10 popular Bangalore street foods you must try

Masala Dosa

A crispy fermented crepe made from rice and lentils, filled with a spicy potato filling, served with chutney and sambar.

Obbattu/Holige

A sweet flatbread stuffed with a filling made from jaggery, lentils, and coconut, and then cooked on a griddle. It's a popular festive dessert.

Mangalore Buns

Soft, fluffy, and mildly sweet deep-fried bread made from ripe bananas, flour, and yogurt. It's usually served with a spicy coconut chutney.

Chaat

Bangalore offers a variety of chaat options like sev puri, bhel puri, and dahi puri, made with a combination of crispy snacks, chutneys, yogurt, and spices.

Akki Roti

A traditional Karnataka dish, it's a flatbread made from rice flour and mixed with finely chopped onions, carrots, and other vegetables, often served with chutney or pickle.

Maddur Vada

A savory and crispy snack made from a mix of semolina, rice flour, onions, and spices, deep-fried to golden brown perfection.

Bisi Bele Bath

A flavorful rice dish cooked with lentils, assorted vegetables, and spices, topped with ghee, cashews, and served with raita.

Gobi Manchurian

Indo-Chinese cauliflower fritters tossed in a flavorful and spicy sauce, a popular street food favorite in Bangalore.

Filter Coffee

While not a traditional "street food," Bangalore is famous for its aromatic filter coffee served in traditional steel tumblers and dabaras (containers).

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