Went to this laid-back little cafe in Koramangala for a late lunch over the weekend, and had some finger-licking good food with delicious beverages.
Their downstairs area doesn’t have much of a seating, so after braving narrow spiraling stairs which can easily give you vertigo, we went to the terrace and got seated. Our server got us a huge menu card, and we placed an order for veg penne pasta in pesto sauce, chicken au gratin, ginger tea and iced black coffee.
Decor here is minimalist and tables are well placed, so the cafe doesn’t get noisy even when it’s full. Service was a bit slow and our drinks & food took a while to arrive. The cafe’s owner was personally checking up on all the patrons, which was quite nice.
Our beverages finally arrived, followed by food. And I must say everything was worth the wait. My ginger tea was perfect(I had asked for milk separately), and Mr.H loved his iced black coffee, so much that he asked for another one later 🙂
Pasta was lovely and cooked al dente, unlike some other places which make them goopy. Pesto sauce was delicious and flavourful, basil was not overpowering and garlic bread served as an accompaniment was very tasty too.
Chicken au gratin was simply oh-so-delicious. The sauce was cheesy and sinful and chicken was melt-in-your-mouth soft. Loved it and will highly recommend it.
We were full by now, but the food was so good that we decide to try out just one more dish from their tempting menu(gluttons you see!) 😀 So we asked for a portion of savoury french toast.
This again took a while, and again totally worth the wait. Bread brushed with egg, stuffed with cheese and spices and fried to perfection. It was served with mashed potatoes. Absolutely drool-worthy!
If you looking for mouthwatering food and a quiet place to have it, I will highly recommend this cafe.