I have admired Vidyarthi Bhavan for a long time, but I have never attempted to enter. I was expecting it to be one of those tiny military hotels based on the outside, but it was shockingly always bustling with people no matter the day. It was at Vidyarthi Bhavan that a close buddy of mine and I decided to meet together one day. My friend urged us to visit, and I was hesitant at first. At long last, I joined the stampede that day and we both had masala dosa. The fact that every single server wore a dhoti (Guys Frock) and carried ten or twelve platters of food from the customers made it seem like a one-of-a-kind spot. The dinner was delicious, and we began to enjoy it as soon as the server came to my table. It was later learned that the restaurant is sixty years old and that guests of all ages continue to enjoy their stay here. My buddies and I have made this spot our regular adda.
Points to Remember:
- No matter when you go, this establishment is always packed. You may have to wait a bit longer to enter the restaurant, but it will be well worth it to savour the delicious treats.
- The most bizarre thing is that people are standing directly behind your seat, waiting for you to leave. So, instead of being self-conscious, just savour your meal and ignore their prying eyes.
- There is no way you can bring your sweetheart here to enjoy some local cuisine and some alone time if that is your plan. You should not anticipate any level of privacy here.
Vidyarthi Bhavan Review:
Vidyarthi Bhavan, woven into the very fabric of time, has preserved its modest yet timeless allure over the years. This restaurant’s basic menu hasn’t stopped it from attracting customers and preserving its heritage for generations to come.
Masala dosa, the show-stopping dish, has justifiably become famous. Dosas fried in ghee are a spiritual experience that can temporarily dispel the limitations of any diet plan. The ghee-coated outside is crunchy, and the inside is a delicious combination of spicy potatoes. That creates a harmonious taste that stays in your mouth.
Masala vada, a culinary marvel that calls out to flavour experts, is just as tempting. Indulge in the masala vada and let yourself be swept away by the symphony of flavours and textures that have been painstakingly perfected over the years.
Visit Vidyarthi Bhavan with a boisterous group of friends, a loving family, or on your own for a memorable dining experience. The atmosphere, which is heavy with nostalgia, creates the perfect backdrop for a genuine and enjoyable meal.
Savour the delectable dishes and the special occasion by doing what you love most: enjoying them with a hot beverage. The aromatic warmth and comforting scent of these drinks enhance the whole experience, composing a sensory symphony that harmonises with the delectable tastes of your dish.
At Vidyarthi Bhavan, savouring traditions and creating memories go hand in hand with the cuisine. Masala Dosa and Masala Vada will lead you on a culinary adventure, whether you’re with friends, family, or just by yourself. Let Vidyarthi Bhavan’s classic allure imprint itself on your palate and your mind.
Foods To Try and Taste at Vidyarthi Bhavan
- Masala Dosa
- Rava Vada
- Filter Coffee
Vidyarthi Bhavan Address-
32, Gandhi Bazar, near Gandhi Bazar Circle,
Timings- Monday to Sunday (6.30 am to 11 am and 2 pm to 8 pm), Friday Holiday
Cost: approx Rs.150 for two.