Banglore's Thindi Beedi, A local food stroll

Banglore's Thindi Beedi, A local food stroll
Food, Wine & Nightlife > Food Tours > Culinary & Gourmet Tour
$102
Duration: 3 hours
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Description

This 3-hour private visit puts Bangalore on a plate for you, with a guided stroll along the city’s well known food street, known as Thindi Beedi. Taste local foods like 'dosas' (rice pancakes), 'holige' (sweet flat breads) and thatte idlis (soft rice-batter savory cakes) and also visit local temples.

Highlights

  • Famous Thindi Beedi
  • Local South Indian street food
  • Temple visits

You will be picked up from your hotel at 06:00 P.M along with your guide and taken by private, air-conditioned car to the Sri Subramanya Swamy Temple.

Start your walk near this temple and visit other temples close to Sajjan Rao Circle. You may witness ceremonies and your guide will share information about the local religious culture and traditions.

Then proceed to explore Thindi Beedi, the local food street in Bangalore. This road wakes up each night as food sellers open for business, cooking up a huge number of vegetarian regional and national food varieties.

With your guide, explore and taste a few treats. Your food includes tastings proportionate to a typical dinner. Learn how the distinctive indulgences are made as you walk, taste and talk.

Explore the famous VB Bakery, acclaimed for its cream puffs and treats, and test dishes like Thatte Idlis, soft rice-batter cake and Vadas and Ghee Masala, spicy potato-filled Dosas.

Spare some space for sweet treats like Holige, and try some North Indian Chaats, which are fried savory snacks and also Indo-Chinese dishes. Complete your dinner like the locals with a glass of hot almond milk.

At the end of your tour you will be driven back to your hotel.

This 3-hour private visit puts Bangalore on a plate for you, with a guided stroll along the city’s well known food street, known as Thindi Beedi. Taste local foods like 'dosas' (rice pancakes), 'holige' (sweet flat breads) and thatte idlis (soft rice-batter savory cakes) and also visit local temples.

Highlights

  • Famous Thindi Beedi
  • Local South Indian street food
  • Temple visits