review | Kolkata | Durga Puja Special

Normally, we head out into the sun and attack random establishments but this time it was a different scenario.  We were back home after quite some time and we wanted to try out a very well known restaurant which we didn’t try before. 

This review is one of the “Durga Puja Specials” and the name of the restaurant is Jhaal Farezi located in Circus Avenue, Beckbagan in the Park Circus area. We were really looking forward to this experience due to the well known punch the food here packs.

Jhaal Farezi Review | Kolkata | Durga Puja Special

The restaurant looks like a big old house, which is gorgeously renovated and it has several sections for different dining experiences. The place of entry has a courtyard with wooden dining tables with umbrellas for dining out and a bar which is made out of stone! The place of entry is similar to that of a royal mansion and we were escorted to the first floor to start proceedings ;)

Jhaal Farezi Review | Kolkata | Durga Puja Special

The decor was quite fun, elegant and vintage! There were 3 rooms on the first floor and in each room there were portraits: each of different story line ups and they were rather interesting. The seating arrangements were very comfortable but the table space was a bit cramped. Old candles in the corners, high ceilings and beautiful chandeliers added the extra spice!

Now coming down to the lip smacking 4 course meal:

ITC Gardenia "You Ask We Answer" Event | Bangalore

ITC Gardenia "You Ask We Answer" Event | Bangalore

We were invited for an event quite some time ago but it was recently that we came to know about the venue and of course the brand associated with the event. We were quite thrilled as we got to know about the venue and it was quite an experience indeed.

The venue was ITC Gardenia, Bangalore situated in Residency road and of course the brand associated was none other than ITC itself. The name of the event was “You ask we answer” by ITC Foods. 

Bangalore Food Fete 2015

Cheese and spinach Stuffed chicken from Dice N Dine 

Hoolla foodie land tourists! How are you doing??
First weekend of august was quite eventful for us, because after tasting the new menu of Air Asia, we went to a food festival we were invited to the next day! There was an entry fee of 150 for everyone who wanted to join in!

Black Pearl Review | Koramangala | Bangalore

Black Pearl Review | Koramangala | Bangalore
The Black Pearl Entrance

Classic restaurants are always a favorite for every foodie, but just like someone needs a palate cleanse after eating the same kind of food again and again, classic settings need to be put aside and one should go for a themed restaurant. We were dining out at many locations, but even though there was a wow factor in the food the wow factor in the ambiance was missing. We were planning to go to The Black Pearl in Koramangala, Bangalore for quite some time but the plan was being delayed every time, until we got out hands on a groupon and we couldn’t control the urge anymore!

Air Asia India's NEW Inflight Menu

We went on our first blogger‘s meet a while back and I have to say that we started with something great! We were invited by Air Asia to try their new IN-FLIGHT Menu. Both of us woke up early and left for the airport, all excited and a wee bit nervous.

 But, I have to say that the Team of Air Asia was very warm and welcoming which made me really comfortable! The Food Bloggers we met on that day were even more welcoming and friendly! This proves that people who love food have a big heart!

Chaat Box Review | Whitefield

Chaat Box Review | Whitefield
Papri chaat,Chaat Box Review | Whitefield

Different people have different opinions and similarly every person has likes and dislikes regarding food. Some love desserts, some love kebabs, breakfast items, etc and there are some who are chaat lovers. So before reading on ask yourself this question: Do YOU like chaat items like samosa chaat, papri chaat, panipuri etc? If the answer is yes, then definitely read on. (Even if it is no, do read on because you might like it once you try!)

Chaat Box Review | Whitefield

The past weekend, we were near Marathalli, Bangalore and something struck us. We came across a new but unique establishment called “chaat box” a while ago, but their service area is near Whitefield and ITPL. Since we were near that area we decided to try what they had to offer. Although they are new to this realm, they have great customer focus because in spite of being outside their service area, they still gave us assurance that they would deliver.

They delivered at the time we requested and they delivered the items reasonably hot. At the current point of time they are only doing home delivery which is fast and free!

A tweet with #GetAirtel4g can get you a 4G SIM in no time!


