Friday, 8 December 2017


There are good restaurants and then there are great ones. The good ones offer a pleasing experience and a tasty meal, whereas, few restaurants blows you away with the best of food, service and that perfect ambiance. Considering all these parameters, I came across Coyla, one of the best restaurants in the city for a sumptuous North-Indian affair. Coyla means Coal, With the essence of earthiness, Coyla is definitely worth a try. The menu has been designed by Celebrity Chef Sweety Baluja, ensuring people with extremely rich and delightful North-Indian food.

Coyla is a rooftop restaurant at Four Points By Sheraton which is opened only for dinner. At Coyla, the food celebrates regional dishes from across the North India and presents them in unique ways, playing with flavor combinations and textures. The food is rich, robust and full of life made with fresh desi ghee/butter or doused in fresh cream.  If you are planning a quiet dinner date with your loved one or looking to have some fun time with your friends/family, then Coyla would be the best place to enjoy some sumptuous food with live music on a windy evening or a starry night.

This ambiance is off-course cozy and very spacious. Dimly lit cabana style ceilings, with classy chandeliers, huge pots, open kitchen, and bar makes it a rocking hangout. If you wanna become a couch potato, then choose to chillax in the couches with their creative cocktails. The water fountain in the entrance looks so perfect and gives a great sense of relaxation.

The Hearty North-Indian Food Affair

The dinner was kickstarted with a chill glass of Lassi. We relished on a few exotic kebabs from the royal kitchen of Coyla, and trust me, we were not able to stop with just one. The Baans Aur Shingare Ke Cabab, made with bamboo shoots, water-chestnut and with the secret spices is definitely worth trying for it's uniqueness. Sarson Wali Broccoli was an interesting one, with a bold play of Indian masalas and grilled to perfection.

sarson wali broccoli

Baans Aur Shingare Ke Kebab

In Non-Veg, Bhatti Ka Murgh is one of their gem preparations, the juicy chicken is well marinated in fine spices and cooked in the tandoor will melt in your mouth. The Murgh Tangri Peshawari is a must try for all the meat lovers,  Straight from the tandoor to your plate, these chicken drumsticks are stuffed with cheese and green chillis, the aromatic flavor of charcoal and the spices hit your nostrils and tastebuds rightly and not to be missed.

Bhatti Ka Murgh

Murgh Tangri Peshawari 

In the Main Courses, we totally loved the Maa Rajma Makhanwali Daal, cooked hot in a melange of spices, butter and a spattering tadka. A complete crowd pleaser it was. Makhanwala Ghar Ka Paneer is another star dish, made with hearty ingredients like melt-in-mouth paneer, butter, cream and truckloads of love. 

Maa Rajma Makhanwali Dal 

In non-veg curries, we tried the Rada Meat,  Kukkad Makhanwala and Keema Matar. Rada Meat was the most liked, tender lamb cooked in a creamy tomato gravy and an array of traditional aromatic spices, definitely a delightful dinner-party dish. 

Rada Meat 

Chicken Kukkhad

I tried the Signature Chocolate and Grape Mocktail, a bewitching combination and definitely worth a try. 

For the Desserts, we relished on some in-house made Kulfi's.

The Crumb Stash's Verdict : 

At Coyla, it's a true celebration of good food and is definitely a place to tuck in for the best North-Indian food. From slow-cooked kebabs to aromatic curries to sinful desserts and drinks, every dish involves meticulous steps and once you take a bite you know you are in for a gastronomic joy-ride. 

Ratings : 
Ambiance : 4/5
Service : 4.5/5
Food : 4.5/5
Quality : 5/5
Overall ; 4.5/5

Coyla - Four Points by Sheraton Bengaluru Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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