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Brahmin's Coffee Bar

Sankarapuram
No. 3, Ranga Rao Road, Uma Theatre, Sankarapuram, Bangalore
06:30 am to 11:00 am, Open now and till 07:30 pm
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Note : (Closed for Sunday)

Price: Rs.100 for two

Cuisine: South Indian

Known for: Vada Sambhar

Pure vegetarian
Take Away








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Abhishek Mutha - Burrp User

Abhishek Mutha

September 07,2013
1.0

“Not The Best In Bengaluru But One Of The Best”

Residing in Shankarpuram, I have been here quite a lot of times. It's pretty good and a small restaurant with no seating facilities. It's basically meant for breakfast and is also open in the evening. The menu is quite short and simple comprising of idli, vade, khara bath, kesari bath and filter coffee.

Quality: 4.5/5

Value For Money: 3.5/5

Taste: 5/5 -- Especially khara bath and kesari bath. Being a foodie, my taste buds can sense pineapple and a bit of banana in kesari bath. It's rich, yellow and mouth-watering. The 'watery' chutney also tastes amazing and is the highlight of this eat-out. Vade's are yum and crisp and expensive and high on calories.

Atmosphere: 3/5 -- It's crowded most of the time throughout the week. It's sort of a stand-and-eat place.

I would not say they serve the best idlis in Bengaluru but definitely one of the best. If you love filter coffee then try it here. Definitely worth a shot.
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jain_anirudh - Burrp User

jain_anirudh

February 02,2013
3.5

Lost some of the old charm but still ok to try

I first visited this "coffee bar" 3 years back when it was actually a "hole in the wall". The width of the shop was almost that of a wardrobe. At around 6PM they had already run out of some of the items even though closing time was 7PM. It's most well known for idlis so I tried idlis and kesari bhath. Vadas and khara bhath were already over. Liked the idlis and chutney but really loved the kesari bhath. It was prepared almost like seera (a fluid halwa of aata/ besan made in North India) and was served piping hot. Tasted heavenly! Visited again today. The shop has expanded to 4-5 times its previous size and equals a typical Shanthi Sagar sort of restaurant. Orders are taken and executed briskly even after the closing time of 7PM with the entire menu available. Tried idlis, vada, kesari bhath and tea. Fairly good quality with no complaints but nothing worth taking a long trip either. Both idlis and kesari bhath were prepared almost like run-of-the-mill. I guess part of the charm has vanished with the shop becoming a more commercial "restaurant". All in all, worth to drop by if you are around but wouldn’t recommend it for a long trip for its own sake.
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