Bangalore, home to a diverse set of people is also a foodie's paradise. Flavours and recipes from all parts of India have mixed up in this city to provide some unique and authentic taste that could be found nowhere else. The kitchens of cities restaurants and hotels serve mouth-watering food in an exotic ambience. Not just the city but even the highways are laden with a plethora of eateries that can satisfy your taste buds and you will surely walk tummy full from these food joints. To know more read 7 most amazing roadside cafe's you need to check out in Bangalore when on your next road trip. But that's not all. There are a lot of street food options in this city and the dishes made in these outlets can easily rival the taste of any 5-star restaurant. You have to be a connoisseur of food, a man with a discerning palate to fully enjoy the enigmatic aroma of the street food. Though these shops do not have a proper place to sit and at some places, you have to simply stand and collect your order but the sole experience of having this tasty food in an open sky and under moderate breeze is an experience of a lifetime. You can try these joints if your hotel room in Bangalore is close to these places. We have tagged the addresses of these joints so that you have one less thing to worry about. So here are the 10 little known food outlets in Bangalore that are bang for your buck
1) Chetty’s Corner
This is one of the oldest and well-known street food joints that is no less than a brand when it comes to popularity and taste of its servings. In 1977, the two brothers first came up with the idea of blending together the western style with Indian flavours. They were the ones who pioneered twisted potatoes by the name Twistato and added masala to your cold drink making the famous masala soda. You must surely visit the Chetty's corner if you are dying to try some more wild combinations of Indian and western taste. You will definitely have your taste buds surprised. Probably have your even snacks here instead of your hotel in Bangalore.
Favourites: Bun Nippat Masala, Masala Soda
Address: #2, Serpentine Road, Near-BWSSB, Kumara Park West, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560020
2) RR’s Blue Mount
In the street, just opposite to the Mount Carmel college most commonly known as the loafers lane are several eateries lined one after another that serve to meet the needs of hungry students. Although there are many eateries in the street the one that has made its mark is RR’s Blue Mount. This famous hangout spot was started by Rajendran and Mini from Kerala in the early nineties. Even after so many years, they are having a lion's share of all the sales in the loafers street. The entire credit goes to their enthusiasm and love for food. They have created all their recipes themselves and the unique taste is what draws everyone in here.
Favourites: Chicken Boat, Mexican Chat, Delta pizza
Address: 8th Main Rd, Vasanth Nagar, Bengaluru
3) Rakesh Kumar Pani Puri Stall
We know Indians are different but one thing that unites us is definitely the food and one such food item is Pani Puri. Almost every Indian knows and loves it. Rakesh Kumar Pani Puri stall gives you every reason to love this mouth-watering (in a literal sense) ecstasy. Girls, we know you love the crazy and chatpata taste of panipuris so head out to this stall and you will find much more to satisfy your cravings. This small shop is located at Jayanagar 3rd block in Bangalore.
Favourites: Churmur Chat, Papadi Chat
Address: 69, 8th Main Road, 3rd Block, Opposite to Radel Music System, Jayanagar, Bangalore
4) Khan Saheb Grills and Rolls
This small street food joint located in Indiranagar serves mouth-watering grilled meats and that too at affordable prices. Khan Saheb is famous for its wide range of kababs, such as Chicken Kalmi Kabab, Mutton Seik Kabab, Mutton Boti Kabab, and Chicken Malai Tikka. The restaurant also has vegetarian options such as grilled mushroom, baby corn, paneer tikka and aloo tikka. Their whole wheat rolls are also much popular and their wide range of stuffings such as chicken, mutton, prawn, egg or vegetables are the reason for coming back with something new to try in every visit. All this variety makes Khan Saheb Grills and Rolls one of the best street food places in Bangalore to have delicious and crunchy rolls and grills. There are a lot of couple friendly hotels in Indiranagar, Bangalore so make sure you check those out when visiting Bangalore with your loved one.
Favourites: Kathi Roll, Chicken Seekh Roll
Address: Ground Floor, Sri Shiva Sai Complex, 13th Cross, 7th Main, 2nd Stage, HAL, Off Double Road, Indiranagar
Puchka's is a small food outlet that serves a variety of Indori food. You can easily get bored after having the same south Indian and North Indian dishes continuously. So, in order to keep things exciting, you can try this store for the different flavours that it serves in its Indori food servings. Taste is really wonderful and also the cleanliness of this place is commendable which makes eating here a pleasant experience. This place is near to major locations in the city and you can find several hotels in Whitefield and Marathahalli that have great ambience and are very economical.
