by Ajay Ananth
Posted on 6th July, 2016
There is no joy better than discovering new food places on a motorcycle and with the deteriorating quality of breakfast served at regular chains such as Kamats, A2Bs etc. These traditional/family-run breakfast joints uphold the promise of authentic and delicious South-Indian breakfast.
Run by a husband and wife, Idly Mane serves ‘soft-as-butter‘ thatte idlis along with chutney and sagu (potato-based curry)
This is ‘a typical brahmin mess’ serving all 3 meals (breakfast, lunch & dinner) throughout the year and one has to remove footwear before delving into food (symbolic of hygiene and respect to food).
This place is for the sweet-tooth foodie – breakfast + mysore pak or badam halwa + filter coffee is the recommended course of action :p
Discovery of this place is dedicated to a dear friend Praveen. This is your typical hanchina-mane (tiled house) serving breakfast in Halagur, a bustling town on NH209 before Malavalli.
One of the most popular breakfast places in Mandya, Harsha Café serves delicious south Indian breakfast and snacks throughout the day.
All the above places don’t accept cards (cash only) and do not have dedicated parking for motorcycles.
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I am a true blue Bangalorean – Food, Motorcycles and Travel are my essentials, cant think of a life without them. ‘Food‘ intrigues me, I regard it as an ‘Experience‘ and taking food pictures gives me immense pleasure. I can also be followed here.
Breakfast RoadTrip, Bangalore, Mandya, Idly Mane, Harohalli, Subbanna Mess, Melkote, Shri Janardhan Hotel, Ramanagara, Shree Veerabhadreshwara Bhavana, Halagur, Harsha Cafe