In fact, two shops — Indiana Jones Adventure Outpost and South Seas Traders — have both closed, creating an open space for a decent amount of covered and cooled seating.
And you’re going to want to check this out. Not only is the space super cool from a design perspective — featuring lots of weathered carved wood, old fishing nets, and geometric paintings — but Bengal BBQ serves up delicious food. Who can forget the Outback Vegetable Skewer, with tasty charred veggies?
Or, if you’re in the mood for some meat, the Banyan Beef Hot and Spicy Skewer. So good.
And now you can grab a skewer — and a seat! (Really, this is such an improvement. Eating saucy skewers on the move is not easy!)
Seating is in metal chairs featuring a little padding and some scroll work. And tables are generally simple and standard. But there are some neat wooden barrels with table tops, if you don’t mind standing. (These tables don’t have chairs.)
We are so stoked that Bengal BBQ’s popularity has resulted in this quick change over to indoor seating. We love the food here, and the Jungle Julep is not to be missed! Now we have even more reason to stop by!
Are you a Bengal BBQ fan? Tell us about your favorite snack in the comments!