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Brahmin's Coffee Bar

No. 3, Ranga Rao Road, Uma Theatre, Sankarapuram, Bangalore
06:30 am to 11:00 am, 03:30 pm to 07:30 pm

Note : (Closed for Sunday)

Price: Rs.100 for two

Cuisine: South Indian

Known for: Vada Sambhar

Pure vegetarian
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coolsandeee - Burrp User


November 20,2013

One of the Best Idlis in Bangalore

I am currently exploring vegetarian breakfast dishes in Bangalore and I have been routed to this one. So, its a usual tiffin centre with self-service with stand and eat facility. Located in a good residential area, the place seems to be always crowded.

I had a plate of idli with filter coffee. I must say that the idlis were definitely soft and spongy and one of the best that one can find in the city. And the chutney is worth mentioning. A very yummy, delicious chutney. I absolutely have no idea what is the formula of that, but that was the tastiest idli ka chutney I ever had. I did not like filter coffee much as I have had better ones.

The whole area is neat and clean with proper facility to dispose the plates and drinking water facility. Though the area is crowded one would not hesitate to have a quick bite from here.

Probably, the next time, I might try the other dishes from their limited menu of vada, kesari / khara bhath.

Food: 3.5 / 5
Ambience : 3.5/5
Price: VFM
Service: Self-service, nothing to complain about nor to praise about.
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Abhishek Mutha - Burrp User

Abhishek Mutha

September 07,2013

“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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