I think we’ve finally found our perfect breakfast delivery joint in E-city. We spotted this place called “Breakfast Express” on Swiggy and have been ordering from it. Everything we have tried so far has been delicious.
Over the last weekend, we went out to Bazaar for dinner. It is one of the restaurants in Zone By The Park and serves North & South Indian, Oriental and Continental cuisines. I usually don’t hope much from multi-cuisine places since they fail to do justice to any of the cuisines. But this one turned out to be an excellent surprise!
The restaurant is designed to look like a bazaar(market). There are shelves filled with pulses, spices, utensils and myriad other items. There’s an auto kept at the entrance which adds to the whole market scene.
‘Asha Tiffins’ is a small place in HSR that serves super-cheap but incredibly delicious snacks and filter coffee. We always used to eye this place with curiosity, since it was always packed with customers, and all of them standing. Upon visiting, I discovered there are some benches inside to sit, but as always the place was packed; so we took a table outside.
Menu is very basic and has the usual: vada, idli, filter coffee, some soups, couple of meals etc. The eatery is very clean and service is fast.
MTR is a name most of us are familiar with and their outlet on St. Marks road has been a favourite since a long time now. I have been there innumerable times and never been disappointed with food or service.
So I felt compelled to write this piece for those fellow Bangaloreans who haven’t been to MTR yet 🙂
South Indian breakfast cravings sorted!
Saturday morning we were craving for a South Indian breakfast, but none of us wanted to venture out. The newly launched UberEats came to our rescue and we placed an order from Idli & Dosa Cafe for idlis, vada, poori sagu, plain dosa and kuzhi paniyaram (don’t judge, we were hungry 🙂 ).
This place had been on my list for a long while, but we never got around to visiting it for some reason or the other. Over the long weekend, we decided to tick it off our list and went for lunch. But I was on one of my vegetarian streaks, and didn’t try out any of the non-vegetarian fares 🙂
BonSouth looks like a big village house with whitewashed walls and a mini garden. There’s a waiting area outside lined with cushions that add just the right pop of colour. The place is huge with plenty of seating available, both indoor and outdoor.
I had seen some beautiful photos of this place on different websites, and when hubby suggested it for lunch, I agreed immediately. But going so far for lunch, I thought the place better be good.
Malgudi vattika is spread over a large area and is covered with lush greenery. They have basic wooden furniture, which looks quite charming. The place reminded me of my village actually 🙂
They have a separate section for a-la-carte North Indian and South Indian food, and for South Indian meals. We opted for meals and bought tokens for jowar thali (thali with jowar roti) and poori thali (pooris instead of jowar roti).