Karnataka is a land of several beautiful gardens and exquisite locations. The Kannadiga culture just like all the other regions of India is influenced by several other cultures. Though its heritage remains true to its roots, you see that Karnataka and Bengaluru evolving with the time. Just like every Indian is obsessed with biryani, so are the Bangaloreans. Here are the top 10 biryani places you must visit in and around Bangalore.
- Paradise Biryani
Paradise is an absolute delight for all biryani lovers. Located in Indiranagar, it transports you to a biryani paradise. Is this why the place is named Paradise? Also, super popular with the students, this place is always hustling and bustling with youngsters.
Muslims are the OGs when it comes to cooking biryani. Nobody can bring out the real essence of biryani, the way a Muslim does. I mean common, there has to be a reason why the world is obsessed with their food, nai? If you craving for authentic Muslim style biryani, then you ought to check out Rahhams, in Frazer Town.
We all can agree that Bengali cuisine is one of the finest cuisines in India. It is a culinary experience that you cannot miss out on. Lazeez located in Koramangala has come quite close to replicating the Bengali cuisine. Bengali Biryani cooked with succulent meat pieces and delicious potatoes, is a treat for real biryani lovers.
Tucked away in the streets of Koramangala is Gramin. It has a rustic, village-style setting, giving it a different vibe from the other places in Koramangala. Gramin is an extremely popular outlet in Bengaluru and the localities rave about the Handi Biryani. You must check out this place.
5. Mani’s Dum Biryani
Vegetarians are often put in a spot when it comes to biryani. Most people believe that Veg biryani is a myth and that vegetarians should calling veg biryani as biryani. They call it pulao. But, Mani’s Dum Biryani, in Ulsoor, doesn’t believe in anything similar. Their veg biryanis are top-class and this is a must-visit for vegetarians.
6. Andhra Ruchulu
Bengaluru has a plethora of Andhra restaurants. Andhra food is extremely popular and which means, it is time for some glorious Andhra biryani. Andhra Ruchulu, located in the streets of JP Nagar, is where you should head out if your craving for Andhra Chicken Biryani and Andhra Mutton Biryani.
7. Aroma’s Hyderabad House
Hyderabadi biryani is perhaps the Queen of biryanis. And, the entire world is obsessed with it. This is exactly why Bengaluru has two outlets of Aroma’s Hyderabad House. Located in Kalyan Nagar and Nagawara, this place is your one-stop destination for authentic Hyderabadi Dum Biryani.
8. Mayura 1989
If fine dine and wine is your thing, then Mayura 1989 in Rajajinagar has to be it. This is an other place for those who love Andhra-style biryani. Be it the Bamboo Biryani or the Pacchi Mirchi Biryani, this place is a real treat to all those who love to experiment with their food.
9. Dindigul Thalappakkati
Just as the name suggests, this place is a true-blue Tamilian restaurant. From Idiyappams to Crab Kothu Curry, this place is a must-try for those who never tried the Tamilian cuisine. Located in Indiranagar, the place is known for Tamil Nadu’s favourite biryani Dindigul Thalappakkati Biryani. We are already booking our tables to try this delight.
10.Donne Biryani House
How can we talk of biryani places in Bangalore and not mention Donne Biryani House?