It’s not hard to find delicious vegetarian food in the city, especially when you have the options that we’re about to show you. We’re taking you on an exciting trip down the streets of Bangalore to show you where you can savour your vegetarian tastebuds. So hop on board and get ready to eat!
If your tastebuds have a love affair with Rajasthani food, Panchvati Gaurav’s Dal Bati Churma is sure to hit the right spot. The delicate sweetness of the churma combined with the aromatic spices in the dal is what makes this dish a must try on our list!
Maiyas has always been the perfect place to experience authentic south Indian food. Their akki roti – a rice flour roti flavoured with spices and served with fiery chutneys is a dish that simply cannot be missed.
Simplicity with a touch of deliciousness is what defines Aagaman. If you’re craving for comfort north Indian food, we suggest trying their vegetarian version of kofta nargisi – a dish straight out of heaven! Soft, golden fried paneer tossed in a heavenly gravy that will put those hunger pangs to rest – give this dish a shot and you won’t be sorry.
Always wanted to try a vegetarian version of vindaloo? What if we told you that Gramin has a lip smacking version of it? Yes, we’re talking about their paneer vindaloo. Relish this tangy delight with their jeera rice.
Spice lovers, rejoice! This lovely little Andhra restaurant is serving the spiciest biryani in town. Fondly titled as ‘kaaram biryani’, this dish is a heady mix of an in-house special blend of spice tossed veggies combined with the hottest red chillies. We dare you to try this.
Looking for a quick fix to sort those evening hunger cravings? We suggest heading to Bhartiya Jalpan and immersing your tastebuds in the goodness of their chilli garlic noodles! Perfect for a rainy evening along with their badam milk.
If you thought tandoori dishes were just for non-vegetarians, you’re wrong. Okini Tandoori House specialises in traditional Afghani tandoor food but that’s not even the best part. They only serve vegetarian food! (Yup you read that right). We highly recommend trying their Afghani chaap – which is made of paneer, traditional Afghani spices and grilled to perfection!
Next time someone says that there aren’t enough veggie options for people in Bangalore, you know what to do. If you’re feeling lazy and just wanna stay in, we strongly suggest firing up the Swiggy app and ordering in. We’ll bring you the food, you do the chilling!