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13 Breakfast Joints In India You Need To Wake Up For

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Had a wild night? Hungry and want a break from the boring combination of oats or stale bread? Head to these places to get a morning treat you’ve been craving for a long time.

1. Bikers Cafe, Calcutta

You may have guessed it, the theme is motorcycles. What goes hand in hand with leather jackets and Harley Davidsons? All American platters, bacon, sausages, burgers and hash-browns.

Must try: Pink Salmon Benedict, Waffles with Bacon.

13 Breakfast Joints In India You Need To Wake Up For

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2. Mavalli Tiffin Room, Bangalore


Famous for its Rava Idlis, these were created during World War II when rice was in short supply.

Must try: Masala Dosa, Rava Idli, Bisibele Bhath

13 Breakfast Joints In India You Need To Wake Up For

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3. American Diner, Delhi


Located at the India Habitat Centre, this place can take you back to 50s and 60s America with its retro feel.

Must try: Sunrise Skillet

13 Breakfast Joints In India You Need To Wake Up For

4. Theobroma, Mumbai


Nope, we’re not suggesting brownies and upside down cakes. We’re talking an English Breakfast that doesn’t cut corners anywhere, complete with bacon, sausages, sunny side ups, toast, hash-browns and tossed vegetables.

Don’t forget to top it off with a milkshake or coffee.

13 Breakfast Joints In India You Need To Wake Up For

5. Monkey Bar, New Delhi


To battle the hangover from last night, Monkey Bar serves up the ‘Bloody Breakfast? which is a Bloody Monkey (a special Bloody Mary made with 60 ml vodka, gin or rum) topped with skewers of bacon-wrapped sausages, mushroom, chicken and crisp potato skins. This interesting breakfast appears on the Monkey Bar menu exclusively on the weekends. There are other traditional favourites like Eggs Benedict.

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Must try: Mr Miyagi’s Okonomiyaki, a Japanase cabbage pancake with pork belly, chorizo, sausage, prawns and onions, capped off with barbecue sauce and tempura bits.

13 Breakfast Joints In India You Need To Wake Up For

6. Saravana Bhavan


The hygienic and affordable food has made Saravana popular throughout. Try getting there early to avoid queuing outside.

13 Breakfast Joints In India You Need To Wake Up For

7. Tasty Corner, Calcutta


Not for the snobs but this place serves up some delicious comfort food.

Must try: Hing kachoris, khasta kachoris, Radha Ballabi and Gobi samosa.

13 Breakfast Joints In India You Need To Wake Up For

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8. Koshy’s, Bangalore


A landmark cafe in the city that has been visited by several dignitaries and public figures, Koshy’s has some of the best coffee you can get in the city and a breakfast menu that’s as exciting as the decor.

Must try: Cheese omelette and special coffee.

13 Breakfast Joints In India You Need To Wake Up For

9. Suzette, Mumbai


Tucked away in the heart of Bandra, this French bakery cum bistro is a secret known to every French expat in the city. If you’re early you just might make it in time for the freshly baked croissants that sell like hot cakes. If not, there are other French options like crepes that can be custom made.

Must try: Crepes – either the complete (egg, emmenthal, ham or chicken bacon) in non-vegetarian or the bleu (blue cheese, mozzarella, fresh cream, toasted walnuts) in vegetarian fare.

13 Breakfast Joints In India You Need To Wake Up For

10. Shyam Sweet Shop, New Delhi

Craving a typically North Indian breakfast? The aloo puri at this place is to die for! The puris are light and crisp while the aloo sabzi has just the right amount of spice. Opening at 5:30 am, this is perfect for early risers.

13 Breakfast Joints In India You Need To Wake Up For

11. Jimmy Boy, Mumbai

No need to rush, this place doesn’t open till 11 am. Take your time and order the Salli per Edu, a mix of fried potato straws with eggs, Parsi style, which should be followed by Bun Maska for a taste of the creamy, Iranian style tea.

13 Breakfast Joints In India You Need To Wake Up For

12. India Coffee House, Bangalore


The India Coffee House chain was started by the Coffee Cess Committee in 1936.The 50-year-old Indian Coffee House at M. G. Road in Bangalore closed on 5 April 2009, after the Indian Coffee Workers? Cooperative Society Limited lost a legal battle with the owner of the building to continue in the premises. It has been reopened on Church Street, less than a hundred meters away.

Must try: Masala Dosa, Omelette, cutlet, coffee.

13 Breakfast Joints In India You Need To Wake Up For

13. Prakash, Mumbai


Looking for a hearty Maharashtrian breakfast in Aamchi Mumbai? Look no further than the piping hot and crisp Batata Vada as well as some Thalipith at Prakash.

13 Breakfast Joints In India You Need To Wake Up For

13 Breakfast Joints In India You Need To Wake Up For



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