How does one say no to caramel custard, even when you know it would not be the best you have ever had? But then you eat it, quietly, because there is something comforting about ending a bad day on a sweet note. Done up to resemble a slightly upmarket canteen, The Bangalore Pantry's menu sticks close to what Indians love to eat most of the time – street food. From the 'bhejitabil chop' fashioned after the famous beetroot cutlets from Kolkata, served with kasundi, to Bengaluru's famous khara bun congress (spiced peanuts inside buttered buns), to Delhi's kulcha chhola - the menu does not play favourites. Try the famous keema ghotala of Mumbai, or Goan sausage pav from Mapusa, or even the Kerala mutton fry and dosa. The presentation is slightly tweaked to play to the younger audiences, but that is pretty much where the experiments end.