Hideout

49681956_0Xw5eoFqnAQ0wA2V0Bxviswe4dC57FDj0Wwlf6V2IGULooking for a different atmosphere for a hang out?  Nestled in Attavar, you find this spot with a stone cave-like appearance, but also a bit creepy at first called Hideout, the Barbeque Factory.  Ideal for a dinner get away or just to chill with friends.

The whole interior and exterior has more of an uncivilised look where the owner has made the walls and furniture mimic actual wood and has added fake flame torches to depict an actual cave.

The restaurant offers a wide range of Indian food along with barbeque and exotic Mocktails to tingle your taste buds. Along with this it offers a good variety of mouth-watering appetisers which include Chicken Grilled Tikka, Paneer Green Masala, Fish Tikka and Assorted Mushrooms.

Their Indian menu is particularly delicious consisting of tasty garlic and butter Naans, butter chicken, Paneer Masala and Kulcha and of course Biriyani which is good to certain level.

The Dishes in the menu ranges according to the amount of spice required and the flavour still manages to linger on your tongue.

They have very limited deserts which are standard like gulab jamun, fruit salad, ice cream, etc..

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Overall it’s pretty affordable, comfortable and has got excellent service. They also have a very nice branch at Manipal along with sheesha. A great place for a change in atmosphere and from routine. Has very limited tables so you might want to be early!

About Sumaiya Noor 14 Articles
Well, I'm your everyday student who speaks and writes her mind, current editor of Food and Restaurants at MB Mangalore. I also like to discuss worldly issues and write fiction, but food is first always! As i like to quote, "There's no sincerer love than the love for food!"- George Bernard Shaw.