They make good mornings better.
This story first appeared in Conde Nast Traveller on August 3, 2016.
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Bengaluru takes its first meal of the day very seriously. For a city traditionally known for its darshinis—small, stand-up eateries—the foodscape has changed radically over the past few years to accommodate the ever-changing mix of the populace. But in a place where breakfast is easy to find, where do you find a great breakfast? That’s where this list comes in:
Muffets and Tuffets, Koramangala
The menu has continental and British fare and includes a mean breakfast platter. With a large waffle with maple syrup, sausages, perfectly-fried hash browns, a grilled tomato, slices of brown bread, eggs made your way and a bowl of baked beans, this is a meal you’d work through slowly.
Recommended: The breakfast platters.
Raghavendra Stores, Malleswaram railway station
Recommended: Idli vada and shevige bhath
Airlines Hotel, Off Lavelle Road
Recommended: Akki roti, rava idli, filter coffee
South Indies, Indira Nagar
Suryawanshi, Indira Nagar
Recommended: Sabudana vada, misal pav
Kota Kachori, Koramangala
Recommended: Aloo-pyaaz kachori, poha
Ants, Indira Nagar
Recommended: Cutlets, eggs with toast, sandwiches
My Way Little Dinette, Ulsoor
Recommended: Eggs on vegetables or meat
Kaayal, Jeevan Bima Nagar
Standout dish: Appam and puttu, served with kadala curry or stew