BEST DOSA in Hyderabad, India! Indian Street Food for BREAKFAST at RAM KI BANDI

Come join us for the best dosa for breakfast in Hyderabad, India at Ram Ki Bandi where we try Indian street food early in the morning. Open from 4 AM to 9 AM this place serves up 10 different varieties of unique dosa along with other South Indian breakfast classics such as Idli. As good as the idli is people come here and stand in line to eat the best dosa in all Hyderabad prepared right on the street.

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Fortunately, with all of this delicious Indan street food to try for breakfast, I was joined by my good friends David and Sailesh. Sailesh, as our local guide from Hyderabad suggested we try the pizza dosa, Szechuan dosa and palak paneer dosa. All three dosa were incredible but it was a consensus between the three of us that the pizza dosa was the best. It is worth coming to Hyderabad just to try it. Is seriously is that good. After we tried two different types of Idly before heading to Mozamjahi Flower Market which was bustling due to people buying flowers for Diwali. Overall, it was a morning I’ll never forget trying delicious street food dosa along with witnessing the spectacle of the market during its busiest time.

Information and directions for dosa and the flower market in Hyderabad:

Ram Ki Bandi
Dosa Hawker Stall (దోస)
Address: Jambagh Road, Mozam Jahi Market Circle, Near Karachi Bakery, Hyderabad, Telangana 500012, India
Hours: Monday to Sunday 4–9AM
Phone: +91 99639 68082

Mozamjahi Flower Market
Address: Chandra Vihar, Old Kattal Mandi, Abids, Hyderabad, Telangana 500001, India

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BEST DOSA in Hyderabad, India! Indian Street Food for BREAKFAST at RAM KI BANDI Travel Video Transcript (దోస):

Greetings from Hyderabad, India. We are up bright and early for breakfast and we’re going to be having Dosa again. This is a special street food dosa and apparently there are 10 different varieties and it is only open from 3 am in the morning until 9 am. I’m also joined with my good friend David. We’re ready to eat some dosa.

What are we having for breakfast this morning? We are having Ram Ki Bandi Dosa. We are going to have the best dosa in town over here. It is like the most popular Ram Ki Bandi style. So excited for this.

Our first Dosa is ready. This one is the Szechuan Cream. And then over here we have the pizza dosa. And then we have Palak Paneer over here.

Pumped to try this pizza dosa. Now the coolest thing is that I mean it has tonnes of toppings in the middle but the coolest thing is that it comes with coconut chutney and considering the dosa I had yesterday the coconut chutney was my absolute favorite.

This is the Mozamjahi Flower Market. Yeah. So it has been here since a long time. People throughout Hyderabad come here to buy flowers.

And this is the prime time. This is the festive season. The festive mood is on. And people may be here to buy a lot of flowers. So it is full of flowers.

So much activity going on here at this flower market during the holiday season of Diwali. I don’t even know what to look at. Another guy selling something here. More people carrying flowers. It is incredible the amount of activity happening all at once.

What a morning! That was just an incredible feast of dosa this morning. The variety that is literally the best street food I’ve ever had for breakfast in India. What did you guys think?

That was the best. The best ever. Simply the best. And then to go to the flower market. That was a bustling hive of activity with a festival coming up. With Diwali coming up. It was insane in there. Absolute chaos. Basically an assault on the senses but in a wonderful way. I’m so glad I got to experience that and what a day.

This is part of our Travel in India video series showcasing Indian food, Indian culture and Indian cuisine.

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