8 places you should not miss for an Amazing North Indian Food in Bangalore

North Indian Food in Bangalore
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Agree or not, the taste of North Indian food and the flavor it brings to the plate is something which we all crave for. If you are from North India living in Bengaluru then I’m sure that you will be missing the wallop of Rotis, Channa Masala, Tadka, and the whole palatableness of the scrumptious North Indian meal. However, you need not be as we have some of the best North Indian food points here to satisfy your appetite for Desi North Indian taste. So, without making further delay let us go for a hunt of those places where you can have amazing North Indian food in Bangalore.

Must Visit places for North Indian Food in Bangalore

Chulha Chauki Da Dhaba – JP Nagar

It is an authentic Punjabi style place where you can enjoy the Dhaba kind of ambiance. On the first note, it is pocket-friendly and secondly, it has an amazingly good food. When you are here do not miss Kulchas, lime soda, lemon chicken, mushroom tikka, and Butter Roti. It will be crowded and you may have to wait for a while to get the table. The menu also has Vegetarian delicacies like Paneer, Veg Kohlapuri, Egg burji (If Egg is Veg for you), Methi Malai Matar, and Veg makhanwala. So, easily the best food point for North Indian food in Bangalore. It is not too expensive but you can save more if you go along with your friend’s group.


Must Try: Lassi.

Open: 12:00 PM – 3:30 PM and 7PM – 10:30 PM.

Where: 13, 7th Cross, 2nd Phase, JP Nagar, Bangalore and they are also available in Brookfield and Kalyan Nagar.


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The Great Indian Thali – Koramangala

One word for this place is ‘ Vegetarian’s Paradise.’ It is one of the best places in Bangalore to relish the North Indian subtlety from drooling chaats, Kababs, Shrikhand, Moong Dal Halwa, Rasgulla, Aam Shrikhand, Kulcha, and Jaljeera drink. It is a great place to take your family and friends. The ambiance is good and they serve the plethora of dishes. Do not visit this place when your stomach is half filled because the meal will be heavy types and probably you may not enjoy.

Must Try: Vegetarian Thali, Kachori, Paneer Tikka, Shrikhand, and baby corn.

Open: 12:00 PM – 3:30 PM and 7PM – 11:00 PM.


Where: 612/1, Lotus Building, 80 Feet Road, Koramangala 4th Block, Bangalore.

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Golkonda Chimney, Marathalli

Maratahalli is one place where we have a large North Indian crowd and this Golkonda Chimney is easily the main attraction here. It has a simple setup with the outdoor and indoor seating arrangement. You can definitely try their Veg Manchow Soup, Garlic Naan, Plain Kulchas, Paneer Kadai, and the desserts. Nonveg is not so great but a decent place to hangout with family. Overall it is a good place for Veggies but unfortunately, you will have to bear some mosquito bites.

Important: Don’t miss the Pan Shop on your way out.


Open: 11 AM – 11 PM.

Where: Varthur Main Road, Near Kundanahalli Gate, Marathahalli, Bangalore.

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RRoyal Rajasthan, Sarjapur Road

If you want to taste Rajasthani style food then Rroyal Rajasthan is for you. Other items in the menu are not so great but Rajasthani Thali is the best bet. The ambiance is great and it is full of Rajasthani. Don’t forget to try their Daal Baati.

Open: 12:00 PM – 3PM and 7 PM – 10:30 PM.


Where: 3rd Floor, Bhoomi Plaza, Above Bata Showroom, Sarjapur Road, Bangalore.

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Rajdhani – Forum Mall

Rajdhani chain is not new to Bangalore and they have branches in NCR and Hyderabad. Undoubtedly the best North Indian food point with great ambiance and mindblowing food quality. You should definitely try Dhokla here and the special Rajdhani style Thaali. They are just flavorsome and toothy. You can also try Aloo Paratha, Snacks let, Vada Pav, Chole Bature, and the Maharaja Lassi.

Open: 11:30 AM – 3:30 PM and 7:30 PM – 11 PM

Where: Forum Mall (Koramangala), Indiranagar, Bangalore Central Mall (JP Nagar), Orion Mall (Malleswaram), Forum Neighbourhood Mall (Whitefield), Mantri Square, and Phoenix mall.

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Kund- Indiranagar

If you are nearby Indiranagar and want to have a quick lunch then this place is strongly recommended. A small restaurant, pretty crowded is serving great food and few of their must try is Jeera rice, non-veg thali, Hari Sheekh Thaali, Dal Makhani, Mutton Rogan Josh, and Chicken Dahiwala.


Open: 12:30 PM – 2:30 PM and 7:30 PM – 10 PM

Where: Ashok Terrace, 1st Stage, 100 Feet Road, Indiranagar, Bangalore.

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Punjab Grill – Koramangala

One of the most loved and highly rated food point is known for its awesome ambiance, great presentation of food, and the friendly staff. Firstly order some starters like Dahi ke kabab, Hari Bhari Tikki, Bhatti Da Murg, and Veg Kurkure. You will love their Dal Makhani in the main course and in desserts, Rasmalai, Faluda Kulfi, and Gulab Jamoon are a must try of Punjab Grill.

Open: 12 PM – 1 AM

Where: Opp Forum Mall, 7th Block of Koramangala.

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Ruh – Bellandur

Ruh as the name suggests it is inviting like a spirit with an appealing ambiance and the tempting food. It is a great place to take your family and friends along and I’m sure you will fall in love with the Arabic atmosphere of Ruh. From the veg and nonveg platters, dry salad, litchi martini (vodka + litchi juice) to Chicken Pudina kebab, Chicken wings, Murgh Makhani, and Mock tails, Ruh is a heaven-made place for Foodies, in particular, North Indian Foodies.

Open: 12:00 PM – 1 AM

Where: 4th Floor, Ganapa Tower, Sarjapur Outer Ring Road, Near Bangalore Central.

Amenities: Buffet, Nightlife, Home Delivery, Bar, and Smoking area.

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So, these were a few places where you can enjoy North Indian Food in Bangalore. If you had been to places of this kind which you think is a must try then please let us know in the comments below.

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