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  • Nearly everybody would recommend this place to others
  • Most tried items: Chocolate wontons
  • Few people mentioned Family

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Good desert place of all time.
This is the place to visit again to try variety of
The place have best desert and a friendly service
Chef BB - Burrp User

Chef BB

August 20,2015
3.3

Best pavolva

A famous dessert place on the 12th main or Sony signal of Indiranagar. You will find this place after humming tree and just next to the slurp cooking studio. You will get enough parking place at front only if 2 wheeler if 4 the opposite side. Eatery is small and cute divided into 2 parts one is with AC other one with natural air. We stepped into in this after meeting rocky and Mayur.
Here all desserts are not good but some are fantastic. We ordered for Lychee pavolva, Hazelnut crème pot and pomegranate panacotta.
Pavolva is a meringue based dessert named after Russian. Which is good? Very well crust inside and topped up with lot of whipped cream.
Hazelnut crème pot I thought its above average I did not liked the crumble a lot. They topped it with hazelnut choco cream. I liked it but not loved it.
Panacotta is thick & tasty enough. I am not a panacotta lover so it may be not attracted me a lot.

Bon Appetite Chef BB

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Debolina Ray

February 22,2015
3.6

Could NOT be better

I am rarely impressed with dessert places. They aren’t really a restaurant or a coffee shop where one can hang for hours ordering one thing after another unless one is born with sweet teeth! Berry’d Alive proved me wrong. I was there purely to try out the dessert craze that I am caught in midst of where all my friends swear by this and other places. I went and ordered the hazel nut crème pot, one of their signature offerings the person at the counter informed me. While I waited at the counter of this really small dessert joint right inside 12th Main, beyond Habanero and Humming Tree, I was really impressed with their diverse menu. They have NOT kept things mundane at ice creams and cakes and pastries, albeit they DO have all of the above. Instead they’ve come out with this really nice, innovative, and around the world dessert creations and brought them home. Brilliant!

My dessert was great. It didn’t have a very strong flavor of hazelnut. The hint of hazelnut in the chocolate was mild, though rich, soft and creamy. Every spoon of it effortlessly pleased my palate while being savored in the mouth even after. There was no inconsistency in the cream at all. But the nutty crunchy brown base pot was a bit of a show stealer, being so fabulously done, and being the final perfect finish to every bite. The perfect contrast to the smooth cream!

Their desserts don’t have egg, which will be a welcome change for my vegetarian friends! Prices range from 115-150. Thumbs up!
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Food Knight

July 22,2014
2.6

Good Desserts

A lovely lunch at Phobidden Fruit was decided to be followed by some great desserts and having been to Corner House very often (still love it though !), we decided to try something different and so just walked down the road to Berry'd Alive.

BA is a small colourful place with minimal seating and plain decor. Though the LCD display of various mouth-watering desserts more than makes up for the lack of decor. The menu seems interesting with colourful descriptions (textual only) of their offerings. I couldn't help but wonder how great it would be if they would combine the visual treat from the LCD with the detailed Menu descriptions, thus offering us patrons a better idea about the dessert and a better (drooling :D) experience !!!

We went light on the order, thanks to the stuffing at Phobidden Fruit, and ordered for the Dark Chocolate Delice and Strawberry Mango Verrine. Both of them turned out to be good choices, though the Verrine could have been larger in size. Prices are moderately expensive considering portion sizes.

Would love to try out their offerings and maybe form a better opinion.
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coolsandeee

November 20,2013
3.5

Yummy Desserts

Wanted to try desserts from this place. The ambience is good enough with good seating arrangement. I love my chocolate and so ordered a double Decker brownie. That was heavenly. I loved that chocolate mousse

I had also tried the Hazel Nut Creme Pot. I think I liked the double Decker brownie more than this.

