Woods, Wonderla Resort, Bangalore

We ate here twice during our stay at the Wonderla resort. There weren’t other options nearby is one thing, ­čśë but the restaurant was really good and the food was tasty. Woods is a multi-cuisine restaurant serving both a la carte and buffet. We had dinner buffet here and the next morning had the breakfast buffet which was included in the price of our room.The dinner buffet was a nice spread overall, and what caught my attention was the live counter for pasta and the desserts. Not very elaborate, but the desserts were kida cute ­čÖé with mini glasses, nicely presented.
I started with spring rolls, chicken chettinadu dry, and baby corn fry. All of them were good. ┬áSpring rolls were very yummy. ┬áThere was also fish tikka which my daughter loved. I dont eat seafood by choice, so skipped it. Then had some butter naan and roti with a paneer gravy. That was good too. Tried some tomato rasam in a bowl. It was tangy and slightly sweet. The pasta made at the live counter was good. Final touch to the main course with curd rice and pickle, just yummylicious ! Moved to┬áthe desserts, the mini dry fruit falooda was very nice. Chocolate pannacotta was ok, and the cheesecake was good, the brownie below it could have been a tad softer. They were so small, that you could easily eat more than one ­čÖé
Overall, the bill came to about 3.7K for 6 adults and 2 children and it was worth it.

The next morning, we were here for the complimentary breakfast, and the fine-dining image of the restaurant somehow disappeared ­čÖé ┬áThe restaurant was crowded, and after about ten minutes, we managed to get a table. ┬áThe breakfast spread was also good, but essentially Indian. ┬áThe bread slices, corn flakes and egg omelete were the only items to contest that it was continental. ­čÖé ┬áThe waiters were really stressed out and it was difficult to catch their attention. ┬áThere was a live counter where you could order eggs as masala omelette or scrambled. ┬áFor an omelette you had to wait for at least five minutes. ┬áComing to the other items on the spread, masala dosa with the red chutney was out of the world ! ┬á It was small, bangalore-styled dosa, slightly thick, but crispy. ┬áVada was crispy and good. ┬áCoconut chutney was good. ┬áPoori masala was just ok. ┬áParatha was good. ┬áFinished it off with black coffee and it was good. ┬áOverall, good breakfast, but in terms of service, they had to step up big time !