A lavish spread of 54 dishes and live counters- is what the ads claim. And they live up to it for sure!
Agreed, they probably have the longest buffet in Bangalore, but definitely not the best - not bad either but okay I guess.
Their chaats were decent. Starters were fine. North Indian main course was regular fare, and Oriental food was just about decent.
The Longest Buffet
The Chat Counter
However, a special mention of their daal makhni - it was really delicious. Rich, creamy and the right amount of spice. We told the manager that the daal makhni was awesome - he was so pleased with the feedback that he got the chef to come over and meet us. Also, the chef very sweetly shared the recipe!
Chutney Dips Assortment
The assortment of chutneys and dips at every table is another special and interesting offering.
The dessert spread was pretty large with a variety of pastries, cheesecake, halvas, cut fruits, chocolate fondue and ice cream.
Chutney Chang takes the cake for the enormous spread, ability to continually replenish the buffet and good service. But if you are looking for authenticity in Indian and Oriental food, its not the place.
It is very difficult to do justice to such a huge spread. At best, sampling of every dish is what someone with a really good appetite will probably do. Sometimes, the very sight of too much food can kill one's hunger pangs, and that happened to a few of us.
Chutney Chang = Value For Money.
And nothing more than that.
Verdict : 3/5