-By Marryam H Reshii
Owned by a Dutch lady who spends part of her day at these cheery cafes, this cafe has bagels in all their avatars as the stars of the show. Some are sprinkled over with chocolate sprinkles (the owner is Dutch after all) or peanut butter (Rs. 80). Others are filled with goat cheese, honey and walnut (Rs. 180). Besides, there are stews of chicken and sausages that are served with a bagel (Rs. 250). Try out Hazelnut Nutella and Pasta Arrabiata. It's fun and it's homely. For added variety, there are Dutch pancakes as well, practically indistinguishable from regular pancakes. Best of all, the service is really unobtrusive and you will be left alone in the best traditions of a European cafe.
Review posted within last 6 month
I heard a lot about Bagels Café from lot of people and this last weekend I came to this place. The café is all about Bagels presented in different way and with different ingredients. I completely enjoyed eating their Pizza Bagels and Omlette Bagels. Also I had one Cold Pasta Bagel that actually makes one crave for more and more. Bagels Café is a different destination in the city and I am looking forward to come to this place more often.
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