Now we live in the golden age of restaurant culture, and consumers have access to amazing dining experiences than ever– right from takeaway options, meal kits and food trucks to delivery services like fine dining and food courts. A great in-house bread-baking program is one way restaurants can stand different from the competition. The intoxicating smell of fresh bread being baked can bring more people in the door, and a unique bread basket or house-made signature sandwich bread can keep them coming back for more. Since the all famous Real Bread Week is going on, it’s time to explore various varieties of bead!
The Artful Baker is the best place to get your breakfast bread from. Their rye bread is best out of all – it is light, soft, and moist and has the perfect texture. The freshly baked croissants and quiche are equally delicious. This place has a cozy ambiance which makes it a great place to grab a coffee or a hot chocolate if you're in Khan Market.
Cost for two: ₹ 800
Must-haves: Coffee & Chocolate Bicerin, Hot Chocolate, Whole Wheat Bread, Gluten Free Bread, Cheese Croissant
This elegant and sophisticated bakery will remind you of dainty patisseries that one gets on streets in Paris. Their French influenced delicate desserts and colourful macarons tare airy and light to rustic breads, they have an exemplary selection. Everything served here tastes as good as it looks. Since bread is an essential part of French lifestyle. L’Opera is almost 3000 years old, being one of the most perfect culinary creations, and the French certainly know how to do it best. This place is famous for bringing the finest French breads to the Indian capital, with amazing varieties as the traditional Baguette, Pain de Campagne and Pain Paysan, which can be eaten on their as it is or as a side dish.
Cost for two: ₹ 750
Must-haves: Almond Croissant, Danish, French Heart, Chocolate Croissant
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Over the years the staples here have changed, it began with sliced white bread. All of the breads are delicious and even nutritious, depending on where you bought them from. Though there are few regional cuisines that do typical variations of what we call 'bread', there is one that has eaten leavened and unleavened, baked bread since their cuisine took shape and that's Kashmir. Matamaal being a Kashmiri restaurant, has an in house bakery that bakes traditional Kashmiri breads, fresh, every day. If you're familiar with Kashmiri breads or not, the main reason to go check out the bakery is the discovery factor and you will be surprised. If you don't have time to have an entire meal here, then just get your breads packed and also checkout their fresh ground spices such as Kashmiri rajma, kahwa tea mix, honey and dry mushroom.
Cost for two: ₹ 1200
Must-haves: Yakhni, Dum Aloo, Kebab, Kanti, Masc, Gada, Palak Nadur, Lavasa bread, Girda Bread
Yes, you guessed it right! Just as the name suggests that it’s all about the bread, it’s actually so much more. You enter the store to the freshness and fragrance of fresh bakes, and can enjoy dry cakes, pastries, sandwiches and cakes that will take your breath away. We would personally recommend that you take home one of their freshly baked loaves, and get creative with their wide variety of options.
Cost for two: ₹ 800
Must-haves: Banana Bread, Almond Florentine, Chocolate Swiss Roll, Honey Marble, Apple Crumbel
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The Baker’s Dozen was started in 2013 with the love for sourdough, the pate ferment, the culture of what makes a bread sing. The company was started with 4 bakers who knew nothing other than the fact that everyone is going to love our sourdough. On their first commercial day of production, they hand crafted 25 loaves of bread and they were extremely happy and proud. Today almost 8 years later, they hand shape more than 10,000 loaves of bread a day and share their most loved creations all over India.
Cost for two: ₹ 600
Must-haves: Chocolate Almond, Vanilla Almond Cake, Banana Bread
Simran Saluja is an in-house creative writer currently working with EazyDiner. She is a food enthusiast, dog lover and travel buff. She loves to explore new cuisines and places. Simran being an extrovert loves talking around with people and sharing her stories and experiences. Apart from writing, she loves watching Netflix.
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