There are a dozen restaurants on the Bangalore-Mysore highway that pulls the crowd. The Kadamba Veg Restaurant is one of them. When you drive from Bengaluru, you will spot this restaurant on the left and not far away from the city outskirts.
Who would not like to enjoy a meal in a good restaurant? Especially when they travel with their family and friends?
I would like to prefer a big restaurant where we do not get to wait for the table. I would love to go to a restaurant that serves quality food at the best price. I will appreciate a restaurant that has more options on its menu.
The Kadamba Veg at Mysore road has it all.
It was a Friday morning. I wanted to cross Bengaluru city before the traffic piles up. I decided to have my breakfast at the first best restaurant I spot.
The best thing about the Kadamba Veg Restaurant at Bangalore-Mysore road is that it has dedicated parking. As you drive in, the security will guide you for hassle-free parking.
When you walk into the restaurant, you will appreciate many things about Kadamba Mysore Road. There are beautiful brass statues near the entrance that are pleasant to see.
The dining hall is too big with wooden tables and chairs. The ambiance is pretty decent and perfect for casual dining with family and friends.
We ordered Masala Dosa, Special Bisibele Bath, and Vada Sambar.
You should try the Masala Dosa here. It was crispy, soft, and tasty. The Masala Dosa is the favorite dish for many in this part of the world. There are a handful of restaurants in Bengaluru that specializes in Masala Dosa. Here’s the list for you to explore.
I love Bisibele Bath a lot. It is my favorite dish too. I prefer to eat this vegetable-filled aromatic dish in select restaurants only. I would suggest the Kadamba Veg Restaurant at Mysore Road if you are craving for Bisibele Bath.
The Vada Sambar was good. I would say it was above average.
The Kadamba Veg Restaurant at Mysore Road has an extensive list of dishes listed on their menu card. If you are a fan of South Indian, North Indian, or Chinese cuisine, they have it all. It’s a vegetarian restaurant!
The restaurant is open all day. You have the option to check-in for breakfast, lunch, snacks, and dinner.
I noticed that the waiter takes the order and updates it in her tab. The food is made ready in the kitchen instantly. They save a lot of time by using technology. Not every restaurant in Bengaluru follows this system.
When you drive from Bangalore to Mysore, you will come across several restaurants. Sometimes it becomes hard to decide on a restaurant. All you have to do is visit once and experience yourself. If not, get a hint from my blog post.
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