Bak Bak Bar is a place to chitchat and catch up with friends over a few drinks. This Unique Resto-Bar is situated in 4th floor of the same building as Bakasur, just opposite to the Busy Sony Signal at Koramangala.
Beautiful Rooftop Ambience with Quirky Décor makes this place a perfect one for gossiping and hanging-out with friends! There are comic sketches of famous personalities on the wall, beer crates suspended on top, old-style musical instruments and classic grenade boxes. Witty slogans and graffiti complete the final picture. There’s a bar counter with tall chairs and old-style telephones, pastel painted tables, and tall wooden chairs to provide a comfortable seating in closed section, along with table-tennis and Foosball games to enjoy your time. There’s a compact open area to enjoy some balmy weather.
We few food bloggers were invited for tasting of their newly launched Menu for Beer and Breakfast – a combination like never before! What better way to start your morning than with your favorite drink? Give a great start to your morning with sumptuous breakfast and a choice of your favorite Beer.
With a menu that caters to every palette, Bak Bak Bar offers an offbeat breakfast experience with the best of quality and quantity. From the quintessential English breakfast to popular Parsi and lebanese options, BakBak bar has curated a special menu that includes the best of food from around the world.
We were welcomed with a Watermelon Juice which was later followed by their In-House Breakfast Specialty – Just Say Cheese Omelette. The Omlette was really justifying its name!
Bak Bak Bar’s in-house Parsi and Lebanese specialties should be given a try at least once. Their signature dishes – Akuri and Shakshuka are sure to make you come back for more. Akuri is a special Parsi-style of scrambled eggs that has the perfect mix of spices and eggs. The hint of coriander, the creamy texture and a dash of spice makes a great combination with Pao. The Shakshuka is yet another middle-eastern classic dish made with eggs, tomatoes, onions and peppers. This delectable combination of half-fried eggs on top of spicy tomato curry is served with Pita bread. Surat Eggless Masala Burji is a spicy-treat for veggies with all the fresh peppers and light-fried onions in it. The Fresh Fig Jam, herbed butter and freshly made breads are sure to heighten your experience.
They also serve Full English breakfast, which perfectly makes a king-size breakfast.
If you are the kind who loves to experiment, Bak bak bar also offers handpicked Indian delicacies that you can chow down with your Beer. The Kuzhi paniyaram was soft, tasty and served hot, one of the best I ever had! The fresh and hot Idiyappam served with Coconut-milk based Veg. Stew makes a perfect start of the day. The Staple breakfast of every North-Indian Person – Aloo Paratha, was prepared so perfectly. The Cold Air Breeze at Rooftop and Hot, Spicy Aloo Paratha served with Dahi and Achar transported me to Simla.
To complete the Rich King-sized, unique breakfast experience, they serve freshly baked waffles with honey and fresh-fluffy-hot pancakes.
Priced from Rs 99 to Rs 299/-, ‘Beer and Breakfast’ at Bakbak Bar promises you the best of food, beer, ambience and music. The Best thing is they serve Breakfast from 9 AM to 6 PM, which even suits the lazy late-risers like me! Overall, a great place to enjoy with your gang!