A hit with the folks of Kammanahattan, popular brekkie joint, Cafe Blunch is winning us over with its menu full of brunch classics, its easy breezy setup and reasonable prices.
Kalyan Nagar Peeps, Cafe Blunch Could Be Your Next Budget Breakfast Hangout
Whether you want to catch a late brekkie cause you slept in late yet again or just a weekend brunch with the girls, give Cafe Blunch a shot. With omelettes, waffles and pancakes, being the best sellers on their breakfast menu, the place also serves other breakfast classics like hash browns, salads and their Blunch Like King, which is a full English breakfast complete with eggs however you like ’em, sausages, baked tomatoes and beans, buttered toast and cereal with milk, all for INR 230. What’s more, you can wash all of it down with any of their juices or fruit smoothies. Or stick to the quintessential hot cup of tea or coffee that is also served here.
Coming back to their crowd pleasers like the omelettes and waffles, choose from their list of interesting options like Just Filling Omelette, which is stuffed with sausages, mushrooms, tomatoes and onions, and their Tic Tac Toe vanilla waffles. Prices start at as low as INR 70.
All Day Blunching
Although known mostly for their breakfast, these guys are open from 9am to 9pm which means they serve lunch and dinner too. Popular items for their evening meals include their pastas, sandwiches and burgers. They also serve Asian-style rice pots and grilled bites here. In the mood for some Thai red curry or Asian spicy green curry? Then the rice pots that come with a side of herb veg or chicken rice are for you. Moving on to the grills, they have grilled veggies like zucchini and tomatoes for the vegetarians in the house, and grilled chicken breast fillets for the meat lovers. Prices for these are also reasonable, starting at INR 150.
Cafe Blunch is also set up in a way that is perfect for late and lazy breakfasts, as the ambience is pretty laid back with simple diner-style booths and a big chalkboard wall with all their specials written on it with coloured chalk. The place is pretty small and cosy, with big glass windows so you catch views of the street and pretty trees outside. A perfect mood and vibe to pair with a hearty meal, we think.
Cafe Blunch is closed on Mondays.