Bangalore – An Epicure’s Paradise. Take a walk during the night through the streets of Bangalore and the pleasant aroma of the gourmet food that is prepared here every moment, is sure to leave you in awe. The lovely food prepared in the streets of Bangalore is no less tasty than the local and international cuisines at five-star restaurants. The shops here do not have good seating arrangements- agreed, but eating here in the crescent moonlight with a cool breeze for company is an experience like no other.
Here is a list of some of the places for the best street food in Bangalore.
1. V V Puram Food Street Bangalore
From the hot and spicy Masala Dosa to the sweet and sublime Dal Holige drenched in pure ghee, there is everything on this Food Street in Bangalore that you may want to eat. The rose gulkand enriched with the goodness of pure Honey and white Butter is one thing you should not miss at the Shivanna Gulkand Center. The food here is also quite economical and one of the best in Bengaluru. There are a number of stalls here including the Pav Bajji stall, the Sweet Corn stall, Manchurian stall to name a few.
2. Central Tiffin Room – Malleshwaram
Serving utterly delicious Butter Masala Dosa continuously to a huge number of customers is no child’s play. But CTR at Margosa Road, Malleshwaram has done this effortlessly and brilliantly for over six decades and is thus, a delight for Dosa lovers. Even to this day, this Tiffin Room is one of the best places to have South Indian Street Food in Bangalore. Apart from variety of dosas they also serve idly – vada, kesribath and the poori sagu. There are also other shops which serve ice creams, chats and other stuff around the place.
3. Brahmin’s Coffee Bar – Basavanagudi.
The best in its class of traditional south Indian food can be found in the Brahmin’s Coffee Bar at Basavanagudi in Bangalore. It offers steamingly hot rice idlies which are quite soft and the crispy vadas that you just can’t stop at one plate. They also serve a variety of dishes here but nothing beats the Idly-Vada combo. Coffee, tea and kesaribath are some of the other popular foods that are served here.