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6 Street Foods In Bangalore You Shouldn’t Resist

By Sanjay Gouda

Updated - Jan. 7, 2022 4 min read

Bangalore is famous for heaps of reasons, the IT hub or startup capital. But if we talk about the street food scene, Bangalore offers a plethora of options, too. Yes, by street food in Bangalore, we are not talking about the regular idli, vada, and sambar, there are other street delicacies that are a must-try. 

 

So, here we list down some of the most irresistible street foods of Namma Bengaluru.

 

1. Chaat

For many of us, a plate of pani puri in a day makes us cheerful. If you too are one of those, then, Puchka in Sri Sairam Chaats is an excellent spot to cater to your cravings. Though chaat is traditionally a North Indian cuisine, Bangalore has profoundly adopted this particular street food culture. Right from the crispy bhel puri to ragda patties, you can easily spot these delicious treats all around the city.

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For those who want to try making it at home, here is the recipe. Click here!

 

 

2. Rolls

If a quick, pocket-friendly and satisfying meal is what you have in mind, we suggest you look no further than rolls. Luckily for us, the city has quite a few places that offer these delights, with enough fillings to choose from. So, go ahead and try it today!

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For those who want to try making it at home, here is the recipe. Click here!

 

 

3. Gobi Manchurian

Others might not get it but Bangalore’s love for Gobi Manchurian is always on the upward climb. Those of you who love the dish or just want to find out what the fuss is about ought to grab a plate at the BDA Complex in Banashankari or try six versions of it at Spurthy Gobi Centre in Vijaynagar.

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For those who want to try making it at home, here is the recipe. Click here!

 

 

4. Pineapple Bajjis

If you think we are talking about pineapple and bajjis, then boy oh boy you are wrong. Yes, you heard us right. If you haven’t ever tried a pineapple bajji, you can have your first bite from this street-side shop in Basavanagudi. Freshly cut slices of pineapple tossed in a light batter are dipped into the simmering lake of oil to fry. For INR 100, you can get your street food cravings sorted at this bajji shop. 

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For those who want to try making it at home, here is the recipe. Click here!

 

 

5. Obbattu

Originated from Mysore Obbattu or Holige is a flatbread local dessert made from maida and stuffed with a mix of peanuts, ghee, jaggery, cardamom powder, and lentils. Locally called puran poli or bobbatlu, this dish is normally made around festivals like Maha Sankranti, Ugadi, or Deepawali. But that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy this sweet delight all around the year. The best part? Obbattu is served piping hot with ghee sprinkled on it.

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For those who want to try making it at home, here is the recipe. Click here!

 

 

6. Dosa Stuffed With Lemon Rice

You may have 99 problems but dosa is definitely not one of them when you hit the streets of Bangalore. The 99 Varieties Dosa cart is a common feature on many of Bangalore’s busy streets. Want to experiment? Try dosa stuffed with lemon rice at Naveen Kumar’s buzzing stall near Commercial Street. 

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For those who want to try making it at home, here is the recipe. Click here!

 

 


So, try these best street food in Bangalore and tell us your favourite in the comments below.


FAQ's

Q. What are the best places in Bengaluru to eat street food?
A. 
Jaynagar 8th Block, Basavanagudi, St. Marks Road, Chamarajapet, Jayanagar 3rd Block

 

Q. Where can I find Gujarati Farsan and Gujarati Street Food in Bangalore?
A. 
Panchavati Gaurav — Bellandur Junction, Food and You — Koramangala 6th Block, Village The Soul Of India — Jayanagar, Grand Village Restaurant — Gandhi bazar main road

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