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A look into Blue Bridge- pet friendly cafe at Ballygunje place (beside South Point High School)

Aesthetically designed with a colour palette dominated by blues and yellows, the café that has ensured that your best friend and you don’t feel too ‘blue’ in the city, emanates an old-world charm

Sramana Ray | Published 16.02.24, 11:31 AM
What: Blue Bridge            Where: 51 Ballygunge Place, Ballygunge            Timings: 10am to 10pm (open through the week)            Meal for two: Rs 600 to Rs 800 (approx.)

What: Blue Bridge Where: 51 Ballygunge Place, Ballygunge Timings: 10am to 10pm (open through the week) Meal for two: Rs 600 to Rs 800 (approx.)

Pictures: Pabitra Das

If you are looking for a day-out with your furry buddy and some delectable delights, you can explore Blue Bridge, in Ballygunge Place (beside South Point High School). Aesthetically designed with a colour palette dominated by blues and yellows, the café that has ensured that your best friend and you don’t feel too ‘blue’ in the city, emanates an old-world charm. Sansa (the rescued retriever) is the star attraction and sunshine of the place. The staff is well equipped to deal with your four-legged (across breeds and even indies) friends. So, while they take care of your pet, you can sip your coffee and enjoy some me time, like reading a book of your choice from the collection at the café. A wholesome menu and a warm atmosphere are perfect for the Calcutta adda. While an open rooftop is a cherry on the cake, pocket-friendly prices is the other highlight. Snapshots.

“Blue Bridge is about connecting people to different cuisines. The colour blue symbolises the vastness of the sky, to which you can have a view from the rooftop we’ve introduced. We want to cater to people with different tastes across segments and ensure people enjoy scrumptious meals at pocket-friendly prices. With live music and events on the weekends and a safe space for your pets to feel free — we’re embarking on a new journey. Sansa, whom I had rescued as a pup, is adorable and helps other dogs socialise, it’s like therapy,” said owner Nilanjan Banerjee who struck a pose with his rescued dog, Sansa.

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Sprawling across an area of 3,000sq ft (including the open-sky rooftop), Blue Bridge café emanates a certain positivity. Spacious and aesthetic, it has movie posters, books, and good music.

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The Mutton Bhuna Khichdi is a Blue Bridge special and honestly, a spoonful of pleasure priced at only Rs 250. The mutton keema with warm gobindobhog rice blends in flavours and spices that you’ll enjoy.

Morog Polao, the dish hailing from Bangladesh, is a sumptuous delight. Pay a pocket-friendly Rs 250 and dig in. #weloved

Cold Coffee @Rs 150

Blue Fantasy (left) and Pink Lemonade (right) @ Rs 99

Last updated on 16.02.24, 11:40 AM
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