Bajji Centers

Lokesh had mentioned in his Beautiful Weather post that “weather with drizzle & breeze are perfect for pakodas & chai”.
Well, with people having little patience now-a-days to go home and prepare bajji-bondas-pokodas in a rainy day, Bajji centers are fulfilling the need of the crispy bajjis, bondas. A stop in the evening rain results in a bee line in front of the Bajji corners around the city.


Bajji centres prepare Aloo bondas, banana bajjis, Hot mirchis, masala vadas, goli bajjis and Bangalore’s very own Capsicum bajjis.

So what is this capsicum bajji ? Many migrant Bangaloreans would be curious.
Capsicum bajjis are made by putting batter coated Capsicum into hot oil and then served by cutting and stuffing it with mixture of Onions and Carrot and the spicy Coriander Chutney !! mouth watering isn’t it ? the resultant bajji is a real treat to the taste buds. I don’t have much info that where this food item originated. A shop in Food Street, VV Puram is preparing it for last 15 years. If anyone has more info please share.


Though many people do make voices against the street food, the combination of hot readily available bajjis and the rains simply are irresistible to experience.

There are many Bajji Centers in Bangalore. Which one is your favorite?
My favorite is Sri Vinayaka Bajji Corner in Hanumanthagar (4th Cross, 5th Main).

2 Comments so far

  1. Rajesh (unregistered) on June 25th, 2007 @ 9:42 am

    Yum Yum!

  2. Swetha (unregistered) on July 5th, 2007 @ 8:40 pm

    My favourite Bajji center is Annapurna Bajji center in Jayanagar 9th Block :)

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