Our story begins way before we opened our doors in 2004, when our founder, Bosco, was a home baker much like many of our customers today.
He enjoyed baking for his wife, children and friends on the weekend where he maintained an old-timey green register with all his recipes that he collected over the years.
On a visit to Switzerland, he came across, what you see standing loud and proud today outside our humble café, – the Swiss Army Bakery Wagon.
He was so moved by the story, might and the marvelous engineering behind this machine – that he finally took the leap to build an experience around this and bring it back home to Hyderabad.
In 2004 we fired up our oven for the first time to bring artisan breads, bakes, confectionaries to Hyderabad.
We have seen Hyderabad’s palette and infrastructure grow and evolve over that last 18 years and we are so thankful and grateful for the opportunity to still fire up our oven every morning at 5 AM and serve the freshest breads and goodies to our customers.
Mukti & Bosco
Its original purpose was to provide the soldiers with bread during the war as bread is the staple food in flour sieve could be run on diesel or on electricity if available. The oven can be heated either by coal or diesel. this stand alone bakery has an output of 2000 kg bread per day. Cakes and pastries can also be baked in this wagon. These wagons are no longer in use in Switzerland and have been sold to different countries. We are proud to be the owners of this unique technical masterpiece, the first one in Asia..