Enough of healthy bits and talks, time for some junky, roadside delights. How many of us can survive without thinking of street food at least once a week? The huge Kadai (a utensil) sizzles, kebabs, chats, rolls, momos, special chai, variety of South Indian delights, etc, along with the aroma and of course the hooters is just impossible to get over. Well then time for most famous roadside eat out and stalls.
Here, is a list of street food places that you must try and let us know your feedback in the comment section below.
VV Puram Thindi Beedi (Eat Street)
Get yourself ready for some foodgasm with sumptuous eateries without burning your pockets at the thindi beedi/ khao galli/ eat or food street of Bangalore. The approximately 300 metre stretch in dozened with food stalls and every bit is worth trying.
From top left- Akki Roti, Idli, Paddu, Kolbade at V V Puram (Credits: Kapilbokhde Website)
Lemon Bath Dosa at V V Puram (Credits: YouTube Website)
Rasgulla Chaat at V V Puram (Credits: Bangalore Restaurants Website)
Though it’s hard to resist on any of the available items but few must try food items- ‘Congress Bun’ at V B Bakery, ‘Gobi Manchurian Roll’ of the Chinese fast food corner, ‘Lemon Bath Dosa’, Bajjis (Capsicum, Banana, Chilli, Potato), Masala Vada, ‘Rasgulla Chaat’ and ‘Holige’ (a popular Karnataka sweet dish).
Cost For Two– Rs 200-300 (approx)
Street Food At Shivajinagar and Johnson Market
And the street food junctions at Shivajinagar and Johnson Market is a complete u-turn of what you saw or ate at V V Puram Thindi Beedi. Meat lovers these are the two places you can’t miss visiting, meat lover’s paradise indeed. Well, vegans no worries these two places welcome the vegetarians with treats like the ‘Suleimani Chai’, ‘Harira’, ‘Coconut and Fruit Naans’ and flavored sodas, and of course Phirni (a dessert).
Kebabs at Johnson Market (Credits: Holidayiq Website)
Must Try Foodstuff – Kheema samosas, grilled chicken, Idiyappam, sheekh kebabs (chicken, mutton and beef) and the biryanis (chicken and mutton).
From top left- Harira, Keema Samosas and Bhajjis, Fruit and Banana Naans and Kebabs, Egg Parathas and Chutneys (Credits: Bangalore Restaurant Website)
Cost For Two– Rs 200-300 (approx)
Chakum Chakum Calcutta On A Roll, Indiranagar
Chakum Chakum Calcutta On A Roll (Credits: Zomato Website)
As the name suggests, a fast food joint known for their typical crunchy Kolkata-styled rolls. Their luscious and succulent chicken, mutton and veg rolls are must try. They provide both dine-in and delivery services; seating capacity is maximum 10 people at a time.
Cost For Two- Rs 400
Eggstacy, New BEL Road
Eggstacy (Credits: Eggstacy Facebook Page)
Spanish Omlet at Eggstacy (Credits: Zomato Website)
Eggstacy is an Indo-Chinese street food stall with only immediate serving facility. Their Spanish omlet, egg chilli, egg paratha, etc is well known. They also serve shawarma rolls, chicken dishes, North Indian and regular egg dishes, and keep adding to their menu with time.
Cost For Two– Rs 250
Dadar Vada Pav, Indiranagar
Dadar Vada Pav (Credits: Zomato Website)
With a variety of vadas on the menu, like aloo, chatpata, schezwan paneer, etc, Dadar Vada Pav gives you the joy of enjoying Mumbai vada pavs sitting in Bangalore. They also serve sandwiches, burgers, fries and nuggets.
Cost For Two- Rs 150
Khan Saheb Grills and Rolls
Khan Saheb Grills and Rolls (Credits: Zomato Website)
Mutton Seekh at Khan Saheb (Credits: Khan Saheb Website)
With a believe in the age old cooking style on charcoal and tandoors, Khan Saheb serves a classic variety of grills and rolls. They have 5 outlets in Brigade Road, Indiranagar, Koramangala, Frazer Town and Commercial Street, and is priced in balance.
Cost For Two- Rs 300
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Veg By Nature, Bannerghatta Road
Veg By Nature (Credits: Veg By Nature Website)
A perfect places with regular roti subzis, snacks, street food items like pav bhaji, chole bhature, vada pav, dabeli and chaats under the same roof. They have outlets in Garuda Mall, Embassy Golf Links Business Park and Mantri Square.
Cost For Two- Rs 300
Taste Buds, HSR Layout
Taste Buds (Credits: Zomato Website)
A homely taste of North Indian dishes would define Taste Buds the best. The serve vegetarian only and have both dine-in and home delivery services. They are well-known for their ginger tea, dahi kachori, dahi samosa and the hygienic ambience.
Cost For Two- Rs 200
Tiwari’s Ghee Paratha and Chai, Banashankari
Tiwari’s Aloo Paratha (Credits: Tiwari’s Ghee Paratha and Chai Facebook Page)
Tiwari’s Ghee Paratha and Chai (Credits: Tiwari’s Ghee Paratha and Chai Facebook Page)
Tiwari’s is the best place for paratha lovers and has a range of lip-smacking parathas. Their Rajasthani masala paratha and gulab jamun is a must try. It’s a great place for families and maintains its hygeine.
Cost For Two– Rs 200-300
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