Looking to find a fulfilling breakfast in Rishikesh? Ira’s Kitchen and Tearoom presents you with some mouthwatering staples served with a twist. Nikita Biswas and Abhishek Dubey have a taste.
Rishikesh is the land of travellers and they have some great cafes and restaurants. The concepts, art and infrastructure of the cafes exude positive vibes and enamored feeling.
Located in the bylanes behind Balak Nath Mandir, Ira’s Kitchen and Tearoom is a beautiful small cafe in Rishikesh. The red and white walls and the modern seating lend it an artistic touch. Out for a nice, open cafe, we stumbled upon this quaint establishment.
We sat on the open bench. There were travellers like us, busy enjoying the delicious looking breakfast and healthy conversation. We ordered Bread Toast, Masala Egg Bhurji and the mandatory Masala tea.
The breakfast arrived in some time and every bite of the richly toasted bread and Spiced Egg Bhurji graced our palette. The Masala Chai, sweetened with powdered jaggery instead of sugar, added to the rich taste of the spicy Bhurji. Some other options for breakfast include pancakes, tea fusions, juice, and porridge.
The place is spick and span. The staff is friendly in nature. Exchange of smiles will make your day as the traveller. We finished our breakfast and a quality time at Ira’s kitchen and Tearoom which is a hit among the foreigners as well.
Address: Ira’s Kitchen and Tearoom, Near Balaknath Mandir, Tapovan, Rishikesh
Timings: 7:30am to 2pm
Cost for two – Rs. 450(approx.)