http://gogirlsmusic.com/?poniker=mujeres-con-dinero-solteras&db8=17 This was my second visit to The Glass House with the same group of friends. During our 1st visit we had relished their set-meal option.
http://bullcitycraft.com/milnica/4301 Located on Lavelle Road, The Glass House is a great place for food. We decided to sit on the ground floor but inside. We could hear music playing on the 1st floor & had seen a private party happening during our last visit. As soon as you enter the seating area, you are welcomed by their dessert counter loaded with amazing looking cakes, pastries, chocolate shoes, etc. You can also see their offerings in breads, bread sticks.
http://www.capacuras.com/?rtyt=rencontre-brel-brassens&73b=28 Their menu has a steel jacket & is super heavy for a menu.
have a peek at these guys We were offered breads with their signature peanut, cumin seed, chili flakes, etc accompaniment along with olive oil. For starters we settled for vegetable croquettes as stuffed baked mushrooms were not available.
slapper dating The croquettes were served with 2 sauces & were just fine.
Main course included – Pasta in white cream sauce with mushrooms, Spaghetti basil pesto cream with herbed grilled chicken, Spicy Chicken & Jerk Spiced Tiger Prawns.
My mushroom pasta was nice, loaded with mushrooms but was a little bland for my taste. My friends enjoyed their food specially the prawns. During my last visit I had tried their signature dish – Chimi Churi Cottage Cheese Steak & stuffed mushroom. Both were really great.
We didn’t have any desserts this time but their desserts look really appealing.
Presentation of the food is something The Glass House is particular about. Every dish is presented really well. Service is very prompt & ambiance is lovely. A tad expensive but makes the experience worth-while.
The Glass House – Deli Bistro Bar
25/2, Lavelle Road, Bangalore