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Unique in its concept, Breath Station Café offers more than just delicious food

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The creators behind My Café Latte (now known as Heart Cup Coffee) swung open the doors of their new Breath Station Café to the city in November of ’23. Conceptualized with an aim to provide their customers with a one-of-a-kind experience, they foster a positive and healing environment to go with their fresh, healthy and, dare I say, heavenly food. 

Founded by M. Sujatha Reddy and Shreedhar Reddy Mallavarapu, the café’s 4,000 sq.ft. area spreads across two floors – indoors and outdoors. The inside is certainly cozy, but it is the open outdoors where you want to be. The rooftop, surrounded by lush green foliage, provides a tranquil and meditative ambience and, as a result, frequently doubles as a spot to practice yoga asanas and ancient breathing techniques. When asked what inspired them to come up with the idea of serving delectable food alongside spiritual healing, a passionate Shreedhar states, “I want to connect with people beyond food and give them a unique experience.” 

We make our way to the rooftop and take a seat amidst the greenery. We lean back in our chairs and sway to the soothing music playing in the background as we sip on our drinks, the refreshing Pink Glow smoothie, and the excellent Pomelo Iced Tea, in which the crispness of the pomelo harmoniously blends with a chilled green tea base. 

Next, we are recommended by Shreedhar and Chef Raj Shekar M., the Pan-Fried Shrimp, Paneer Tikka Skewers and the Asparagus and Broccoli Soup for the appetizers; the Indonesian Nasi Goreng and the healthy Quinoa Bowl with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce for the mains; and the creamy Chocolate Brownie for dessert. 

WOW! Recommends Quinoa Bowl with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce

Each item had its own distinct texture and taste and the ones that stood out the most were the soup, made with the blend of earthy asparagus and nutrient rich broccoli; the quinoa bowl, made with lettuce, lemon, sauteed boiled quinoa with bell pepper, herbs and nutritional yeast sprinkled on top; and the gooey chocolate brownie with ice-cream, which we gorged down as quickly as we downed the Pomelo Iced Tea. 

Meal for two: Rs 500 to Rs 700 

3rd Floor & Terrace, Ghanshyam Super Market, Lane, Lanco Hills Rd, Chaitanya Enclave, Khajaguda 

Tel: 91771 90000 

Timings: 11 am to 11 pm

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