From Idlis to Bhat, Bangalore serves the best food
Bangalore is a city for dreamers to dream, a city that opens its heart to everyone and anyone who visits this place. The city presents itself as a mosaic of Indian art and culture, where traditionalism is present in the most modernized form, where people in the most ethical attire will be found conversing in English. People who often visit this Metropolis say that the city never sleeps. A step in the city and you can already feel your pulse racing. It further brings vibrant fashion trends, festivals, old age crafts, good food, music bands and crazy people. Basically,
Talk of food and Bangalore is one place where you can meet your South Indian fantasies. Other than South Indian food, Bangaloreans have a soft inclination towards coffee. Their love for coffee is so popular that every eating joint has a coffee station, including Dhabas.
If you ever visit Bangalore and want to explore the famous food joints of the city where you can accentuate your taste buds then here is a list that can help.
1. MTR (Mavalli Tiffin Room) on Lalbagh Fort Road and Indiranagar 100 ft. Road
Established in 1950 this place serves the best foods, charting Bangalore as one of the best on the world food map. With multiple branches all over the town, it serves the traditional South Indian food. The restaurant is already a star. It featured in multiple TV shows and is “legendary” according to people. The Dosa they serve is enough to prove the hype and the popularity of this place.
2. CTR (Central Tiffin Room) on 7th Cross, Malleshwaram
CTR is another place in Bangalore known to serve the best Masala Dosas. The stories of the best Benne Masala Dosa keep people returning to this place. It has been one among the oldest restaurants serving heritage on the plate.
3. Vidyarthi Bhavan on Gandhi Bazaar Main Road, Basavanagudi
Vidyarthi Bhavan is a place where you can gulp quick coffee and enrich your taste buds at a very reasonable rate. It takes you on a gastronomical journey with their Kesari Bhat, Idli Sambhar, Puri Saago, and coffee.
4. Puliyogare Point in Basavanagudi
This place is famous for its Puliyogare or tamarind flavored rice and hence, named after it. Apart from Puliyogare, it serves Pongal, Sakkare Pongal, and Coconut rice with button Idlis. It is the best place to have Puliyogare and sweet Pongal in town.
5. New Modern Hotel in VV Puram
The restaurant serves South Indian including the delicacies like Rava idli, Thatte Idli, Chow-Chow Bhat along with hot Badam milk and Chiroti milk being among the favorites here.
6. Veena Stores on 15th Cross, Malleshwaram
The roadside shop in Malleshwaram is known to sell South Indian breakfast. It is the best eating joint for people who are conscious about their eating plans.
7. Brahmin’s Coffee Bar on Ranga Rao Road, Shankarapuram
Idlis and Vandals come with loads of coconut chutney here. It serves sublime Chow-Chow Bhat: a combination of Upma and Sheera.
8. Janata Hotel near Sampige Road 8th Cross, Malleshwaram
The simple vegetarian South Indian Hotel is another place to pounce. It offers mouth-watering tiffin items along with Bangalore’s favorite filter coffee. The place is a melange of simple 70s-80s decor, milling crowds, waiters, and its simplicity.
9. Maiyas in Jayanagar
It is a subset of MTR and is famous for its thalis. The dishes they serve have a flavor of slight sweetness whether it is Drumstick Sambar or the Puri Saago, it will compel you to visit again. The place is always crowded no matter when you decide to visit.
10. Thindi Beedhi near Sajjan Rao circle in VV Puram
Thindi Beedhi serves one of the best street foods. The joint is full of eateries and most delightful food you could ever fancy. The food here cannot be labeled cheap but it’s certainly not expensive.