offers a breathtaking view - perfect for starry-eyed couples.True to its name, this quaint little terracotta-tiled rooftop restaurant is veiled in a nook on Edward Road and is one of Bangalore's best-kept secrets.It claims to offer a fresh home-cooked, fine-dining experience with an assortment of 30 to 40 dishes with recipes borrowed from Mexico, Morocco, Spain, Italy, Oriental countries and our very own Coorg.While the interiors are simple with interesting art adorning the walls and bursts of white lilies in over-sized vases, the food is anything but ordinary.Each dish looks like it has been taken straight out of an episode of Master Chef Australia with its attention to detail and presentation of their pre-plated meals.
What makes this restaurant different from your run-of-the-mill Indian diners is that its the first of its kind to serve pre-plated Indian food.
Caperberry in Hebrew translates to provocation of desire, which is evident in this restaurants menu.
The dynamic blackboard menu adds to its enigmatic atmosphere. Liquid, the rooftop alfresco lounge, offers that and more.
You can sink into the soft white cushions on the couch and order from its variety of beverages and appetizers.
Once the heady feeling of love has descended, hop across to The Pink Poppadom for dinner.As you walk through its doors, you are greeted by an impressive wine-display wall.