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Brahmin's Coffee Bar

Santhosh Thiyagarajan
Had a coffee and vada. What will be the best way to start your morning other than a strong coffee..
Swati Jain
Brahmin’s Coffee BarIt was on a friend's recommendation that I visited this place and believe me it didn't leave me disappointed. Rather I would say that if you are a coffee lover like me and won't mind treating yourself to tumblers of filter coffee, make a visit to Brahmin's coffee bar which is a great place for breakfast with authentic South Indian food
1. Brahmin's CafeAny blog on south indian food would be incomplete if it doesn't includes the name of Brahmin's. Its a small shop type located in Basavanagudi, Bengaluru. With a limited menu consisting of idli, vada, chutney and filter coffee, it is able to attract hundreds of customers every day.On the bucket list of every foodie, people stand and eat as there is no seating place. Idlis are soft and vadas are crispy. Meal for two :Rs.100
Jacinth Paul
Brahmins Coffee Bar: You should definitely have the idly, wada, kara bath, kesari bath and tea/coffee as these are the only options available. Waiting in the lengthy queue will makes your taste buds crave more. You would not believe such less pricing exists in Bangalore. No sambhar and only serves the above 5 dishes. Serving since 1965, started by late Sri K V. Nageshwar Adiga, whose son N Vasudev Adiga now owns the chain of Adiga’s.