Hahaha I am not talking about the famous mantra but about a new little restaurant.
“Eat Pray Luv is a little hideout situated right in the beautiful area of Opera House.
It is a bit difficult to locate so I would suggest put Shiv Krishna Hotel as your location. It is bang besides that.

It hosts roughly 7-8 tables. It is a small place with two floors. However the decor is pretty cute with floral painting and artefact like flamingo.

Pure Vegetarian
Italian and Mexican

Rs 1500 for two plus taxes


Let’s get to the crux. How is the food? How does it taste?

They have tried to cover a lot of dishes like Mexican nachos, bruschetta’s, pastas and more.

We did not want to waste food so we stuck to limited options. We called for a cappuccino to begin with. Cappuccino was good. I liked the cute crockery it was presented in.


Next Up we called for bruschetta which was garnished with herbs, tomatoes and topped with cheese. We loved it.

For main course, we called
Wood fire margarita pizza – Pizza tastes the best with cheese. It was simply good.
Then we had cannelloni. I had a good one after so long. The cheese oozed out while the white sauce held the dish together.

For desserts, we tried the chocolate fondant cake. It was simply amazing. It melted in the mouth. The chocolate was rich in flavour.

So overall, it is a great choice for vegetarians.

#TGJTIPS : Try to reserve a table in advance.

EPL: Eat Pray Luv Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

By theglocaljournal

I love food , travel and decor . In the pursuit of capturing moments where the picture unfolds a story while the words talk to you .

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