Sues Food Palace: Try out rare Caribbean cuisine at Sue's Food Place which serves up a deliciously filling lunch buffet everyday. It's the only place in Bangalore that serves Caribbean food, which the Indian palette takes to quite effortlessly. The curries and stews have a homemade feel to it and the steaks are served with generous sides. Must-haves include Jamaican Jerk Chicken and divine Pork Chops. The Peanut Butter Punch is a must-try especially if you are a Snickers fan. The all-you-can-eat lunch buffet is good value for money, the atmosphere is relaxed and there's ample parking space every time you visit.
Tried this place for lunch today..btw,the name has been changed to"sue's food place".very homely place..decided on going 4 buffet..as for veg like me,d items on d menu were variety of salads, sweet banana fry,sweet bread,mashed tapioca,veg roll,veg pakoda,corn rice,normal rice,lentil stew,ivy gourd fry and 2 other curries..found dis menu refreshing from a normal buffet menu..as for non-veg,there was jeera pork,crab curry,jerky jamaican chicken,fish cutlet etc..my husband fell in love with the pork n crab curry..for desserts,there was banana cake,rum cake,fruits,and 3 other things..all of them were delicious..
ambience: homely ..they play nice groovy carribean kind of music in the background which is very ent ... மேலும் காண்கertaining.
cleanliness:very clean(even the washroom's )
buffet price:400 rs including taxes
definitely recommended..குறைவாகக் காண்க
Great food:) the pork chops- too good..do not miss it if you are a pork lover;) although it says- no alcohol, ask for the rum punch- they are very generous on the rum and then take the cake- i forgot the name- it compensates for the evening.. but make it a point to ask them which chutney to use with what- else it will not give you the Caribbean taste...enjoy- plan for a sunday lunch- the spread is really good.
Went there for buffet today. Food quality was good but not too sure if it was realy Caribbean. There was a spicy green chutney which was very spicy with some variety of pakodas. I think that they have indianised the Caribbean food completely.