Coffee and Life in Bangalore @ MTR…

Sometimes I wonder and envy thyself sipping the coffee and not letting it spill…I mean for those coffee lovers it’s a bliss…having to have a renowned, piping hot coffee with perfect blend and Flavour, served in a silver cup, onto a place like MTR (My new abber. invention Maximum Time Required…MTR for service) is a pleasure in leisure… the ‘Indulgence’ redefined…senses cherished kind of…

(freshly brewed snap…just few hours back!!)

May be at a cost of getting bit over board, but a coffee lover like me still say that “Coffee” rocks!!
Cheers!! Would you like to have a sip…

8 Comments so far

  1. tarlesubba (unregistered) on February 24th, 2007 @ 4:26 pm

    you have all mastered the art of food fotography. anywhere you look there are only pics of food and drinks in various stages of consumption and of people in various stages of ananda having consumed these.

    now tell me, honestly, how am i supposed to go about my day in peace? :)

  2. Ravi (unregistered) on February 24th, 2007 @ 4:30 pm

    Simple, TS-navare! Come back to Bangalore from wherever you are!

  3. Thejesh GN (unregistered) on February 24th, 2007 @ 5:35 pm

    I had my own just now…but at CCD :)

  4. Mytri (unregistered) on February 24th, 2007 @ 7:20 pm

    Sigh!!. No No. Mr. Tarle. Let them polish ;) their skills some more. I love to see what new restaurant they are reviewing. More than the review is the interest in the photos that are on the blog. Pure Bliss. CCD coffee is also great.

    MTR is pretty close to home. We have had great service(the trick is not to go on weekends:D) at MTR and piping hot coffee in silver cups. My kids think it is the grossest thing I could drink :-). Imagine hot coffee slowly swirling on chutney-burnt tongue, that is contentment.

  5. Chitra (unregistered) on February 24th, 2007 @ 9:11 pm

    Nothing like South Indian coffee! Nice pic. :)

  6. Deepa Mohan (unregistered) on February 24th, 2007 @ 11:06 pm

    That’s a work of art..not only the coffee (er, that was the one thing I really liked this morning)…but the photo of it as well!

  7. rubic_cube (unregistered) on February 26th, 2007 @ 9:03 am

    When you think of coffee, in India, you only think of 2 types – homemade filter coffee or barista’s and CCD’s. At MTR, India Coffee House and all the darshinis, you get the first variety. And at the new age cafe’s, you get the second variety that has been indianized from their original global versions. If you land in US, and step into Starbucks, for instance, you would be shocked at being served a diluted version of the decoction alone. With exposure and experience, may I add even submission, you discover a taste in them. The advantage being you get to taste so many different flavors of coffee from across the world – just over the counter. Without milk.

    After my exposure to that coffee, I had stopped adding Sugar to my coffee (with milk variety) and have discovered that I prefer my coffee without sugar. Try it… add a quarter pinch of salt to get a deeper taste.

    At the end, it is the bean that enthralls more than anything. With or without milk. With flavor or without. No wonder it is the highest traded commodity after oil! Knew that?

  8. Mytri (unregistered) on February 26th, 2007 @ 10:06 pm

    Ha ha. Rubic-Cube, I could try and understand you until the salt part. Sigh and Ugh :-). It reminds of the Bengali coffee with cardamom. There are certain flavors left alone ;-)

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