9 best South Indian restaurants in Bangalore for breakfast

Bangalore is known for its vibrant food scene, and you can find numerous South Indian restaurants offering delicious breakfast options. Here are 9 places for a hearty breakfast:

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Vasudev Adiga's

With multiple outlets across the city, Vasudev Adiga's serves a wide variety of South Indian breakfast dishes, including dosas, idlis, and piping hot filter coffee.

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The Rameshwaram Cafe

This place is known for its delectable masala dosas and vadas, served with a variety of chutneys and sambar. It's a favorite among locals.

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Malleshwaram Darshini

Located in the Malleshwaram area, this restaurant offers a range of South Indian breakfast options, including kesari bath, khara bath, and set dosa.

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Brahmin's Coffee Bar

Known for its filter coffee and traditional South Indian breakfast items like idli, vada, and kesari bath, Brahmin's Coffee Bar is a popular choice among locals.

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Upahaar Darshini

This eatery offers a variety of South Indian breakfast dishes in a no-frills, self-service style. Their idli-vada and bisi bele bath (a spicy rice dish) are highly recommended.

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CTR (Central Tiffin Room)

CTR is famous for its benne masala dosa, which is a dosa cooked with generous amounts of butter (benne). It's a delightful and indulgent breakfast option.

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Vidyarthi Bhavan

Another legendary restaurant in Bangalore, Vidyarthi Bhavan, has been serving delectable South Indian breakfasts for decades. Their masala dosa is a must-try.

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MTR (Mavalli Tiffin Room)

MTR is an iconic and historic restaurant in Bangalore known for its authentic South Indian breakfast dishes like masala dosa, idli, and vada. 

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The Filter Coffee

The Filter Coffee is known for its delectable masala dosas and vadas served with a variety of chutneys and sambar. It's a favourite among locals.

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