Disney Bakery

Disney Bakery in BTM Layout is one of the many immensely popular “Bun” joints…where one can get an inexpensive bun with a variety of stuffings, along with coffee or tea, for a filling and quite wholesome meal-on-the-go.

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Here’s one of the staff, giving me a friendly wave:

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Here are the two parts of the eatery: the beverages part:

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and the edibles part:

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Here’s their most popular bun…bun-butter-congress (peanuts are called congress here!), along with a lemon tea and a chai:

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Masala sandwiches and other items are brought in by vans:

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Rules about smoking and disposal of waste are clearly posted…

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Instead of the old, slowly-burning coir rope, matches are provided for smokers:

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But alas, the rules are broken more than they are observed!

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It’s the cigarette smoke that makes such bakeries off-limits for people like me…if only we could ban smoking as well as littering and plastic trash!

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