Church Street Social

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We met on Sunday to welcome back a friend who moved back to India and the place chosen was Church Street Social. It was planned to be a sort of  brunch and everyone ended up having the famous breakfast from there. It was a very different place in the center of the city, in Church Street, MG Road, the happening place. The look and feel was like being in an sort of abandoned industrial warehouse. I should say eating in the plates (don’t know the names) and drinking in those beakers was a little odd at first. But then it became fun after some time 🙂 The butter was in a glue stick tube. And the menu was in a paper (like the news paper stuff) and stuff like that. It seems like you can even work from there for 5k Rs using their high speed internet and food coupons for the same amount which you can reimburse. That is really a nice idea. They also had this huge projector which was playing songs, just the video. The audio was from a different source. I had the Thai Thali (English breakfast is out for me, because of the non-veg stuff in it) which was very good. Everyone of us liked the food and the place and spent almost 4 hours catching up and just having some fun. Nothing like that to make a Sunday go away fast and make you feel bad about Monday.

10 thoughts on “Church Street Social

          1. Holiday. I want to go see tigers. My friend Hakeem, who I blogged about the other day, is from Bangalore. He tells me it is wonderful.

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            1. It sure is a nice place. If you can be patient with the horrible traffic. Otherwise there are lot of places to visit in and around Bangalore. Where are you planning to go for the tigers ?

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              1. Kanha is one of the parks mentioned. Most of the tours start in Delhi though. Get to Delhi, travel by internal flight as a group to some other place (starts with J but not Jaipur), and then drive to Kanha and the other reserves.

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                1. Jabalpur ?
                  Nice. All the very best for your trip. As usual, keep us updated on how it went through. And if you happen to pass through Bangalore, holler .

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                  1. It won’t be for a few months at the very earliest. Best time for tigers is between November and April. But I will holler really loudly!

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