Thalis, Ragi Pizzas Or Khao Suey: Feast On Bangalore's Best Vegetarian Food

Navya posted on 28 March

Be it a festival, or a Tuesday, Thursday, or Monday, we've all got reasons to be vegetarian, even if it's actually peer pressure. And it is a fitting opportunity to explore the city’s vegetarian foodscape. Believe us, when we say that you won’t be left hankering for options. South Indian meals served on banana leaves, homely Maharashtrian thalis, and fine-dine experiences that introduce you to organic cooking – it’s all available!  Without further ado, here's a list of the best vegetarian restaurants and cafes in Bangalore where you can graze greener pastures.

Patio 805

Vegetarians looking to try Asian food without worrying about animal stock or fish sauce, this is where you need to head to. Part of our list on best vegetarian Asian restaurants, the place wins for vegetarian stir-fries, bowls, curries and hot pots along with a range of Vietnamese delicacies that includes coffee.

Casual Dining

805, Ground Floor, 35th C Cross, 9th Main, 4th Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru

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Green Theory

Surrounded by potted plants and garden ponds, you can tuck into global treats at this quaint restaurant. Pizzas, burgers, sizzlers, and sandwiches are all part of the menu. You’ll find plenty of vegan and Jain options as well. And if you're not hungry, just enjoy some salad and glitter coffee!


Cafes

15, Convent Road, Off Residency Road, Bengaluru

4.1
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Imli

An all Indian menu awaits you at this charming cafe-restaurant. Drop by in the mornings for short eats, vadas, and cheelas paired with hot cups of chai. For a full-blown lunch, you can choose from pulavs, rotis and stuffed parathas that taste incredibly good with creamy curries. Read more about it here.


Casual Dining

204, 5th Main, 7th Cross, 1st Stage, Off 100 Feet Road, Indiranagar, Bengaluru

3.9
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Little Italy

Want vegetarian, but not necessarily Indian? Wood-fired pizzas, cheese-loaded lasagnas, and their long list of desserts are a must try at this all-vegetarian Italian restaurant.

Casual Dining

2017, HAL 2nd Stage, 100 Feet Road, Indiranagar, Bengaluru

4.1
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Burma Burma

Burma Burma's vegetarian-only menu is worthy of trying for their entire menu is based on the South East Asian country's food culture. You've Samosa Soup, bowls of khao suey, and appetisers such as lotus stem fritters to dig into while you admire the Burma-inspired decor. Think finger puppets and lacquerware props. Also, the 12th Main restaurant takes their tea very seriously, and is an essential part of the cuisine here and acts as a perfect palate cleanser.

Casual Dining

607, Ground Floor, 12th Main, HAL 2nd Stage, Indiranagar, Bengaluru

NH8

As you take in the colourful, rustic setting, huge plates of Rajasthani food make their way to you. Try out traditional favourites like Dal Bati Churma, Jodhpuri Gatta, Rajasthani Bati, Rajwadi Kadhi, and Gunjiya.

Casual Dining

710, 3rd Floor, 8th Main Road, 80 Feet Road, Indiranagar, Bengaluru

3.9
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Rasovara

From the same peeps that gave us the Khandani Rajdhani thali restaurants come Rasovara, with a royal twist. Classics such as the Dhokla, Vada Pav, Chole Bhature, and Rajma Chawal are all spruced up and given a modern avatar here.

Casual Dining

UB City, Level 2, Vittal Mallaya Road, Lavelle Road, Bengaluru

4.1
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Sattvam

Food done in Sattvic style is what’s on offer here. Their a la carte lineup features star dishes such as Lucknowi Jalebi Chaat, where the crunchy sweet treat is tossed with boiled potatoes, yoghurt and chaat masalas, Amritras Ke Kofte, balls of paneer doused in a spicy green peas masala, or the Gwar Patha Panchphoran, aloe vera tossed about in freshly ground spices and comes along with crispy greens.

Casual Dining

J.M. Plaza, 35, Opp. Shell Petrol Bunk, Sadashivnagar, Bengaluru

4.4
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The Higher Taste

This place serves up some divine treats. Following the Sattvic principles of cooking, the menu here includes Indian, Continental, and Chinese contributions. Do try the Nellikai Charu, a soup made from gooseberries and the Raja Bhojanam, a dish infused with ghee and nuts – definitely fit for royalty. The Paan Ice Cream ends your meal on a high note.

Casual Dining

ISKCON Temple Complex, Hare Krishna Hill, Chord Road, Rajajinagar, Bengaluru

4.3
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Enerjuvate

From ragi pizzas and momosas (yup, momos meet samosas), this vegetarian place is an absolute delight. Be it the Koramangala or Jayanagar outlet, you can find interesting versions of familiar food here. There’s even a ragi noodle pad thai if you fancy it. Drinks comprise healthy options like carrot juice or mint and spinach mixes, but it is the kombucha which we so love.

Read more about it here and here.

Cafes

547, 32nd Cross, 9th Main, 4th Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru

4.1
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Annapoorani

This compact restaurant serves simple, South Indian vegetarian meals that pack a punch. Their weekend deluxe thalis include a selection of flavoursome curries, kootus (dishes made with vegetables and lentils), vadas, and payasam. Check out our love for the restaurant here
Casual Dining

203, Double Road, 2nd Stage, Indiranagar, Bengaluru

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