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This Sweet Spot In Indiranagar Is A Cafe Run By A Popular Baking Institute's Students

Amrita posted on 30 November


Lavonne Academy Of Baking Science And Pastry Arts’ shiny cafe has a new location and is back in a different avatar. It is managed by the institute’s students, who serve all the goodies on offer.

Bake Me A Cake

If you have been to Lavonne’s older cafe and not been impressed, then you have a friend in us. The cafe attached to the baking institute in its previous location was regular and didn’t offer much novelty. But the newer cafe space in Lavonne’s shiny, state-of-the-art baking institute has made us change our opinion. The cafe is managed by the institute’s students and serves French-style patisserie offerings along with salads, pastas, coffee, tea and drinks.

The most spectacular part of the cafe is, of course, the open plan dessert bay, which is lined with muffins, tea cakes, French pastry, and savoury eats like puffs, quiches and more. Plus, they do breads to take away. There is also a sweet al fresco space with swing-like seating, lots of greenery and red doors leading to it. Indoors, it is a long, comfortable booth-esque setup.

Sweet And Savoury

We tried a Fig Danish and were blown away by the fresh flavours of the caramelised fruit, baked in a delicate Danish base. It was tart, sweet, sticky and all kinds of wonderful. The Orange Cheese Brioche is one of the best we have tasted in the city. Sprinkled with sugar and just a hint of citrus to it, the brioche was cheesy, savoury and not-so-sweet {we don’t like over sweet cakes and desserts at all}. We washed all of this down with a strong Flat White. Wait, we also tried an excellent, flaky Sausage & Onion quiche.

For takeaway, we packed a multigrain focaccia, a couple of brownies and blondies, and some more of that amazing Fig Danish. There’s also other kinds of danishes and brioches to try. Plus muffins in unusual flavours such as pineapple and rosemary, Blueberry Cream Cheese tea cakes, and more.

The bakes and cakes at Lavonne compare to some of the finest we’ve had in the city, and the best part is the prices — a slice of cake will cost you between INR 50-80 and mains {pastas, sandwiches or filling salads} come at a maximum of INR 250. We are certainly going back to try something called The Ultimate Lavonne Pancake. Yum!

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263, 3rd Cross, 2nd Stage, Domlur, Bengaluru

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