India is rich and diverse, not just in its culture but also in food. The nation has a unique style of taste and variety. Whether it\u2019s the streets of Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Pune, Hyderabad, or Bangalore, the street food is lip-smacking. This one is for all foodies out there who have a never-ending Food Bucket List filled with eateries they want to try it. Salivating while passing by a\u00a0golgappa\u00a0stall, drool over a Chinese counter across the street, and glaring at cafes.\u00a0\r\n\r\nIf you\u2019re a foodie, Bangalore street food should be on your Bucket List. With fresh masala dosas available at any point of the day, boiling filter coffee, and spicy chicken biryani. We have compiled a list of best street food in Bangalore that you can easily try at any time of the day.\u00a0\r\nBest Street Food in Bangalore During Daytime\r\nBelow are some of the most popular street food items that you will be able to get at most of the streets in Bangalore. The city serves the best of the street food that can settle your hunger instantly. We have exclusively added local dishes. Of course, popular food items like Chaats and Momos are a part of Street Food menus across India, but here we have pushed the local dishes that offer the intrinsic culinary taste of the state.\r\nDal Obbattu\r\n\r\n\r\nDal\u00a0Obbattu or Holige is a sweet chapati made from jaggery and toor dal. A famous dish made during South Indian festivals. Usually paired with hot milk and spoonfuls of ghee, this delicacy is assuredly going to satisfy those with a sweet tooth. Pricing starts at INR 25 per plate.\u00a0\r\n\r\nRecommended Locations\/Food Outlets in Bangalore:\u00a0\u2018Holige Mane\u2019 in Malleshwaram.\u00a0\u00a0\r\nIdli, Vada, and Dosa\r\n\r\n\r\nEverybody from outside South India often assumes that South Indians eat Idli, Vada, and Dosa thrice a day, every day! While this is not true, South Indians do love their Soft idlis, Crispy vadas, and varieties of Dosas paired with a cup of hot filter coffee for breakfast.\u00a0\u00a0Pricing starts at INR 25 per plate.\u00a0\r\n\r\nRecommended Locations\/Food Outlets in Bangalore: Central Tiffin Room in Malleshwaram, Brahmin\u2019s Coffee Bar, Basavanagudi and numerous roadside stalls on Thindi Beedi at VV Puram\u00a0\u00a0\r\nKebabs and Rolls\r\nBoth vegetarian and non-vegetarian varieties of crunchy, crispy, buttery kebabs and rolls are available in Bangalore. Juicy and tender chicken and mutton rolls, and grilled tikkas and kebabs taste nothing less than heavenly.\u00a0Varied pricing across outlets. Pricing starts at INR 50 for veg rolls.\u00a0\r\n\r\nRecommended Locations\/Food Outlets in Bangalore:\u00a0Siddique Kabab Centre, Shahi Kabab (Frazer Town)\r\nMangalore Buns\r\n\r\n\r\nThis dish originates from Udupi and is a sweet tender and fluffy puri prepared from bananas. Combine it with some coconut chutney, and it will be one unique breakfast item for you. They\u2019re available at all restaurants that offer quick bites and are usually priced at INR 25.\u00a0\r\n\r\nRecommended Locations\/Food Outlets in Bangalore:\u00a0Mythri Restaurant, Udupi Guru Vihar\r\nBest Street Food in Bangalore For Midnight Cravings\r\n\r\n\r\nThe tempting aromas from Mosque Road, Shivajinagar, Tilak Nagar, and Johnson Market, in the Richmond Town area, beckon non-veg lovers from across Bangalore. Stalls along the footpaths offer Biryanis, Seekh kebabs, and Haleem. Pair a kebab or other meaty dish with a Sulaimani tea \u2013 a delicious spiced tea without the milk. You can also find other snacks such as Shawarmas at pocket-friendly prices. However, keep in mind that most street carts open only in the evening.\u00a0\r\n\r\nRecommended Locations\/Food Outlets in Bangalore: Hotel Fanoos at Mosque road, Royal restaurant at Shivaji Nagar, Papa Chinese Food at Thilak Nagar, Fanoos at Johnson Market.\r\n\r\nBiryani Knights, BTM Layout\r\n\r\nDrive to South Bangalore to relish the hot Biryani in the cool weather. A newly found paradise\u00a0Biryani Knights\u00a0in BTM Layout that serves yummy Biriyani\u2019s (Veg\/Egg\/Chicken). It is not just limited to Biriyani\u2019s, and their menu has mouthwatering Kebabs, Chili Chicken, Chicken 65, Neer Dosa, Chicken Sukka, and Cold drinks.\u00a0Opens Friday to Sunday between 9 PM to 4 AM\u00a0\r\n\r\nLSD Cafe in Banashankari\u00a0\r\n\r\nLSD Cafe at 100 Feet Road, 3rd stage, Banashankari is one of the best late-night restaurants in Bangalore. Sometimes, you may have to pre-order, but their Dal Khichdi, Veg Noodles, and Ras Malai are a must-try.\u00a0It is open from 7 PM to 5 AM.\r\n\r\nMurgeshpalaya Signal\u00a0\r\n\r\nSometimes, even a small van and a cart will impress you with their mind-blowing food. If you wish to have Bread Omelet, Fried rice, and Tea, then this is the place. Murgeshpalaya Signal houses several food vans to quench your midnight hunger.\u00a0Opens between 10 PM to 4 AM.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nVV Puram Food Street\u00a0\r\n\r\nVV Puram Street is open for you until 1 AM every day. From Idli, Dosa, Paddu, Gobi, Vada Pav, to Chitranna, and other delicacies, VV Puram has no match. Opens from 6 PM to 1 AM.\u00a0\r\n\r\nAniram\u2019s Notty Cook, Indiranagar\u00a0\r\n\r\nAniram\u2019s Notty Cook is situated near Raghavendra Swami Mutt, 5th Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore. Known for their scrumptious food, it serves Hyderabadi Chicken Biriyani, Butter Chicken, Jeera Rice, and Paneer Manchurian. Opens from 8 PM to 4 AM.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nTin Factory Bridge\u00a0\r\n\r\nAnother must-visit is the Tin Factory Bridge. You will find Bhandi\u2019s serving Chitranna, Kushka, Omelet, Chapathi, and Tea. Opens from 8 PM to 1 AM. \u00a0\r\n\r\nGet ready to pound some pavement and eat some delicious food when in Bangalore. The city is the home to some of the most delicious food that cannot be missed when you are ticking food items off your bucket list.