These perpendicular roads in Frazer Town have stalls and restaurants that serve the best Iftar delicacies in town. Head over to Fanoos for the exquisite beef seekh-kabab rolls and to Iftar Cafe for the delectable Malabari dishes that leave you wanting for more! One plus point is that all of them are open till 1 a.m in the night. After party hunger is sorted!
Don’t forget to visit Albert Bakery while you’re there at Fraser Town because this age-old bakery pulls out a wildcard during the Ramadan season. We are talking about their absolutely delicious and mouth-watering goat brain puffs.
Just go early as the stocks don’t last, sometimes not even for more than half an hour usually. Yep, we are not kidding!
Ever since Mosque Road barred putting up multiple stalls, Koramangala has become another go-to place for intimate Ramadan meals. The area, though crowded with multiple stalls, is heaven for foodies! Spoil your taste buds with the infinite options from Shrimp to Seekh Kebab to Phal, Patthar Ghosht, Biryani and Haleem.
One place that you simply cannot miss during Ramadan is Shivaji Nagar Street. For years, it has been serving the best traditional Iftar food in the city. Of course, being a Muslim predominant area, one could say so. But another reason can also be that they sell the best kebabs in the city. They are particularly famous for the camel meat that they serve during Ramadan! Go ahead and live dangerously!
As air filled with the sweet smell of grilled meat and charcoal, Rehmat Nagar is another go-to location for Iftar food. The stalls here at Rahmat Nagar are famous for serving finger-licking perfectly wrapped samosas and the kebabs that are grilled to perfection. The explosion of various flavours will surely leave you dazed.
To spoil your taste buds with ore Ramadan delicacies, head over to Tilak Nagar. They serve everything from chicken kebabs, tangy samosas, puddings, Paya curry to Pista Haleem. And yes, Tilak Nagar has a trump card as well. Look out for the roasted ox tongue here!
Another place for succulent kebabs and juicy seekh rolls, Johnson Market takes you to infinity and beyond with its variety of dishes. Although it serves street food throughout the year, during Ramadan it redefines being spoilt for choice. Okay, to put things in perspective: You’ll be picking between Kheema samosas, Harira, haleem, Seekh kebabs, Chauba puri, beef kebab, Qubani ka Meetha and Paya soup among others with hot tea beverages.
The wild card here is Kichda, similar to haleem but somehow the meat isn’t pasty. Beef kababs from Khazana Food Paradise are highly recommended and don’t miss out on Madeena store’s array of sodas-all colours and flavours to choose from which will be a perfect addition with your snack treats.
Situated in the affluent neighbourhood of Bannerghatta road, Masjid-e-Bilal offers an epitome of celebrations and ecstasy of food with its Ramadan Mela. The annual festival of Ramadan here will give you a variety of stalls selling samosas and Haleem. The Masjid is surrounded by Iftar treats galore where you get to try a lot of Halal cuisines. It serves everything from Pattar ka Ghosht, Kashmiri Kebab, Hyderabadi kebab, Chicken cutlets and even flavoured soda which is a must try, by the way.
During Ramadan, we see the real colour of festivities and enthusiasm at Mosque road of Frazer town. An international centre of attraction, this road has more than 50 stalls to explore and satisfy your passion for FOOD! As a food lover myself, I would suggest to not miss the amazing mutton kheema, fried eggs, Paya Bun and most importantly the Brazillian beef.