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5 Must-Try Dishes When Visiting Bangalore

Bangalore, the capital city of Karnataka, is synonymous with technology, beautiful gardens, adventure, and food. The city is also known as Garden City due to the serene nature that exists here in the form of gardens and parks. Apart from all these, the city is famous for its palatable food. Earlier travellers only had an option to enjoy the dosas and Kodava food at Coorg restaurants, but now there are plenty of options to savour anywhere in Bangalore. Be it street food or a dish from restaurants, all have that flavour that wins your heart. So, if you are travelling from Delhi, you can avail the facility of Delhi to Bangalore flight booking online which is not just easy but pocket-friendly as well.

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Here are top five dishes that will treat your taste buds very well if you are visiting this city:

These buns are a part of breakfast in Mangalore region and a very popular tea-time snack in Udupi-Mangalore. You can savour this delectable dish in Bangalore at street food corners; one of which is Chetty’s Corner in Serpentine Road. Made using banana, these buns are soft and fluffy to eat. Also known as banana pooris and sweet pooris, they are served with coconut chutney and sambhar.This is one of the best street foods in the city.

 

  • Char Siu Bao

A delicious addition to the plates of Bangaloreans, Char Siu Bao are open-faced steamed buns that come with a variety of fillings. Char Siu Bao can be considered as a modified version of traditional pork. When ordering this, be prepared to get mouth-watering flavours. The dish promises pork belly with Hoisin glaze with apple, sesame seeds, scallion mixed in it. It is sprinkled with shichimi togarashithat is a Japanese spice mix.

 

  • Mysore Pak

A delicious South Indian sweet, Mysore Pak is made with pure ghee and roasted gram flour. The Kannada meaning of Pak is sweet and so its name. A perfect sweet for special occasions in Bangalore, this is available at affordable prices. You can savour it at many sweet shops which include Anand Sweets, Gundappa Sweets, Kanti Sweets, Sri Krishna Sweets, and Sri Venkateshwara Sweetmeat Stall. This dish is perfect for the sweet lovers.

 

  • Dal Obbattu

A local dish of Mysore, Dal Obbattu is another famous street food in Bangalore. In local areas, the dish is known as bobbatlu. You will bound to call it healthy after knowing its ingredients. Jaggery, toor dal, cardamom powder, flour, and rava are the top ingredients that give it a unique flavour. It is served with hot ghee sprinkled on it.Along with other delicacies, it is also offered on festivals like Diwali and Ugadi. You can give it a try at Holige Mane in Malleshwaram.

 

  • Idli, Vada, and Dosa

A famous south Indian dish, idli, vada and dosahave now spread their flavour to North India as well. But the trueessence of this dish can also be savoured in South India. Bangalore is the right place where you can enjoy the breakfast of hot idlis, soft vadas, and crispy dosas served with sambhar and coconut chutney. Central Tiffin’s Room and Brahmin’s Coffee Bar are the famous places to serve it.

 

These dishes can make your Bangalore trip delicious and memorable. Do not forget to get their taste! Many travellers visit the city to savour the cuisine and popular dishes. If you are travelling right from Delhi, you can go for Delhi to Bangalore flight booking online.This will save your time, efforts and money as well.