There’s nothing quite like a bajji in the Garden City. We take a look at some of the more popular ones.
The television personality and food writer on the things you’ll always find in his pantry, his grandmothers’ cooking and his love of Indian food.
Free from processed sugar and grain, Ovenderful, a blog-turned-enterprise has on its menu classic tea time cakes, cheddar cheese crackers, salted caramel shortbread cookies and more.
A combination of idlis, uthappam and podi, the Uthly is bound to get you curious.
The legendary Sri Lankan batsman on the restaurant he co-owns, dim sums and Brendon McCullum’s big appetite.
You would, too, if you ate a proper, sumptuous Gowda meal, which is now available at the Bengaluru Oota Company.
Much before frozen yoghurts and gelatos became the rage, DBC at Corner House and hot chocolate fudge at Cool Joint defined ice creams in the city.
Pineapple, neem flower, lemons? You want all kinds of rasam? We’ve got you covered.
Rich in protein and fibre, find delicacies in every imaginable form from desserts to main course at the annual festival.