Woody’s

November 14, 2006

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If you crave a dosa in South Bangalore, and don’t want to go to a crowded Darshini, Woodys offers a suitable alternative. Surprisingly housed in a modern looking glass and steel building, this is a family-friendly, South Indian vegetarian restaurant. The atmosphere is some significant notches above the Darshinis, but decidedly middle-class. The ground floor, which is the self-service section, is spacious, while the upper floor, which is a sit-down and eat area, is a bit claustrophobic.

The food quality varies from very good to passable – you would do better to stick to the tiffins and snacks, rather than a full meal. They serve delicious dosas – try the pessarattu, which is a dosa made out of green gram dal, the rava dosa, and South Kanara favourites including kadubu (a cone shaped idli). They also have excellent coffee and a chaat stand musters up some passable chaat.

The best time to visit Woody’s is either for breakfast or for a pre-dinner snack. A word of caution – stick to the self-service area since the service at the upper floor can be slow and frustrating. The restaurant has plenty of parking space and is open from 8:30 am until 11 pm. Woody’s is located at No. 45/1, 17th Main, II Phase, J.P. Nagar, Bangalore, ph: 26490999.

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2 Responses to “Woody’s”

  1. Jyothi Says:

    Looks like you are a restaurant hopper and so am I. What you have written about the Bangalore restaurants are very tru indeed. Great read for some one who know little about Banaglore !!


  2. Thanks Jyothi… please do stop by often 🙂


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