Molaga bajji, filter kaapi & wifi?

Published: 06th August 2013 07:44 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th August 2013 07:44 AM   |  A+A-


Modern cafés now have a traditional competitor in the city. Namma Café, as the name itself gives a sense of belonging in the minds of people, is all set to attract the young city crowd. This South Indian café has been opened on the premises of Isha life at Mylapore recently.

Namma Café is a rich fusion of modernity and yesteryear tradition, which brings us the native tradition of the davara tumbler in a unique outdoor ambience. The coffee shop is set in the outdoors that blends with nature perfectly, festooned with mango and jackfruit trees around. It seems just right for today’s youngsters as the café also has wifi connectivity.

“We want to remind youngsters of our culture and tradition in a trendy way. We hope the youngsters will like it,” said Prameela, Centre head Isha Life, who also believes that Namma platform will definitely bring in more youngsters.

If you wondering what Namma platform is about, then imagine an ambience having a hot frothy degree kaapi with hot molaga bhajjis, masala vadais and pakodas to chomp on with live music to set the mood. and live music to entertain you? Namma Café brings in live music from local bands which will encourage aspiring musicians in the city, or it could get as simple as grabbing the mic and singing namma favorite song! After all its Namma café and we can bring in namma talent here.

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