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When was the last time someone asked you about your Native? Maybe a few years back! But not anymore. A place called 'Go Native' will just revive the memories of your native with its authentic food and antique marketplace. Looks like a renovated village house, Go Native features more than just food. Sharing the pleasures of sustainable living, this does tell a story of living by nurturing our health, environment and community.

Points to Remember

1. Very small place
2. Only veg
3. Blissful Ambience


Go Native is a nice hangout place and for those who love ancient things but trust me the taste of their cuisines are surely new. Of course, the food is vegetarian but it is little different or I could say mixed. They serve you historic Paddu to the burger and fries. They also serve contemporary cuisine like Bise Bele millet fritters will surely surprise you and your hungry tongue. On the whole, Go Native did make a positive impact on me because of the creativity which went into making each dish. My favourites at this place are Mangalore buns, Kathal/jackfruit biryani and of course, Raggi Pancake was heavenly. The pricing, however, might be a little pinch but comparing to the quality of food, I am sure you wouldn't regret spending. Make sure, you roam around the place, make a pot (mud pot), shop some nice clothing materials and antiques. Do visit and do let me know what you think. 


#64, 10th Main,
5th Block,
Bangalore - 560 041

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