Bawa breakfast & VEG !

How’s the place like?

Soda bottle opener waala gives you the ambience of a total Irani cafe where everyone is in the chilled out mood.

It pumped up my morning with 90’s peppy Hindi songs!

What did you try?
I went for the breakfast.


I liked the twists to the Parsi food like Berry pulao had become berry poha and this kheer had oranges and muesli.
And not many know, but @sbowindia is my favorite place for cold coffee. It’s so good. It’s not sweet and really strong!

So coming back, I tried the following:

1. Roasted Ravaiya Tart
It is Savoury Tart stuffed with brinjals, green coconut, chutney and cheese. I really liked as the cheese was oozing out.

2. Masoor Toasties
Crusty bread topped with masoor and grilled with cheese. This was nice too

3. Sabudana Patio ni Khichdi
Sweet and spicy this khichdi will remind you of every Parsi home.

4. Santra Kheer Muesli Cup
Orange and milk pudding layered with homemade granola. I loved this totally as the way they had combined dishes was amazing.

5. Parsi sev with hung curd
Sweet roasted Vermicelli traditionally prepared on Parsi birthdays
Served with homemade yoghurt. I preferred this less as I am not a fan of Sev.


6. Berry Poha
Absolutely loved this: it tasted fabulous. The patty went very well with the poha and tasted mamamia!


Is it value for money?
Obviously it is expensive as compared to a normal Irani shop. But it is still reasonable and good

Anything else?
They do have Bollywood nights on Friday and Saturday and it’s some good music!

And kudos to the team for employing dumb and delf!

SodaBottleOpenerWala Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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