Prepare for a delicious journey as we explore The Hole in the Wall Cafe! This relaxed restaurant is on Nehru Road, close to Kammanahalli in Bengaluru. We’re about to discover yummy foods and a unique atmosphere that makes this place remarkable. So, get excited to learn about this fantastic eatery’s tasty treats and cool vibe!
The Hole in the Wall Café: Diving into Flavors & Ambience
Discover what makes The Hole in the Wall Café unique and why people love it. This restaurant is known for its English food, and it’s become popular by always giving its customers fantastic dining moments. While it’s been in Koramangala, Bengaluru, for a long time – 12 years to be exact – we’ll check out the incredible atmosphere and delicious flavours of the newer Nehru Road branch.
Exploring its Unique Name
If you’re curious about how we discovered this restaurant, it all started with the intriguing name – The Hole in the Wall Cafe.
And that’s not all, the busy and lively atmosphere you can see from outside the restaurant will surely make you curious enough to try it. What do you think?
Creating Memories at The Hole in the Wall Café.
Two of us went to The Hole in the Wall Café on a Sunday for brunch, and we had a great time. We really enjoyed the cosy and welcoming atmosphere of the restaurant.
When we looked at the menu, we were immediately drawn in by the wide variety of English dishes.
Savouring the Delights of “Sunday Morning Non-Veg“
We tried the “Sunday Morning Non-Veg” dish. It was made of baked eggs with chicken placed on a spicy masala mixture of mushrooms, capsicum, onions, and tomato. This was all topped with cheese and coriander, and it came with brown bread and butter. This dish was not only tasty but also quite filling.
Exploring the Uniqueness of ‘The Chicken Hole 9 Yards Hash
The name of this dish, “The Chicken Hole 9 Yards Hash,” caught our attention because it’s pretty unique. The dish itself was a delightful surprise. It included diced hash browns, chicken salami, ham, and sausage. These were mixed with sautéed onion, jalapeno, capsicum, spring onion, and mushrooms. To top it off, there were 2 fried eggs. The dish was served with 2 slices of brown bread and butter. We found a blend of flavors and textures exciting and delicious.
Pork Breakfast Sausage: A Flavourful Indulgence
I also tried the “Pork Breakfast Sausage.” It was a simple, plain pork sausage that added a great touch when combined with the other dishes.
Buttery Bliss: Indulging in Finely Mashed Potatoes
We had some finely mashed potatoes with butter. They were so soft that they melted in our mouths, creating an excellent taste experience.
Overall, the combination of flavours and the diverse selection of dishes left us thoroughly satisfied with our dining experience at The Hole in the Wall Café.
The Hole in the Wall Café Price Point
I want to mention that the prices at The Hole in the Wall Café didn’t bother me, but I understand that this can be different for everyone. The café seems to find a good middle ground between offering high-quality dining and keeping it affordable. I was impressed by the value we got for the fantastic food and service we enjoyed there. It’s definitely worth giving them a thumbs-up for that.
I took some time to check what other customers have been saying about The Hole in the Wall Café online, and here’s the scoop:
People seem to love the food and think the atmosphere is incredible too. But one thing that keeps coming up is the waiting. Especially on weekends, the place gets super crowded, and you might end up waiting for who-knows-how-long. Even on less busy days, the service can be a bit slow.
There are plenty of restaurants in Bengaluru where folks are okay with waiting for hours just to get a table, not even talking about the food. And you know what? I’m okay with waiting if I’ll get some delicious food. How about you? Are you cool with waiting for a delicious meal?
Exploring Alternatives: Dining Beyond The Hole in the Wall Café
If you’ve already been to The Hole in the Wall Café on Nehru Road and are up for trying something new, I’ve got some suggestions. You might want to check out “Connies Steakhouse and Wine Bar,” which is close. And if that doesn’t tickle your taste buds, you could give “Glen’s Bakehouse” in Kalyan Nagar a shot. It’s just a short drive away and might be worth exploring for a change of flavours.
Exploring Beyond the Culinary Food
Here’s a suggestion for those new to the city: why not explore Garden City? You can use this tag to learn about all the tourist places in Bangalore. Alternatively, you can also visit Trip Advisor to get recommendations that will help you plan your budget and create an itinerary for your trip. Enjoy your explorations!
Your Feedback Matters
As we come to an end, I’m really looking forward to hearing from you. Have you ever visited The Hole in the Wall Café? If you have, I’d love to read about your experience in the comment section below. And if you know of any other restaurants serving delicious continental food, please share that too. Your insights and recommendations are always appreciated!
Culinary Visuals: Savouring Food through Photographs
I wanted to let you know that all the pictures you’ve seen in this post were taken using a Vivo Smartphone (V20). I hope you enjoyed watching them as much as I wanted to share them!