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HOT! 6 Street Foods You Must Try When You Are In Bangalore

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Bangalore has maintained its charm with undamaged history and culture.Walking through the streets of Bangalore the pleasant aroma of the variant delicacies that are prepared here every moment, is sure to leave you in awestruck. The tempting food prepared in the streets of Bangalore is no less tasty than the local and international cuisines at five-star restaurants. 

1.99 Variety Dosa: 




You can easily miss this eating corner, but you can’t miss the crowd here. It carries no name board.‘99 varieties of dosa’  carts are there all over the city.It was started by Prakash and his wife Padma Prakash with a few varieties of dosas and soon the menu was expanded and today, the eatery sells exactly 99 varieties. To name a few paneer dosa, Mysore dosa, cauliflower, aloo, mixed dosa, beetroot dosa, Mysore set dosa, mushroom, chocolate, chana etc.. etc..


2.Mangalore Bhaji:




Mangalore bhaji is a popular dish from the coastal town of Mangalore. Eating the hot and crispy bhaji is one of the best ways to enjoy the Bangalore's awesome mausam. A number of roadside stalls sell these deep fried vegetable bhajis, winning the hearts of millions of foodies in Bangalore.The taste here has garnered them loyal patrons for life. 


3.Gobi Manchurian:




It was in the late 90s that Gobi Manchurian, Veg Noodles and Veg Fried Rice moved from the Chinese restaurant kitchens to fast food restaurants and street stalls. Priced around `15 a plate, these became a hit for outings for students and even families when they were too lazy to cook. This pocket-friendly delicacy is a hit and available in every nook and corner of city.

4.Bun and Filter coffee:




There is nothing that awakens your senses like the aroma of brewing hot coffee wafting through the air. The pleasant cool climate of Bangalore often drives its citizens into the arms of a hot cup of coffee. Amongst the windy weather bun and filter coffee is a big hit.

5 Bobbatlu:




Dal bobbatlu is the Charm of Kannada.Obbattu is a local dish of Mysore region and a popular street food in Bangalore. Locally called bobbatlu or puran poli.It is one of the delicacies savored during festivals like Diwali and Ugadi. 


6. Idli, Vada and Dosa:




It is the southern swill also staple breakfast for a bangalorean-piping hot idlis, soft vadas, and crispy dosas – is also the signature street food in Bangalore. These south Indian delights are easily available, affordable, and exceptionally tasty. Numerous roadside stalls on Thindi Beedi at VV Puram.

If you haven't tried any of these please go ahead and try these this weekend!


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