In today’s fast paced life, time is money and the one thing which we all demand is speed! We want to travel faster, surf faster, transact faster and what not! So, in these times of crisis, urgency and need for speed, an old well wisher comes in a new avatar and guess what? You can get it delivered at your doorstep with nothing but a tweet!

Now how cool is that? We order food, clothes, accessorize and electronics online and rarely do we receive it on the same day. In this case, all you need is a 4G handset and a twitter account (and of course a data pack). By now it is quite clear that we are talking about 4G, but it is the name associated with it that gives reassurance—not only because it is a telecom giant in our country, but also because it is the most trusted and reliable network. If you are thinking what we are thinking, then it can be none other than Airtel.

Yes folks, Airtel now offers a novel 4G SIM delivery service in which an existing Airtel user having a 4G handset can get a 4G SIM delivered at their residence via a tweet using #GetAirtel4G. This is a one of a kind initiative which shows how much Airtel cares for its customers and wait for it—it is absolutely free!!

Consider this as step 1 and after an user  tweets using the hash tag “#GetAirtel4G”, he/she will get a reply from the @AirtelIndia handle on twitter, redirecting to a page where the user can enter the necessary details for SIM delivery.
Now comes a shocker! We followed the above mentioned procedure for SIM delivery and we received the”4”G SIM in just “4” hours!! It was known to us that the SIM gets delivered the same day, but 4 hours? That was real fast!

So are you tired of low speed internet? Do you have a twitter account? Are you an existing Airtel user? And lastly do you have a 4G compatible phone?
If the answer to all these questions are YES, then just remember that an Airtel 4G SIM is just a tweet away! 

Speed is good, but more speed is better!

Pot Biriyani, Electronic City | Review

Pot Biriyani, Electronic City | Review
Pot Biriyani, Electronic City | Review 
I have to say that, I hate the food I get in my office cafeteria, and there are only a few people who would say that they like the food here.  And the biggest problem is that the food gets over within 2 pm and I am a person who like a little late lunch. So, last week something of the sort where the “good” food got over happened, and I had to go out in search of food! (I think I just thought of myself as a cave man!)
There are a few restaurants around my office but I had tried almost all of them out and I wanted to eat something from another restaurant.

Meeteaing Review | Electronic city | Bangalore

Meeteaing Review | Electronic city | Bangalore
Pancakes with chocolate spread and maple syrup +Meeteaing 

Conventionally, it was known to most of us that there are coffee parlours, ice cream parlours and of course kebab joints and what not! But it is quite recent that tea joints/parlours came into the picture (except for the roadside ones of course :P).

 Tea is one of the oldest and the most traditional household beverage which was forgotten until the advent of establishments solely dedicated to varieties of tea.
We found a place which is dedicated to serving tea quite a while back, but it was recently that we finally crashed in to try some great variety of tea. The name of the establishment is Meeteaing, and it is located in Neeladri nagar, Electronic city Phase 1.

Moriz restaurant, electronic city review

Rocky and Mayur have ventured out to explore food from all parts of India and curate videos on Askme.com.  I'm contributing my part by relishing my favorite dishes at Moriz restaurant and sharing my views with you all!

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Normally, while going out to dine we have some sort of an idea in our mind especially the type of cuisine we are in the mood for. Yesterday was Friday night, so we decided to go out and eat somewhere just to celebrate the upcoming weekend. We were searching for a restaurant, where we did not eat before.

Spicy Grill Chicken Kababs | Street Food

So, here we are with the street food series of The Foodie Land Blog. And we are starting with our latest find, A kabab joint in Electronic City situated near Wipro Campus and exactly opposite Concorde Manhattan apartments. 

The street food reviews will be short and sweet!

This joint offers only chicken kababs prepared in a Andhra style. Spicy and smoky is how I would like to sum up the taste of kababs. 
The kababs are made to order, six pieces of chicken at just 30 INR!

You will have to wait for sometime, while the person( will get the name from next time) prepares the chicken on smoking coals!
The Smoke lends such an awesome flavour to the spicy kababs and that is something worth trying!

I would say that you should totally check out this joint because there are very few kabab joints here in electronic city where you get freshly prepared kababs! 

Do let us know if you know some great food joints in and around Bangalore! We would love to check those out !

Till next time! Bon apetit !

