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iXiGOers Dec 09 2012

Which are the popular non vegetarian joints in Bangalore?

Shikha Gautam DEC 10 2012
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With the variety of non vegetarian restaurants in Bangalore, you can definitely call it a meat eaters world. The spicy Malabar Cuisine, kebabs and steaks and bacon and mutton curry - would you still need more reason to visit Bangalore? Here are a few restaurants you could consider:

  • Koshy’s

Bangaloreans are loving it and so will you. Koshy’s is the most popular eating joint in Bangalore. Steaks, bacon sandwiches, big cups of coffee and fish and chips - they’ve got it all. It is one of the oldest eating joints known for its food and service. There is room for fine dining and an area for smoking as well. The spicy prawn curry, assortment of omelets and the grills are simply irresistible! The crowd here is sort of mixed - students, couples and working professionals. The place is usually crowded, walk in and find out why!

A meal for two would make your pocket lighter by INR 700 without alcohol.

Address: 39, St. Marks Road

MG Road Area




Telephone: 080 22915840, 080 22213793

  • Mainland China

If you dig authentic Chinese food then Mainland China is exactly what you seek. It’s a much sought after fine dining place so making reservations would be a good idea. Priced a bit higher than most Chinese joints it has enough and more delicious options for both the vegetarians and the non vegetarians. The buffet option is definitely more pocket friendly. It has a calm ambience and good service.

A meal for two would cost INR 1400 approximately.

Address: 14, Church Street

MG Road




You can also find Mainland China outlets at the Orion Mall, Indiranagar, Koramangala, Jayanagar and Malleshwaram.

  • Samarkhand

Dig into some good mughlai food at Samarkhand. Well for the curious lot ‘Samarkhand’ is Barbar’s birthplace in Uzbekistan. Juicy kebabs, mind blowing biryani, sikandar raan are to simply die for. It’s a place for those you like to experiment with food. The creative list of dishes will only keep you craving for more. The menu looks like a newspaper and the place is loaded with intriguing trivia. It’s a fun place to take your taste buds out on a holiday.

Shell out around INR 1600 for two people.

Timings: 12 pm to 3:30 pm, 7 pm to 11 pm

Address: Infantry Road




Telephone: +91-80-41113366

  • Windsor Pub 

If you seek good food and music, head straight to Windsor Pub. Whether you pick baked beans, appams with stew or masala squid rings - you’ll wish it would never end. And the jazz playing in the background makes everything taste even better. Most people come here for the Malabar and Coorgi food. The pandhi curry is nearly the talk of the town. Get a real treat for the foodie in you.

Spend about INR 1300 for two with alcohol.

Address: Castle Street

Brigade Road




Eat your hearts full and pack up before 11 pm because no matter how hard you wish, the restaurants in Bangalore shut at 11 pm. If you are lucky they may extend till 11:30 pm, but that’s all.

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