Nagarjuna Restaurant Review | Famous Andhra Restaurant In Bangalore

One of the most well-known Andhra restaurants in Bangalore is called Nagarjuna Restaurant, and it serves mouthwatering dishes that are influenced by the cuisine of the coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh. Son of the soil Krishna Reddy, who was born in Nellore, took the rather audacious step of bringing his native rustic foods to the city of Bangalore more than three decades ago, in 1984, and set up the first Nagarjuna Restaurant on residency road. He did this despite the fact that he had never been to Bangalore before. It took some time for the residents of Bangalore to acclimate their taste buds to the powerful flavours of Andhra cuisine, but once they did, the city was completely won over by the cuisine. So, how does it taste right now? Is it exactly the same as it was before?

Nagarjuna Restaurant Review

The Nagarjuna Restaurant is consistently one of my top choices in Bangalore for scrumptious Andhra and Biryani cuisine, as well as the boneless chicken roast. When I ate at Nagarjuna, the food was presented to me on a banana leaf, which is only one of the many reasons why I enjoy eating there. In this biryani, meat that has been cooked properly maintains both its juicy flavour and its spicy flavour. At least from my vantage point, it appears like times have moved on. This restaurant has around fifty per cent less flavour than it did previously. The Biryani was quite dry, and the rice had the consistency of grain. The well-cooked chicken and mutton transported me to a different era. I was a little bit disappointed, but I can say with absolute conviction that Nagarjuna is still my top pick. I would also recommend this restaurant to you foodies.


Residency Rd, near galaxy theatre, Shanthala Nagar,

Ashok Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560027

Jayanth Dev

Jayanth Dev

Jayanth Dev was born on 1st April 1989 in Bangalore, India. He developed an early interest in writing as a result of his fascination as a child with the stories that appeared to him in his dreams. As most of his writings are typically reflections of his dreams, many people refer to him as a dream writer. His passion for the Old Scriptures sparked creative insights that helped him craft lovely tales that are present in all of his novels.