A visit to Vidyarthi Bhavan

19 Responses

  1. Soumya says:

    I saw this post of yours on Insta and the conversation that lead to it. I thought it was super cute 🙂

    I’m one of the top foodies of the city and I haven’t been here yet :(. I’ll plan something soon, really soon.
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  2. MALINY says:

    Wow, look at that man balancing all the plates, ever so artfully! Loved your post about the restaurant, Parul. I would love to make a visit to the place, when I am in Bangalore. Keep the personal posts coming. I am loving them already 🙂

  3. Wow look at him balancing those plates. For some strange reason even though I have lived in Bangalore for over 30 years.. I have never visited thia place. Sigh . No longer am i part of this city now. Wish I do visit the place someday.

  4. Wonderful! I am reminded of South Indian food and the aroma of Dosa and Sambar! I wish we had something similar here too.
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  5. I am feeling hungry….how did he manage to carry so many plates…..?!!!!

  6. Dashy says:

    Typical traditional food, good taste and a reasonable price. Sounds perfect.
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  7. Ramya says:

    Fast service , great taste and authentic south indian food are sure pls points.

  8. rohil chopra says:

    the place is epic and i am in complete agreement with every point you have made… very accurate blogging i must say

  9. Looks yum! One of these days I am gonna visit India for sure!

  1. November 29, 2016

    […] is well-known for flowers, fresh fruits, and vegetables. As we walked along the main road to spot Vidyarthi Bhavan, I was mesmerized by the hustle bustle of the area. The shopkeepers selling their stuff and […]

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