Best Places In Bangalore For Breakfast


It’s a city that boasts of some of the finest dining options in the county – breakfast included. From super South Indian fair to heart continental cuisine, Bangalore boasts of some of the best breakfast places in town. Here’s our list of the top 6 places you just have to visit this weekend:


Hole In The Wall Cafe



Like the name suggests its a hole in the wall, not so little that its cramped, but cozy and homely. Serving some of the best continental breakfast options in the city – huge portions for very nominal prices – HITWC is a super hit with Bangalore foodies. Their Pulled Pork Burger is to die for, as are their waffles and peanut butter and banana French toast.

May we suggest you get here early on a Sunday morning for a relaxed meal, else be prepared to stand in queue for at least 45 minutes!

Average meal for 2: Rs. 500


Smoke House Deli




Located on Lavelle Road and Indiranagar, Smoke House Deli is known for its superlative Eggs Benedict, fluffy pancakes and crispy waffles. If you’re looking for hearty portions, don’t mind forking out a bit of dough and want a relaxed meal on a weekend morning, then head to SMD. Sample their lighter-than-foam omelettes, served with yummy handcrafted breads and finish off with an excellent black brew. It’s the perfect way to kick-start an indulgent weekend.

Average meal for 2: Rs. 1000


Monkey Bar




Two locations – Wood Street and Indiranagar and Manu Chandra’s culinary genius can never go wrong. One of the most popular breakfast dishes here are the exceptional Red Velvet Waffles, then there’s the unique Kheema Bao and the quintessential Indian style Railway Station Omlette. They even offer a range of breakfast cocktails for those of you who skipped a drink the previous evening or feel you aren’t hung over enough!

Average meal for 2: Rs. 1000






Craving fluffy idlis and crispy doasa, Mavalli Tiffin Room on Lalbagh Road is the place to head to. One of the city’s most iconic restaurants, MTR is packed, anytime of the day. The breakfast queues, especially on weekends, are extra long. Don’t expect any form of fine dining though. People come here for the food, and only the food. It’s the evergreen hangout for a die-hard Bangalorean.

Average meal for 2: Rs. 300


Brahmin’s Coffee Bar




It’s located on one of Basavanagudi’s narrow street, but there’s no way you can miss this place. Forget the board, the queue outside is a dead give away! Traditional South Indian coffee, the aroma of which assaults you from a mile away. Fluffy idles, steaming hot vadas, the best upma and kesari bath in town. That’s all thats on the menu… and there’s also butter for which they charge Rs 7. Just in case you want to smother the piping hot idli in some grease!

Average meal for 2: Rs. 100


Veena Stores




If you haven’t been here then you haven’t been to Bangalore. One of the oldest eateries in the city, located in the Brahmin dominated suburb of Malleshwaram, Veena Stores attracts foodies from all over the city. Mumbaikars who are visiting never leave without taking back a box of his special idles and even more special chutney. It’s a little shop adjacent to 15th Cross in Malleshwaram, and you can’t fail to see the throng of people outside tucking into his specialities. bisibele bath, semiya upma, chow chow bath, idli and vada, sweet pongal and coffee are the hot favourites here.

Average meal for 2: Rs. 100






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