NSoJ Restaurant Review: A vegetarian haven bang in the city centre

One of the hot selling desserts is the Sizzler Brownie

Shiv Sagar is an old name in Bengaluru. I decided to check out their fairly recent branch opened at the strategically located PU building's mezzanine floor on MG Road. Chaats are delicious and tasted original. One of the hot selling desserts is the Sizzler Brownie. The prices are reasonable and the menu card runs into many pages. The location offers an uninterrupted view of the greener part of the city.


The service is polite and the plates are well balanced by each waiter! Chilli paneer, dosas, idli, are very popular. Easy access and enough parking is an added attraction.


The whole restaurant has an informal setting and it has beautiful lighting and one part of the wall is built completely in wire cut bricks and there is a waiting place for the customers. It has a rectangular dining table with two, four and six seaters. It has a separate air-conditioned section too.

Food – 8/10

Service – 7.4/10

Ambience –8/10

Parking - Available

Average Cost- Rs 100 (meal for two)

Cards accepted

Sanjana B reviewed the place and paid for the meals.

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