Wednesday, May 13, 2015

THINDI BEEDI is a street to SEE, FEAST and ENJOY in Bangalore!

Thindi Beedi aka Food Street in V.V. Puram of Bangalore is certainly a place to visit for a variety of street foods which are popular all over India and specialties of Karnataka and some very exclusive creations of Thindi Beedi. We went there last Sunday evening, 10th May 2015. The photographs of our visit are attached. From the crowds you see in the pictures you would know for sure how popular it is among the locals and visitors like us. It is a street about 300 metres long with about 30 larger stalls and another 30 smaller ones and all of them popular and crowded. Thindi Beedi is open from 5 pm to 10 pm.  Some of the most popular foods available here start with the legendary VB Bakery which is at the entrance of Thindi Beedi. This bakery is popular for a variety of snacks like honey-cakes, cream puffs, apple cakes and so on. And as you walk further along the street, on either side you will find rows of eateries serving a variety of Dosas, Bhajjis, Bondas, Rice items, Idlis, Vadas, Akki Rotis, Paddu, Avarekalu, Curd Kodu Bale, Pav Bhaji, Dabeli, Manchuria, Manchuria in Rumali Roti, Pani Puri, Chaats, Mango Corn Masala, Ubbattu, Coconut Holige, hot and crispy Jalebis, Rasgulla Chaat, Malpua, Rabdi, Gulkandh with fruits and ice cream and many many more savories. You may find the street a little lacking in neatness but you will find it very lively and interesting…the site of the large variety of food, their colorful presentation and aromas are very appealing. Any food there is excellent. Now I will let the photographs do the talking:

Assorted Bhajjis, Capsicum Bhajji, Banana Bhajji & Chilli Bhajji
 Avarekalu Dosa & Curd Kodu Bale
Paddu, Masala Vada, Dosa & Chutneys
Akki Rotti_Rice Rotti & Ubbattu
Ramu Tiffin Center
Pav Bhaji, Dabeli, Pani Puri & Floating Pani Puri
Coconut Holige_Ubbattu_Puran Poli
 Gobi Manchria, Tomato Chaat, Manchuria Rolls & Mango Corn Masala
Corn on cob, Rumali Roti, Curd Kodu Bale & Masala Vada
Gulkandh with fruits and ice cream, Malpua and Rabri, Rasgulla Chaat & Jalebi

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