To most Bangaloreans, Whitefield harks back to a more gentile age – an age of bungalows whose gardens overflowed with an abundance of fruit and flower trees, an age where ladies and gentlemen walked the inner circle and outer circle in evening dress, an age of cricket matches on the village green, an age where different denominations prayed at the same church. Whitefield was a quintessential English village. Named after the man who coaxed the then Maharaja of Mysore to grant the community of Eurasians and Anglo-Indians, 4000 acres to set up a homestead of farms, cottages, inns and a church a little later.
Ebony’s 26-year-old journey has been about discovering different cuisines, culinary styles, adapting to changing cultural nuances, reviving old recipes and coaxing a few culinary gems out of friends and family. The result has been a happy mish-mash of cuisine styles, or to borrow an Anglo Indian term, a ‘Kedgeree’ (Khichdi) of cuisine styles that make our menu truly Pan Indian.
Ebony’s new outpost at Whitefield, is our homage to the grace and elegance of Whitefield in its design, while a few of our dishes pay tribute to the unique cuisine born to these parts, that blended colonial refinement with Indian bombast.
For all the fans of ASEAN - On The Edge, MG Road, we also have a few of our most popular Thai and South Asian dishes at Ebony Whitefield.
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