Indian Paratha Company
What to look out for –
Countryside view, Outdoor seating, Fun filled ambience, hot parathas.
₹600 for two
1/2, Guttahalli, Kasaba Hobli, Devanahalli, International Airport road, Bangalore.
I love monsoons. It is the time of the year when you can eat the oiliest, unhealthy and fattening food and still don’t regret it. May be it’s the chilly weather, cold breeze or just the boring weekends, you feel like eating everything desi and delicious. And I do not have to separately mention calorie loaded because when I say desi, it is certainly going to throw your diet regime out of the window. But, who is complaining when you have food in front of you?
Last Sunday was a fun outing to the Nandi hills. Surprisingly there was no crowd and it was so much fun. I just love the long rides on the airport road. No traffic, no bumps on the road and the cold wind hitting your face, which is one thing you must certainly try when you are in Bengaluru.
For me, a trip to Nandi hills is never complete without having parathas while coming back. The Indian paratha company is on the service road to your right just before you take a left to get off the main road to go towards the Nandi hills. I just love the look of that place. It is like straight out of a 1930’s cowboy movie. The all wooden building is so retro, yet so modern. There are seating arrangements both outside and inside the building. We sat inside because it was a bit sunny.
The place is super busy all the time because people tend to come from the city to enjoy their piping hot parathas. This is one place where you get the authentic North Indian parathas, served with pickle and curd. They have a variety of parathas ranging from aloo, cheese, paneer, gobi, mooli and so on. I especially liked their paneer paratha and aloo cheese paratha.
A must try is of course their paratzza, a combination of paratha and pizza. It is the crowd puller in this place. Besides parathas, the place also serves a variety of cold drinks and mocktails. But, the only thing that people are here is for the parathas.
The service is swift, curt and to the point. As the crowd is huge you do not get to sit back and relax if you are here on a weekend. On weekdays you can just relax and enjoy the view, cold drinks and food. The price is on the higher scale. I would give a 3.5 out of 5 stars.
Must try –
Aloo cheese paratha
Mushroom corn paratha