Enjoy the Aromas of Karnataka

At the 53rd Bengaluru Ganesh Utsava, there will be a spread of rural and traditional dishes

Published: 16th September 2015 05:44 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th September 2015 05:44 AM   |  A+A-

QUEEN'S ROAD: Popular dishes from every part of Karnataka will be served at the 11-day long,’Aromas of Karnataka’- Food Utsava.

The ‘Food Utsava’ will have four stalls. The first stall will be from Shri Guru Koteshwara Davangere Benne Dosa presenting delicacies from the region of Davangere like Girimitt, Mandakki Ograne, Paddu and Narggis along with their famous Davangere Benne Dosa and other selected dosas.

aromas.jpgStall two will be serving the food from Gramina Thindi and dishes like a  Ganesh Chaturthi special ‘Kaddubu’, Halbai and Mysore Masala Dose. They will also be serving their famous Fruit Bath.

The third stall is  dedicated to filter coffee and tea.

The fourth stall will present food from North Karnataka prepared by Sri Maralu Siddeshwara  Kanavali who will be serving dishes like Jolada Roti Yanagai Soopu Kalina Pallya Senga Podi,  Girimitt Davangere Chilli Bhajji and the Narggis Mandakki to name a few. To satisfy the sweet  tooth, there will be a selection of desserts like Yel Unnde, Rava Unnde, Gokak Kara Dantu and  Bele Holge to name a few.

Venue and time: APS College Ground, Basavanagudi from September 17  to September 27 (5 pm on wards).

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