If you're stranded in Bangalore, you won't go hungry. This southern city is rapidly becoming the wealthy, cosmopolitan face of India (even if the infrastructure and road system struggle to cope) and is blessed with scores of decent restaurants as a result, from swanky gourmet venues to trendy holes-in-the-wall. Its upwardly-mobile population is also adept at sniffing out good food and value—something that makes many restaurateurs use Bangalore as a testing ground for new concepts.
One such prototype is Infini-tea, tel: (9180) 5114 8810, a restaurant-cum-tea room marketed as the first of its kind in...
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