Stuff’D – Fusion food and more

Stuff’D is one stop shop for all your fusion cravings. Located directly opposite to Diamond District, Old Madras Road in Bangalore, Indiranagar area you can find Indian dishes in a new avatar here. This innovative chain is being curated by a fitness freak who is looking to turn Indian food healthy but with a twist at a pocket friendly price. Their flagship outlet has a small seating area with a couple of tables as well. On a busy day you can find it completely filled out, but, the food is worth the wait. These fusions come from around the world be it Italian, Chinese, Mexican or European dishes.

When it comes to the menu, the items are limited to give you the best food experience. You can find different types of Lassi’s or Gilassi, Milkshakes and Floats. We tried their Mango Lassi which is made with vanilla icecream. The Lassi was thick and not overly sweet. The Lassi is topped with a scope of icecream as well for a perfect finish.

Coming to the appetizers the menu comprises of Gol Gappas, Conpati, Toasts and Bowled Meals. We had the Arabita Mac Gol Gappa which is a new avatar for our favourite Gol Gappa. At first, we were skeptical about the taste but this turned out to be a rather surprise. The Puri is filled with Pasta and topped with Olives and Pickled Red Chilies. The Puri is served with light tomato sauce. The combo was simply delicious, and we were blown away with the simple ingredients and amazing taste. A must have!

Next, we moved to the Peri Peri Veggies Toast. This soft bread toast is topped with onions, capsicum, corn, olives, red chilies and ofcourse cheese. These veggies are tossed in Peri Peri seasoning for extra flavoring. The soft toast really worked for us and it seems like we were having pizza. This dish is served with potato wafers. The whole thing came out so well!!

The highlight of our meal was the Noodle Rasam. Here is a dish which is a twist of Chinese noodles with South Indian Rasam. Yes, at first it might seem a light weird but this dish will surely change your mind. The Noodles are cooked in a Rasam Sauce and is served with a poppadom. The Rasam Noodles was spicy and tangy as expected and the taste was incredible. It also has a great value for money since it is filling and keep you up for the whole day.

At StuffD they even came out with healthy desserts like the Coffee Oats. Yes, you heard it right. These oats had a creamy and milky finish and topped with chocolate chips and wafer biscuits to add another layer of texture. We loved it!

At StuffD be ready to be bowled by their amazing fusion dishes. Though the menu is small but all the items on it and just incredible. Stuff’D will soon be coming out with outlets across the city to cater to a wider audience.

StuffD – Fusion food and more – Scorecard –

Food/Taste – 9/10
Service – 8/10
Value for Money – 9/10
Ambiance – 8/10
Quantity/Quality – 9/10
Stuffd Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato
Overall – 4.3/5

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Rohit Dassani

Rohit Dassani is one of the top culinary reviewer on Zomato/TripAdvisor for the last 5years. By profession he is a IT Professional who escapes to world of food whenever he gets a chance. You can reach him via contact page or email!

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5 Responses

  1. Walter Otto says:

    wow it’s amazing.
    I can’t wait to see more fusion dishes. All these dishes that your are showing and their fusion all are so looking good and tasty as well.

  2. Asian Foods says:

    Nice blog.. it is very informative.
    Regards:
    Asian Foods Near Me

  3. ken Miller says:

    Nice combinations of food and unique as well

  4. Everything looks so scrumptious. Thanks for putting up the amazing list and being new to Bangalore your blog has helped me a lot

  5. Lovely Post. I like it. Lovely Variety of food. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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