Sunday, 19 May 2013

Fresco Bakery- 6 AM saviour

On this particular Saturday night when we actually did follow the night to the morning sun, hunger struck us early in the AM. After a whole lot of drinking games and fun we really wanted to EAT at around 5:30 AM. And so we bunch of zombies with Adi Vora leading us set out hunting for food. We drove to Andheri station from Sher-e-punjab Gymkhana trying our best to spot a breakfast place in vain. All Andheri station could offer at this hour was cutting chai. Adi insisted that we must head to Fresco Bakery at Juhu. This place is very close to the Iskon temple on Juhu church road. Its a small bakery perfect for a quick bite. 



Fresco Bakery

Freshly baked stuff!
We stuffed ourselves with their cheese sandwiches and chicken patties. Everything was so fresh and delicious. Adi wanted to feed us their mutton rolls which were yet to arrive. Unfortunately we couldn't try those. They also had all kinds of bread, khari biscuits,multigrain toasts, butter and cakes. I picked the multigrain toasts and mawa cake. It went along perfectly with tea during my breakfast part II later.


Mawa Cake
Multigrain Toast

Thank you Adi for introducing us to this nice little bakery. I will be back there for the mutton rolls soon. 

Photos by: Gaurav Dharkar

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