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Food Delivery in Train at Bangalore City Jn.
Bangalore- The Garden City of India
Bangalore City –It is known as the IT hub of India. It is officially known as Bengaluru and is the capital city of Karnataka. Its a mega city where people of IT interest congregate from all over the world. Bangalore City Junction is operated under the South Western Railway zone of the Indian Railways. The station serves with the basic and standard amenities for the passengers. Basic amenities like food joints, waiting rooms, computerized ticketing, inquiry counters, plastic bottle crushing machine etc. are present for the passengers. Bangalore City Railway station serves south Indian delicacies like Vada Sambhar, Idli, Dosa, Upma, Poori Sagu and baby food items.
Three stations connecting Bangalore City Junction are- Bangalore Cantonment station, Yeshwantapur junction and KR Puram (Krishnarajapuram railway station) are also a part of South Western Railway zone.
NAMMA METRO (Our Metro)
Bangalore Metro Rail is a gift to the locals by BMRC (Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation) to commute from one area to another. The Bangalore metro rail service starts from 5:00 AM to 11 PM in the night. It is the third longest metro network in India after the Delhi and Hyderabad Metro. A total of 42.3 kilometers is covered by the rail and serves to passengers with 41 stations en route having dense connectivity. Bangalore rail metro is well connected with other parts of Bangalore like Bangalore City Railway Station and Yeshwantpura Railway station. Commuters, who don’t desire to pay expensive cabs and auto fares, can easily board metro rail to commute to main city railway station.
Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC)
BMTC is a safe and reliable means of transport in the city. There are three types of buses running in the entire routes of the city. Non-AC general bus, volvo bus and special volvo buses for airport line. People can board the bus and purchase tickets for their destination. The BMTC service is well-connected from every part of Bangalore to commute to Bangalore city Railway station, KR Puram railway station and Yeshwantpur railway station. BMTC is the lifeline of Bangalore.
Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC)
Want to commute out of Bangalore for a short trip? The places like Nandi hills, Mysore (Mysuru), ooty, kodaikanal chikmanglur etc. are the beauty of the southern hemisphere. The department runs 6,918 buses on 6,352 schedules, connecting Bangalore with other parts of Karnataka as well as other states.
The city of Bangalore follows a specific food culture which has a variety of spice mix and tamarind as the main ingredient. The recipes like Sambhar, rasam, and other curries has an intense mix of veggies with spices and tamarind. The major breakfast items consumed here are Idli, variety of doasas, poori sagu, vada and snacks like mirchi bhaaji and banana bhaaji and buns. The lunch has unique items like South Indian Thali, Bisibele bhath, Kerala parotha, Malabar parotha, biryani or Rice sambhar/rasam, chutney. However, items like Dosa and Idli are available all the time at every food joint in Bangalore. The city, after the inhibition of north Indians, has adopted north Indian food culture available at restaurants. The variety includes Punjabi, Awadhi, Sindhi and seafood with other international cuisines like Chinese, Italian, and Mexican. Apart from these delicacies, there are major branded food restaurants like Mac Donald, KFC, Subway and coffee shops like café coffee day and Barista are thronged at every part of the city. Liquor lovers can visit pubs at Koramangala like Banana Beach Bar and Boom, on ever Saturdays, with free entry and enjoy the hard-hitting Bollywood songs in the DJ style with dance floor all around.
Major Attractions of Bengaluru:
The city of Bengaluru is blessed with historic attractions, museums, Government buildings, parks, zoo, safari ride, Amusement parks and much more. The tourist visiting Bangalore must visit these lists of places:
- Parks like Lal Bagh, Cubbon Park, and Jayaprakash Narayan Biodiversity Park
- Historical Monuments like Bangalore Palace, Bangalore Fort and Mayo Hall
- Explore Wildlife at Bannerghatta National Park, Butterfly Park, Bangalore Aquarium and Birds at Hebbal lake
- Be ready with your debit credit cards at Brigade road, commercial street, MG road, Chickpet and UB City.
- Amusement parks such as Wonder La, Lumbini Gardens, Snow City and fun World.
- Devote yourself to the bhajan of “Hare Rama Hare Krishna” at ISCON Temple.
Very soon, the railway passengers will order food in train at Bangalore City Junction via RailRestro. We are coming soon to the southern land of India