I guess Blu-O is something we’ve been waiting for, for quite a while – physical entertainment combined with good food and drink. Yes, Blu-O does do it all and quite a good job at that. Most other such venues focus on importing the machinery and largely ignore the food and drink. Not so here. They’ve combined the best of both worlds with excellent bowling, varied seating areas, private dining, soothing ambiance and a great food and booze menu to top it all. They even have an additional economical menu for those who want to focus on their game rather than the food.[nggallery id=92] [singlepic id=1170 float=right]We did pig out a bit I think with their Avadhi Platter, Lebanese Platter, Thai NV Platter, Mutton biryani, Seekh Kebabs, Burra Kebabs and some nice cocktails to wash it all down. Everything was quite good and there’s nothing I would say you shouldn’t try. If I were to nitpick I would say their Kimchi isn’t anywhere close to the real thing and their Biryani isn’t a Biryani. Having said that, ignore the Kimchi and try the Biryani – it definitely tasted good.
Do visit Blu-O for a great bowling and dining experience.
Ed: This review has been published late and needs current comments if possible.