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Street Food in Bangalore

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 to keep you company is an experience like no other.

Here are some lists of street food in Bangalore.

1. Central Tiffin Room

Masala Dosa, Bangalore Street Food

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.

2. Khan Saheb Grill's & Rolls


Located at the ground floor of the Sri Shiva Sai Complex in Indiranagar, this is one of the best street food places in Bangalore to have delicious and crunchy rolls and grills. Both vegetarian and non–vegetarian street foods are served here and the prices are extremely reasonable. Some of the famous items served are Mixed Vegetable Tikka Roll, paneer mushroom, baby corn tikka roll, mutton buna and many others with exclusive add-ons like Kathi wrap, single egg roll, etc.

3. Sri Sairam Chat and Juice


Be it the famous Sai Ram's Special or the mouth-watering dahi puri, this chat stall at Margosa Road, Malleshwaram has everything more to offer than you can ever expect. The person serving here always has a warm and heartily smile to add a bit of extra flavour to your already delicious food. They serve a numerous variety of chats which includes wafers chat, chips masala, disco chat, crazy masala and a lot more. It now also sells specially prepared home-made chocolates from Ooty. And yes, you miss the extra whole bunch of fun if you forget to ask for a plain puri soaked in pani and the sweet mixture at the end.

4. Karnataka Bhel House


Hop into this purely vegetarian and outdoor seating famous chat stall located at Uma Theatre Road, Chamarajapet in Basavanagudi during the evening to enjoy the warm sunset with some utterly delicious street food in Bangalore. The pricing here is economical and pocket-friendly. Some of the best dishes served here are the aloo dahi puri, sev puri, masala puri and a few more.

5. Shahi Darbar


Located very next to the M S Ramaiah ground in Mattikere - Yeshawanthpur, this chat stall offers yummy and extra delicious rolls which are quite low priced and absolutely delightful. This street food place is often crowded by students for its mouthwatering food served and the quality maintained here. Some of the best rolls are double paneer roll, double egg chicken roll and the simplest veg roll.

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