7 Cafes In Bangalore’s Whitefield Area That’ll Make The Trip Worth It
We know how some of you dread that inevitable trip to Whitefield, be it for an official meeting or something more casual. Or for that matter, the area can seem slightly intimidating for someone who has just moved to this neighbourhood because of its vastness. But fear not.
We’ve gone ahead and picked out 7 cafes 9for everything from quick eats to refreshing coffee0 you can hit up while you’re in Whitefield.
1. Cafe Noir
Just made the trek to Whitefield and longing to sit back and relax? Cafe Noir is where you should head to. Located in a mall but with a charming French-cafe-like vibe, a cup of hot Cafe au Lait or Cafe Cappuccino here is perfect to unwind. If you’re longing for something cool to beat the heat, go for their Special Cafe Frappe Froz which blends rich cold coffee and ice cream.
Oh, and everything from snacks and sandwiches to pizzas and delicious desserts (thumbs up for their Lemon Muffins, Pain Au Chocolate and Creme Brûlée) for your hunger pangs! You could also take away their French Box, a goodie box filled with muffins, croissants, quiche and more (you need to book it online).
2. Cafe Buzzinga
All set to open at a new (and nearby) location, Cafe Buzzinga has quite a lot to offer. From good old Cafe Au Lait and special Caramel Cappucino (Flavoured Single/Double Espresso Shots, too) to flavoured teas and smoothies (served in pretty mason jars), there’s enough to keep you sipping while you’re at this pet-friendly cafe.
Pair your cuppa with short eats like fries, hash browns or even Fried Cajun Shrimp. Want something more? Their all-day breakfast is just as popular as their mains (think sandwiches, burgers, pasta, and pizzas).
3. Cafe Of Joy
German goodies, bakes and fresh bread take centre stage at this charming little cafe. Order yourself a cup of creamy Cold Cappuccino while you wait to dig into their delicious fare.
While their Chicken Meatloaf with Bavarian Potato Salad and Lamb Cutlets are must-try items, vegetarians can opt for the Potato and Cheese Galettes that come with a portion of roasted veggies, salad, sour cream and toast. Make sure you don’t leave without trying their desserts – we recommend the Lemon Curd and Dark Chocolate Tart.
Perfect for those lazy weekend evenings or just to catch up with your gang of friends, Cuppa has a selection of hot and cold drinks, sandwiches, quick bites and cakes to spoil you for choice. Keep things interesting by trying the more unconventional drinks on their menu like their Lychee Coloda and Brazil Mogiana Coffee.
5. TherPup, A Dog Cafe
The first dog cafe in the city, TherPup welcomes both you and your pooch. With plenty of space for the puppers to run around and five of their own dogs for yours to make friends with, spend the day in fun and frolic with man’s best friends. Serving up treats for both you and your four-legged bestie, including pizzas, sandwiches and even Healthy Doggie Platters.
6. Bloomsbury Boutique Cafe & Artisan Bakery
This old-school cafe’s serving up some old England vibes with its quintessential menu of Brit favourites like Fish n Chips and Leek and Mushroom soup and it’s charming London aesthetic complete with exposed brick walls and the skyline of London, complete with the Tower Bridge, the Gherkin and of course, the London Eye, painted on one of them.
Perfect for catching up with friends or spending some much-needed me time with a good book, Bloomsbury is worth making a trip to. And don’t forget to try some of their lovely desserts.
7. The Ant’s Cafe
This pretty cafe with outdoor seating is a great place to enjoy good food and the lovely Bangalore weather. With big umbrellas over the tables providing comfortable shade, tuck into salads, omelettes, pastas, waffles, pancakes and brownies, which are all on offer here. Pair it with a nice hot cup of tea or coffee or even hot chocolate to complete the meal.