Fast Food Joint

Aahara Vihar

Malleswaram New Market, Malleswaram
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Aahara Vihar Reviews and Ratings - Malleswaram, Bengaluru

Good Enough

Rated 3.5 by Varun Srinivasa

It's a nice and cleanly darshini type of place opposite to malleshwaram flower market. the place is good average taste but quantity is too satisfactory for the money we had tried planner sandwich which was too messy and rawish kinda ,gudbud ice cream and set was good .Pocket friendly one.


Rated 2.0 by Kripal

Average darshini. We ordered staples like Pani Puri, Bhel Puri and Rava Masala Dosa. Came away feeling underwhelmed. Bhel Puri became soggy within 2-3 minutes. Too much of curry and peas masala added to it. The Puri in the Pani Puri was not crunchy either. Rava masala dosa was not cooked very well. The place has some promise with the claims of hygiene which was evident, but the food needs improvement.


Rated 3.0 by Aditya Kalkur

Kind of an average darshini! The ambience is too huge but the tables are less. The crowd is very less. Not sure when this opened up but looks new. Coming to the food, the doses were good and the mango juice was amazing! But still nothing great!


Rated 4.0 by Kanishq "food Is Not Less Than Breath"

The place has impressed me with its space and cleanliness. Just opposite to where the bus will stops at 8'th cross, this place can prominently recognized. Sambar chutneys were good but vada was not crispy there. Dosas are nicely prepared but a bit too oily. However, the place is really nice to sit in roadside open area and enjoy the breakfast. Food:3/5 Ambience:4/5 Cleanliness: 4.5/5


Rated 1.0 by PooSai

Utter disappointment! This new south indian eat out right in front of the famous malleshwarm flower market was nothing but a sheer waste in terms of quality of food. The place which is quite big and well set up is totally wasted. Wish they had thought of investing in well trained staff atleast and maintenance than on unwanted interiors which adds nothing to the place with really bad quality food. I was shocked to see a pipe being used to put water into a utensil to make some cooking preparation. Worse of all are the dirty floors in the kitchen area which though being wet is not even being bothered with. Then comes the main part.. the food ofcourse...the paper plain dosa which was burnt and the batter just not rightly fermented. The rava onion dosa which has not been cooked properly was a bad start to my Sunday morning. Hygenic conditions are primarily important to it home or outside and none can compromise on that. So until u make sure the food which is coming from is not being made in a clean kitchen with proper cooks who know to cook.. Plz don't take a chance here or anywhere else coz health is really wealth!!