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There used to be a time when me and my classmates used to come on this deserted road on a long drive to the dhabas, enjoy the greenary, the peace and return back.
Now I cant even compare it to what it used to be once upon a time. The road is toooooo crowded leaving no space for peace and there are darshinis and restaurants that have replaced dhabas, IT Companies and others standing tall changing the entire scene of what it used to be!
This time, it was the turn with family memebers. Dad, mom and me went straight into Sri Krishna Sagar for lunch after a tiring long drive. It took us 5 minutes to get onto our table.
This place was too crowded, many people trying to catch hold of some table soon and we had to follow the suit. Dad, as always ordered for 3 south indian thalis and it was served to us in no time.
The thali consisted of 4 pooris, 1 dry subzi, gravy, white rice, rasam, sambhar, curd, papad, pickle and a sweet.
Cost per soouth indian meal is Rs.30/- which is a great deal.Over all, the service and the food was ok but for the crowd!
One can visit once if they are on this highway and are very hungry, you could try this out.
They also serve north indian and chinese food but I'm not sure how authentic it could be.
Sri Krishna Sagar is located @ 5, Yelachenahalli, Kanakapura Main Road, Banashankari, Bangalore
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