try the Rum Tarts.
try the Rum Tarts.
I studied in Manipal (also in Karnataka not very far from Bangalore)and I remember every time we had someone going down to Bangalore - we would definitely ask them to get lotsa Rum Tarts Having Rum Tarts from Sweet Chariot at Brigade Road.
A flavour of Malabar
In the suburb of Malleshpallyam, near the airport, there is a cluster of shops and restaurants owned and operated by expatriate Malayalees from Malabar, most of whom are of humble Moslem origins. ( unlike Moslems elsewhere, malabar moslems observe the caste system and are neither fanatic nor religious, but sweet and pleasant. difficult to imagine them blowing themselves up) I had two appams, which are thin wafer like pancakes, much reminiscent of the ethiopian ones. the vegetable stew was made with coconut milk and the curry was a mixed vegetarian one. Once again the price is too low even to mention.
25 Most Powerful Bangalorians
"From the Book Power People"
The Times of India power list (in random order):
N R Narayana Murthy, founder-chairman, Infosys;
Anil Kumble, cricketer;
Azim Premji, Wipro chairman;
Nandan Nilekani, chairman, Unique Identification Authority of India;
Justice Santosh Hegde, Lokayukta;
Girish Karnad, Jnanpith laureate;
Vijay Mallya, UB Group chairman;
B S Yeddyurappa, chief minister;
Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Biocon chairperson;
S M Krishna, foreign minister;
Capt. Gopinath, aviation entrepreneur;
H D Deve Gowda, former Prime Minister;
Parvathamma Rajkumar, head, Vajreshwari Combines;
V G Siddhartha, chairman, Coffee Cafe Day Group;
Dr Devi Shetty, founder, Narayana Hrudayalaya;
Siddaramaiah, Congress leader;
Arundhati Nag, founder, Ranga Shankara;
H D Kumaraswamy, former chief minister;
Ramesh Ramanathan, co-founder, Janaagraha;
M Veerappa Moily, Union law minister;
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, founder, Art of Living;
Prasad Bidapa, fashion maestro;
Ramachandra Guha, historian and writer;
Rahul Dravid, cricketer.