Whoever said, “Food is the way to win the heart” was definitely not kidding. Devouring on delicacies that melt in your mouth. wah! Nothing can beat that. Just like the culture, diversity, traditions, India is also rich in tantalizingly delicious cuisines. No matter where you visit in India, there will always be a collection of scrumptious menus ready to send your taste buds to heaven.
There is something about street food that even thinking about them makes your mouth water. Momos, pani puri, bhaji’s, and south India slurps, the perfect day to make your gloomy day become cheerful.
The IT capital of India, the city that never sleeps is also the gateway to heaven, oh we meant food. Bangalore is famous for its culinary culture and street foods. There are treasure chests hiding in every nook and corner of the city, offering out of this world gastronomies.
If you are on the hunt for some mouth-watering food street in Bangalore, then stick with me here, because this is gonna get really interesting…
A South-Indian Kick
If you are a proud mallu or a traditional Tamilian, then nothing could make your breakfast more appetizing than a plate of idli, dosa and vada. That feeling you get having a piece of dosa dipped in coconut chutney is irreplaceable. If you are that south Indian fellow on the search for some amazing dosa and idli then here’s the big secret…
If you have ever gone exploring the food street in Bangalore then probably know the answer to this already, cause the places we are about to reveal are like heaven on earth.
The Brahmin’s Coffee bar in Basavanagudi, Central Tiffin Room in Malleshwaram the multiple food stalls in Theendi beedi food street at VV Puram. Their south Indian culinarians are not only delightful but also are delectable to taste.
Along with the range of dosas, and idli they have to offer, these shops are also famous for their poori Saagu, kesari bath, masala vada, and lemon bath dosa
Lip Smacking Chaats
When mentioning street foods, the first thing that came running to my mind, making our mouth salivating was Chaat. Bangalore is a city that profoundly adopted the chaat culture, offering the people a range of delicacies to gorge on. From chatt-patta pani poori to crispy masala poori, you can easily spot these heavenly treats in every nook and corner of the city ready to make your taste buds go dancing.
If you are looking for a chat street in Bangalore to have the best pani puri in Bangalore, then check out Sri Sairam chaats and juices in Malleshwaram and Rakesh Kumar Pani Puri Stall for the best pani poori in town. Their dahi puri, Aloo Chaat, papdi chaat and pani puri made of sooji with meetha pani are also a must-try.
But if you like bhel poori, aloo dahi poori or masala poori then go straight to Bhel house in Basavanagudi or Tikki Tikki at eat street Koramangala