Mobile Coffee!

We’ve been moaning about the India Coffee House on M G Road shutting down soon, but when I went for the INTACH-organized Heritage walk on Avenue Road, I was astonished by the site of a van vending coffee and snacks to several people, early in the morning! Apparently it’s there every weekend morning, I am not sure if it’s also there on weekdays:

ave rd coffee board vending van

The van is run by the "Coffee Mandali" or Coffee Board…five rupees gets one a china cup of piping hot coffee!

Here are several people jostling (as usual, Bangaloreans seem never to have heard of the word "queue") for their morning cuppa…

coffee from mobile van 080209 Coffee Board ave rd

It was a great way to begin a Heritage walk…with coffee from an institution that belongs to times gone by….!

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