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The Best Pani Puri Stalls In Bangalore



Pani puri is among the most popular forms of chaat available on the streets of most Indian cities. There are different names, different flavors, different ingredients given to pani puri, depending on which geography it traces its roots to. Here are some Bangalore’s most popular Pani Puri stalls.

Ramraj's Panipuri

Among the most popular pani puri stalls, Ramja's panipuri is clearly closer to the puchkas of Kolkata. The pani is perfectly tangy and the puris are crunchy. The potato stuffing has the right ratio of masalas. Even the sukha puri is well done.

Anil Kumar's Pani Puri New BEL Road

Eleven years old, he has mastered the art of serving the most delicious pani puris day after day. The pani has a hint of coriander and fresh mint apart from the spices and will beg to be had on repeat.

Manju's Pani Puri

It is best known for its Karnataka style chaat and pani puri in Vijayanagar. Started by Mr Manju and his wife, this cart has customers in all age groups, including families that have been enjoying chaat here since its initial stages. The menu is simple, like all other chaat carts – Pani Puri, Masala Puri, Sev Puri, Bhel Puri, Dahi Puri, etc – but what makes this cart different is the fact that the taste of the dishes served here is said to have hardly changed since the beginning.

Shree Chaat Point

Popular for its ‘White Pani’, it is located on the 3rd Block, Jayanagar Bangalore. White Pani, which seems to have its origins in Andhra Pradesh, serves as a substitute to the tamarind based Pani that usually accompanies the Puris on a regular Pani Puri plate. It is made out of de-seeded green chillies – which result in a tangy taste that is similar to the normal tamarind-flavoured pani.

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