Getting a parking spot on Brigade Road is like winning a lottery 🙂 We had that stroke of luck a couple of weeks back. Obviously we were super excited and decided to spend some time around.
We went strolling to Church Street to grab a bite and saw this cafe called Matteo Coffea. The place doesn’t look very big from outside, but is actually quite spacious with plenty of seating.
Around a year back, when Mr. H mentioned this new place called ‘Go Native’ in Jayanagar, I hadn’t paid much attention, mainly because it was pure vegetarian :). But over the weekend while taking care of some chores in HSR Layout, I spotted a new outlet of this place and decided to give it a try.
The eatery is on the third floor of a building that also houses a beautiful boutique and a small spice store. There’s both indoor and outdoor seating and the place looks picture-perfect.
Third Wave Coffee Roasters is quite a popular name in Bangalore. As is evident from the name, they specialize in coffees. And while I do like a good coffee, I have negligible knowledge of brewing techniques. But I was intrigued by their menu and decided to check out the outlet in HSR Layout.
The place is not very big and can feel crammed too. They have an extensive coffee menu with some delicious quick eats as well.
Have you noticed the colorful trains in children’s books? “The Grub Central” is a cute little cafe in HSR that looks just like one of those trains, colorful and cheerful.
We went here for a late lunch over the weekend and tried out a few things. Menu had the usual cafe fare – burgers, sandwiches, pizzas and some snacks. There was only one server, and we were the only customers so service turned out to be good.
Here’s what we tried:
Yay! Electronic city has finally got its own microbrewery “46 ounces”. This gorgeous place is a part of hotel “The Oterra” and is spread across beautiful manicured lawns. I absolutely fell in love with the ambience the moment I entered, but did the food and brews live up to my expectations?
Read on to find out 🙂
While coming back from Pondicherry, we stopped at this place near Krishnagiri for some food. The restaurant is very clean and offers superb food & quick service. It’s just the right place to satisfy your filter coffee and vada cravings.
We had vada, dosa, bonda and everything turned out to be perfect.
‘Auro pizza’ is a nondescript tiny eatery in the beautiful White town of Pondicherry that serves delicious wood-fired thin crust pizzas. I’m glad we decided to eat there even after getting discouraged by the looks of it.
They had a good variety of toppings and we asked for a Feta Chicken pizza and a Funghi pizza.