Restaurant Review: Ginger Tiger

A delicious roar at Ginger Tiger

The latest offering from JSM group in the form of Ginger Tiger is a winner all the way. Ginger Tiger, located in Indiranagar is a stir-fry, Chinese restaurant and the two factors that make it stand out among the competition are its price and taste. It is a challenge to balance both price and the quality of food but that’s what makes Ginger Tiger better and pocket friendly than others. Talking about the menu, it boasts of new and interesting serving with authentic Chinese offerings in sync.

JSM restaurants are known for their unique designs and uncompromising standards and after visiting Ginger Tiger for the food review, I must say- it is a step ahead of my expectation. JSM, through its subsidiaries, is the exclusive master franchisee for Hard Rock Café, California Pizza Kitchen and Trader Vic's across India, and remains committed to its vision Let Us Entertain You!

I always believe that good food should be accompanied with cosy ambience and electrifying service by the staff or team. Either of the elements missing in a restaurant can cause a bad experience for the visitor. I must applaud the team at Ginger Tiger headed by Chef Priyank who was ever smiling and informative. Chef Priyank and his team has put together a menu that features unlimited stir-fry bowls , soups, starters, and a live stir-fry counter, where visitors get to personalise the food as per their tastes.

In conversation with bloggers, Chef Priyank said “Bangalore always missed an authentic Chinese restaurant at an affordable price and Ginger tiger is here to bridge this gap”. He further added, “it has been over a month and we are glad to see the phenomenal response from the customers. It feels great to see same customers visiting twice and even thrice in a week and never complain”.

Along with my fellow bloggers, we tasted many dishes on the menu of which Chef Priyank was guiding what best was to be served. Truly speaking, I never got a chance to point a negative serving to my mates dining with me. It usually happens that there will be few dishes we tend to ignore reason being bad taste, improper cooking but here things were totally different.

Roaring hit on the menu: Steam momo, stuffed mushrooms and hot garlic sauce, Sizzling Prawns with Singapore chilli sauce, Hot spiced chicken, Stir fried chilli chicken with cashewnuts, Sliced fish in chilli oyster sauce, Spicy Thai Rice, Black bean noodles, Date and fig pudding, Sizzling fudge brownie and Chocolate spring rolls.

A special mention to Chocolate spring rolls. It was one of the yummiest of desserts I have had in my life. A big applaud to Chef Priyank for creativity and pouring bliss in the rolls. This is one item on the menu you can’t afford to miss.

With live cooking, unlimited servings of stir fries and a fancy wok – Ginger Tiger, the casual-dining restaurant in Indiranagar promises to give you the best taste of Chinese inspired & stir-fry cuisines in Bangalore.

Verdict: 4.5/5


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