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Street Food in Bangalore

What strikes your head when it comes to street food of any place is the tingling fusion of flavors and great affordability that comes as a gift through it. Street food often takes our memories to the Chowpatty or the Khaao Gali, but wait. Bangalore (Present Bengaluru) has much more tempting to offer you with its special Street Food place called the VV Puram food street or Thindi Beedhi (called in Kannada). This is a one-way street and a place which is like a religious spot for foodies.

Filling the street with the smell of the samosas & jalebis, this is also a home to many other tangy and spicy options like the holige, akki roti, pav bhaji , paddu and also to bhelpuri, sev poori, potato boonda and seekh rolls. Also on this 150 meters long road you will find American baby corn masala, dosa, dahi papdi, kulfi, mango corn masala, kokum, badam milk and many more items which would very well suit your platter.

V B Bakery is one of the oldest possessions of Bangalore’s VV Puram that is right at the beginning of the road. This place is a famous spot for its unique butter bun congress which is known for the peanuts, butter and chilly sauce filling. Also popular are the dumroot halwa and bun-butter jam. At any cost do not miss the Akki Roti which is served with three types of chutneys and melts in your mouth as you eat it.

Dosa stalls are also one of the famous eateries in this Bangalorean Khaao Gali. You can choose from the wide range of Set Dosa, Paper Dosa, Bhath Masala Dosa and Kali Dosa and keep in mind that the south Indian platters are often heavy so you mmay even try picking up lighter options like Idli or Uthpam. For Boonda lovers, the thindi beedhi or the VV Street has special Boondas made for you. These are not restricted to the old-fashioned potato boondas but they are also available in capsicum, banana and chilly. This is one of the shops which gets exhausted in a span of 3 hours time so you should rush for you pick of Boonda.

street food in Bangalore

The Chinese vans in the street serve the most delicious paneer & gobhi rolls, rumali rotis and Manchurians. Many pushcarts also carry yummy recipes of corns as your hunger replacements. These are equipped with fans as well so you need not worry about the sweat. If you are more interested in the desert section of this lane, try kesar kulfi or ice-creams from the shops or gulab jamuns, gulkand and other varieties of delicacies available on mix of carts & small shops.

Apart from the VV Puram Street Food, you can also head towards Sagar chats, Delhi Bhavan, Sweet sins on MG Road, Kanti Sweets & Shivsagar in Jayanagar or the Garam Naran & Gangotree in Commercial Streets of Bangalore as well. These places will also offer plenty of new varieties which will fit in your budget very easily. The famous Johnson Market, will offer you Fanoos, Madeena Stores, Makkah Café or +91 as a rescue to a hungry stomach where you can find street special Coconut & Fruit Naan, Rose Soda, non-veg rolls etc.

To know about other famous markets in Bangalore, click here.

So, without worrying about your wallets head towards any one of these places and enjoy Bangalore at its best!

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