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8 Street Food Places In Bangalore You Shouldn’t Resist

By Sanjay Gouda

Updated - May 9, 20245 min read

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Are you searching for some delicious street food in Bangalore? Well, if you do a simple search online, you might find multiple results that could confuse you instead of giving you what you are looking for. Especially, when you and your buddies have cravings and need to control their pockets, going through so much research is something you might want to avoid.


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. With place recommendations you would also want to know what to try.


So, here we have done our bit of research from multiple sources and enlisted some of the most irresistible street food places of Namma Bengaluru.


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Who doesn’t love a spicy, tangy and mouth-watering plate of chaat? If you just went drooling with excitement just reading about it, we suggest you head to Shri Sairam’s Chats and Juice Centre ASAP. 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 spot these delicious treats all around the city.


Avg Cost - ₹150 for two

Call: +919900741111

Timing: 12:30 pm - 0:30 am

Address: 353/354, 1St 'B' Main, 7Th Block, 7Th Block, Koramangala, Bangalore(Get Directions)

Highlights: Seating AvailableOpen Air SeatingTakeaway Available

Cuisines: Rolls

Must haves: Rolls

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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 serve these delights with enough fillings to choose from. One of our favourites is Khan Saheb Grills and Rolls. Having more than ten outlets at different locations, this is one of the most popular street food places in Bangalore. The menu is loaded with a vast menu of veg and non-veg rolls, enough to keep you coming back for more. So, go ahead and experience the flavours today!


Avg Cost - ₹500 for two

Call: +919916328717

Timing: 4:00 am - 10:00 pm

Address: 9, 2Nd Block, 3Rd Main Road, Govindaraja Nagar Ward, Kalyan Nagar, Vijayanagar, 2Nd Block, Govindaraja Nagar Ward, Kalyan Nagar, Vijaya Nagar, Vijay Nagar, Bangalore(Get Directions)

Cuisines: Chinese

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Others might not get it but Bangalore’s love for Gobi Manchurian is always on the upward climb. Those of you who relish the dish or just want to know what the hype is about must try the six versions of it at Spurthy Gobi Centre in Vijayanagar. Each bite of the Manchurian is mouth-watering, crispy on the outside and soft inside. Well, this is a perfect evening snack for anyone.


Avg Cost - ₹500 for two

Timing: 11:00 am - 8:00 pm

Address: Food St, Vishweshwarapura, Shankarapura, Basavanagudi, Bangalore(Get Directions)

Highlights: Seating Available

Cuisines: North Indian

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If you think we are talking about pineapple and bajjis, then you are wrong. Presenting the most amazing street food of Bangalore, pineapple bajjis. If you haven’t ever tried it, it is never too late. You can head over to Mane-Holi in Basavanagudi. Freshly cut slices of pineapple tossed in a light batter are dipped into the simmering pool of oil to fry. They are best enjoyed hot. For INR 100, you can try this unique street food preparation here.


Avg Cost - ₹200 for two

Call: +919886584789

Timing: 9:00 am - 10:00 pm

Address: Opposite Ganesha Temple Circle, 4Th Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore(Get Directions)

Highlights: Breakfast PlaceTakeaway Available

Cuisines: Mithai

Must haves: Idli Dosa

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Originated from Mysore, Obbattu or Holige is a local flatbread dessert made from maida, stuffed with a mix of peanuts, ghee, jaggery, cardamom powder, and lentils. Locally called puran poli or bobbatlu, this dish is normally prepared 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.


Avg Cost - ₹400 for two

Call: +917303903997

Timing: 1:15 pm - 1:00 am

Address: 135, Mm Road, Near Mosque, Frazer Town, Bangalore(Get Directions)

Highlights: Seating AvailableTakeaway Available

Cuisines: Rolls

Must haves: Mutton Seekh

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Do you crave shawarma and seekh kebabs after a long day of work? We suggest you head to Fanoos to savour these juicy and spicy meat dishes. Starting with a tiny stall, this place has evolved into a larger eating joint with a seating area. Of course, the crowd has only grown bigger, and they see many people flocking back for more of their non-veg delights. Do not forget to try the beef seekh kebabs for their succulent meat flavoured with spices.


Avg Cost - ₹300 for two

Call: +919740258348

Timing: 11:00 am - 8:00 pm

Address: 373, 100 Feet Road, Indiranagar, Bangalore(Get Directions)

Highlights: Seating AvailableTakeaway Available

Cuisines: North IndianChinese

Must haves: Sweet Lassi Paneer Butter Masala Shahi Paneer Paneer Butter Masala

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If North Indian cuisine is your favourite, Paratha Plaza will take care of you. This street food place in Bangalore serves some of the most filling, crunchy and lip-smacking parathas. Served with an extra topping of butter, devour them piping hot. 

Avg Cost - ₹100 for two

Call: +919844111020

Timing: 4:15 pm - 8:30 pm

Address: 2Nd Block, Near Corporation Office, Jayanagar, Bangalore(Get Directions)

Highlights: Takeaway Available

Cuisines: Street Food

Must haves: Masala poori Bhel puri Panipuri Dahi aloo puri

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If you thought that bhel puri is only dear to Marathis, Karnataka Bhel House will prove you wrong. Located in the Bazaar Street, this street food place in Bangalore was started in 1975, and it is consistently satiating the hunger of foodies. With their authentic and spicy chaat mixed with different ingredients, you are bound to get confused as to where to start.


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




Q. What are the best places in Bengaluru for street food?

A. Jayanagar 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