I was browsing through Zomato order to satiate our mid week food cravings, when this place popped out because of its unusual name. It looked like a cute little cafe with an interesting menu comprising of Lebanese, Chinese, pasta etc.
I placed an order for shawarma chicken platter, veg momo platter and a combo of noodles with mushroom curry.
Tired after a lot of shopping and with no energy to go out for dinner, I started looking up places on food delivery apps. Spotted this place with a curious name and decided to try it out. I checked out their website and figured the name is attributed to the fact that 75% of our body composition is based on what we eat.
Their menu, though quite limited, looked good and I ordered 2 sandwiches-one chicken blanc and another mushroom blanc.
Following our usual tradition of ordering in on Sunday nights, we got dinner from this cafe in BTM. The photos on Zomato looked quite charming and I hoped food would be good too.
We placed an order for grilled chicken sandwich, mushroom cheese sandwich and a portion of crispy veggies (which looked especially tempting on the delivery app). Everything arrived on time, which was great for a Sunday evening.
Went here while coming back from some Durga pujo pandals. This outlet is smaller than its Koramangala counterpart. For some reason the place was completely empty that day.
I placed an order for Mama’s pizza, cheese & mushroom garlic bread and nachos with cheese sauce & salsa. Service was painfully slow, just like the other outlet.
We really wanted to go back to this amazing little place for their signature dish Locha. So we reached around 7 and the place was packed.
We were running some errands in btm the other dat, when hubby noticed this place. The name was striking and we decided to try it out. The place is not very big, but neat and has fun quotes written all around. They have an open kitchen, so you can actually see what/how they prepare.
Their staff was very friendly, and explained all the dishes patiently to us.