Succulent steaks at The Only Place
The Only Place, MG Road

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What we like

The reasons why the citizens of Bangalore keep coming back for another helping are: a) We love the menu, b) The way it is served, c) The service Besides the dishes, the attitude and the service is what makes this place homely and lovable. The Chateaubriand Supreme Steak and Apple Pie are unanimously loved.

Highlights
  • Steaks
  • Chateaubriand Supreme Steak
  • Open area
  • Great service
  • Apple pie

Contact

080 61344883

About

The best recipes are often crafted in home kitchens.

The Only Place, which started dishing out continental cuisine to Bangalore’s experimental foodies back in 1970, serving simple breakfasts, casseroles and pies, has now became unanimously famous for its charbroiled lamb chops, gourmet burgers, and of course, steaks.

The steaks have been described by an assortment of words such as mouth-watering, appetizing, toothsome, delicious, delightful, exquisite, delectable and even indescribable, by hoards of happy customers, many of whom are foreigners.

Approximate cost for two is Rs. 1200.

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The Only Place

13, Museum Road, MG Road Area, Bangalore

More than 300 Happy travellers

"Stayed at the amazing Jungle Wood Resort in Coorg, literally in the middle of a Jungle. The house is a 200 year old house managed by a family who has been running this for years. The silence, peace and 'no phone service' makes you feel so connected to the nature. Highly recommended if you just wanna run away! Huge shoutout to @townista. This was my first #TownistaTrip. Brilliantly arranged and such a hassle free experience. Much recommended if you are planning your next trip."

Kabandi Saikia

"It really saved me time and effort. Had amazing time with my friends. Much needed break."

Nupur Nagawat

"Loved Townista package. Everything was perfectly arranged. Felt personal."