Paris Panini has been on our list for a really long time and finally we visited their outlet on Church Street. The blue theme of the restaurant is very catchy and the ambiance is nice and cute. Their story is pretty inspiring, starting out as a food truck, to now having many outlets across Bengaluru, they are loved and adored by the city folks. We tried the following while we were at Paris Panini.
French Vanilla Biscuit Shake is a thick shake that contains their famous Vanilla biscuit. It is one of their specialities and it was very tasty indeed. Since it is a thick shake it will fill you up quite easily, so it’s better you share this with someone so that you have space to try out more.
Hazelnut Hot Chocolate, yet another speciality on the menu was mind blowing. The hot chocolate was thick, had the right amount of cocoa powder and was served with a biscuit that was truly splendid.
Aime Panini was our first gourmet sandwich. This had peri peri chicken with southwest sauce, onions, and red paprika. We liked the texture of the buns that were used, and the spicy touch thanks to the peri peri flavor and the southwest sauce. This is surely for those who love to have a spicy sandwich.
Hugo Panini contained fried chicken with onions, basil mayo, southwest sauce, lettuce, fresh mozzarella, and tomatoes. After having Aime, we were hoping this would be even better but we felt the fried chicken was not as good as how the peri peri chicken tasted. Fried chicken lovers however may enjoy this dish a lot more than the rest of us. You can add some French fries to your sandwiches as well.
Butter Garlic Prawns was the best side dish at Paris Panini. What a truly magnificent tasty dish, the buttery prawns cooked in garlic and coated all over, mesmerising indeed.
Traditional Tiramisu was our choice for dessert and we were so glad to have chosen this. Served with Coffee Ice cream this Tiramisu might have been one of the best we have had in the city of Bengaluru.
Parking on Church Street will surely be a challenge but apart from that we did not face anything bad at Paris Panini. The staff help you in understanding the sandwiches, and suggest according to your preferences as well. You can find them at 20, Church Street, Bangalore.
Cost for two people would be 2000 – 2500 INR.
2 responses to “Paris Panini – Gourmet Sandwiches – Bengaluru”
That hazelnut hot chocolate looks amazing!
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It was brilliant!
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