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Eat Repeat

Basavanagudi
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Eat Repeat Reviews and Ratings - Basavanagudi, Bengaluru

Great!

Rated 4.0 by Spoorthy Mysore (spoorthy.mysorekrishna@gmail.com)

This is a very small place but very homely food. Pricing is ver affordable. Love their puliyogare sakkre pongal chapathi tomato gojju. Their kadamba is also good. Butter milk is so affordable. Nice place for authentic brshmin cusine.


Great!

Rated 4.0 by Suraksha

A very unique Iyengar Brahmin cuisine outlet which is pocket friendly. It is very close to Mahila Mandali School and also walkable from Katte Balaga. Ambience - It is a very small eatery which is self service. All the walls are painted which are very colorful with catchy illustrations which a Bangalorean can relate to! There is no dedicated seating area, there is a Katte below coconut tree on which we can sit. Since it is a small place it gets crowded easily so be there early for lunch to get a wide variety of food. Service - Every member of the staff is very courteous. They have a limited amount of dish already prepared so once you order they serve the food. Once a dish gets over they don't prepare it again, the dish gets closed for the day. We ordered for 2 plates of Pulyogare but they said that only one plate is left but after sometime they gave us another plate which had half the portion of Pulyogere saying that they did not have a full second plate and they did not even charge anything for it. Food - We had Pulyogare, Kadamba , Mango Rice. All the rice Items are either Rs.20 or Rs.25. Pulyogare and Mango Rice was served along with Majjige (Buttermilk) and Kadamba was served with Khara Boondi. All the dishes were good but Kadamba was my favorite, I ended up having another plate. Kadamba is very similar to Bisibele Bath but it has few pulses in it along with vergetables and is slightly sour. The quantity of the dishes is less apropriate for the price but 1 plate will definitely not fill you. Some items on their changes every day. I will definitely visit again to try some other dish. If there is Kadamba on the day you are here then grab that first, you are not going to find that dish in any other place!


Insane!

Rated 5.0 by Shilpa Gowda

Authentic brahmin eat outlet. Simple dishes with great homemade taste with affordable price. Bisibele bath and Sweet pongal are mouthwatering. once you visit, you will for sure repeat


Insane!

Rated 5.0 by Kiran Sharman

Authentic Iyengar place. Best pongal and puliyogare. All cuisines are truly expectional😋 Prices are very nominal. A must visit place for foodies!!


Insane!

Rated 5.0 by Samarth Madhusudan Rao

TIMINGS: 11 am- 3pm Closed on Sundays What a find! This was a delightful surprise.  Located in the heart of Basavanagudi is this 'small-in-size-yet-big-at-heart' eatery that will leave every food lover happy. Mind you! This is no usual Darshini or fancy restaurant that you generally find everywhere, but is a mini eatery with funky decor that oozes with the Old Bengaluru feel.  Priced very nominally and aptly for the quantity served, the excellent taste of certain dishes left me asking for more servings, thus justifying the place's name - Eat repEat. Their menu is designed as per the Iyengari Brahmin cuisine and lives up to the reputation the cuisine continues to have among other South Indian cuisines. All the dishes are priced between Rs 20-25/- and makes for a light lunch. The place is designed well with Jagali kattes (Stone benches) for one to sit and savour the food in typical South Bengaluru style. The place is hygienic and is in a residential area. The staff is extremely courteous.  They have water stored in maDikes (Mud pots) adding to the feel of the place. Go for it with your friends and families to savour these dishes. Must Try: Kadamba (Iyengari version of Bisibelebath), Puliyogare (Melkote style) and the unmissable, Sakkare Pongal (5 stars just for this dish). Puliyogare and Sakkare Pongal are constants, the rest of the items keep changing everyday. P.S: They also sell various condiment items such as happaLa, sanDige, chatnipuDi, uppinkayi among others. Haven't tried them yet, but will do so the next time I visit with my family.