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Nibble and Gulp at High


Small eaters can go gaga over the Nibble and Gulp festival currently being held at High Ultra lounge, Bangalore. Xiao Chi, which literally means ‘Small Eats’, is an inevitable part of Asian cuisine. High is serving a range of Asian Tapas to nibble accompanied by colorful shooters to gulp. 
Here's a photo tour of the cleanly crafted food and drinks...



Oriental style deep fried shrimp skewer with Japanese bread crumbs and unamayo...


Son of godfather- Jim beam, amaretto and fresh lime shaken to perfection.


Mini California maki with topping of crab salsa...


Gold dust- Cinnamon infused whisky shaken with apple juice.


Chef Suresh and Myo continue to surprise with the impressive fare...








Devil sour- Devil is always risky after whisky, pink grapefruit juice and fresh lime.


Asian style mini chicken satay with homemade chili dipping and Asian herbs...


First kiss- A blend of gin, rose water, fresh lime and litchi juice...


Rice cracker with vegetable salsa...


Shrimp cracker with salmon and avocado salsa...


High Idea- An idea of layering vodka, Malibu and blue curacao...


Every dish on the menu is a hit...


Asian style mini sweet corn fried with chili dipping...



Kokum lover- Kokum flavored vodka stirred with cranberry juice...


High special Chicken gyoza with homemade soya chili dipping...





The delectable food and drink combinations keep your tongue guessing...








Mini shitake nigiri...


Shooting star- A combination of gin, fresh lime, cinnamon and orange blossom.


After having all the imaginatively rendered small eats, the main course was a story of comfort and simplicity. 

Thai yellow curry...





And the charming dessert...


The fare can be memorable enough to be your last meal. I was quite dazzled by the crazy gourmet circus.

13 comments:

  1. I'd love to try some of your cocktails, they look so pretty

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  2. Really amazing dishes and drinks. Make my mouth water :D Thank you for linking up with "Through My Lens"

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  3. Your photos are certainly a feast for the eyes. Sampling those cocktails might keep one from reaching the main course.

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  4. Everything looks gorgeous! Teresa from NanaHood

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  5. Oh my gosh - these are too lovely to eat!!!
    Thanks for linking up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/11/ein-karem-birthplace-of-st-john-baptist.html

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  6. More great food from Bangalore. I love the brightly coloured drinks.

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  7. Those cocktails look so delectable! Perfet accompinament to that equally delicious food! My mouth is watering!

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  8. I have never had tapas, but would love to try some! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    Jann

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  9. I'll have one shooting star and some Asian Curry. Thank you :)
    Wonderful photos of some delicious looking food!

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  10. HI Shiju,
    The shrimp cracker looks the best.
    Thanks for bringing your post to the Blogger’s Pit Stop
    Janice, Pit Stop Crew

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