Mr. Hong -The Tea Culture in Bangalore

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PVR is the big brand associated with the Entertainment industry. It is a reputed and reliable brand. It also topped the “The Brand Trust Report, 2013 in the Category of Entertainment and Display.”  PVR is currently amongst the top 10 companies in the world, thereby entering the World Economic Forum’s List of Fastest-Growing  ‘Global Growth Companies’. The brand currently operates a cinema circuit comprising 421 screens in 97 cinemas in 41 cities in India. The company acquired the Cinemax properties in 2012 and currently serves 60 million patrons at PAN India level. It has introduced technology like IMAX and ECX to the audience.

PVR Ltd, the integrated ‘film and retail brand’ has PVR Cinemas as its major subsidiary. Its other two subsidiaries are PVR Leisure and PVR Pictures.  PVR Leisure focuses on rolling out F&B and retail entertainment concepts. ‘PVR bluO’ is the largest bowling chain in India comprising of 135 cosmic bowling lanes which spreads across 6 centres. PVR Leisure’s first casual dining concept ‘Mistral’ is another venture that offers patrons a high quality experience. PVR Pictures has been a prolific distributor of non-studio/ independent international films in India for many years.



Mr. Hong is an all day dining restaurant and bar which has started full fledged operations at Orion Mall, Bangalore.  As a food and beverage concept, Mr. Hong revolves around tea as the underlying theme infused in every aspect of the brand, from food and beverage recipes to interior design. Serving an eclectic range of tapas-like steamed or fried dishes such as the proverbial Chinese Dim Sums, Mr. Hong aims to epitomize Chinese and South Asian hospitality at its best.  Mr. Hong strives to offer the most authentic Asian fare in town together with comprehensive collection of teas from the Asia Pacific region.  The restaurant is a joint venture between Chef Amit Sasankar and 20/20 Consultants, a Hong Kong based hospitality advisory firm.

Mr. Hong promises to satisfy your taste buds with great tastes and flavors. The ambience is very unique and entertaining. It is a perfect destination spot for a business lunch, casual pre or post-show dinner or cocktail, high tea or family weekend brunch.


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