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This was my 2nd time to Maiyas. The 1st being outside Bangalore on a highway. If you are from South India, the food will remind you of that prepared at home.
It tasted good, but not exactly exceptional to my taste buds at least. If...More
Was wondering how can the world famous masala dosa is without red chutney inside and sambar??? When I asked the staff, he says it is special masala dosa...:P..(But my request was for regular masala dosa ) Dosa was not at all thin...was disappointed
Maiyyas offers typical Karnataka dishes. The founder of the famed MTR brand that was sold to a Dutch multinational and later they started their new brand 'Maiyyas'.
I tried Samosa for Rs 20 4 mini samosas with a slightly different chutney, but good tasting and...More
Maiyyas offers typical Karnataka dishes. The taste is very authentic and is made fresh and served quick too.
Pricing is on the higher side however quality and taste are not compromised.
Their akki roti, rava idly and bisi bele bath are delicacies.
Good ambience and...More
I think Bangalore is compromising a lot in the quality and taste for the food they take. This is one of the restaurant which is actually defaming the traditional taste of the food. Maiyas were disappointing in serving the traditional taste of the south Indian...More
Maiya's is a name associated with good south Indian meals. Maiya's which is right outside the airport was my 1st stop for a meal during my 1st visit to Bangalore. I ordered an onion dosa and it was yummy. The meal is also a good...More
Dosa here was not even half as good as what we get right here at our doorsteps in Warrington. Too thick and lacking taste. Service was a bit poor and the waiter was borderline rude.
Coffee was also not up to the mark. Overall not...More
One of the greenest neighbourhoods in the city with a fresh fragrant atmosphere, Malleswaram is a centuries-old residential area, known for its rich local history and ancient temples. Full of old-world charm, the leafy streets are well suited to nature lovers with its walkable sidewalks while the commercial lanes are most popular for shopping and
eating in the purest ‘South Indian’ way. Home to a cluster of attractions for art and theatre fans, visitors must walk along Sampige Road – a popular hub for saree shopping in the city, while Margosa Road is full of rustic eateries serving the best South Indian snacks in the city including Benne Dosa at CTR (Shri Sagar). A visit to Sankey Tank is perfect for morning and evening strolls, while as you drive down further, the lanes of Sadashivnagar – an upmarket neighbourhood created out of the former royal gardens of the Bangalore Palace.