Bangalore restaurant reviews serves beef

Miller’s 46 – Yeeeehaaaaa!!!!

Monday, May 04, 2009Me! In words

Miller’s 46 – am still curious as to why 46. Anyways Miller’s 46 is right on the main road on Miller’s Road (but of course!!). You will find it just before the turn that leads to Guru Nanak Bhavan. Parking can be bit of a hassle since the restaurant doesn’t have any of its own. Miller’s 46 prides itself on its steaks and sizzlers and the entire place has a very “cowboy on a ranch” look and feel to it. The menu is a hard bound wooden style version complete with silver studs and brass tacks

For the evening we had a round of beers while Preethika (our vegetarian connoisseur at this meal had the Toothless Shark which was orange juice with a dash of lime juice, grenadine and crushed ice. For starters we ordered the Fried Calamari which came with French fries, coleslaw and a mayo dip. The coating was great whereas the calamari was a tad chewy. An assorted bread basket with a garlic mayo dip comes complimentary to each table.

Assorted bread basket

Fried Calamari with mayo dip
For the main courses we all opted for sizzlers. Sudhakar ordered the 46ers veal chops which was served with mashed potatoes and boiled vegetables. The chops were soft and succulent and were dunked in a heavenly tomato based sauce.
46ers veal chops
Pavan ordered the Pepper chicken steak which was a fillet of chicken breast, well done with barbeque sauce and which has boiled vegetables and fried rice on the side. I went for the smothered steak, which was beef steak smothered with a brown sauce of mushrooms, onion and capsicum. This came along with mashed potatoes and boiled vegetables.
Pepper chicken steak
Smothered Steak
Preethika had the vegetarian fajitas which came with a tangy sauce as accompaniment. For Anoushka (yes we have started ordering meals for her as well) we ordered the kiddie steak with French fries which was a fillet of chicken in a tomato based sauce with French fries.
Vegetarian fajitas
We all found our respective meals to be good and filling. While the food here is good, it’s the ambience that can be a put off. The place is done up well but the seating is arranged quite close and the place tends to get loud and noisy. It also get a bit smoky considering that you are allowed to smoke here. Baby seats are available and the loos for a common entrance which can be a bit confusing. This meal with the beers cost us around Rs 2000 but in the end it was well worth the money. It would be advisable to book your table if you plan to visit on the weekends.
Address: #46 Miller's Road, Vasanthnagar
Phone: 41131746
Cuisine: Western
Wallet Factor: Rs 1500 for two including alcohol
Parking: Not too difficult

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