Has potential. Hopefully better next time.
Reached on a day where it was raining quite a bit. The staff seemed reasonably helpful. The menu though seems to have quite an interesting range of delicacies. However, the items I ordered were quite disappointing. The Pasta's looked nice on the menu. When I ate it, I was really peeved. For 200+ rupees it was a waste. The cashier later asked me my feedback and he was quite receptive and offered to make me a fresh plate, but it was too late by then. Perhaps he should've asked as we ate it.
I'm going back once more. I have a coupon for the place. If it's not better and with the vast variety of good places to check out, unfortunately it might just be my last visit.
A wasted concept
This place, in my opinion, really seemed to have the potential to have been one of those cafes where one could go with college friends have a couple of nice dishes and kick back.
Unfortunately, the food left a lot to be desired. My friend and I ordered two dishes. We ordered bruschetta which traditionally is meant to be fresh chopped tomatoes gently brushed with olive oil, a classic italian starter. But here it turned out to be a overdone version of garlic bread with a lot of vegetables and for some reason kidney beans and cheese that was definitely not mozarella.
That aside we ordered a pasta in arabiatta sauce which fell flat on its face. it tasted like something out of a instant noodles packet, lacked zing, any flavour and most of all, lacked salt.
Not that the prices are friendly on the pocket either, especially for unimpressive food.