Mysore Food Tour | Part - 2/2 I Karnataka Food Tour I India Food Tour

To understand the local food culture of the city, it is always better to explore the local market. In Mysore, we visited the Devaraja market. Built by Chamraja Wodeyar, it is believed to be the first planned market of India. There is a separate area designated for every vegetable, fruits, spices, flowers, incense sticks, and betel leaves.

Karnataka is known for its filter coffee. We briefly stopped at a shop to understand the different mix of coffee one can have in mysore.

Next, we went on to try the famous green dosa and filter coffee at GTR - Gayathri Tiffin Room.

For the evening snacks, Keerthana introduced us to a sweet delight known as Dil khush - a puffed pastry stuffed with loads of sugar and everything sweet.

Mysore is synonymous with Mysore Dosa - a crispy dosa topped with a spicy red chutney and stuffed with the delicious aloo masala.

The last stop of the day was the food street at Lalit mahal palace road. Here we tried the pizza dosa- a thin and crisp dosa topped with what not- cheese, corns, capsicum, onion, paneer,and spices.
It was a great day of food explorations in Mysore trying the authentic Mysore Masala Dosa and the street fusion Pizza dosa. For me, the highlight of Mysore food journey was the visit to Devraja market.

Hosted by Mysuru Foodie - @mysurufoodie

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About the host - Anubhav Sapra :

Anubhav Sapra is an avid foodie! He is a Founder but proudly calls himself a Foodie-in-chief at Delhi Food Walks. He is also a street-food and Indian regional cuisine connoisseur and loves to write about street-food.

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