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  • Surekha Dhaleta

    An interesting article on the Indian Coffee House. It was intriguing to know about the genesis of the Indian Coffee House and the link of Baba Budan to Coffee. As a native of the hills town of Shimla, have grown on the cuisines served at its two Coffee Houses, though one was shut down nearly two and half decades ago. The Sambhar served in the Indian Coffee House in Shimla is very distinct in flavour and taste. And the Indian Coffee House of Shimal has remained a hub for politicians, employees, lawyers to discuss events, things and being listed on Lonely Planet magazine it is also frequented by foreigners alike.
    Thanks to the author for this interesting read.

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