Looking for good restaurants to make your Iftar dining dreams come true this Ramadan? Fret not fellow foodie, because we have an ironclad list of some of the best restaurants in Bengaluru handpicked just for you! So, if you find yourself craving something delicious come sunset this holy season, here are some of the finest dining venues you can visit to savor a grand Iftar feast in Bengaluru.
Known for its biryanis and vast Arabian specialties, Savoury Seashell is one of those no-frill restaurants in the cities where you are guaranteed to find a wonderful gastronomic experience, the likes of which you will remember for a long time. With a fine selection of delectable specialties on the menu, this one is a must-add to your list of the best Iftar restaurants in Bengaluru worth visiting this Ramadan. Plus their exclusive Iftar kits feature dates, fresh fruits, juices, snacks, BBQ chicken, shawarma, haleem, Biriyani, paratha, mutton gravy, Khubus, and more, to make your festive feast a reality.
Must-haves: Achari Fish Tikka, Mutton Kolhapuri, Khubus, Dum Aaloo Banarsi, Laham Kheema, Thalasserry Chicken Biryani, Matka Mutton Biryani, Lebanese Shahan Shawarma, Reyesh, Arab Seafood Platter, and Arabian Fried Crab.
Cost for two: ₹ 600
Sharief Bhai is a restaurant that serves authentic Mughlai cuisine. The ambiance is good with a pop of colorful lights. The seating is decent, and the place is hygienic. Recreating recipes from Muslim households from across India, Sharief Bhai serves traditional eats like 'Patthar Gosht', 'Murg Shami Kebab', and 'Paya Soup', and more making this place the perfect destination in Bengaluru to enjoy a hearty Iftar dining experience with your entire family.
Must-haves: Tawe Ki Soya Chaap, Gosht Biryani, Murg Alfaham Biryani, Nawabi Paneer, Anda Khurma, Murgh Nihari, Nalli Nihari, Sharief's Special Murg Platter, Patthar Gosht, Matka Phirni, and Khubani Ka Meetha.
Cost for two: ₹ 500
A hallmark of exceptional Turkish preparations in Bengaluru, Turkish Pasha lures foodies from far & wide and rightly so! With insanely delicious Turkish delights along with a plump smorgasbord of Indian as well as Arabian preparations on the menu, this is one foodie favorite destination that truly deserves a spot on your bucket list of Iftar dining places in Bengaluru.
Must-haves: Maqboosh Tikka, Chicken Adana Seekh, Persian Tikka, Tandoori Prawns, Chef's Signature Murgh Ghustu, Turkey Matka Chicken, Izmir Boti, Paneer Khurchan, Dum Biryani, Lucknowi Paratha Shawarma, and Shahi Tukda.
Cost for two: ₹ 700
A casual dining restaurant located in Koramangala. A well-lit space with simple yet elegant interiors and comfortable seating arrangements. They offer a delectable spread of multicuisine delicacies at nominal prices. From tempting appetizers to made-to-order egg-based delights, fresh salads, zingy sizzlers, and delectable fast food staples to decadent desserts, this place is guaranteed to leave you spoilt for choice. Frequented mostly by the youth of the city, this place also offers 'sheesha' experiences. Indeed one of the best budget restaurants in Bengaluru to jazz up your Ramadan feasting plans.
Must-haves: Golden Corn Pizza, Papaya Salad, Egg 65, Mushroom Omelet, Gobi Manchurian, Loaded Fries, Dragon Chicken, Garlic Noodles, Grilled Chicken, and Brownie with Ice Cream.
Cost for two: ₹ 500
If your Iftar dining agenda involves feasting on delicious biryanis come sunset then this hands-down one of the most perfect restaurants in Bengaluru you should head to. Their menu curates an array of delish preparations, from piquant Indo-Chinese to deliciously smoky Kebabs stand from delectable seafood to rich Indian stables, but the show stopper here is their range of authentic Hyderabadi biryanis that are sure to knock your socks off!
Must-haves: Special Hyderabadi Handi Biryani, Chicken 65 Biryani, Kalma Kabab, Gongoora Chicken, Vegetable Fry Dum Biryani, and Double Ka Meetha.
Cost for two: ₹ 500
Khanposh is a melting pot of food and food cultures from the erstwhile Kingdom of Awadh and is a representation of the Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb that lived in India's heartland. This exquisite venue aims to be a representation of the diverse Awadhi food cultures that found patronage across social strata, right from the elaborate meat-based Nawabi menus to the simple Dal Chawal Achaars of the common man - and everything in between.
Must-haves:Galawati Kabab, Shakarkand Ki Chaat, Keema Samosa, Chicken Qorma, Gosht Biryani, Ulte Tawe Ka Paratha, Phirni, and Gajar Halwa.
Cost for two: ₹ 1200
The Maffei, “The Fine Artisan Kitchen,” offers an array of dishes, sourcing the finest fresh produce and seasonally acquired ingredients to create an unforgettable culinary experience with its world-class international chef. The beautifully marinated olives, feta cheese, the aroma of Moroccan spices, sumac, and fresh rosemary with the tasty olive oil will take you on a food journey you will remember forever! Maffei’s cuisine takes inspiration from the warm Mediterranean lands and presents a delicious spread that features handpicked Lebanese, Moroccan and Greek preparations.
Must-haves: Minced Chicken Manakeesh, Fattoush, Baba Ghanoush, Muhammar, Spinach Fatayer, Chicken Shish Tawook, and Greek Lamb Chop with Tzatziki.
Cost for two: ₹ 1250
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