Accor has opened its third hotel - the ibis Bengaluru City Centre with the famous UB City and business districts in its neighbourhood. The hotel is strategically located with easy access to the Bangalore City railway station and Majestic bus station, with Kempegowda International Airport 39km away from the hotel. The hotel is also easily accessible to many attractions and points of interests near MG road and Brigade road.

Spice IT is a signature multi-cuisine restaurant by ibis Bengaluru City Centre which presents casual dining space with the best of Indian, Oriental and European cuisine. Located in the heart of the city, Spice It, offers a choice of buffet and a la carte and is designed keeping the modern traveler in mind. Stylish yet elegant, bright d├ęcor greets guests, open kitchen is inviting and sets the mood right for a scrumptious meal. To enhance the dining experience, the restaurant also offers guests a pleasant alfresco dining option.


Spice It offers the Great Indian Breakfast, which is an eight-hour non-stop breakfast concept starting 4 am to 12 noon. The Hub, with its energetic ambience, wide selection of refreshing beverages and free Wi-Fi, serves as a gathering place throughout the day.



The hotel has two meeting rooms and one board room. The board room is situated at the lobby level, WiFi enabled, equipped with a projector screen and an LCD TV, comfortable and ideal for small corporate meetings. The two meeting rooms are situated on the 8th floor of the hotel with a scenic view of the city and the spectacular Kanteerava Stadium. The meeting rooms can be combined, making an ideal venue for corporate meetings, small events and cocktail parties.

ibis Bengaluru City Centre offers 173 comfortable, well-designed, fully equipped guest rooms with modular bathrooms, in a contemporary fit-out including flat screen TV, free Wi-Fi and broadband internet access to suit the needs of business & leisure travelers. Ibis Bengaluru City Centre ensures all its guests a happy sleep at the centre of its offering with the uniquely designed "Sweet Bed by ibis™. 

With the "You Create, We Cook" concept, guests can explore their culinary skills whilst dining in an interactive kitchen environment. 

 Kastoori Murgh Tikka
(Marinated chicken chunks coated with fenugreek flavors)
Gosht Galouti
(A flavored meat patty which melts in the mouth – Galawati as its known)
 Malgudi Tawa Fish
(Generously marinated fish in stone grounded homemade masalas)
 Paneer Malai Pesto Tikka
(Clay oven roasted Paneer infused with pesto sauce)
Chicken Biryani
(The Signature dish served with mirch ka salan & mix veg raita)
Dum Ka Murgh Chaap, Subz Birbali, Dal Angara, Rogni Naan 
Hot Gajar Ka Halwa With Icecream

Overall some great food!!! Do not miss the Nihari Shorba with Shirmal.. its outstanding!!! Sad that I forgot to take a picture of that beautiful dish. Also try the Gosht Galouti... it just melts in your mouth. I also loved the Malgudi Tawa Fish...its sweet, tangy and spicy all at the same time!!!
The ever popular Rajadhani restaurant have come with a new concept of Rasovara which means the Royal Kitchen. They are trying to recreate the magic of kitchens from the bygone era where Royal cooks called Khansamas used to create amazing culinary experience for all!


The culinary experience is broken into three courses – the appetizers, the royal thali and the sweet ending. The appetizers started with the most popular Gujarati dish of all time – Dhokla!


In the appetizers, there were lot of interesting things to work up our appetite. In the starters platter that was served to us, I liked the Paneer Palak Kabab and Khasta Mutter Roll. The portions were just perfect to get your appetite working to await a Royal feast!


I loved the way Panipuri was served to us with the khatta pani in a shot glass & puri on top of it. Like you would have a shot of tequila and bite the lime, you could have a shot of Paani and bite the puri! How innovative!


Dahi vada served to us was rich with dry fruits and cashew and tasted perfectly well. We were also given Khush coolers and Maharaja Lassi in perfect amounts so that we weren’t full already just by eating appetizers!


Next up was the traditional Rajasthani Thali for which Rajdhani is very famous. This had the most popular Rajasthani dish Dal Baati Churma along with Gatte Ki Sabzi, Paneer Sabji and many other preparations from Gujarati and Rajasthani households. 


It was also interesting to see Puran Poli served along with the main course.


I loved the way the traditional dhokla was presented like Momos in a wooden basket. They were soft and fluffy and were very colourful too!




No main course is complete without Vegetable Dum biryani and Kichdi with dollops of ghee on it! The biryani was presented in kulhads which was the ideal portion size for each person. I just loved the presentation!!!


The delicious meal came to an end with some delightful sweets. My favourite is the jalebi deep fried in pure ghee!




Some unique presentation to the classical dishes. Just loved the innovation and thought behind presenting these dishes. 

Overall, this is comfort food meets fine dining. Service is generally hospitable with the staff well-informed about the dishes. And if you are in the mood for an unhurried traditional meal then we recommend their premium thali.

Rasovara: Level 2 UB City The Collection, Vithal Mallaya Road, UB City, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001