Located in Brookefield, Imperio Restaurant can be best described as a go to restaurant for every cuisine. It is a multi cuisine eatery with some interesting options – mainly for non-vegetarians! The place has to focus on the major crowd pullers – the North Indian cuisine. Imperio not only focuses on the north Indian cuisine but also on Arabian, Parsi and Sindhi cuisine. Every kind of roast, tandoori and fried items are available on the vast menu.
From our observation, Shwarma is the main feature item which is fast moving and is the most ordered item online. Another item which is loved is the buffet menu. Cheap and easy – simply catering to the needs of the locals – the bachelors and office goers. Price is easy on the pocket and quantity is good. It has decent space for parking and enough space for eating out. There is also a small juice stall which provides to the thirst of juices!
Personally we liked the place but it would be harsh to compare to higher brands of restaurants. This is a twist on the typical multi-cuisine eatery with major crowd coming from the local area. There are other outlets of the place to focus on various pockets of people who would like to eat in such places! It was a great overall experience though there are some short-comings which can take it to the next level.
Close up with food!
Location – 4/5 (The restaurant is located in Brookefield – which is the hub for the migrated crowd of Bengaluru and houses lots of bachelors and families alike. This gives opportunity for such multi-cuisine restaurants to cater to every person’s need – and this location works perfect for the same. Parking is not an issue and even visibility).
Ambience – 3/5 (The place is maintained neatly maintained but honestly, it cannot compare to the other top rated restaurants in the city. Having said that, the restaurant is not meant to be compared to them as the audience itself is totally different. Its a decent place for decent food.)
Staff – 3/5 (This is one place I feel the place can improve and make huge difference in the customer experience. I did not feel that the staff tried their best to make every order fulfil in time. There were some positives – like they did explain the menu well but it took lot of time to grab their attention, getting food on time and just the overall finesse.)
Food – 3/5 (The food makes or breaks a restaurant. It is the food for which you go to a restaurant! This place is mediocre – it needs to be quickly upgraded and brought to the level of similar restaurants in the city. If a similar restaurant would open in the neighbourhood with better food, this place would suffer tremendously. Step up the game!)
Value for Money – 4/5 (I would definitely call the place a value for money but expect more in the price range!)
What’s good? (Shwarma!)
What’s bad? (Overall experience and quality of food!)