Most of us are familiar with the adage: “Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper”. But the daily grind hardly leaves much scope for a proper breakfast. Most of us just about manage a quick bite. However, if you are looking for breakfast joints in the city, you will not be disappointed!
Most of us are familiar with the adage: “Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper”. But the daily grind hardly leaves much scope for a proper breakfast. Most of us just about manage a quick bite. However, if you are looking for breakfast joints in the city, you will not be disappointed! The United Coffee House (UCH), a landmark in Connaught Place that’s still popular with Delhi’s old-timers and curious tourists, has recently revisited its breakfast menu. Akash Kalra, the owner of UCH shares, “Our menu includes a selection of Indian, western and continental breakfast dishes at modest prices. From French toast to baked beans, waffles, croissants or pan cakes, open sandwiches to puri bhaaji, stuffed paranthas and chana batura our kitchen starts churns out everything from as early at 10 am.” If you are looking for a light breakfast of steamy, fluffy idlis, crispy vadas and dosas, then Saravana Bhavan, again in Connaught Place, is your best bet. “Starting at 8 am, we serve freshly made idlis, vadas, dosas, idiyappam and appams. Being in the heart of the city, we get clientele from across NCR including office goers, students and tourists,” says manager, Saravana Bhavan. While these joints have been popular options for a while now, there are many new places that have come up in the city. “We offer options to kick start your day with a host of breakfast options including salads, sandwiches, burgers, sausages and variety of breads. Some of the signature dishes are country French Benedict and shrimp Benedict,” shares chef Subhash Rawat of Eggspectation, Jaypee Vasant Continental. How about yummy bagels early morning, that gets delivered at your doorstep Bagels and Brownies have interesting options like olive, tomato and cheese bagel, Norwegian smoked salmon with sesame seed bagel or a double fudge brownie to satiate your cravings. They also have outlets at Malviya nagar and GK-1. “We open at 7 am. For our customers, we deliver products at there office also. Bagels are tasty and quite popular with GenY,” says Bagels and Brownies CEO, Adnan Vahanvaty. Pancakes are popular breakfast options in Britain.“We offer blueberry and regular pancakes, served with strawberry sauce, chocolate and maple syrup. The slightly salty taste of pancakes merges with the sweet taste of the syrup, to give a burst of exquisite taste and flavour,” adds chef Anisha Maker, chef and owner, Garage Inc. Enjoy a hearty breakfast!
Olive, Cheese and Tomato Bagel Ingredients
Olive ‘n’ jalapeno bagel 1 Black olives 5gms Green olives 5gms Cheddar cheese 1 Mayonnaise 20gms Cabbage 10gms Carrot 10gm Capsicum 10gms Lettuce 2 leaves
Method Cut all vegetables (carrot, capsicum and cabbage) in thin strips, add mayonnaise and some of the chopped olives for that special touch and mix well. Set aside remaining half of the chopped olives Split olive ‘n’ jalapeno bagel into two horizontally and toast the same for a while in a oven. Spread the prepared coleslaw on one side of the bagel evenly. Lay the lettuce leaves over the coleslaw. Put the coarsely chopped black and green olives on the lettuce leaves. Spread slices of cheddar cheese on the top. Put the other half of the sesame herbed Bagel to cover the sandwich. Warm the sandwich in an oven for a while and serve.