100ft BBQ Lounge Review || Koramangala

For young, working professionals every quarter end is an exciting time as there are project parties/team outings and a lot of fun without spending much from your own pocket.
Similarly, I had a gala time this week. A great team outing with a great team at a great place! What more could one ask for! The restaurant is part of a hotel, the De Oriell Boutique hotel situated in 100ft road, Koramangala in Bangalore nearby the famous Sony World signal crossing. 

The entire day the entire team was very excited as we had an excuse for not working much and we preserved our hunger as we were going for a dinner buffet. This was one of the few times Priyanjana did not accompany me to some place I was going to eat.

Protect yourself from the Monsoons!

Hey Everyone!

My weekends are normally quite exciting and fun, but I felt like sitting this one out for a change. Time was flowing rather slowly when I came across an article about something which all of us know, but very few of us actually make it a habit to follow!

The article seemed favourable to the eye and I actually read it entirely because it was not only well written, but also the content was worth following! The article is about “5 Monsoon Accessories You Absolutely Cannot Do Without” under the section of Family Life. Sometime later I came across an opportunity on BlogAdda to write a blog post on the article which I had gone through a while back. So, I am participating in the ‘Ready For Rewards’ activity for Rewardme in association with BlogAdda.

The best thing about the mentioned article is that it sugar coats the necessary details, thereby implying that we should enjoy the monsoons, but we should do so responsibly! 
(I apologize for sounding like an alcohol brand promotion, I hope you get the idea :D). 

Beijing Bites Review, Electronic City outlet

Chinese and Thai cuisines that are available in India are somewhat different and Indian-ised versions of the original dishes. And that somehow seems to works very well for us, because from what I have noticed I can say that Chinese “Fast Food” is the second most popular fast food or meal, obviously after our respective regional favourites ! (It might be different in your case :P)

Last week, we went to the nearest Beijing Bites from where we stay, in Electronic city. This outlet is a fully fledged restaurant, not the usual tiny outlet in a food court of a mall.
But I have to say this beforehand that I did not like the ambiance much, it was okay.
Décor was basic and something I would not be very happy to see , but I can say it was okay.

We went for dinner, around 9 at night and the place was full so we had to wait for around 10 minutes and then we got a place. We had ordered while waiting so we were expecting a quick service. But, the people ordering after us were getting their food before us. Maybe it was our choice of unconventional dishes, but the service time was around 40 minutes.

 Beijing Bites Review, Electronic City outlet

We ordered Dragon rolls with Garlic sauce for starters. This was served quickly. On the menu you will see that this is spicy, but I did not find it to be spicy at all. The taste was good of the rolls.

The rolls were basically fried dumplings filled with minced chicken. The garlic sauce was very lightly flavoured , almost bland.

 Beijing Bites Review, Electronic City outlet
 Beijing Bites Review, Electronic City outlet 

 Beijing Bites Review, Electronic City outlet

 Beijing Bites Review, Electronic City outlet

 Beijing Bites Review, Electronic City outlet

Next, came in our main course order –
Khao phad Kapde  , Mixed Nonveg Koithio, Honey hunan Chicken and Fish in oyster sauce. The quantity was sufficient for three people and two of us are large eaters anyway.

I really liked khao phad kapde, this is a Thai rice and is full of flavours. You will like this if you like strongly flavoured rice. Love the fact that this was really moist and full of seafood.

I didn’t know what Koithio was before I ordered and I was very happy to get what I didn’t expect.

I love flat noodles and Koithio is Flat noodles. This tastes okay and has an odd combination of sauces.
Lightly flavoured with lots of vegetable, this is something I would like to eat when I am looking for something light to eat. My only disappointment with this was that this was served to us cold.
I DO NOT like cold food.

Honey Hunan Chicken, sweet and savoury. Loved it! The chicken tasted really good as they were fried strips which soaked the gravy nicely. This is all sauce, no distinct flavour. But it is something you would like if you like light Chinese flavours. As, far as honey is considered , I didn’t get any distinct flavour of honey.

Fish in Oyster Sauce – Light and savoury, not spicy at all. I loved the soft cubes of fish. I have to say they were cooked to perfection.

