Sudha Sirsi Is Open To New Things
Sudha Sirsi first came to Bangalore in 1959 to meet the man she would then marry. She still remembers it as the city with a chill in the air that smelled of tube roses. The smell of the city may have changed but her love of it continues. In this month of love Mrs Sirsi talks to Explocity about her love for food.
Are you a foodie?
Yes, I like to try lots of stuff but not quantity.
What’s your favourite cuisine?
Our Mysore food. When I go out I’m willing to try new things. So I’m open to all cuisines.
What’s the last place that you went to in Bangalore that you really enjoyed? What did you eat there that stood out?
At Leela. I enjoyed the meal I had that day. We had a good North Indian meal. The fish is supposed to be excellent, my son had some.
What’s your favourite dish of all time and where did you eat it?
What is your least favourite dish?
To be very frank I eat everything. I’m vegetarian. I’ll eat any vegetable, any preparation, in any cuisine.
If you have to recommend a place to our readers what will it be?
I like Pasta Street very much for Italian food.
Otherwise I like Ebony.