Don’t Panic, It’s Organic!
For those of you carnivores who flinched at the mere thought of the word “green” in the Little Green Café, this quaint little restaurant has a lot more up its sleeve than you would imagine. The first misconception that needs to be busted is that the restaurant is a vegetarian or vegan cafe.
To bracket the restaurant as such is not giving it enough credit for going the extra mile. Little green café primarily serves organic food including eggs. All the condiments, sauces and breads are made in-house, from scratch. In essence, their food is always fresh and natural.
As Green As It Gets
When it comes to legit organic food, this is the real deal. They source all their supplies every two days and don’t use a refrigerator which makes it even more crucial for them to stock up every couple of days.
There are a lot more elements that add to the “Green” aspect of Little Green Café. Beyond the freshness and organic food, this restaurant aspires to have a sustainable leg which echoes in the ambiance as well. The interiors boast of up-cycled teak wood walls and an abundance of plants. The restaurant’s ideology reflects an eco-friendly lifestyle; the passive air conditioning and energy-saving fittings are in accord with this ideology.
Even the logo resembles the abstract patterns on the bark of a tree and symbolises “life” – a fitting trademark for the cafe indeed!
A Bite of Nature
The wave of consciousness that is hitting our generation, is bringing with it sustainable practices. Eating organic, as often as possible, is one such habit that I’ve picked up in the last couple of years. This is why this café had been on my list for a while now. Little Green Café projects sustainability done the right way.
Coming down to business, the reason I, a hardcore non-vegetarian, decided to visit this place – food! Little did I know that I’d savour vegetarian food that isn’t the quintessential Idli/Dosa.
They serve a medley of cuisines with more leeway for experiments that can be categorised as “organic”. You would find the Vietnamese Pho, Thai Curry or even the Bruschetta on the menu. However, don’t go looking for authenticity. Where they really stand out is the flavours and even more so, the freshness and crunchiness of the ingredients really make for an incredible experience; one that is rare in today’s unorthodox culinary culture.
How to Get There:
Little Green Cafe
Where: 9/3, Prestige Pearl House, Museum Road, Church Street, Bangalore
Contact: 080 48544183
Timings: All Days 11 AM to 11 PM
Cost: ₹800 for two people