7 Undiscovered Places in Bangalore for Foodies we bet you haven’t explored

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Places in Bangalore for Foodies

Life is awesome because of Food and life in Bengaluru is even awesome because you get to eat everything here from Idli, Dosa to Vada Pav, Pizza to Kheema, Biriyani to Rajma and Roti-Dal. It is rightly said that Bengaluru is a Foodie’s paradise and I have no reason for not agreeing to it. Being a Foodie I love exploring the corners of the city to find what’s new and what’s hot in Bengaluru. The city is so vivid and flamboyant that there is no end to it and the discovery is always on. On one end we have the legendary Vidyarthi Bhavan, and Brahmin’s Coffee like places and on another end there is a list of places in Bangalore for foodies to explore. Let me try to introduce you to few of those places which are infamous but worth visiting while you are here in the city.

Unexplored and Awesome Places in Bangalore for Foodies

Krazzy Folds

Krazzy folds is the crazily awesome place, located in the interior of Jayanagar 4th block. One thing that caught my attention was their graffiti-decorated walls, photo frames of ‘Krazzy’ things, colorful cushions, and the music. You will also find some mustaches around, don’t get scared. The ambiance around makes it a perfect hangout point for breakfast/lunch with your friends and family.

Must Try- Grill Fish, Mexican Cheesy Fries, Paneer Tacos, Churros, Grilled Pine apple, Alfredo with shrimps, and Pomegranate Sangria.

Open: 12:00 PM to 10:30 PM

Where: 12, 10th B Main, 31st Cross Road, 4th Block, Jayanagar

Places in Bangalore for Foodies
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Bread and Jam Pudding – The Park

If you ever decide to visit The Park Hotel for lunch buffet then don’t miss to check for the bread and jam pudding. It is a special dessert kind of thing which tastes so delicious that you can’t stop yourself from ordering for more. The Park is a luxurious five-star hotel which you can prefer for family gatherings or friend’s meet.

Where: Mahatma Gandhi Road, Bengaluru

Don’t miss these two legendary Military Hotels

Ranganna Military Hotel: All your craving for authentic military mess food will satisfactorily end in this 60-year old Ranganna Military hotel. This is a must and must visit for Non-Veg food lovers. Being in Bengaluru if you haven’t visited Ranganna Military hotel then don’t call yourself a non-veg foodie.

Start with Kheema Ball Curry and Thale Maamasa (head meat). Enjoy the savor of it and before you loose your consciousness in the drooling aroma of it, order Mutton Pulao. End the meal with a steaming rasam served in tiny steel glasses which is a must. One thing you should note about this place is that every piece of meat here is handpicked by Ranganna (owner) and all the masalas used here are ground fresh.

Open: 7:30 AM to 4 PM and 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Where: 61, KR Rd, Tata Silk Farm, Jayanagar, Bengaluru

Places in Bangalore for Foodies
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New Govind Rao Military Hotel: This 108-year old restaurant is insanely famous for Idlis and Kheem Curry. Their mutton pulao is equally toothsome and tangy which makes it a must-try dish. Do not miss to try the meat fries associated with chilli and pepper.

Open: 6 AM to 3:30 PM and 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM

Where: No.7, Cottonpet Main Road, Opp Sudha Lodge, Bengaluru

Places in Bangalore for Foodies
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Puliyogre Point

Easily Puligore tops the list of Must-Have Bengaluru Foods and Puliyogre point is a place to satisfy your appetite for an authentic Puliyogre taste. Only Puliyogre cannot please our ever hungry stomach and so this food point has Sakkare Pongal, Pongal, Coconut rice, and button idlis for you. Any meal in Bengaluru is incomplete without relishing the sip of filter coffee and so don’t forget to have coffee here. The puliyogre point may not be as famous as Vidyarthi Bhavan but the quality is definitely up there.

Open: 7 AM to 10 PM

Where: Mallikarjuna Temple St, N.R Colony, Basavanagudi

Places in Bangalore for Foodies
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Kesariya

Have you ever tasted the typical Rajasthani Food in Bengaluru? Look for no options and go straight to Kesariya which is a restaurant located in JP Nagar. As soon as you enter you get to see the intricate wood carvings on the pillars, and painting on the walls. The entire ambiance of Kesariya is such that it will give you the good flair of Rajasthani feeling.

If you are going here for the first time then order a buffet that consists of two drinks, six starters, four types of vegetables, two types of daal, a Raab, imli pani and three types of roti. You will be served with dal bhaati as a side dish and four different kinds of desserts. You can also try Sangri Ki Sabzi, Combo of Rabri Malai and Gulab Jamun, and Kachoris.

Open: 12 PM to 3:30 PM and 7 PM to 11 PM

Where: Goenka Chambers, Jeevan Griha Colony, 19th Main, Phase 2, JP Nagar

Places in Bangalore for Foodies
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Gudguda Prime Cafe

This is not a place for all as it is a Sheesha place and a cafe. It is blessed with an open terrace, spacious hall, and the ambiance is such that it is made for hookah lovers. You will love Brain Feezeer along with mint (It’s a hookah) and come to food, grilled chicken, and litchi mojito are the best picks. It is one of the late night open cafes in Bangalore which makes a perfect weekend destination for Bangaloreans.

Open: 11 AM to 1 AM

Where: 55, 1st floor, 5th Cross Road, Koramangala 6th Block

Places in Bangalore for Foodies
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Dadi’s Dum Biriyani

If you are in and around BTM and wish to surrender your stomach for drooling biriyanis then head to Dadi’s Dum Biryani, next to Christ college. Few of the must-try are Chicken Biryani, Dum Biriyani, Butter Chicken, Reshmi Kebab, Tangdi Kebab, and Mutton Biriyani.

Open: 11 AM to 11 PM

Where: Next to Christ College, Near Dairy Circle, BTM Layout.

Places in Bangalore for Foodies
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So these were few of the places in Bangalore foodies to explore and the list goes on and on. We’ll try to cover few more places as we explore and know about them. If you had been to places of this kind then please let us know in the comments below.

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