Brahmins’ Coffee Bar is a self-service, standing only joint where it’s possible that the only chair you’ll find is behind the cash counter and the barely negligent signboard has probably never been refurbished even once. The restaurant is over 50 years old, and small and basic though it is, it is also clean, bustling and unassuming in its ambiance – and that’s how Brahmins’ is known to be its patrons.
Breakfast for one at Brahmins’ will cost you all of about INR 50. We ordered three khara baths, two idli-vadas, one idli, one kesari bath, two coffees and a bottle of water. We paid a total of INR 233. So you get to eat like a king and pay like a commoner. Good deal? I think so.
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