If you’re a bachelor staying in Bangalore or just moved into the city, don’t compromise by eating out in jazzy restaurants that might take a toll on your health. It could be quite a challenge to find eateries serving homemade food, especially after going through the stress of finding a shared accommodation in Bangalore, settling to the new work environment and figuring out the commute. We bring you the list of lesser-known eateries in Bangalore serving homemade food. 1. OM Pure veg restaurant in Koramangala Known for its simple yet tasty menu, this eatery is located in Raheja Arcade, 7th Block, Koramangala. Apart from their classic menu of home food, one can eat the unlimited thali on a daily basis for Rs.100 only. Regulars at this place recommend their Sabudana Vada, Paneer Pakora, Dal ka Halwa, Poha and Masala Chai. Plus, they’re really fast with their service and wouldn’t ever let you walk out hungry. 2. Tasty Bites in JP Nagar for a home style menu Serving everything home style from Rajma Chaawal to Kheer, this tiny restaurant located near RV Dental College in 2nd Phase, JP Nagar attracts quite a few north Indians. It’s one of the very few pocket-friendly eateries in Bangalore, thus, opening the gates for everyday-eating. One of the best parts about eating here is that, you can choose your choice of vegetables from their thali meals, unlike other thali-serving restaurants that serve a fixed combo. It makes a perfect eatery for bachelors staying around Jayanagar or JP in Bangalore. 3. Andhra Mess for a wholesome meal If you just found a shared apartment to stay in Bangalore, look around your place, there will be an Andhra Mess nearby. Situated in multiple localities in Bangalore, Andhra Mess is well known amongst Bangalore veteran bachelors. Serving both, vegetarian and non-vegetarian food, Andhra Mess provides good thali meals, comprised of Dal, Rice, Chapatti, Vegetables, Sambhar alongside Pickle and Papad. You may order in some homemade chicken or fish too. They’re known to use separate vessels for cooking non-veg food, making it safe and healthy. 4. Sethji Home Made food in Indiranagar Not famous for its lousy service, this eatery makes homemade food accessible to Indiranagar residents amidst the fancy chaos of restaurants. Once you reach this place, you’ll be treated with nice home cooked north Indian food which is low on spice and friendly on pocket. Regulars at this place usually end up eating their thali, serving Phulkas with home-style curries and veggies. Also, Jeera Aloo is a favourite here. Literally, a home converted into a makeshift restaurant, don’t budge if you have to share a table here. Finding this place is as difficult as finding an apartment for rent in Bangalore though. Just head to the 17th Main road and ask a local for BESCOM office. Sethji Home Made joint is located diagonally opposite to BESCOM on 2nd cross road. 5. Annapurna Bengali Restaurant in Whitefield Although it goes by the name of a Bengali restaurant, their vegetarian thali tastes like most north Indian meals. Serving the regular mains of Dal, Rice and Chapatti, they’re known to provide decent food at a reasonable price. With simple and plain home-style curry preparations, this one becomes a go-to eatery in Whitefield for both, vegetarian and non-vegetarian connoisseurs. Yes, they even serve chicken thalis and fish thalis too, if you like to swing non-vegetarian style. There are many homemade-food-serving eateries in almost every locality of Bangalore. The real quest is to head out and find one. Once you do, there wouldn’t be any complaints about home food in Bangalore. For starters, start asking your colleagues or locals. Bon Appétit! Finding a good place to eat is similar to finding a house for rent, especially for bachelors. It takes time and effort to find a nice place to stay around your workplace or college that’s value for money. NestAway is taking an effort to provide fully furnished apartments in India for bachelors and family alike. Log onto NestAway.com to find yourself a hassle-free place to stay.