Bengaluru: Starbucks Co-Founder Visits ‘Vidyarthi Bhavan’ Tries Dose And Filter Coffee

Starbucks co-founder visited Bengaluru and eat dose and filter coffee at Vidyarthi Bhavan. Here’s what he said.

Starbucks co-founder visited Vidyarthi Bhavan

The co-founder of Starbucks, the world’s largest coffee chain, walked into the eatery. Zev Siegl enjoyed a plate of masala dose with a cup of outstanding filter coffee. Pictures from his visit were shared on Instagram by Vidyarthi Bhavan, which is a heritage South Indian veg restaurant, started in 1943 as a small students’ eatery.


Siegl is in Bengaluru for the Global Investors Meet 2022. He also wrote a note for the restaurant in its guest book. It read, “My friend, it is an honour to enjoy your famous food, coffee, and warm welcome. I will take this wonderful experience with me back to Seattle. Thank you.” Siegl also added three stars to his note.

The viral Pictures 

The picture had a text that read, “We were happy and proud to have Mr. Zev Siegl, Co-founder of Starbucks, at Vidyarthi Bhavan today evening. He enjoyed our Masale Dose and Coffee and expressed it in our Guest book as well. Mr. Zev Siegl is an American businessman who co-founded Starbucks in 1971. He later served as Vice President and Director of Starbucks. He is now in Bengaluru as a participant in the Global Investors Meet 2022 to share his entrepreneurship insights based on his accumulated experience.”

Soon the post went viral on social media. People couldn’t control their excitement after seeing the Starbucks co-founder having filter coffee.