I’ve been meaning to do a review of The Hole in the Wall for quite some time now. This is one of my favourite breakfasts spots in town, and has been right from the time they were a tiny outfit that barely managed to fit four tables. I went on a weekday and luckily was spared of the long wait to get a seat at the restaurant. People waiting in lines to get in are always a good sign for a restaurant.
Once we got a table and went through the extensive menu, my friend ordered The All English Breakfast. This comes with sausages, bacon, two fried eggs, baked beans sautéed mushrooms, mash potato and grilled tomatoes. The meal was a work of art that almost made me want to order one for myself. The bacon was done perfectly with the right amount of crisp and the right amount of fat. The sausages were nice and salty and went well with the meal. The one thing I like about this place is that a lot of care is taken while cooking the eggs to ensure the right amount of gooiness to ensure it doesn’t make the meal a messy affair.
|The All English Breakfast|
I ordered the Hole Nine Yards Hash. This dish was a combination of diced hash browns, ham, chicken, salami and sausage tossed with sautéed onions, capsicum and mushrooms. This was topped with two fried eggs. The onions and capsicum are the dominating flavours in this dish. It has a little bit of everything for meat lovers like me. I liked the English Breakfast better to be honest.We topped off the meal with some nice Hot Chocolate.
|The Hole Nine Yards Hash|
The food at The Hole in the Wall is superb. They specialize in breakfast and people looking to have an early light meal. If you are planning to go there on a weekend, please do go early as you may have to wait for a fair bit otherwise. The menu is extensive, the staff is courteous and despite the number of people waiting outside, you’re never made to rush through a meal. The restaurant is located opposite Ooty Chocolates in Koramangala. A meal for two would normally work out to around Rs.500. Do NOT miss eating here at any cost.