ITPB Folks! Here's Where You Can Grab Schezwan Vada Pav To Pongal, Near Office

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We’ve found a load of places near ITPB’s Gate 2 that serve everything from filter coffee and idlis, to crispy samosas and vadas. So head down to this “eat street” in Whitefield and beat that office stress with a load of snacks to power you up for the rest of the evening. The entire street is dotted with places to pile on to those fried goodies, hot tea and coffee or a cool drink. We’ve picked out a few here for you.

Lakshmi Venkateshwara Plate Bonda

Our pick of the bunch, this place serves several kinds of pakodas and vadas, like the Goli Bajji, Boiled Egg Bonda, Chilli Bajji and vadas. With yummy coconut and tomato chutney to go along with it, these fried balls of deliciousness are priced at just INR 25 for a plate. And the amount of fried snacks you get for that much, is crazy.

Eat Eroo Bombay Vada Pav

This vada pav stall right next to the MDP Coffee House is a must try for its different kinds of vada pav. Anybody up for Schezwan Cheese or their Cheese Vada? Plus, they also do Bombay style dabeli and Sabudana Vada. Starting at INR 25, the vada pav is  supposedly a favourite amongst the ITPB crowd.


With it’s Kerala tuckshop vibe and selection of fried snacks, Palahaaram is winning for its Crispy Pazham Pori {Banana Fritters} and Chaaya – made by pouring tea from one glass into another and the distance between both glasses being a meter! Head there for their authentic, quick and cheap Kerala food.

Om Sai Samosa

Om Sai Samosa, just opposite the Lakshmi Venkateshwara Plate Bonda stall, stocks up on hot, crispy samosas, along with kachori and jalebi also on the menu. Opt for their samosa chaat or kachori chaat for some variety. End the meal with hot jalebis dripping with syrup. The samosas are priced at just INR 15 per piece and the chaat for INR 25.

MDP Coffee House

The MDP Coffee House serves hot filter coffee along with snacks like vada, idli and pongal. The soft, steaming idlis and crispy vada along with the spicy chutney, and a glass of hot coffee sounds like an ideal evening snack to us. Also try their cool badam milk and rose milkshake. Opt for the coffee and idli combo, costing a mere INR 32. That’s a real steal.



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