Ten-Second Takeaway

This little bakery {courtesy the good folks of Cafe Max} packs in an extensive baked menu with artisan breads, cakes, tarts, dips and savouries.

peanut butter chocolate brownie at the rolling pin bakery in bangalore

Breads And More

The Rolling Pin pushes out a considerable selection of artisan bread such as Italian Ciabatta, Walnut, Date and Seed, Buttermilk and Seeds, Focaccia, Sourdough, Spinach & Parmesan, Rye and Rye Bran and Barley. Freshly-baked croissants, quiches, German pretzels, German breakfast rolls, shortbread cookies and teacakes are other offerings.

Buy Your Cake and Eat It Too

Apart from the rich, sinful pies, tarts, pastries and cakes on display, do look out for handy-sized brownies, granola bars, cakes by the square and German Beinenstich {a German cake baked with sweet east dough, filled with custard and topped with caramelised almonds}. We tried the lemon bar, soft creamy lemony goodness baked atop a crumbly pie crust and Snicker brownies, a rich chocolatey concoction with chunks of Snickers. The Sourdough we tried went rather well drizzled with olive oil but we just couldn’t get used to the slightly strange addition of cumin to this bread. Planning a party? Then don’t forget to pick up Rolling Pin’s red pesto or even their thick, gooey almond butter, that ought to go rather well with chunks of bread or even Lavash. We are also partial to their chewy and nutty Nutella and Hazelnut cookies.

So, We’re Thinking…

A bakery with options to buy more than just three or four kinds of breads {we spotted at least ten types} anyway wins brownie points from us. Add to that a selection of German bakes and cakes, and we are sold.


Rolling Pin also does gluten free breads and desserts based on prior orders.