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An excellent place to eat North Karnataka food. The special thali costs around Rs 250 (including GST). You get unlimited no of jolada rotti, ennegayi, raita, 2 other variety of pallya, 1 sweet, rice, rasam, sambhar, curds, buttermilk, ice cream and paan. (Hope I have...More
Kamath is as usual stand for it's name. Excellent Service. Excellent Food. Superb hospitality. We being a Gujarati very happy with their devotional approach. Me and my wife are very happy to have their services.
This hotel is one of the worst hotel in terms of maintaining the room and service. Rooms are horrible. Don't pay any advance to this hotel during your reservation. Better avoid this hotel. It is located near Murudeeswar Temple.
After a gap of 1 year plus we visited this place for Jolada Rotti lunch. The entire property looks very shabby now. No maintenance. The food is horrible . The hospitality of the staff is very very poor. The treat the customers as beggars sitting...More
This hotel serves best north Karnataka meal. Hot jower roti meal served on plantain leaf , very traditional and tasty side dishes, good mirchi bajji, rasam and sambar. Meal is very delicious and tasty . served on second floor restaurant.
US$24 - US$28 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The central transport hub of the city, which is home to Kempegowda Bus Station, popularly known as Majestic is the busiest part of Bengaluru. Flooded with budget hotels and narrow lanes leading to local markets selling used books, electronics, antique artifacts, fabrics to clothes, it is a cluster of
Bangalore’s oldest shopping areas. Chickpet is a paradise for those seeking innovation and creativity in shopping. Historically known for supplying fine silk sarees to the royalty, this place houses a number of shops dealing in silk sarees, textiles, gold and silver. Haggling is a mandatory skill for this market and an entire wardrobe can be bought for Rs. 500 if you are really in the mood. Take a break at popular old local restaurants serving North Karnataka speciality meals like at Kamath Yatri Niwas.