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Flavour of North - The Best North Indian Eateries in Bangalore

July 21, 2022
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North Indian cuisines have always surprised and astonished me. It is something that is unique, it's sweet sometimes, it's spicy sometimes, and sometimes it's just sour. The flavours that mix in our mouths in an explosion of flavours are something to gorge on. 

 

Bangalore might be in the southern part of India, but it is not shy about offering North Indian cuisine. As the influx of Indians from the northern part is consistent, the demand for north Indian cuisine has arisen, and we can't be more thankful for that. 

 

If you are from the North and living in Bangalore for a job or just for studying, then you definitely might be craving some good paneer butter masala, Kadai chicken and also how can I forget Pani puri, spicy and sweet at the same time. 

 

So the question is where do you go to get your fill of the tasty North Indian cuisines?

 

Well, that's where we come in. We'll let you know which ones are the best of the best places to have north Indian cuisines. So without further adieu, let's begin!!

Chulha Chauki Da Dhaba:

 Chulha Chaukl Da Dhaba

Punjabi cuisine has always been close to my heart. It's not just the food, but the hospitality that comes along with it is just amazing. 

 

So this place is located at JP Nagar, and it's an authentic Punjabi Style restaurant. It offers a Dhaba kind of ambience and offers great food too. 

 

The place is budget-friendly, so it won't rip out your pockets while you grow on some kulchas, lime soda, lemon chicken, mushroom tikka masala or crispy and scrumptious Butter Rotis. The menu at the restaurant actually offers some paneer, Veg Kolhapuri, egg burji and Methi Malai Matar as well. 

 

Enjoy some good North Indian cuisine on a budget-friendly basis with your friends. So don't miss out on this awesome place!!

 

Timings: 12 PM - 3:30 PM, 7 PM - 10:30 PM

 

Location: 13, 7th Cross, 2nd Phase, JP Nagar, Bangalore. Franchises exist in Brookfield and Kalyan Nagar as well.

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