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5 Breakfast Ride Getaways from Bangalore – 3rd Edition

There is no joy better than discovering new food places on a motorcycle and with the deteriorating quality of breakfast served at regular chains such as Kamats, A2Bs etc these traditional/family-run breakfast joints uphold the promise of authentic and delicious South-Indian breakfast.

Presenting the third edition of 5 breakfast ride getaways from Bangalore:

1) Idly Mane, Harohalli

Run by a husband and wife, Idly Mane serves ‘soft-as-butterthatte idlis along with chutney and sagu (potato-based curry)

Thatte Idli at Idli Mane Harohalli, Kanakpura Road NH209
Thatte Idli at Idli Mane Harohalli

2) Subbanna Mess, Melkote

This is ‘a typical brahmin mess’ serving all 3 meals (breakfast, lunch & dinner) throughout the year and one has to remove footwear before delving into food (symbolic of hygiene and respect to food)

  • Must try – Sakkare Pongal + Puliogare + thatte idly
  • Timings – 6 am to 12 pm (only breakfast) – they are open till 11 pm , Open all days
  • Distance from Bangalore – 130 kms
  • Location – Subbanna Mess, Melkote, Karnataka
Puliogare and Sakkare Pongal at Subbanna Mess Melkote
Puliogare and Sakkare Pongal at Subbanna Mess Melkote

PS: One has to remove footwear to eat the food in the dining section (They also have a separate verandah where one doesn’t need to remove their footwear to eat)

3) Shri Janardhan Hotel, Ramanagara, Mysore Road

This place is for the sweet-tooth foodie – breakfast + mysore pak or badam halwa + filter coffee is the recommended course of action :p

Masala Dosa at Hotel Shri Janardhan or Mysore Pak Hotel at Ramanagara Karnataka
Masala Dosa at Mysore Pak Hotel, Ramanagara

4) Shree Veerabhadreshwara Bhavana, Halagur

Discovery of this place is dedicated to a dear friend Praveen. This is your typical hanchina-mane (tiled house) serving breakfast in Halagur, a bustling town on NH209 before Malavalli.

  • Must try – Masala dosa + pakodas (their norm is 2 masala dosas in a single plate : D)
  • Timings – 6 am to 11 am and 3:30 pm to 7 pm, Open all days
  • Distance from Bangalore – 90 kms
  • Location – Shree Veerabhadreshwara Bhavana Halagur, Kanakpura road, NH209
Masala Dosa + Pakoda at Shree Veerabhadreshwara Bhavana, Halagur,NH 209
Masala Dosa + Pakoda at Shree Veerabhadreshwara Bhavana, Halagur

5) Harsha Café, Mandya

One of the most popular breakfast places in Mandya, Harsha Café serves delicious south Indian breakfast and snacks throughout the day.

  • Must try – Set dosa + coffee
  • Timings – 7:30 am to 8:30 pm
  • Closed on Friday
  • Distance from Bangalore – 100 kms
  • Location, Harsha Cafe VV Road, Mandya
Set Dosa at Harsha Cafe, VV Road Mandya
Set Dosa at Harsha Cafe Mandya

All the above places don’t accept cards (cash only) and do not have dedicated parking for motorcycles.

Don’t forget to check out the First and Second edition of breakfast ride getaways from Bangalore!!

8 responses to “5 Breakfast Ride Getaways from Bangalore – 3rd Edition”

  1. Betty Stumped Avatar
    Betty Stumped

    Thank you so much for sharing the beautiful meals . Wish I was there to taste it in person thanks for sharing loved it

    Sent from my iPhone


    1. Ajay Ananth Avatar

      Thanks Janie 🙂

  2. Phaneesh Avatar

    @Ajay, Thanks for sharing the details. You have made me occupy my next 5 sunday’s first shift. 😉

    1. Ajay Ananth Avatar

      Thanks Phaneesh 🙂 lets ride soon 🙂

      1. Phaneesh Avatar

        Sure buddy…am ready anytime.:-)

  3. […] For more unique breakfast ride getaways, browse Set 1, Set 2 and Set 3 […]

  4. Ajit Vishwanath Avatar
    Ajit Vishwanath

    Hi, I’ve a list of getaways from mysore if you’re interested to publish it.

    And, it’ll help if you can include the Google maps location.


    1. Ajay Ananth Avatar

      Hi Ajit – that would be awesome 🙂 if you can share them over email, I will visit them, take pictures and tag their locations on Google.

      You can reach me on
      Have a good day 🙂

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