With the rains arriving in Mumbai, it’s time for that hot Irani chai with Bun-Maska and Nankhatai! Or if you’re one for ice creams in the rains, there’s Parsi Dairy Kulfi and Gadbad!! At SodaBottleOpenerWala, there’s something sweet for all your preferences. And there’s an intriguing story behind these dishes, adding nostalgia to the bakery and desserts menu of this Bombay Irani Café brand. These stories highlight the inspiration drawn from these decades-old, signature Irani, Parsi and Bombay establishments.
For instance, the Shrewsbury biscuit is a version of the famous butter biscuits of the Kayani bakery in Pune. The Matunga Special Coffee Cake is made with the original South Indian coffee and has been baked to perfection by bringing together the traditional and the modern.
SodaBottleOpenerwala’s philosophy, when it comes to baking, is exactly that – provide comfort with the freshest product made with the best ingredients. Head Chef for SodaBottleOpenerWala’s delectable bakery line-up – Akshata Karkaria instantly blended herself into this philosophy while working on the menu. Her inputs go beyond her skills.
The popular Nankhatai, though inspired by the Dotivala bakery in Surat, is the exact same recipe that SodaBottleOpenerwala’s bakery Chef Akshata’s grandmother used to make when she was a child. Ever since she can remember, Akshata Karkaria has been baking! A chance meeting with A D Singh, MD of Olive Bar & Kitchen, and Akshata took the reins at Olive in 2002. Within three months she revamped the entire bakery menu. Three years ago, she joined SodaBottleOpenerwala as the Pastry Chef after a small maternity break. It has been a journey of comfort foods and finding her roots since then…
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