(Important Update: The Koramangala Food Street has run into some issues with the Municipal Corporation because of which the vendors are not allowed to set up their stalls on this road for the last couple of months. There is hope that the issues will get resolved and the vendors will flock back to make this area a vibrant Street Food fair again.)
Koramangala is replete with food joints – from the prim-n-propah fine dine destinations to popular restaurants to small cafés to street-side eateries. Search and chances are you might find each of the above for many Indian cuisines – North-Indian, Bengali, Oriya, Tamilian, Kannadiga, Malayali, Andhra, Rajasthani. It is a foodies paradise but I was quite surprised to find a fairly organized food street that springs up around 5PM every evening, on the main Ganapati Temple road – the road that is perpendicular to Forum Mall. This food street offers an interesting mix of street food – Pao bhaji vans from Mumbai, momo stalls, a Chinese food cart, pani puri stands, 99 variety dosa vans, a Mumbai sandwich stall, a vada pao counter and a sweets cart. It makes for a satisfying food experience and if there’s still more you crave, the 60 ft road Koramangala, which is pretty much lined with eateries all along, is a very short walk away. Almost everything on the street is worth a try (so make sure you go with a group of people – the more the merrier because that would mean you can sample a little of the many eats on offer). Here is a list of the do-not-miss stalls.