Bangalore’s Top Vegetarian Eateries

28 December  |  Listicles

Bangalore is an epicurean haven. From the choicest of steaks to some of the most original dosa recipes, the food here reflects the cosmopolitan soul of this dynamic city. If you are a foodie and you have stumbled into the Garden City, then you will probably never want to leave.

It would be impossible, to sum up, the best restaurants in Bangalore in a few words, but you can at least learn about some of the most iconic ones which serve wholesome vegetarian food.

VV Puram Food Street

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If you are looking for a food street Bangalore boasts Visveswarapuram. Evenings are the best time to explore this mosaic of delicious flavors and spicy aromas. The Gobi Manchurian roll is a bit of a curiosity, a blend of Indian-Chinese with the convenience of street food. The Bath Masala dosa, on the other hand, is strictly South, but another innovation nevertheless. The floating pani puri at the famous Ganesh Chaats has many fans.

Central Tiffin Room

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Located in the Malleshwaram neighbourhood of Bangalore, Central Tiffin Room or CTR as it is commonly known has been a foodie’s paradise since the 1920s. The Benne Masala Dosa here is one of the celebrated culinary treasures of Bangalore but it is not the only highlight of the menu. Be sure to try out the Mangalore bajji and kesari bath. Top it up with an invigorating filter coffee.

Brahmin’s Coffee Bar

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Located in Basavanagudi, the Brahmin’s coffee bar is loved for its simplicity. It is a quintessential old-school Bangalore joint, where you can enjoy delicious and cheap takeaways or simple loiter around sipping on a perfectly brewed filter coffee. Some of the other specialities here include the kesari bath and idli vada.

Rakesh Kumar Pani Puri Stall

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For over two decades, the Rakesh Kumar Pani Puri Stall has been the place to be for all lovers of this popular Indian snack. This eatery has may be known for its spicy and tangy pani puris but other items that patrons swear by are churmur chaat and dahi puri.

Vidyarthi Bhavan

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The bustling hub of Gandhi Bazaar is home to many special eateries and the Vidyarthi Bhavan is where you can tuck into some delightful South Indian comfort food and snacks. A glance at its menu is like charting the food history of Bangalore’s common man. The restaurant which started off as a student hub in pre-independence India is now a landmark for any food lover in the city.

MTR, Lalbagh

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The Marvalli Tiffin Room or MTR in Lalbagh is a famous restaurant in a popular Bangalore location. This restaurant is now a big brand, with branches in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. The rava idli that we all love was invented by MTR. If you are visiting on a Sunday, try out the Chandrahara, an MTR special dessert.

Apart from these, there are restaurants in Koramangala which offer cuisines from all over. Many top restaurants in Indiranagar, one of Bangalore’s top lifestyle destinations, have put the city on the culinary map of the world.

In case you need a break, Bangalore also has some top weekend getaways. Whether it is a romantic getaway or a corporate day outing, there are many resorts near Bangalore where you can unwind. If you want to dig into delicious food in the midst of a primaeval wilderness, you can book a resort in Kabini, a location famous for its wildlife and adventure activities.

 

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