While only Muslims fast during Ramadan, people from all cultures and backgrounds celebrate the food on offer at iftar. Iftar is the evening meal when Muslims break their fast and is usually done in the company of friends and family; it is a coming together for charity, celebration and nourishment. Mosque Road comes alive with small stalls and eateries during Ramadan evenings and Trabblr thinks that it's a fantastic way for food lovers in Bangalore to eat while immersing themselves in the tradition of one of the world's largest religions. Eat on!
The food on Mosque Road is predominantly non-vegetarian with haleem, biryanis, and kebabs (including camel from Rajasthan!) being the most popular dishes. Vegetarians, you will also find a few things to eat but you'll be just as happy if you come simply for the dessert and photography opportunities!
Trabblr suggests the group meet at the Subway on Mosque Road but feel free to refine / coordinate logistics on the event wall below. Happy eating!