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The Sex and the City-esque brunch! 🤑
WHAT WE ORDERED: Veg Bruschetta, a fusion sizzler called "Indo-Chini Bro-Bro" (I giggled away to glory at this point), Hazelnut Frappe, a Cold Coffee, Cool Blue Slush, Brownie Sandwich
COST: ₹2000 (approx.) RATING: 🍺🍺🍺🍺 The reason why you'll go to this place the very first time will be its much hyped-about decor; the reason you'll give this place yet another visit will most likely be the delectable food that they serve.
The decor of this cafe is, indeed, its high point. It is an eclectic mix of bright, happy colours that gladden your heart the moment you set foot in the premises. They have outdoor seating as well, but the summer isn't the best time to experience it, of course.
Coming to the food, there wasn't a single dish/drink from what we had ordered that we didn't enjoy. The food left us "begging for more" a la Mills and Boon. The star of the brunch was the chicken manchurian included in the fusion sizzler. I found myself liking the perfectly-flavoured zucchini that topped the bruschetta when I'm not even a zucchini fan, in general. So, brownie points for that.
The presentation, as the pictures convey, was beyond perfect.
We weren't, however, too pleased with the portion-sizes. I feel the portions could have been a tad bit more so that the customers leave a little more satiated. Also, on our way back we realized that they had not served water to us, at all. True, we had ordered drinks for everyone but as the chirpy Geet says in "Jab We Met", "Cola shola sab apni jagah, paani ka kaam sirf paani kar sakta hai." Please take note of this.
Sheek kebabs being sold from a cart in the general vicinity of Indiranagar may be an uncommon sight and that might automatically lead to a natural suspicion of the quality or taste of the kebabs, but trust us when we say that you have.to. try the mutton/ chicken sheek kebab from this particular vendor. His cart (a makeshift goods carrier) is parked in front of the park that is located between 6th cross road and 1st cross road that connects thippasandra main road to jeevan bhima nagar (near Cambridge school & hopcoms). The cart can be found every evening from 6pm - 11 pm, and the meats used are sourced from the butchery owned by the vendor, himself; which minimises the risks of a bad tummy.
The kebabs are crisp outside and adequately charred and the meat blissfully melts away once you bite into it. They're served with a pudina & chilli chutney which is really good, as well.