Fine dining at the best North Indian restaurants in Bangalore
Born in the agricultural flatlands of Punjab and Uttar Pradesh, North Indian cuisine, not surprisingly, makes heavy use of dairy products like ghee and butter. Whether veg or non-veg, the dishes are nutritionally rich and satisfying and perfectly suited to the hardworking agrarian communities of the region – although they’re also enjoyed by food lovers across India.
There are dozens of restaurants in Bangalore dishing out North Indian fare, but only about a dozen or so that may be described in superlatives. So if you wish to experience what the best North Indian restaurants in Bangalore have to offer, take a look at these recommendations before you venture out on a food safari or decide to order North Indian cuisine for a feast at home.
These North Indian restaurants are top of the pops!
Here’s a brief look at some of the best North Indian restaurants in Bangalore. Some have the space to accommodate large groups, while others are better for ordering take-out. You decide.
- Just Fresh Point: located at Electronic City, this no-nonsense eatery offers quick bites that are easy on the pocket.
- Punjabi Dawat: this multicuisine restaurant at Marathahalli, serves Chinese and North Indian food. Though new, it’s already making an impact in the neighbourhood.
- New Punjabi Food Corner: a great place for dine-outs, this eatery at Electronic City serves a wide range of veg and non-veg dishes, as well as three types of rolls.
- Hyderabadi Bawarchi: operating at outlets at Sahakara Nagar and New BEL Road, this relatively new restaurant offers generous portions at affordable prices. If you want to order North Indian food for home delivery in Bangalore, HB will deliver on demand.
- Sri Sai Veg Restaurant: a pure-veg outlet for hardcore vegetarians, it features many popular Punjabi dishes and a wide range of rotis and parathas.
- Swad Family Restaurant: as the name suggests, this place is equipped to dish out khana for the entire khandaan! Located at Phase 1, Electronic City.
- Lucknowi Rasoi: based in Koramangala, this joint offers belly-filling thalis, eminently chewable rolls, dozens of tandoori preparations… and Chinese too!
- Mango Tree: this JP Nagar eatery is spacious and relaxed, just perfect for group celebrations and buffets.
How to order North Indian food for home delivery in Bangalore
While dining out is a great way to discover new restaurants and cuisines, there are quite a few reasons for ordering food to be delivered to your home:
- You’re too tired to cook
- An unexpected visitor has dropped in at meal time
- You need to organise a multicuisine birthday bash at home
- You wish to fool your mother-in-law into thinking you’re a fabulous cook
- No time to do the bazaar
- You’ve invited someone special over, but don’t trust your culinary skills
- You’ve returned too late from the office
To order North Indian food for home delivery in Bangalore, log on to foodpanda.in and use the search panel to get a list of all the North Indian restaurants in your neighbourhood.
After that, it’s simple. Just go to the online menu of the restaurant of your choice and fill your shopping basket by choosing dishes from it. Then pay with credit card at check-out (or opt for cash on delivery) and wait for foodpanda to get your order processed and sent to your address.
If you’re travelling or don’t have access to a computer, you could use the foodpanda smartphone app to place an order. It’s your key to the best food in town – any town – so make sure it’s on your mobile.