Dhaba halts – Bengaluru to Mysore

Dhaba halts - Bengaluru to Mysore
Dhaba halts - Bengaluru to Mysore

When driving from Bengaluru to Mysore or vice versa on NH 275, do you dream of steaming hot idlis or crispy fried vadai dipped in piping hot sambhar and that bit of coconut chutney? Yes, you have got us right! Here, we are going to take you through a read trail of the best roadside eateries on the Bengaluru-Mysore highway.

You no longer need to worry about what to eat and where when you are travelling from Bengaluru to Mysore or from Mysore to Bengaluru. From traditional South Indian grubs to cafe food, you can find everything on the highway.

Vattika Vegetarian Restaurant

Setup in a quaint village backdrop, Malgudi Vatika is approximately one hour away from Bengaluru where you can savour on some pure vegetarian authentic South Indian delicacies for breakfast, lunch or dinner. For drive halts or bikers, this haunt is popular. You can order the paper thin dosa here and end the meal off with piping hot filter coffee.

Where: 64, Near Wonderla Gate, Hanumantha Nagar, Mysore Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka

Call: +91 9900268344

Meal for two: Rs. 750

Time: 7.00 AM – 10.30 PM

Indradhanush

This restaurant run by a local family churn out delicious vadai in the mornings and curd vadai in the evenings. Besides this eatery, there are some other neighbours such as Domino’s, KFC, Cafe Coffee Day, and Baskin Robbins, so in case you do not want to eat at the restaurant, you can always take out quick bites from these outlets.

Where: SH17, Channapatna, Karnataka

Call: +91 80 27262400

Time: 7.00 AM – 10.30 PM

Kadambam

This highway halt serves authentic Iyengar food and the sweet pongal here is highly recommended. It is 64 kilometres from Bengaluru near the Kadambam falls. If you visit this place once, you will visit it every time you are passing this stretch or may even get tempted to specially drive in.

Where: Sankala Geri Gate, Bangalore Mysore Highway, Channapatna, Karnataka

Call: +91 9945390120

Meal for two: Rs. 400

Time: 6.30 AM – 11.00 PM

Kamat Lokaruchi

This is one of the largest places to stop and eat on NH 275 and you would find it crowded most of the time. Parking here can be a bit an issue, however, the lip-smacking muddled idlis will never let you hold yourself back from visiting Kamath Lokaruchi. They also serve a sumptuous buffet breakfast, provided you have the appetite.

Where: Janapada Loka, Near Archakarahalli, Ramanagara, Karnataka

Call: +91 9008555933

Meal for two: Rs. 400

Time: 6.00 AM – 11.00 AM

 

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