Fast Food Joint

Sri Vasavi Mane Thindi

VV Puram

Phone no. - +91 9611119232


Cost for two - 150


South Indian

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Sri Vasavi Mane Thindi Reviews and Ratings - VV Puram, Bengaluru


Rated 3.0 by Preethi

it's located at Food street Vv purum .it has seating arrangements.All street food is served inside hotel with services.Noodles and padu are good


Rated 4.0 by Vinay Gowda

When you are on the food street at VV puram, this is the most sought after place and you can see most of the crowd.. The dosas and idlis are best here with a great combo of chutneys.. It is great fun eating with friends in open amidst the bustling crowd..

Good Enough

Rated 3.5 by Hari Katra

located in the left side of food street, we cant miss this large shop. we tried akki roti here this weekend. it was served only with some gravy, disappointed that it is not served with chutney too as shown in other reviews and as seen in other shops down the road. liked the food though. tasted lipsmacking.

Loved it!

Rated 4.5 by Deepthi Varier

I have been to food street plenty of times n this is one place i can't give a miss.. They have a variety of bangalore style street foods at economical prices.. Akki roti, dose, bhaath.. During the famous avare mela they serve dishes of avarekalu that are really unique.. Avarebele Gulab jamun, biryani n holige top the quirky chart along with the regular avare uppittu, dose, saaru, vada, kodubele etc.. They even have a seating area for those wanting to avoid standing n eating.. A must visit!


Rated 4.0 by J Arun Prakash

My first time to VV Puram Food Street, & first time trying out in Sri Vasavi Vasista Mane Thindi. I timed my visit perfectly during the Avarebele Mela, as the plethora of options you get during the Mela is plenty. The ongoing Avarebele Beans festival ends today,15th Jan 2018. It is an event that you do not want to miss. There is a huge variety of dishes to try and you will be amazed by how each one of these is overloaded with Averebele. For starters, try the Avarebele Pani Puri, the channa is replaced by Avarebele making it taste unique and refreshing, Next comes the Avarebele dosa, which for me was more like an Onion Uttappam well, onions replaced with Avarebele. The taste was rich and slightly nutty, thanks to the beautifully roasted Avarebele. The added bonus comes from the saagu type avarebele sambar (I guess) that’s served alongside. The perfect accompaniment to dip your nicely roasted crispy avarebele Dosa, a must try. For dessert among the various options in the Avarebele dessert counter, is the avarebele jalebi. Yeah, how crazy is it. It’s probably mixed with avarebele purée, to get its unique green colour, but no grainy bits though. For me it was not very impressive since I could not taste any bean, still lovely jalebi though. It’s been going on for the last 11 years, so I overheard. Today it’s the last day, it’s very crowded, but don’t miss it for the world.

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