So, to sum up I can say that apart from the service and ambiance, I like the food and pricing very much. Because, all these summed up to less that 1000 INR , which is pretty reasonable given the quantity. But, that is it.

I would go back there because they had some more interesting things on the menu which I would like to taste and will definitely update you about it.

Till then let’s see how I liked Beijing Bites-
Food- 3.25/5
Ambiance – 2.5/5 (They played only Himesh Reshamiya’s Songs!)
Service – 2.5/5
Cleanliness – 4/5
Value for money – 3.75/5

 **Please excuse the picture quality. 

Beijing Bites Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Faasos Review | Electronic City outlet and home delivery

Faaso's Review | Electronic City outlet and home delivery

In our busy day to day lives, it is often not possible to go to different places and eat. So, we have foodpanda, tiny owl and other saviours which have come to our aid.
One such saviour is a food chain called Faasos. Earlier we used to order online or through the mobile app. One day we decided to give the dine-in facility a try! 

The nearest outlet of Faasos is at electronic city near Lords Plaza. I did use the mobile app to order before hand so that we get the food as soon as we enter. I ordered a non vegetarian wrap combo, which consists of three non veg wraps. The best thing about ordering through the app is that one can customize which wraps are to be included in the combo.

Mad Over Donuts Outlet at Garuda Mall Review

Mad Over Donuts Outlet at Garuda Mall Review , Indian Food Blog

As a 90’s child, I have seen the best cartoons ever made and in almost all of them policemen used to run around with something in their hands. This “something” was a concept of the west and it was not readily available in our country.

But it is not the case now. These things are widely available in Kolkata, Bangalore and throughout India. The things which I am talking about are round, fluffy, sometimes glazed and are sweet. If you have guessed doughnuts—you’re absolutely right! ;)

Last Sunday, we were out shopping. It becomes quite boring in the weekends, so we decided to visit a mall which we had not visited before. We were nearby Brigade road and the closest mall was The Garuda mall on Magrath road. It was unusually sultry outside and we took refuge inside the mall. Leaving all the insignificant details (i.e. the details not related to food :P), we roamed around and visited some shops, us being us, we were hungry soon.

We went to the food court of the mall and discovered that we have had food from most of the vendors before! The rest of them were providing OK food at a very high cost. Then suddenly, it occurred to me that were is a small shop, just like an island amidst the others. It was a small outlet of Mad Over Donuts!

Surprisingly, I had a freecharge coupon for MOD as well :P. So, we waited no longer since doughnuts or any dessert for that matter, are one of the things we love having!

We were relieved to know that they accept freecharge coupons (wooh! Life saver!)

They had a good collection of doughnuts alright! We saw all the varieties and finally decided to take the black forest doughnut, the chocolate spot and the one with gems all over (I don’t exactly remember the name :D).

Mad Over Donuts Outlet at Garuda Mall Review , Indian Food Blog

Mad Over Donuts Outlet at Garuda Mall Review , Indian Food Blog

Mad Over Donuts Outlet at Garuda Mall Review , Indian Food Blog

Mad Over Donuts Outlet at Garuda Mall Review , Indian Food Blog

We were served hot doughnuts and all of them were simply delicious.
The black forest doughnut tasted a lot like a black forest pastry. It was soft, buttery, coated with milk chocolate and it had a cherry on top! Lastly, it had no filling.

For me, chocolate spot was the best! It was softer than the black forest, buttery and no filling. But it had a milk chocolate coating and shredded chocolate over the entire doughnut and the taste was WOW!

Lastly, the gems doughnut (that is what I would like to call it) was pretty good. The taste of the doughnut was masked because of the flavour and chocolate in the gems, but overall it tasted pretty good. The best part of this doughnut was the looks: it did look quite pretty :P. It was not as soft as the others, but it was buttery, chocolate coated and with Cadbury gems all over.

We had a short but a worthwhile experience! Now it is time for the final review:

Taste: 4/5
Quantity: Price is decent according to quantity.
Service : 4/5
Since , this was an outlet at a food court of the mall we are skipping the cleanliness and the ambiance factor!

Mad Over Donuts Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Soho St. Review | Koramangala

Soho St. Review, Koramangala, Bangalore 

Bangalore offered us a great climate from the very beginning but when it came to food the offering was even better!

