Christmas Lunch in Bangalore?

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Okay so I have probably left it far too late but where can I go for a traditional Christmas lunch buffet, not too concerned about price but if it is inclusive of drinks it would be nice. Any suggestions would be gratefully recieved.
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Where are you?
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I'm in Bangalore
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If you are not too concerned about the price then you should check up with the 5-star hotels like leela and Taj westend (Their brunch on weekends costs around 1300/- ). If you dont want the drinks then you should check out Indijoe at air port road. Their lunch buffet is excellent value for money priced at 175/-.
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Sunny's probably does something as well.
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I dont know about Christmas, But "THE ONLY PLACE" had a turkey buffet dinner for Thanksgiving. You could give it a try.. I was dying for some,..they even gave pumpkin pie We occasionally visit there, when I get a craving for home food..They even serve steak. Though I am leary of eating any beef in India. I tend to wonder where it came from.. is this the cow that didnt make it through traffic or what? :P Hehe..Prices are decent..a bit expensive..but nothing like the Leela, dinner for two usually costs between rs. 600-700.
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Thanks for reminding the name of the restaurant, THE ONLY PLACE. I had been there last year (I am PIO living in US) when I visited. I met with another PIO who is working in Bangalore and she had brought a friend with her husband who are Indian. If I recall, they have a large outdoor seating, and although, they do not have a liquor license, they can get beer from the nearby shop and pour into Coke plastic glasses! Also they have a wide menu. So, here I was, ordering tradional Indian fare - paratha and goat curry. The local Indians ordered steak and western fare! Funny how we crave what we miss.

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Sunny's had a plated X'mas lunch and may continue for a we days after. Try OP's, they'll have turkey, but no ham, till the end of the year.
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Update on The Only Place, they DO have a liquor license now and openly serve beers and wines!
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I will be in Bangalore from jan 19th-29th. Any Imer's wanna get together for dinner or lunch. Let me know at dandeva@earthlink.net
I leave on jan 13th and so please let me know by then.
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