I had visited the place on a rainy day, and the place smelled a little "egg"y. I think this needs to be taken care of. Or else, it is a decent place to spend some time over coffee/desserts.
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Madame Explorer

October 05,2013
1.0

OMG I Was in Heaven After a Bite!

All their stuff is worth a try.. It's very expensive and one serving may look small but the stuff is damn potent... You won't be able to finish it alone. So beware of a sugar rush... Share and enjoy the brilliance! And if it's shared dessert, suddenly the bill will look feasible and totally worth it!
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Foodiejojo

August 06,2013
4.0

Amazing!

I am not really a dessert person but this place has to be rated all the way high for its unique flavor,quality and taste. Brilliant. Been here some ten times already but I will never get bored. Menu is limited and they have added new flavors lately. Must Must try!
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foodiebangalore

April 04,2013
4.3

An average first experience

Discovered this place on burrp yesterday and landed up late evening for a post-dinner dessert. Since this was unplanned and we did not have too much appetite, we decided to share a dessert between me and my wife. We went with the popular choice there, the Salted Caramel Mousse.
Given the very high expectations that we had gone with, I was a little underwhelmed with the choice. While there was nothing wrong with the Mousse, there was nothing to rave about it either.
Given the largely positive feedback of the place, we will definitely go back there to try out the other offerings. I hope to have a better experience the next time around!
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cravillioal

March 15,2013
5.0

Wow!

You've eaten a good main course at any restaurant and you decide to have something different for dessert. So you decide to head out to Berry'd Alive. You have made the right choice. The unique desserts offered here are simply amazing. Give it a try!
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Mohammed Zackria

March 04,2013
5.0

My new go to Dessert place

For a man with a huge bias towards anything berry the name its self saw this place make its way onto my wish list. Having been in the neighbourhood last week I though it was a good opportunity to finally strike this of my list and sample the highly rated desserts this place had on offer.

Its a short distance down the road from Habanero on 12th main its quite easy to spot. With a colourful entrance and simple and elegant decor to match. The place screams dessert bar through and through. We were welcomed by the owner and he politely took our order while also making some friendly recommendations and offering tips on how best to enjoy the deserts since we were taking them away and not indulging our selves on the spot.

At first glance I must say the menu though exhaustive can be confusing owing to the sheer choice of items available and the fact that each one looks and sounds better than the next. It is helpful though that they have a screen that displays each dessert so you can see what your order will look like in high definition before you decide.

We finally settled on one portion each of the coffee cream rolls, the salted caramel mouse, the strawberry lemon custard parfait and the strawberry mango verrine. The presentation from picture to what we actually got were very accurate considering it was a take away package and my god did they taste good.

My two absolute favourites were the coffee rolls and the caramel mouse because of my preference for strong flavours. The coffee rolls had a smooth coffee cream wrapped in a perfectly baked tuile that was soft crunchy and crispy at the same time. The salted caramel mouse had those irresistible deep caramel tones with the hint of salt at the end set in an edible chocolate cup. The other two desserts were more smooth and creamy with subtle layers of flavour and perfect palette cleansers post a heavy meal. The strawberry added a great tang with the cream to balance it out and they were equally heavenly.

To end it all we were pleasantly surprised to see the pricing. For the kind of skill, quality of ingredients and presentation involved any other fancy restaurant/ hotel would easily have gotten away with 2-3 times the pricing. The average price for one item is just under the 150 range and worth every last rupee.

The man here is a genius I know for a fact this is my new favourite dessert place in town and I cannot wait to go back for more and to try everything else on the menu.


Pros: - Unique menu totally off the regular path
- Very reasonably priced for the kind of gourmet food on offer
- Well located in an upmarket part of town

Cons: - just wish they were closer to my side of town
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AlphaSu

February 17,2013
1.0

Yummmmmmmmm!

