#BangaloreRoundUp: 5 Events This Week For Every Foodie

Those mid-week blues getting to you? Feel like letting your hair down and going out for a some good food, wine and/or beer and some conversation? We have the perfect fix for you. Here are some events you do not want to miss this week. So get into something comfortable, fun and cosy and head out by yourself or with friends, family and loved ones.

1 The Military Hotel March

Military Hotel, Bangalore


Date: 25th September, Sunday

Time: 8:00a.m – 11:00a.m

Venue: Buddhist Temple, Opposite Freedom Park, Gandhinagar , Bangalore 

These popular small eateries cater to people from all walks of life. Serving largely meat dishes with authentic hand-pounded masala, rich spicy curries and local cuisine – all cooked on coal, The Military Hotel’s food is considered to be the city’s soul food. Visit some of their hotels, learn about their history and treat yourself to some mouth-watering cuisine.

2 Rajasthani Food Festival

Rajasthani Food Festival


Date: Up to 25th September

Time: 12:30p.m onwards

Venue: Howard Johnson, Hebbal, Bengaluru

One of India’s most dynamic cuisines, Rajasthani food is known for its richness, authentic flavour and spices. Largely influenced by both the war-like lifestyles of its inhabitants and the availability of ingredients in this arid region, the food available in Rajasthan is like no other. The water scarcity in this arid desert region led to the locals using a lot of milk in their dishes. Moreover, this is one of the few states in India where the local cuisine is purely vegetarian, but delicious! Head over to the food festival at Howard Johnson to experience the Royal Kitchens of Rajasthan through an elaborate selection of traditional recipes.

3 Oktoberfest at Bangalore Brew Works

Bangalore Brew Works Oktoberfest


Date:  Up to 30th September

Time: 12:00p.m onwards 

Venue: 10th Floor , Prestige Towers, Residency Rd, Shanthala Nagar, Bengaluru

Raise your spirits at this Bavarian gastronomic journey as Bangalore Brew Works is back with its annual Oktoberfest. Authentic food from the streets of Germany, such as Bierocks, Potato Pancakes, Sauerkraut Balls, Bratwurst Sliders, Pretzels, Apple Strudel, and Sandkuchen, make the menu to give you a quintessential Oktoberfest experience. Along with the festival are special brews such as German Bock, and Gluten free Quinoa Pale Ale specially crafted for you!

4 Oktoberfest At Lobby Lounge

Lobby Lounge Oktoberfest


Date:  Up to 3rd October 

Time: 11a.m to 12:45p.m

Venue: Lobby Lounge, Sheraton Bangalore At Brigade Gateway , West Bangalore


  • Veg – INR 350 (With Alcohol)
  • Non veg – INR 475 (With Alcohol)
  • Dessert – INR 200 (With Alcohol)
  • Grazing Platter – INR 1500 (With Alcohol)

Celebrate the World’s largest beer festival – Oktoberfest  at Sheraton Grand, Bangalore. Feast on German delicacies like pork knuckle and sauerbraten, with a Bratwurst counter  and a deal on 2 International Beers as a part of this combo. Relish a special Canape menu consisting of vegetarian and non-vegetarian German specialties like salads, desserts, pretzels and lots more!

5 Noodles of Asia Food Festival

Asia Noodle Festival


Date: Up to 9th October

Time: 7:00p.m onwards

Venue: High Ultra Lounge, Rooftop, World Trade Centre, Malleswaram, Bangalore

South India’s tallest lounge bar brings a reason for all ‘noodleheads’ to celebrate. The Executive Chef Myo has orchestrated a special menu to celebrate Noodles from all around Asia. Known for his expertise in food fusion, Chef Myo has chosen Noodles ranging from Hakka Noodles from China, Stir Fried Curries Rice Noodles with Shrimp, Pork & Vegetable Noodles from Singapore, Phad Thai, Udoon, Bamee and a lot more. The authentic taste and traditional way of cooking will take you on a gastronomical journey across countries, as you taste the dishes from the menu. 



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