Dhaba Trail Around Bengaluru For Road Trips

By Slurrp Editorial

The highways surrounding Bangalore are dotted with a plethora of delightful dining options that cater to the diverse tastes of road trippers. These hidden gems offer a wide range of cuisines, from authentic South Indian to mouthwatering seafood, making them worthwhile stops on any journey.

*Some restaurants listed in this trail serve non-vegetarian food, but have been added because they have good vegetarian options on their menu as well.

  • Malgudi Mylare

    Located on the Mangalore Highway , Malgudi Mylare is a traditional and homely restaurant that offers a taste of authentic Naati style cuisine. We were charmed by the rustic ambiance and the mouthwatering food, especially the Keema Gojju and Dosa.
  • Thotada Mane Family Restaurant

    Thotada Mane Family Restaurant is a delightful stop on Hesarghatta Road, offering delicious regional Karnataka food in a relaxing setting. We thoroughly enjoyed the variety of thalis and appreciated the attentive service.
  • Kamat Lokaruchi

    Kamat Lokaruchi is a popular pitstop on the Bangalore-Mysore highway, offering a diverse array of vegetarian dishes. We loved the cozy ambiance and savored the delicious local Karnataka and North Indian dishes.
  • Acre Bengaluru Bar & Kitchen

    Acre Bengaluru Bar & Kitchen, located near Bangalore Airport, provides a beautiful outdoor setting with lush greenery and comfortable seating. We enjoyed the fusion of Indian and global flavors, especially their woodfired pizzas and craft beers.
  • Rasta Cafe

    Rasta Cafe, a vibrant and lively spot on the Bangalore-Mysore Road, offers a unique and relaxing experience. We appreciated the laidback atmosphere and the variety of Continental and Indian dishes, perfect for a road trip pitstop.
  • Murugan Idli Shop

    Murugan Idli Shop is a must-visit spot on the outskirts of Bangalore for idli lovers. We couldn't get enough of their soft and fluffy idlis, served with a variety of chutneys and sambar, in a simple yet comfortable setting.
  • Maddur Tiffany's

    Maddur Tiffany's, a popular highway eatery, is renowned for its Maddur vada, a crispy and delicious snack. We enjoyed the bustling atmosphere and the variety of South Indian dishes, making it an ideal stop on a road trip towards Mysore or Coorg.
  • Vaishali Channapatna

    Vaishali Channapatna, located on the Bangalore-Mysore highway, is a family-friendly restaurant offering a mix of North and South Indian dishes. We enjoyed the cozy atmosphere, and their paneer butter masala and dosas were delightful. 

  • Jai Bhuvaneswari Miltry Hotel

    Jai Bhuvaneswari Miltry Hotel, a no-frills establishment on the Bangalore-Mysore highway, it is known for its scrumptious nonvegetarian fare. We loved the homestyle cooking, especially the mutton biryani and chicken curry.
  • Poojari Fishland

    Poojaru Fishland, situated on the Mysore-Bangalore highway, is a seafood lover's paradise. With a warm and welcoming ambiance, we were impressed by the variety of fresh seafood dishes, particularly the fish thali and the crab masala.
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