Favourites: Pani puri, Poha Jalebi
Address: Silver Springs Layout, Near Spice Garden Restaurant, Marathahalli, Bangalore
6) Eat Street
The newest kid on the block, Eat Street, is a peppy and lively destination with 14 food stalls, live music and a hookah parlour to cater to the youngsters. When you are out for a quick bite and you can't decide on where to go, you can come to the 80 feet road at Eat Street. There are 14 stalls with 20 counters that serve almost all food items ranging from Indian, Middle-Eastern, American and Chinese. There is also a giant screen where you can watch live streams of your favourite games while having your food. You can also puff on your hookah while sitting in the open. Then there is also the Karokee nights which makes this place more lively when visited with friends or family. There are a lot of hotels for unmarried couples in Koramangala so don't hesitate to make that trip to Bangalore with your partner.
Favourites: Burgers, Waffles, Pani Puri
Address: 11, 80 Feet Road, Opposite Indian Oil Petrol Pump, Koramangala 6th Block, Bangalore
7) Food Street Bangalore
Food Street Bangalore is one of the largest stretches of food stalls in Bangalore. With the multitude of options in Indian street food snacks, this place can be easily called the Mecca for local street food. Around 20 shops serving Indian and Chinese fast foods give you plenty of options to munch on. Though the crowd on weekends makes the street more lively and thrilling, it can get so overwhelmed that you wouldn't find a place to sit. So you might consider coming on weekdays to have a proper seat and enjoy your food. A few insider tips that might come handy are that you may find some extra seating outside Sri Vasavi Mane Tindi and you should also bring your own bottle of water as getting water in a hurry won't be possible.
Favourites: Pav Bhaji, Chat, Potato Twister
Address: Old Market Road, Basavanagudi, Bengaluru
8) BBQ Ride
We all have seen food trucks that serve awesome food but now get ready to see a food bike. BBQ ride took on the trend started by food trucks and customised itself to solve the problems of parking and space faced by food trucks. This is a novel initiative in India. The BBQ ride is the brainchild of city-based entrepreneur Arun Varma and his brother, Krishna. The bike is an all-black ride that has a sidecar fitted to it which serves as a carriage for essentials for preparing and serving the food such as cold storage, cooking pan, a barbecue grill and even storage units that double up as tables. Their USP is their grilled menu. Grilled Pineapple Wedges, Prawn Sticks, Baby Corn Mushroom Sticks, BBQ burgers and wraps. Their Slow Cooked Lamb Chops is a taste that you won't find in any big restaurant. They also serve mojitos to gulp down these delicacies.
Favourites: BBQ Chicken Strips, BBQ Chicken Burger
Address: 4 places around Bangalore- Marathahalli, Whitefield, Kammanahalli and Richmond Road
9) Shahi Darbar
The most pocket-friendly joint which can deal with your hunger for as low as 50 Rs is Sahi Durbar in Yeshwanthpur. This budget joint is favourites among school kids and college students. There is no seating and the place only serves takeaways. But still, it is almost always crowded which speaks volumes about the quality of food offered here. This rolls offered are yummy, extra delicious and are low priced. Some of the best rolls are double paneer roll, double egg chicken roll and the simplest veg roll. Talking about economical food joints, there are also several hourly booking hotels in Bangalore that you can use paying for only the hours you stay in the hotel.
Favourites: Egg Roll, Veg Roll, Chicken Roll
Address: Pipeline Road, Adjacent to MS Ramaiah Ground, Mathikere, New BEL Road, Bangalore
10) Shri Sagar CTR
Shri Sagar, Central Tiffin Room is an old shop in Bangalore and is famous for serving the best Benne Masala Dosa in the city at the most economical price. The melted butter, the crunchy wafer of the dosa and the spicy aroma of the dosa will definitely take you to your food heaven.
You won't be served the sambhar but ask for the Pudina chutney instead of the regular coconut chutney and you will taste the perfection that is a result of 66 years of Dosa making. Apart from a variety of dosas they also serve idly– Vada, Kesari bath and the Poori Sagu.
Favourites: Benne Masala Dosa, Filter Coffee
Address: 7th Cross, Margosa Road, Malleshwaram, Bangalore
These are some of the best Street food stalls in Bangalore. Make sure you try these street foods when vacationing in Bangalore. The experience of having finger-licking, lovely food out in the open in this pleasant city is an experience that will give you extreme joy and happiness. So get out there and droll over the yummy taste of street food in Bangalore. Want to experience the cities best fun places? Check these 10 fun places in Bangalore for the Ultimate enjoyment
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