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Old 7th December 2011, 04:12   #1921
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Silverwood, here is a treasure hunt for you :

Sanadige @goldfinch hotel
Kudla @hotel ramanashree
Kubay - Nr Koramangala club
Kairali kerala mess behind christ college, entry on the road behind manU pub.
Suggi - JP Nagar or New BEL road.
Fish Land - GandhiNagar.
Anjappar - Koramangala
Karavalli @Gateway Hotel
Hotel Eden Park - Shivaji Nagar, when you miss the Andhra food.
Rajdhani - UB city and Mantri Mall Malleswaram
Degchi - Kalyan Nagar/ Banaswadi
Queens - Church St.
Cafe Thulp - koramangala
Gramin - Rahjea arcade Koramangala.
Chung Wah - HRBR layout Kammanahalli
Magnolia - Koramangala
excellent list and have been to most places. been disappointed with suggi new bel road the last couple of times though

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Cafe Thulp is great

- Karthik Sweets near BDA/RTO in Indiranagar for Pani Puri
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have yet to try thulp.

is that where karthik moved to? have missed their great pani puri since the metro construction started. their whitefield place doesnt have a live chat counter.

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Old 7th December 2011, 11:59   #1922
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have yet to try thulp.

is that where karthik moved to? have missed their great pani puri since the metro construction started. their whitefield place doesnt have a live chat counter.
Yup! They had to move to a new location as the Metro Station is exactly where it was earlier! Now, they're on that Airtel Road that connects 100 Ft Road and RTO (parallel to Old Madras Road near the Indiranagar Police Station). And dare I say it, there new place is much better. Swanky, clean and the awesome taste is the same!
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Old 7th December 2011, 12:18   #1923
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have yet to try thulp.

is that where karthik moved to? have missed their great pani puri since the metro construction started. their whitefield place doesnt have a live chat counter.

I have been to the Sindhi colony and Nandidurg road chat stall couple of times.

Heavily disappointed with taste.

Guys, do we have bikanerwala here to come to my rescue.?Its been sometime since i had some authentic chat/Vada Pav/Dabeli.

Please help.
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Guys, do we have bikanerwala here to come to my rescue.?Its been sometime since i had some authentic chat/Vada Pav/Dabeli. Please help.
Try "Sagar Restaurant" near Navrang Circle, Rajajinagar. They serve nice Vada Pav and Kachchi Dhabeli. I do not recommend their chats though.

Since I mentioned Navrang Circle, I would like to suggest you to visit "Hotel Nalapaka" (Outlet) based on your previous request. They serve yummy "Benne Dose" and other north karnataka snacks like Paddu, avalakki bhaat, Girmit etc. They serve vada pav too.

If you visit their main restaurant just opposite this small outlet, you can have north karnataka jolada rotti (Jowar/Jonna Rotti) meals if you like. It's not the conventional food in terms of hotness. They must have toned down the hotness level to suite Bangalorean palate. I personally like hotter version of the north karnataka curries.
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I have been to the Sindhi colony and Nandidurg road chat stall couple of times.

Heavily disappointed with taste.

Guys, do we have bikanerwala here to come to my rescue.?Its been sometime since i had some authentic chat/Vada Pav/Dabeli.

Please help.
Silverwood,

Have you tried Food-Street yet?
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... been disappointed with suggi new bel road the last couple of times though
Isn't there a Suggi on Basaveshwaranagar main road, near Panacea Hospital?
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I have been to the Sindhi colony and Nandidurg road chat stall couple of times.

Heavily disappointed with taste.

Guys, do we have bikanerwala here to come to my rescue.?Its been sometime since i had some authentic chat/Vada Pav/Dabeli.

Please help.
For Vada Pav and Dabeli, come to Hennur Main Road - Gujarat Sweets, next to Domino's. Also try Rajvardhan in jayanagar.

for the regular chats, Anand sweets in commercial street, and kammana halli main road. I believe there is one near frazer town as well, near coles park.

Dilli chaat wala in varathur.

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Isn't there a Suggi on Basaveshwaranagar main road, near Panacea Hospital?
Yes there is. Actually, this was the first one. Regarding the taste though, I was happy the first time, disappointed the second time and third time. The third time I went to the JP Nagar restaurant (it was late and almost closing time), so I guess they might have slacked off.
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For Vada Pav and Dabeli, come to Hennur Main Road - Gujarat Sweets, next to Domino's.
Haven't been on Hennur road much. When I drive from Frazer town/ Lingrajpuram side on Hennur road, is this place after the ring road junction?
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I am not sure if this has been mentioned earlier in the post.

Last week I was in Marathalli, Bangalore, in front of Home Town near innovative multiplex. Bang opposite to it, there was this guy on a stall making and selling dosas of wide variety (sada, masala, myore masala) and all dosas in shezwan and chinese flavors. The method of preparation was exactly as shown in the video below.



It was very different and tasty!
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For Vada Pav and Dabeli, come to Hennur Main Road - Gujarat Sweets, next to Domino's. Also try Rajvardhan in jayanagar.
Is this place opposite Regency Apartments?

Maybe between Domino's and Sobha Bazaar?
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Is this place opposite Regency Apartments?

Maybe between Domino's and Sobha Bazaar?

Yes. its between Domino's and sobha bazaar, adjoining Shoba bazaar.

Anand sweets in Comm st. also keeps Dabeli's sometimes.
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Try "Sagar Restaurant" near Navrang Circle, Rajajinagar. They serve nice Vada Pav and Kachchi Dhabeli. I do not recommend their chats though.
You do not recommend their chats? I beg to differ, Sagar restaurant is known for its chaats with car service, We visit sagar every weekend just to have their amazing variety of chats, I suggest that you try once again.
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You do not recommend their chats? I beg to differ, Sagar restaurant is known for its chaats with car service, We visit sagar every weekend just to have their amazing variety of chats, I suggest that you try once again.
Its my opinion only! May be because I have had better chat in many other places!! and may be you should too!
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Yup! They had to move to a new location as the Metro Station is exactly where it was earlier! Now, they're on that Airtel Road that connects 100 Ft Road and RTO (parallel to Old Madras Road near the Indiranagar Police Station). And dare I say it, there new place is much better. Swanky, clean and the awesome taste is the same!
Karthik also has another branch on New Thippasandra Main Road.
NOTE: There's also a New Karthik Sweets on the same road and don't get confused with that one !
When you get onto New Thippasandra Main Road from 80feet Road, you first find New Karthik on the left side, a little further on the same road on the left side is Karthik Mithai.

@suhaas - The 'Airtel Road' is called 60 feet Road, Indiranagar.

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