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The smell wafting across half the road is enough to grab you by the nostrils. The air feels slightly greasy. The filter coffee is to die for. Order either a masala or a plain dosa; both are equally good, and the sambar is unique; not too tangy, not too dilute, and thankfully, they dont overdose on the cinnamon. In addition to the dosas, you are also advised to try out the Mysore Pak, and the vada.HolidayIQ Traveller Gautham shares, The cuisine of Karnataka comprises diverse vegetarian and non-vegetarian cuisines. Plain and Rave Idli, Mysore Masala Dosa and Maddur Vade are popular in South Karnataka.
It is one of those restaurants in Bangalore that needs no introduction to the local crowd. The crispy 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. 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.
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.
Two dishes you should not miss at MTR are the set dosa and neer dosa. The soft neer dosa is best had with the jaggery and coconut mixture plus the chutney given alongside the neer dosa as accompaniments. 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.
You can easily miss this eating corner, but you cant miss the crowd here. It carries no name board. Among the varieties available are paneer dosa, Mysore dosa, cauliflower, aloo, mixed dosa, beetroot dosa, Mysore set dosa, mushroom, chocolate, channa it would be impossible to mention all the varieties in one go. The famous road side food near the Koramangala police station is mouth watering. There is a row of vendors serving momos, Chinese cuisine, pani puri, 99 variety dosa, juices, etc. The hot momos here are a must eat, specially the chicken momos, says HolidayIQ Traveller Meghna.
If you want to taste a real benne dosa (butter dosa), this is the place. They use 20 gram for dosa and serve 5 gram extra butter with the dosa to customers. The benne dosa is served between 7 am and 8.30 am. Afterwards, Maiyas serves thuppa dosa (ghee dosa).
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Ramu Tiffin Centre has etched its mark on having the best plain dosas on food street for its crispiness in every bite. Dont believe it? Then you’ve got to try it. 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.
Annapoorani, yet another restaurant that proved It doesn’t have to be an opulent to attract crowd. A very simple and trivial South Indian restaurant that serves truly delectable food. Ghee Roast Masala Dosa & Bullet idlis are a must try at this place.
Those who are the adventurous kind could opt for anything among the 17 different kinds of dosas offered there made out of cucumber, onion, tomato, coriander, palak, and fenugreek etc. They are incredibly tasty and after all, variety is the spice of life.