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Even though they serve sandwiches in different varieties, its the chocolate sandwich that has put Hari Super Sandwich on the map for food lovers. The sandwhich is a must try and at 40 rupees, definitely no one will be complaining. HolidayIQ Traveller Prashant Kr shares, The restaurant and places of food can be found in every corner of the city. You get what you want. Delicious Indian, Italian, French, Continental, Chinese. Just name it you get it and upon all the prices are very reasonable and cleanliness at its best. Delighted to be here and hoping to stay here permanently.
With extremely affordable rates for kesari bath and idlis ranging from 30 to 50 rupees, it is totally worth it! It is a perfect breakfast restaurant that can give your day a perfect start. The coffee, idlis and kesari bath are quite famous here. To relish the best idlis and other traditional street food in Bangalore, you must be at Brahmin’s Coffee Bar which is located at Basavanagudi in Shankarpuram near Shankar Math. The hot steaming idlis here are so soft that you just can’t stop at one or two.
Having a limited menu, this place is known for great food in less cash. If you want to have the best Punjabi vegetarian dish. The parathas are very budget-friendly and you can eat to your taste buds content! “There are several lookalike restaurants in Ulsoor, but you can find this place by seeing the long queue of people waiting for their turn,” says HolidayIQ Traveller Jitin. The aloo gobi, dal makhani and the lassi will remind you of dhabas in Punjab.
If you ever want to having ghar ka khana within budget, then blindly follow the map to reach this place.Located in Malleshwaram, a meal will cost you not more than 150 rupees. HolidayIQ Traveller Megha says, Bangalore has a variety of options when it comes to food. Another place is the CTR. If you are a dosa lover, then this is a place that you should never miss. Try the butter masala dosa and idlis here.
The meals served are easy on the pocket and so one must atleast carry 200 rupees. Thindi Beedhi is one place that’s always crowded with foodies during evenings. Some of the best eateries here include VB Bakery that sells honey cakes and cream puff, Shivanna Gulkhand Center that is popular for its gulkhand with ice-cream and Ramu Tiffin centre for its ghee masala dosa. HolidayIQ Traveller Satyendra Dwivedi says, Enjoy south Indian veg food at VV Puram. Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Rahul Ghelani, We had visited the famous ”Khao Gali’ in Bangalore. It was a fabulous experience as we enjoyed having dishes from chatpatta chaats to idli.
This place is really easy on the pocket, with everything in the menu rated less than Rs 50. It is one of those restaurants in Bangalore that needs no introduction to the local crowd. The chrispy Masala Dosa of Vidhyarthi is very famous which is complimented by the delicious chutney. Other popular food items here include – Poori Saagu, Chow Chow Bath and of course Idly Vada. Cost for one would be around 100 rupees. HolidayIQ Traveller Mayank Mahajan says, Go to the old Indian market Gandhi bazaar for traditional shopping. In Gandhi bazaar, there is also a famous Big Bull Temple which is centuries old. Do not miss to try South Indian food at Vidyarthi Bhavan. It is part of Bangalore folklore.
A sumptuous south Indian Meal would cost you only by 200 rupees. HolidayIQ Traveller Ujjawal Kumar says, Near Lalbagh Botanical Garden there is a MTR restaurant, which is heritage hotel. Good South Indian food but you need to wait in queue, which is worth it.
If you want to have the best chicken dishes without worrying about the fine-dine experience, then this is your next stop.The cost is steep at 200 rupees for one but so is the taste! HolidayIQ Traveller Babu says, I like the food in Kamat Palate Corner.
This place serves one of the best Biryanis in Bangalore. Make sure to reach early as it gets filled up real soon.The cost for a plate of mutton biryani is 175 rupees. HolidayIQ Traveller Zuyyina says, The food is really good. Most of the Indian dishes are available at any time.
Serving both veg and non-veg, their Best of list features mixed vegetable tikka roll, mutton buna, babycom tikka roll and many more. Each roll costs not more than 120 rupees and it is more than satisfying! Says HolidayIQ Traveller Chetna Raj, “Food is excellent. Bangalore is a great place that serves yummy food, right from Empire to Indiana burgers, rolls to kababs and parathas.”