The Best Cafes in Whitefield, Bangalore

Whitefield has some of the best cafes in Bangalore
Whitefield has some of the best cafes in Bangalore | © murat_akdogan / pixabay
Aditi Mukherjee

Since the early 2000s Whitefield has transformed from a quiet agrarian settlement to the best residential area in Bangalore, India. The Eastern side neighbourhood in Bangalore has no dearth of restaurants and cafes today. To make sure you visit only the very best, here is a list of Culture Trip’s favourites in Whitefield, Bangalore.

Therpup – A Dog Cafe

Therpup – A Dog Café is a farmhouse turned café and the perfect place for anyone who adores furry canines. You can munch on their reasonably priced snack items while enjoying the lovely garden view and have a great time playing and de-stressing with their dogs. Customers can bring their own dogs too. Their motto is ‘cuddle, pet, eat, repeat’.

Johnny Rockets

Johnny Rockets is an international food chain that has become everyone’s favourite burger joint in Whitefield seemingly overnight. The café offers burgers with beef and bacon, something other international chains like McDonalds and Burger King have avoided.

The Ants Café & Store

Cafe, Italian, Fast Food, Tea , Coffee, Indian, Vegetarian
The Ants Café & Store is one of the best hidden gems in Whitefield. It is a fashion boutique with a café in the front. Ants Café offers one of the best places for breakfast in Bangalore and their coffee is highly praised too. The tiny plot is dense with trees and shrubs that makes it a lovely place to enjoy some shopping and food.

153 Biere Street

Bar, Deli, Indian, American, Italian, Wine, Beer
153 Biere Street is the umbrella brand name for three individual joints. 153 Biere Club offers their own freshly brewed beer and great snack food. Mustard and Cress is an organic dining place and Everything Stops for T is a bakery. Lined one after another, you can choose how you want to spend your time. The idea of three premises offering different experiences was inspired by quaint European street cafes.

Windmills Craftworks

Windmills Craftworks is one of the microbreweries in Bangalore and a really good one at that. Along with their home brewed beers you must try the pork sliders and kebabs. The roof top area offers a stunning view of the city. The café creates a lovely mood with soft jazz playing in the background.

The Whitefield Arms

Whitefield in Bangalore was once an agrarian settlement of Euroasians and Anglo-Indians. The Whitefield Arms took this as inspiration to design this colonial themed cafe. It offers great ambience and the best beers in the city. The club sandwiches and pork dishes are like nothing else around.

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