6 Food Places You Can’t Leave Bangalore Without Trying


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Good Food, Good Mood!
Chaat at Sri Sairam’s Chats and Juice Centre

Don't miss out on the spicy, tangy, and mouth-watering plate of chaat! If you went fogged over-excitement just reading about it, we suggest you head to Shri Sairam’s Chats and Juice Centre.

One of the most popular street food joints in Bangalore, they make some of the most delicious concoctions of chaat. Think chip chaat, disco chaat, and much more. The place is always whizzing with people, who are either trying it out for the first time or are regular customers. If you love pani puri, Shri Sairam’s should be on your list of places to visit in Bangalore. Do not forget to ask for homemade chocolates, specially brought from Ooty.

  • Location: 16th Cross Road, Malleshwaram

  • Price for Two: ₹ 100

  • Timing: 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM

  • Famous for: Wafer Chaat, Shri Ram Special Chaat, Disco Chaat, Crazy Masala Chaat.

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Brahmin’s Coffee Bar

Fan of soft idlis and crispy dosas? Brahmin’s Coffee Bar makes them amazingly. A humble place with a limited menu, this coffee bar is all about quality food that has garnered praises, from the localities.

  • Location: Ranga Rao Road, Basavanagudi

  • Price for Two: ₹ 100

  • Timing: 6:00 AM to 12:00 PM and 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM

  • Famous For: Idli-Vada combo, Filter Coffee, Upma

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Gol Gappe or Pani Puri

Best gol gappe in banaglore, one fact remains unanimous – it is loved by almost every Indian. One of the most popular street foods of India, it has become a legacy in its own right. The filling may differ from state to state, but the love for it remains universal.

If you have been craving some good old gol gappa, Rakesh Kumar Pani Puri Stall in Jayanagar will help you take care of those. You may even try Dahi Puri and chaat after gobbling down some crunchy pieces of pani puri.

  • Location: 8th Main, 3rd Block, Jayanagar

  • Price for Two: ₹ 100

  • Timing: 1:00 PM to 10:30 PM

  • Famous For: Pani Puri (duh)

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VV Puram, Bangalore's Food Street
What Makes It Awesome

Whether you recently moved to Bangalore or have been around for a while, chances are you might have heard about VV Puram. Also known as Food Street, Thindi Beedi, and Chaat Street, VV Puram is Bangalore's only food street that serves everything vegetarian. It's one of the must-do things in Bangalore. The street starts bustling with restaurants, kiosks, carts, and small hole-in-the-wall shops around 5 pm, and by 8 pm (especially on weekends), you'll find a large crowd eating their way through everything imaginable. We did it ourselves, and here's what we recommend that you eat at VV Puram.

  • Location: Vishweshwarapura, Basavanagudi, Bengaluru

  • Price for Two: ₹ 150 for two

  • Timing: 4:30 PMto 12:00 AM (midnight)

  • Famous For: Nitrogen biscuit, dosa bath, rasgulla chaat, floating panipuri, and fire paan.

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Vada Pav

The quintessential street food or, rather soul food of Maharashtra is served with loads of flavor and unique ingredients at Dadar Vada Pav. If you are a Mumbaikar, yearning to taste that rich mush of potato all rolled in a pav to perfection, this is a place you have to be.

Pretty much crowded, this street food place is renowned in the entire area for its distinct types of vada pav, starting from paneer, Szechwan, and more. Moreover, the low price for its star dish, coupled with a side of burgers and fries, makes it an excellent place to head to after a hectic day or even a leisurely day.

  • Location: 8th Main, HAL 2nd Stage, 80 Feet Road, Indiranagar

  • Price for Two: ₹ 150 for two

  • Timing: 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM

  • Famous For: Variations of Vada Pav like Veg Tikki Vada Pav

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Shivajinagar, Food Street


Shivajinagar was next since we were done with VVPuram. Variety of smells, of foods being cooked, around this market and you will hear the hiss, sizzle and pops of kadais, tandoors and tavas going full steam on multiple burners.

Starting with Royal restaurant with some samosas - available in meat and in veggies, passing on there is a nook of all variety of kebabs. Never miss the Suleimani chai & "Iqbal Dressed chicken Center" across the road. Yup! your eyes and tummies will never feel less. You need to get there to understand it.

  • Location: Sulthangunta, Shivaji Nagar

  • Price for Two: ₹ 500 for two

  • Timing: 6:00 PM onwar

  • Famous For: Samosa, caramel custard, Suleimani chai, Sheekh kebabs, Quails marinated, cold falooda milk, Faham, Biriyani and phirni.

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Hope you have grate fun enjoying the taste of Bangalore.

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