Bangalore · Restaurant Review

The Tale of an Inch

Cafe Inch on 100 ft Road Indiranagar used to be a hot spot 3 years back.

Cafe InchIt was conveniently located, at 5 minutes drive from our residence at that time. It had swanky interiors – with varied kind of seating, occupied a decently huge area, and attracted a posh crowd.

Cafe InchIt was really our favorite with its sandwiches and burgers and pastas and mocktails and coffees. Just the right place where we could relax with good food and beverages.

Of the few times we went there, we started feeling a pinch on the pocket, but we were ready to embrace it because of the variety and quality it offered. Before we could put it in a getting-too-expensive-for-lunch/dinner slot, it abruptly closed down for renovation. Now that was quite surprising because it neither seemed to be in need of any repairs nor did it need any makeover since it had been newly done. In any case, we waited patiently for it to unveil its new look. I vaguely remember what happened after that but I do remember that it completely disappeared from the scene!! Believe me, it was a huge setback to us!

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One thought on “The Tale of an Inch

  1. In that case you should try Zoe, its on the road adjacent to Crossword. They are the same management as Inch, only better food – definitely try their bruchetta

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