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Kerb-side eateries of Bangalore Airport

Kempegowda International Airport (KIA), Bangalore is fast turning into a foodie's delight... 

Located on the outskirts of Bangalore, KIA seems to be an ideal pit-stop after a long drive or visit to the nearby Nandi Hills... 

I got a chance to explore the culinary scene at the Kerb-side eateries. Here's a photo tour...

I started with Maiyas for a vegetarian south Indian breakfast...

Chow chow Bhath is a two-in-one dish. One sweet (Pinapple kesari bhath) and one spicy (Khara bhath), both made of semolina...

Bisi Bele Bhath is a one pot south Indian meal. It is a mix of rice, lentils and vegetables seasoned with some Indian spices...

After the breakfast, I tried the filter coffee and Iyengar bakery biscuits at Hatti Kaapi...

Filter Coffee is a sweet milky coffee made from dark roasted coffee beans... 


The terracotta tumblers make the traditional south Indian filter coffee more magical in taste and appearance...


Kaati Zone for north Indian style wraps and rolls... 


Chai point serves a variety of hot and cold teas...


I tried the Ginger Lemon Iced tea...


I had my lunch at Café Noir, located at the extreme left side of the terminal...

Carbonara spaghetti...

Chicken Lasagna...

Penne Pasta in creamy mushroom sauce ...


Grilled beef burger...


Western grilled chicken pizza...





The most amazing RicheLieu. The rich creamy filling and fruits on top made it delicious...


Caramel Tart...

Strawberry cake...

The talented chef...

The smiles...

34 comments:

  1. Wonderful images (especially the food ones). I have never seen Spaghetti Carbonara with the egg yolk whole on top!

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  2. I love Indian food! My favourite pic is the fifth:)

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  3. Looks like a yummy day and that coffee looks fabulous!
    :-)
    Traci

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  4. Yummy-looking desserts and that ginger lemon iced tea sounds so refreshing!

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  5. YUM! The pastas look especially delicious.
    Happy SIMC

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  6. Nice selection of goodies. YUM! Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  7. Yum. You had lots of good food and friends. I love the strawberry cake.Glad to meet you on Ten Things of Thankful.

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  8. Looks like quite the gastronomic adventure... great photos!

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  9. Great shots - and mouthwatering!

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  10. I love the terracotta cup with all the frothy bubbles. A great subject for art. I also remember those cups years ago when buying "chai" on train trips in India. Thanks for being part of Mandarin Orange Monday#100

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  11. The egg yolk on top is different, I guess you just mix it in? I've never seen a terracotta cup used for coffee! I am myself, loving Indian food at the moment :)

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  12. Looks tasty! Makes me hungry and thirsty...

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  13. Nice synopsis of your day...♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/zzzzh-impression/

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  14. Every Tuesday morning I come here and end up leaving hungry LOL fab photos :-)

    Have a tanfabulous week ;-)

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  15. Now I'm not sure what to make for breakfast. Although I have to say I absolutely love the very first picture.
    Have a great day!!

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  16. Beautiful Pics as always! Any day you would be the best food journalist.

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  17. Your photos are so lovely. I could enjoy the caramel tart right now.

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  18. The Strawberry Cake looks delicious!!!

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  19. Yum! Now I'm hungry! :)
    Happy Wordless Wednesday!

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  20. Wow. I think you could find anything you want there!

    Here's my Wordless Wednesday!

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  21. Easy to please restaurant....has a wonderful menu, eh? Your photographs are wonderful.
    JM, Illinois-U.S.A.

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  22. I love the photo of Chai time, something about the angle of the shot grabs my eye!

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  23. Oh my! The food looks delicious and such a variety. I don't think there's one thing on this page that I wouldn't like to try. Thanks for sharing with Creative Style!

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  24. One way to make my mouth water is to show me Indian Food

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  25. now...everything looks yummy :)..bon appetite et happy WW :)

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  26. Wow such amazing picture (I am so jealous)! I would love for you to post something on my wordless Wednesday link up party on my blog!

    http://jennymaire.blogspot.com/

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  27. The airport is so cool looking! The pictures of the food are gorgeous, too!!

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  28. Looks like you can get it all! I was particularly drawn to the Carbonara!

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