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Nothing ever changes at the Airlines Hotel which is actually a restaurant; it's as if Time stood still and stubbornly resists any change. Right from the time of its inception, the food has remained as delicious and the attractive seating area too remains under the same trees. The waiters too are the same ones who were already there from the start with no changes in their uniforms either. The only thing that changes are obviously the people who visit. At this restaurant, one can enjoy a tall glass of chilled coffee along with steaming hot Masala Dosa. This joint is very close to the Bowring Institute on Madras Bank Road.
This one's for the egg-lovers. A specialty restaurant on St. Marks Road, The Egg Factory, as the name suggests, serves only eggs. The idea of opening up such a restaurant was inspired by the role that egg plays in the diet of the non-meat eating populace in the city. In terms of cuisine, the menu spans quite a few from Indian and Mexican to French and Italian, you name it. Apart from this, there are also a few innovative home-grown recipes that are worth-trying. The only other thing apart from eggs on the menu is a little selection of beverages and smoothies, so people who don't really enjoy eggs don't have much of an option. There's tons of stuff to try and egg lovers are bound to thoroughly enjoy this place. Check website for more information.
Set against an industrial chic backdrop, the Bengaluru outpost of this nationwide restobar is wildly popular with young professionals. A stop here after work will reward you with delicious cocktails such as Trip on the Drip, Cosmo-Explosion and Old Smoke, while several sharing plates are apt for large groups. If you happen to stop here for breakfast, treat yourself with a decadent meal of Blueberry Pancakes with Maple Syrup or Sid's Very Posh Breakfast that comes loaded with eggs, baked beans and hash browns.
24 Carats in the Capitol Hotel is a busy place all through the day, which is not very common for in-house restaurants within hotels. Situated on the ground floor of the hotel, this restaurant has a homely warmth to it, which is further defined by the cozy and colorful carpeted flooring. The seating can accommodate about 60 diners and the tables are arranged for two or four guests dining at a time. Just adjacent to these are the buffet counters with their delectable array of delicacies, just waiting to be devoured. The breakfast has a widespread menu, and so does lunch or dinner which is served a la carte. Since it is open 24 hours, just walk in and revel in the flavors of multiple cuisines at 24 Carats.
1498 A.D. was that fateful year when Vasco De Gama landed on Indian shores and changed the course of Western India's history, hence the name given to this coffee shop housed within the Atria hotel. Guests staying here get to feast on a lavish spread of sumptuous breakfast, which comes complementary with their stay. Besides breakfast, there are delicacies from the southern regions of India, which can be relished every evening.
The word 'tiffin' down south is used to refer to breakfast, and MTR or Mavalli Tiffin Rooms serves the best breakfast in the city. Well-known for their instant meals like Rava Idli or mixed spices like the evergreen Sambar or Rasam Powder, they essentially serve pure vegetarian cuisine from the Dakshina Kannada zone of Karnataka. Diners also dig into their divine Idli, Masala Dosa, Sambar and Chutney, all complete with a dollop of pure ghee (clarified butter). Piping hot coffee in typical tumblers, remind you of the days gone by. Seating provisions are available on both the ground and the first floor. All said, when in Begaluru do not miss Mavalli Tiffin Rooms, which is located very close to the Lalbagh Botanical Garden.
Adiga's as a chain serves delicious fast food at affordable prices. In fact, they are so popular and prominent, that they make their presence felt in most neighborhoods in Bengaluru. Food preparation is always done in a hygienic environment, and most of the restaurants have an open kitchen format. The method of service is self-service, in addition to the service at the tables. This particular small eatery in Ulsoor welcomes scores of famished diners who troop in every day. Usually, mornings are busier, as they have the best South-Indian breakfast menu at Adiga's Delicacy. They also have some Chinese and North Indian dishes with assorted meal options. A favorite among the locals are Idlis, Pongal, Dosa and Bisi Bele Baath. They also undertake outdoor catering orders.
Vidyarthi Bhavan is a restaurant which was opened in the year 1943, and ever since, nothing much has been altered here. They serve authentic South-Indian delicacies which are in fact too good to be real. Old timers swear that the flavors of the food have not changed from the time they started serving. No matter what time of the day, Vidyarthi Bhavan is full of diners. However, mornings face a rush-hour and you may have to wait longer than usual. A must-try is the mouth-watering 'Masala Dosa' or the steaming hot 'Idli' with spicy 'Sambar'. The food here is prepared the traditional way, which preserves its true local taste. The decor is basic with sketches on the wall, but this does not matter much as the food takes all the attention here.
The Hole in The Wall is a homey cafe and diner away from the city bustle. Situated in the heart of Koramangala, this quaint space is thoughtfully done up with exposed walls, old-school dining booths and modest décor accents. Made famous for its hearty breakfast eats, it serves up toothsome omelets, waffles, pancakes and mellow pastries, along with refreshing hot infusions and coffee. The cafe also provides a platform to emerging bands to perform here.