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A Karnataka institution and impossible to miss amongst the myriad street stalls, Iyengar's bakery was so named, some versions go, to assure its vegetarian patrons that no eggs were used in the baking process.

True or not, these bakeries are now ubiquitous across the South Indian landscape and evoke a kinder gentler time when a Dilkush was both literally and metaphorically achievable for a few precious minutes at Iyengar's


He: Macha, let's stop at the Iyengar's bakery. My mom asked me to pick up some vegetable puffs for tiffin
Me: Ok, let's also drink some bisi badam milk
Added 2011-09-25 by Side Character




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