We have tried out many fine dining restaurants, but one fine day I was in the mood to HOG (:P). I persuaded Priyanjana as well. The plan was to attack any restaurant which was offering a buffet. We had a light breakfast and we were on the hunt. With the help of our best friend Zomato, we discovered this place located just near to The Forum Mall in Koramangala. We enquired about the menu and it sounded pretty impressive.

Thus, we decided to go forward with our plan! We entered into the restaurant and the ambiance left us stupefied!
The space was huge and the tables were very well spaced and organised, topped with fine dim lighting and in the centre one can actually see the food being prepared!

The first 5 minutes was a big thumbs up! Next we were served and greeted by a very decent, well behaved and courteous waiter. After this we decided “Bring It On!!”

So, the feast started:

The opener was a mint mojito! The best we had had in a long time ! Every sip of it seemed to tickle our taste buds and increase our urge to gorge :P. Along with the mojito came the starters. The pictures give only an indication of how awesome they were but believe me, the taste was unparalleled!

There was the shredded chicken kebab, mutton kebab, prawn kebab and the fish kebab. All the four preparations were so tasty, that we actually lost count of how many times we asked them to serve! (They definitely thought they shouldn’t have allowed us in the first place ;)). The chicken and the mutton had a smoky flavour, whereas the prawns and the fish were a little sweet, thanks to honey I guess. But nonetheless, it rocked!

But wait, I forgot! There was more!—chicken Banjara kebab, fish tikka and chicken tengri kebabs!! Oh the joy, the bliss, the excitement and we behaved like absolute gluttons!

You think it is done?? Think again ;)
Prawn, Lamb and Chicken momo’s! The white one was prawn, the yellow one chicken and the red one was lamb! Even writing this down makes me want to go there again, seriously!

Now, the starters are almost done, just a couple more :D
This one is my favourite, but many might not like it—crab meat sushi! Along with this there were little bite sized chicken shawarma rolls, which we both didn’t like very much.

I wish I had 1 more mojito, but too much greed is bad right!

*There were 2 counters as well*-- Live pasta and Kolkata rolls counter! We customized our pasta, with loads of mushrooms, baby corn and black olives, but there was nothing special about it. You can get that anywhere! The Kolkata rolls had too much mustard in them and the taste was not good at all! I do not like wasting food, but I had to waste half of the roll.

Now, the main course and the desserts:  The main course included mutton rogan josh,  , chicken biriyani, and a preparation of fish. We did not have much on the main course, but we tasted everything and they were good but nothing special.

Desserts were like the starters: variety, colourful and tasty.

Gulab jamuns, Baskin and Robbins ice cream, caramel pudding, mixed fruit custard, brownies, fresh cut fruits, litchi pastry and pineapple pastry.

The gulab jamuns were fresh, soft and delicious. B&R ice cream is B&R ice cream :P. The pudding was equally good. It was smooth and without any lumps. The brownies were iced and with chocolate sauce and it was pure bliss of course! I had as many brownies as my age I guess :D. Finally, the pastries were good, but there is nothing special to mention about them.

Overall the best items were:
1)      The Momos
2)     Chicken Glass noodles soup ( I am not a big fan of soups but Priyanjana had around 4 bowls of soup with different types of bread)
3)      The kebab starters(all of them)
4)      The tengri kebab
5)      The Mojito
6)      The Sushi
7)      Mutton rogan josh and the fish main course
8)      Brownies, gulab jamuns and the pudding.

The experience was just amazing with all the lovely varieties of food, the cosy ambiance and the excellent grade of service. Summing up, We had a lot of buffets in the past—BarBQ nation, flame n grills and others, but SOHO ST, stands out because of the variety of dishes and the peculiar but mouth watering taste of its dishes.

Now time for the marks :-

Food - 4.5/5
Quantity - C'mon, it was a Buffet! 
Ambiance - 4/5 ( They said they have live music, but they didn't )
Service - 5/5 
Cleanliness - 5/5 

Hope this review will inspire a true foodie :P! Cheers! And of course, Bon Apetit!
Do let us know how your experience has been if you have been to Soho St.

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