Nasi and Mee, Koramangala 4th Block

Classy little place for authentic South East Asian cuisine, can get crowded during weekends and peak hours with some waiting time. Must try: Soup dumplings, Honey Chilli Lotus stems, Thai curry (red and green, both), Char Kway Teow and the Mimosa. Slightly limited options for vegetarians, but whatever is there is great. Bit pricey, INR 1500 for two (1 starter, 1 main course, 2 drinks)

The Mylapore Cafe, Koramangala 1st Block

TLDR – Small place, with pretty decent to good Tamil Nadu style South Indian food. Prices are extremely economical and unreasonably reasonable by Bangalore standards. Could do with some improved cleanliness, and service. 

What are the odds of a person, who has lived in Mylapore for 8 years, and then moved to Bangalore, to discover 5 years later, that there is a place called Mylapore Cafe and they serve good sambar? Like the one back home? I thought it was very unlikely, and when the food turned out to be pretty decent to good, I was very happy.

Nandhana Palace, Kamanahalli

Maybe the non-vegetarian is good, maybe their other items are better, but I wouldn’t be returning if I wanted to have a vegetarian Andhra meal.

A Hole Lotta Lova Cafe, Koramangala 5th Block

Budget friendly, cozy place for breakfast. Casual, relaxed atmosphere. Good breakfast options available for both vegetarians and non vegetarians, limited options on hot beverages. Try the waffles and the burgers (without mayonnaise)

The Flying Squirrel, Koramangala 5th Block, Cafe

Nicely sitting among a cluster of restaurants, with proper coffee-house atmosphere. Serving fresh coffee, food is decent, could do lot better. Good choice for coffee and talk with friends. 

Bhojanam, Electronic City

Known more for non vegetarian Andhra food, has a decent vegetarian platter, soothing ambience and despite some distractions, good service.