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Old Hindi film songs, colourful interiors with amusing signage and lots of quirk in the décor are what await visitors to SodaBottleOpenerWala, and the chain’s take on Parsi/Irani food and drink. You will find SodaBottleOpenerWala busy and bustling on weekends and evenings, as patrons enjoy the Parsi style food with a side order of bright and quirky. SodaBottleOpenerWala offers a daily breakfast menu available between 08.30 am and noon, which is not-to-be-missed. Aside from the Parsi culture’s love for egg which is seen in the 'Poro' (Pars style Omelette) section as well as many of the dishes (there is even an 'Eduwala Breakfast Tray'), there are also many more options, like this ode to an Iranian café - the classic 'Bun Maska/Jam', Bombay specials like 'The Byculla Breakfast Club' tray with 'Aloo Paratha' and 'Kanda Bhajjiya', and for vegetarians, there is a paneer version of the classic Parsi dish, 'Akuri'. There is even a 'Vegan Breakfast Tray'. Do not miss out on the 'Cold Brew Coffees' or if tea is your poison, then the 'Irani Chai' or a 'Fresh Fruit Ice Tea'. When visiting in the afternoon or evening, the various Pav dishes are a surefire start to the meal. Choose from the 'Bohri Kheema Pav', 'Ghotala Pav', 'Chilli Cheese Pav' or the traditional 'Vada Pav'. The 'Eggs Kejriwal' is another excellent choice.
The wonders of Parsi cuisine never cease to end. What is it that makes the cuisine so dear to us? The nostalgia? Or is it the heritage of the cuisine? Whatever it may be, the country has woken up to the cuisine and smelled the dhansaak in a new way. It all began when a young entrepreneur opened a quirky Parsi restaurant in posh lanes of Khan Market, Delhi and which snowballed from there into a full-fledged revolution. Now the trend gastronomy wave has reached the lanes of Bengaluru, weaving its Irani spell on the local foodies and fine dining enthusiasts. With ‘SodaBottleOpenerWala’ Parsi cuisine has found a new address. This extremely popular chain of restaurants after creating a gastronomy havoc in several cities has found a way to Bengaluru’s Lavelle Road.
The success of SodaBottleOpenerWala is a well-deserved one, as they have taken pains into giving the patrons an eccentric memorable dining experience. The brand is all about Parsi cuisine, capturing the vintage eccentricity and irresistible charm of Iranian community. Their menu is filled with delightful comforting dishes belonging to the Parsi household for ages, to be enjoyed with an interesting bar menu of your choice. Whet your appetite with few starters like, vada pav, bun maska, kanda bhajii, chicken farcha, crispy corn & bhel, chicken cutlis pav, bacon vada pav, vegetable puff, eggs kejriwal and tareli macchi. For main course go for their delectable dishes like, salli mutton, breach candy awesome okra, goan choriz pav, tomato cheese macroni, parsi vegetable kari, dhansak, bambaiyya chicken biryani, paneer sanju baba, paatra ni macchi, squid & prawn patio, khattu meethu pumpkin and vegetable berry pulao.
Wrap up on a strong sweet note with traditional Parsi desserts, matunga coffee cake, lagan nu custer, super tasty pumpkin flan and mixed berry trifle. Besides its gorgeous food what SodaBottleOpenerWala is known for is its décor that reflects the originality of traditional Parsi cafes. Brightly painted spacious rooms resembles very much like a Parsi drawing room, filled with knick-knacks collected over the years by an eclectic Bori. Take in the vintage photographs, chandelier made out of kettles, gramophone, shuttered windows, old-fashioned telephone and a patterned floor that runs across the room. In cool evenings sit in their open outdoor section that overlooks the hustle-bustle of busy chirpy Bengaluru. The menu is well priced in comparison to its other fancy neighbours.