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Photo by : Nikhil Pai

We all love bread don’t we? So many hearts skipped a beat when the famous International chain Au Bon Pain launched in Bangalore. They recently opened a branch at Indiranagar on CMH road and this one is more of a Café concept where you can sit down, relax and enjoy your food.

They had a couple of newbies on the menu and here’s a list of must tries:

1. Croissant:

You absolutely cannot leave this place without devouring a Croissant, just go for the plain one, it’s perfect layered multiple times with butter and it beyond awesome! If you fancy chocolate, do try the Double Chocolate Croisbun!

2. Start –Which:

Read: breakfast sandwhich, this one was pretty filling and power packed. Stuffed with roast veggies, pesto, mozzarella. The egg version and Paneer version were equally good.

3. Peri Peri Chicken Sanwhich:

If you ignore the lack of Peri Peri spice, this one is a really good sandwhich.

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4. Mulled Wine:

Non alcoholic but definitely a pleasing drink. Warm and very wine like with a hint of orange, this one will slide down your throat and leave you wanting for more.

5. Monkey Bread:

Don’t judge it by the name, this dish is more of confused croissant, but it does manage to impress, the chocolate version especially.

6. Bagel:

They have a wide variety of Bagels here and anyone you try will definitely please you. Feel free to choose and not get disappointed for sure.

The above ones are the must try dishes. What we recommend you to completely stay away from is The Harvest Salad, Dark Lava Meltdown Cake and Passion Fruit Bubble tea. But don’t worry they have a host of other dishes that you would love to experiment with. Try them and do let us know how you feel about it.

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Location : Au Bon Pain Cafe Bakery, Chinmaya Mission Hospital Road, Indira Nagar 1st Stage, H Colony, Indira Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560038 | Phone : 080 25254535

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