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Had heard a lot about this place, so we visited, on a late afternoon.We were there around 4pm and had to wait for about 10 mins to get a seat for 2 of us, hence you can imagine the crowd. The seating area is not...More
I finally made my mind to go to this place after hearing a lot of good reviews from friends and others as well. And I can tell you, all those reviews were true and this place actually exceeded my expectations.
I reached there at around...More
This is really happening place. People wait for no of hours for their turn to get a place. Excellent services.. Tastiest masala dosa.. Chutney and Sambar is more tastier than the tiffins. Must visit once.
The dosas don't taste the same any more. Miss the Vidyarti bhavan of the 90s. The crisp lip smacking butter dosas were out of the world! I used to take our relatives and guests visiting bangalore to this restaurant. But now, I'm afraid, I have...More
We have visited this place on New Year day I.e. 1st January 2019 and as the other reviews read and said this is one of the most famous and oldest hotel since 1943. We had to literally wait for almost 1.5 hours to have the...More
Close to Jayanagar and home to the Bull temple after which it was named, Basavanagudi is one of the oldest localities in the vibrant metropolitan of Bengaluru, with structures replete with character, architecture and rich history. Numerous old and
beautiful temples define the true essence of this green locality filled with chirpy markets like the colourful Gandhi Bazaar, many parks with ancient trees, a wide range of unique eateries and dotted with tiny lakes. Taking a stroll here is full of Malgudi Days throwback moments since this pretty lush green neighbourhood has still retained its old-world charm, which might remind you of scenes and stories from the popular collection of short stories by RK Narayan. From a stately old spacious home that once belonged to the Diwan of Mysore, a shop in a heritage family home, a 100-year old home that has turned into a reservoir of modern art, there is a lot of cultural confluence at every step.