Iris Cafe in HSR Layout, Bengaluru is a nice place to chill and relax. You will find many people working out of this place as they have a lot of seating places and the perfect facilities to work. We were here for some coffee and a few snacks as our evening stop before we headed back home. Parking is easily available, and the service is super quick as well. We had the following while we were at Iris Cafe.
Cafe Frappe is their version of a regular Cold Coffee with a shot of espresso, crushed ice, ice cream, and some milk. The drink was served cold and had the perfect blend of espresso and milk.
Choco Frappe is very similar to that of Cafe Frappe with the exception of Chocolate Syrup. Personally I would recommend this more as the chocolate does make it a lot more tastier than the other drink.
Peri Peri French Fries has the perfect crisp, the masala was spot on, and the quantity was sufficient as well.
Chicken Pop Corn was beautiful, the deep fried chicken in small chunks was cooked to perfection and served with a dip.
The Chicken Dimsum was priced high considering you would get more quantity for the price you pay. In terms of the taste it was nothing extraordinary, it was just another steamed dimsum that one would come across everywhere, surely lacking a wow factor.
We did not try their main course, but we would surely come back here to try out some more dishes as we had such a great time at Iris Cafe. You can find them at 17/J, 18th Cross, Sector 3, HSR, Bangalore.
- Cafe Frappe – 169 INR
- Choco Frappe – 199 INR
- Peri Peri French Fries – 159 INR
- Chicken Pop Corn – 229 INR
- Chicken Dimsum – 279 INR
Average cost for two people would be 1000 – 1500 INR.
Here is a video of our time at Iris Cafe.