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The new menu of Habanero

I recently visited Habanero, the Tex-Mex restaurant at Koramangala, Bangalore to sample their new menu. It was nice meeting Chef Dan Durkin, a native of Colarado, US who is the man behind the new menu that includes his signature creations as well as Tex-Mex favorites.

Here's a photo tour...

Dan is showing us how to do a Mexican Wave... No, he isn't...


Compared to the other two Habanero locations in Bangalore, I found this more to my liking with more space and lots of natural light..

The live preparation of Holy Guacamole served with warm homemade Tortilla chips...

Zucchini Fritters with Tomatillo Relish...


Queso dip with chips...


Pork green chili stew - a bowl of slow-cooked meaty stew served alongside soft tortillas...


Kiwifruit Margarita...


Fish Veracruz - steamed basa atop vegetables, doused with a tangy, spicy Veracruz gravy - a Mexican coastal specialty....


Stuffed roasted red pepper - sweet red capsicum stuffed with paneer and rice served straight from the oven...

A portion of the stuffed roasted red pepper...

Pork Soft Shell Tacos...


Tres Leches cake - A Mexican dessert made by soaking overnight a cake in three different kinds of milk - evaporated milk, condensed milk and heavy cream...



You can reach Habanero on FaceBook at: https://www.facebook.com/HabaneroTrulyTexMex

36 comments:

  1. When I think of Tex-Mex I don't think of Bangalore! Wow! Zucchini Fritters with Tomatillo Relish look really wonderful!

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  2. That queso looks so amazing right now. I'm sure many expats and locals alike are excited about this restaurant!

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  3. Booyah!! That is one superb restaurant. That taco looks like a 10/10!! You showed great restraint to shoot before eating.

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  4. Lovely foods--but I couldn't spot the postcard?

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  5. Great photos &, when we talked on the phone, I guessed trees leches cake before you even told me the ingredients. It is one of my favorite cakes of all time. There are several San Francisco bakeries that excel in making this wonderful dessert.

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  6. Whoops, I meant TRES leches, not trees leches....it's 2AM! Brain needs sleep!

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  7. Yummy! You are making me hungry (even though I already had dinner).

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  8. I always leave your blog hungry for me! Everything looks delicious!

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  9. Those zucchini fritters look delicious to me!!! Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)

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  10. As a Tex-Mex lover right here in Texas, I'll say that looks awesome!
    Fresh tortillas and guacamole make it!
    :-)
    Traci

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  11. Oh, my. I should never have looked at this post so close to lunchtime. I love TexMex and this all looks DELICIOUS!

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  12. You had me at the zucchini fritters! However, my heart STOPPED for the pork tacos. Buen provecho!

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  13. Okay, now I'm hungry :-)
    This looks like a fantastic meal.
    Please pass the Holy Guacamole!
    Happy SIMC, jj

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  14. That food looks so fresh, bright and delicious! I love your food photography, it always makes my mouth water :)

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  15. Divine and sooo tasty!! a delicious stew and stuffed roasted peppers...yummy! No doubt! A good week ahead!

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  16. I am sure he will share many US menus with you. Nothing better than Mexican food from Texas.

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  17. Looks like a fun place to eat! The food looks SOOO delicious!

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  18. How wonderful that you have a Tex-Mex restaurant where a real chef is preparing the food. Everything looks good. I especially like the tantalizing and refreshing looking Marguerita.

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  19. Oh what fab photos and all that lovely food

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  20. So many mouthwatering photos! Great captures!
    Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2014/10/success.html.

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  21. That looks delicious - and I like the architecture. Thanks for sharing it with us at WWDD!

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  22. Really love the interior! You are so right about the how spacious it looks. And those food! Lush! #ww

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  23. Looks pretty amazing! I'll have one of those kiwifruit margaritas, por favor.

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  24. I think I should visit this restaurant and critique it....I'm definitely a Tex-Mex expert!

    Here's my Wordless Wednesday!

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  25. Oh yum! That looks like some fancy tex-mex food.

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  26. Everything looks good.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2014/10/ww-young-and-old.html

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  27. I wanna jump into the screen and eat them all!
    Great shots!

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  28. oh yummy, mexican food is my favorite! i wish him tons of success!

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  29. that all looks sooo yummy! I think I could eat there (and have margarita's!) every single night. especially con queso dip and warm home-made tortilla chips. I think I could live on that.

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  30. That Tex Mex food is making me long for a trip to Texas! Beautiful photos of the food!

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  31. woooow...I'm literally drooling...everything looks yummy indeed..

    Happy WW..

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