If you have a sweet tooth, you MUST try this. Perhaps the first place in Bangalore that has good cheesecakes - cheesy, baked and not over sweet. The Raspberry Coffee Yogurt was awesome! Yes, its slightly pricy, but totally worth it. It has helpful staff, laid-back ambiance and a menu so different from the run-of-the-mill desserts we see everywhere that it took us quite a while to decide! Will be back for sure.
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apoorvauppala

December 29,2012
5.0

Leaves you craving for more!

THere are very few times that I have stepped out of a dessert shopping wanting more. Berry'd alive does just that to you - atleast the Hazelnut creme pot. Since I have first tasted it, I cant bring myself to order anything other than that on the menu. The staff is extremely helpful and is ready to help in case your unable to decide.
My only complaint would be with the blueberry crumble - it tasted rather ordinary. Minor disappointment, but we will be back.
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bumpy1927 - Burrp User

bumpy1927

December 11,2012
5.0

Awesome place

Absolutely good place with completely unique set of desserts. can always go back to try everything on the menu.
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mangotree1

November 15,2012
4.0

Looks and tases good

Tried chocolate wontons for the first time here and loved them! Perfect mix of warm, melty chocolate, soft bananas in that fried batter. Somehow I didn't feel guilty having one piece after another! The crumble was yummy too, as was the hazelnut creme pot. The latter was rich but it seemed too small a helping for the price. Most desserts are quite expensive, so go only when you can leave the guilt behind.
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navyadsouza

October 30,2012
2.6

Sugar High Guaranteed

It's rare for a dessert place to leave behind the usual chocolate and ice cream combinations and go for something outside the box to pamper your sweet tooth, and that's exactly what this place does.

The interiors of this place are rather funky. Neon orange and white furniture dot the place, lending it a rather bright feel that instantly lifts your mood. The menu does not go on for pages, but still you'll have a hard time making your choice since they all sound delectable. If you have trouble deciding, then I suggest that you take a look at the electronic photo frame that displays the goodies, it does help a bit. Also, take a large group of friends so that you can all order your favourites and dig in.

The passion parfait that I tried was light as air. The layers of whipped cream especially has a melt in the mouth texture to it. But after a few bites, even the most ardent sweet tooth will find the dessert a bit too sweet. Same with the chocolate wontons, although done well, with a crispy outer layer covering gooey chocolate, it can get a bit too much. You can probably share the desserts so that you don't have to be on a sugar high for the rest of the day.

Still, this place is worth it, the desserts are well-made and also not run of the mill. But, be warned, your sweet tooth will be spoilt rotten.
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Manu Hegde

September 23,2012
1.0

Overpriced, Under-innovative

To be honest, the prices are not so bad - but for this price we would expect some very good quality- considering the quantity is not something out of the world.

Our dish was a small plate of Blueberry almond crumble. When we eat desserts outside, they should not taste and look pedestrian. I have eaten better desserts for much less across Bangalore. This place might be worth a visit, but there isn't the value for money.
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menu_mania

September 09,2012
5.0

Outstanding!

Team Berry'd Alive take a bow please!

You have hit the bulls eye on quality, presentation and innovation!

We had an after dinner stopover with our 5 year old daughter. All of us were simply bowled over.

The Hazelnut stuff was out of this world. Mind blowing!
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Deepak Jhakal

September 03,2012
4.0

Yum Chocolate Cheese Cake

Have been there once and tried their chocolate cheese cake ... it was yum! liked it :-)
Saw some interesting items on their menu I would like to try out
Recommended this place to some friends in office too
Also loved their funky furniture ...
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oottaguy

August 16,2012
5.0

Got Berryd Alive in Desserts

Top find of the season! Amazing choice of desserts and everything on the menu is absolutely great. moderately priced and filling. Great stuff. Going back again and again!:D
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Tadesh Inagaki

