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The place to sample Bengaluru's most mouth-watering dosa, idli and kappi is Shri Sagar, earlier known as Central Tiffin Room or CTR located at 7th Cross Malleshwaram. It might look like your regular roadside cafe but its specialties like Benne Masala Dosa served with generous amount of butter, make it the haunt of people from neighboring areas and far off areas too. It is a good place for budget snacking that's not only tasty but also, fills your tummy. Leaving without having a cup of hot filter kaapi is a big no-no! As they say in Kannada- Enjoy Maadi, so do stop by and enjoy.
A wildly popular haunt for college students, Hari Super Sandwich delivers hot, flavorsome sandwiches dressed in a medley of spices and veggies. If you manage to fight your way through the crowds that throng this food stand, place an order for the Dahi Toast Sandwich that balances the sharpness of spices nicely with some cool curd. Highly recommended is also the Chilli Cheese Toast and the Bread Masala. Those who love their sweets can feast on the decadent Chocolate Toast that has sandwiched between soft bread, none other than melted chocolate. Portions are generous and filling, and the sandwiches are available at delightfully affordable prices.
Anyone craving for those flavorful Rajashthani-style street food specialties in Bengaluru can head to Kota Kachori, a hole-in-the-wall joint in the busy precinct of Koramangala. Find a menu that features of best of Rajasthani cuisine, including preparations like Dal Kachori, Dal Childa, and Malai Ghevar. For something light yet appetizing, you can relish the Sabudana Khichdi or Poori Sabzi, along with other scrumptious picks.