FarmLore In Bangalore Has A 37-Acre Natural Farm & Offers 10 Course Farm-To-Table Meals

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by Sanjana Shenoy
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Bangalore is home to unique dining experiences, but this recommendation will get you on your feet. After all, it’s not just delicious food, but an experience that will nourish your soul. Welcome to FarmLore! Nestled in Uttarahalli Hobli, this new restaurant has a 37-acre natural farm and offers you a 10-course farm-to-table dining experience, prepared by Michelin starred chefs. A perfect amalgamation of traditional and modern cooking methods, Farmlore is a one-stop-destination for the locavore.

Bangalore’s FarmLore Blends Traditions & Modernity

Step into FarmLore in Bangalore and you’d be taken aback by the mango groves and oversee the farm. The property prides itself on its 37-acre natural farm that groves a variety of trees, herbs and plants. FarmLore believes in ethical farming and grows the freshest produce you’d ever find. With natural fertilisers like fermented cow urine used in its farm and pruned mango wood as fire for cooking, it focuses on sustainable practices and mindful eating. The power source at FarmLore are solar panels attached atop the structure and Dung of the Hallikar cows. 

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An Intimate Dining Experience To Nurture Mindful Eating

In a time, when social distancing is the need of the hour, FarmLore has just 8 seats overlooking the pass. You must make your reservations beforehand. This is an intimate dining experience that unfolds amid a sense of calmness. The ambience is soothing and artistic. It celebrates Locavore through a kaleidoscope of inspirations and flavours. Whether you’re dining by yourself or with your loved ones, a 10-course farm-to-table meal will evoke all your senses. Listen to the sounds of rustling trees, chirping birds, witness the colours and delicate textures of food unfolding in front of you, and bite into familiar yet modern flavours.

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FarmLore Is The Brainchild Of Michelin Starred Chefs

FarmLore is helmed by three chefs- Johnson Ebenezer, the former executive chef of the Michelin-star Nadodi in Malaysia. Mythrayie Iyer has two-Michelin star Noma in Denmark to her credentials. And Avinash Vishaal has come from three-Michelin-star Frantzen in Sweden. The three chefs have curated a harvest-driven menu that’s packed with flavours. Through their intricate menu and ethical farming practices, passed on from generations,  they pay homage to Mother Earth.

 

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The 10-Course Farm-To-Table Meal Celebrates Karnataka Flavours

The 10-course farm-to-table meal doesn’t have a set menu. Instead, the seasonal changing menu brings plenty of surprises and strengthens our connections with our roots. It might also start conversations about what foods mean to us, and how can we respect produce, nurture the Earth instead of exploiting it for food. FarmLore celebrates the cuisines of Karnataka while giving its a modern twist. ‘Gulabi’, a dish with rose leather, Mandya bun and melon seeds will transport you to the streets of VV Puram famous for its mouthwatering street food. ‘Hittu’, a cult classic of Ragi Mudde, Saru and Moringa Shoyu takes you to the alleys of nourishing Naati style food.

 

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‘Nippet’, Karnataka’s favourite tea time snack has got a contemporary twist with Methyl cellulose Burger, crisps and egg plant. It looks like a mini burger and will leave you fascinated. “Nerale”, a Jamoon, Teja Jelly and Sanikatta salt dessert will tantalise your tastebuds with a sweet-fruity flavour. Stay attune for their freshly made ice creams, where the milk is sourced from their Hallikar cows at their natural farm. The milk from these cows has higher fat content which is perfect to prepare butter and ice creams at FarmLore. 

 

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Well, if you’re looking for an intimate, nourishing and enlightening dining experience then reserve your tables at FarmLore. A 10-course farm-to-table meal is priced at ₹5000 per person. While there’s no liquor at the moment, you can expect an exquisite glass of wine to complement your meals at FarmLore soon!

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