August 16,2012
5.0

My favorite place in Bangalore

After discovering Berry'd Alive a few weeks ago, a friend and I began a challenge for our remaining time in Bangalore to have everything on the menu. Now we've got two left! Needless to say, I think this place is incredible. I haven't had a single thing on the menu that I didn't like. Perhaps most memorable and unique is the spicy banana sundae; otherwise the 'brownie and a bomb', strawberry ricotta layers, and blueberry cheesecake are particularly delicious. I'd recommend this place to anyone -- it's served especially well as the last stop after a night out. The beautiful dessert presentation and super quick/friendly service are (huge) added bonuses. Go see for yourself!!
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jaleenbatra

August 13,2012
5.0

Yummilicious

One of the best desert places in town for sure. I tried their chocolate caramel tart and I must say it was out of the world. The tart just melted in my mouth and the caramel went very well with it. Would surely visit it again. Thanks to burrp as it was instrumental in getting me there. amazing experience :)
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milindvk

August 08,2012
4.0

Scrumptious

We tried the tangy mango and passion fruit cake. We actually got it as a birthday cake for a colleague's birthday celebrations. I must say the cake was one of the really great desserts I've had in a while. The taste is perfect - just the right tang with the mango and passion fruit. There are even some surprises in the crumb-filled base of the dessert that had people scooping up the remains even after the cake was gone.
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Rachita Bhonsle

June 25,2012
4.0

Highly impressed

Some places make you want to go back repeatedly! Berry'd Alive is definitely one of them. A simple menu with not so simple desserts is what they have. Absolutely LOVED the spicy banana sundae. It has become, without a doubt, my new favorite dessert. Who would have ever guessed that combination of flavours would work so wonderfully.The frozen strawberry pudding too was quite delightful. I have to mention the 20 layered cake we had. I'm hoping its added to the menu soon. Although, one tiny suggestion, I think it would be a little better with ice cream. Becomes a tad bit dry after a point. Just a suggestion! Loved it nonetheless!
No complaints about this place. Simple, functional, comfortable and affordable. It has been a can't-stop-licking-the-spoon experience. Cannot wait to go back and try everything on their menu!
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Amitabh Goyal

June 20,2012
4.0

Berryed Alive

Frozen Strawberry Pudding was Yummm. I dont get their passion for Banana's in almost all the desserts.
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Reply from restaurant management

Thank you for being with us and tons of more thanks for letting us know of your experience. Glad you loved the strawberry pudding. It's been a favorite with the kids.

You caught us out on the banana overdose :-). We assure you, of the 16 items on the menu today, we're only serving banana in 3. We should have taken care to warn you on taking your order. Sorry we missed it.

We'll look forward to serving you the more 'different' stuff on your next visit. We'll have the milk shakes, smoothies and coffee flowing with a more elaborate menu by next week. Join us as we take the baby steps.

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madan80

June 16,2012
4.2

Very nice desserts

We visited berr'yd alive on a whim- to try out a new place. We were pleasantly surprised. The ambience is straight forward and functional. funky looking furniture was, for a change, comfortable to sit on as well. The menu is straight forward desserts- some very unique and interesting ones as well, for example the spicy banana sundae - was mind blowing - but not my cup of tea, made from chillies, banana and ice-cream.

The cheesecake was very nice, though the base was made from chocolate and topped off with a blackberry sauce- the combination was a little overwhelming. I would have preferred a plain baked cheese cake with the blackberry sauce which would have been a home run! I was, to be fair, sounded off by the good folks at the counter that the base is chocolate, and I went ahead nonetheless, wanting to experiment with this dessert.

Another must try is the coffee and walnut creame rolls. The delicate toffee rolls filled with the coffee cream - has not knocked off Cheesecake from my list of favorite continental desserts!

I wouldve loved to finish up with a shot of double expresso - but it was already quite late- atleast now I have a reason to go back there- to benchmark their coffee! :)

Overall - a lovely experience, nice desserts. Definitely a must visit again joint!

Ambience - 4/5
Food - 4.5/5
Hygiene - 5/5
Experience - 5/5
Overall - 4.5/5

Being new, this is surely a must try place for nice desserts.
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