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    Fly the colours
    Ongoing throughout the World Cup season is a special menu from Church Street Social. Try their signature breakfast trays (which ranges from English breakfast to desi style) at the special rate of `250, or if youa��re feeling brave, you can opt for a tricolour Long Island iced tea at Rs.2,299++. At Church Street. Details: 41622755

    breakfast-BrekkieHome from home
    If you prefer watching the match A�from the comfort of your own living A�room, order your breakfast from Brekkie, whoa��ll deliver a three-course meal to your door, with the theme in keeping with the teams playing that day. Expect a main, a snack and a small treat! Check out their website for regular updates on specific menus. Rs.80. Delivery in and around Indirangar. Details: brekkie.in

    vodka and masala nachosFuel up
    Cheer for your favourite team on the big screen at The United Sports Bar with special treats too. India gets paan flavoured vodka and masala nachos, Sri Lanka supporters can have banana puree with rum and Tunga chicken wings and Aussie fans can sip on beer and eat fried chicken. Rs.2,000++ for two. At Phoenix MarketCity, Mahadevapura. Details: 67266661

     chocolate ganacheDomestic goddess
    If youa��ve always wanted to bake but feel that you lack skills, then help is at hand. Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef Pooja Dhingra is running a two-hour workshop at Foodhall. Shea��ll teach you how to make red velvet, chocolate and vanilla cupcakes, as well as cream cheese, chocolate ganache and rose-butter frosting. Free event, registration required. February 21, 3 pm. At 1MG Mall, Trinity Circle. Details: 22086533

    2002Food9Side2Chocolate heaven
    Britannia goes beyond the cookie A�and introduces Chunkies, a chocolate A�indulgence that contains 30 per cent A�chocolate chips, making it deliciously sinful. Baked to perfection, the Chunkie is as crunchy as a biscuit, yet the chocolate chips add a smooth note when you bite in. Perfect
    with your mid-morning cup of tea! Rs.50 upwards. At MK Retail, IndiraA�nagar. Details: 25254754

    2002Food9Side3Walk on by
    Join Unhurried for a biryani walk through Fraser Town. Youa��re advised to come on an empty stomach as youa��ll need to sample offerings from six of the areaa��s outlets. Also expect to learn about the history of the dish, and pick up tips on how to create it at home. Rs.1,000 per person. February 21, 5 pm. Details: unhurried.in

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      A new resto-cafe combines fine dining and cafe culture

      Not a month goes by without a new eating spot popping up in Kammanahalli, or what is now being called KammanHattan. Keeping in mind the ever-changing scene and intense competition, the owners of Byli (short for Bet You Love It!) have tried to bridge several markets, curating a space for the young as well as families.
      Byli makes the most of its small size with a careful layout. Step inside and youa��re greeted by wooden bench seating, which traces the edge of a striking water feature, drawing your eye to the deli counter and blackboard specials menu at the back of the space. Off to one side is a more private, air conditioned area where there is both lounge seating and bar stools. We chose to sit in the shadow of the water feature, and were encouraged to sample drinks from the in-house mocktail bar, settling for a Pom-Berry Belini, and Abia��s Crush, a house specialty which combined vanilla ice cream, lime juice, soda and pineapple crush, all to delicious effect.
      Spoiled for choice.
      The menu is extensive, with all-day breakfast on the one hand, bar snacks, burgers, pizzas and fine dining options on the other. We started with the spinach, artichoke and cream cheese dip, which is served with grilled focaccia strips, and is highly recommended to whet your appetite.
      Skipping light eats, we moved straight to main courses, opting for vegetable veracruzana and lamb souvlaki. Simple yet effective, the Veracruzana paired grilled cottage cheese with generously spiced Spanish rice and a sherry cream sauce. The lamb in the Souvlaki was tender, and worked well with the soft, home-made pittas, Greek salad and creamy tzatziki sauce. We were almost too full to sample the dessert, but managed to squeeze in few bites of Sneaker Treat, a decadent combination of chocolate cake and chocolate mousse.

      600 for two. At First Avenue, 5th Main, HBR Layout.
      Details: 40999906
      a�� Maegan Dobson Sippy

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