Bangalore is the capital and largest city in the Indian state of Karnataka. Bangalores many restaurants dish out everything from Mexican to Polynesian under a cool, sunny skyline in this impressive city.
Almost every cuisine in the world is available in this cosmopolitan, food-loving city. Rice and vegetables are the staples of course. And Rava Kichadi, Idli, Vada and Dosa are regional favorites. Roadside vendors and tea stalls still have a strong place in the food culture of Bangalore as do Udupi restaurants, which serve predominantly vegetarian cuisine. The convenience of online food ordering has become a catalyst to this growing cosmopolitan food culture trend. www.yummybay.com
The Muslim cuisine of Bangalore is unique as it delivers an interesting blend of Mughlai cuisine, Hyderabad Muslim or Nawabi cuisine as it is called with a distinct Bangalore an flavor.
The MM Road in Frazer town is renowned for its unique collection of around 5 to 6 Muslim restaurants, 3 to 4 Mughlai takeaways, a Chinese restaurant, a sold bar and 2 Arabian themed restaurants. Empire Restaurant of Shivajinagar is very Famous and has its own chain of restaurants throughout Bangalore.
The Chandni Chowk area of Shivajinagar also has concentration of tightly packed restaurants and tea shops, where business booms behind closed shutters until the wee hours of daylight. The most favourite sought after delicacies include the Tandoori Chicken, Bangalore an Biriyani, Sheek kebabs, Sheek Rolls, Chicken kebabs, Rumali Rotis and lots more.
Road side stalls however rather not difficult to find in areas with a Muslim population give a more dynamic but risky option of barbecued and tasty beef sheek kebab and local Bangalore an recipe Phial, beef cubes in spicy green masala, served with hot Rice Sevian (Plain steamed Vermicelli). Fried Mutton Brains is also a really tasty choice for daring food-a- holics.