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Shiraz Cafe

East Coast RoadChennai  

  • +919840572126
  • Injambakkam, East Coast Road, Chennai
  • Irani, Indian
  • Meal for 2 - 900
4.1

24 Reviews / 26 Ratings

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Text from friend - Have you been to Moonrakers?
Me: yes, ages ago with you!
Friend: Ah, would you wanna go again, this time with P in tow[her nearly 3yr old adorable brat]?
Me: yayy, lets go!

I was at her house by 5.30, we were packed and ready to scoot by 5.45.. And as we wove around the city traffic, we caught up on "life this week" and during the conversation somehow chat steered towards Shiraz cafe and that i had not visited the place. We drove down till Mahabs, did a U turn and drove into the lane that houses the Cholamanadalam Artists village.

I had visited the village with uncle aunt and cousin nearly a year ago, but the cafe was shut then. Last nite we parked near the Cafe entrance, and made a beeline for one of the comfy looking sofas inside. There was plenty of outdoor seating as welll, but it was dark and my friend preferred being in a lit place, esp with the little one running around...



Shiraz Cafe is an Iranian Cafe where they serve up quite a range of Arabic,Greek, Lebanese- Middle eastern and Iranian food.

The café is run by Farhad and Nasrin – a charming & friendly couple who hail from Iran, but have been in India for over 30years. Farhad mentioned that he took care of the art workshop while Nasrin manages/cooks/plays the role off the perfect hostess at the cafe.

The bright yellow wall paper with the mosaic like patterns, the cute little tea pots, the vibrant red flowers in the vase, shelves laden with crockery, amidst which i spotted a tea pot, and right on top was a toy Motorbike... and ofcourse the music flowing in the back ground was just the perfect mood and setting. There was a huge table with a glass top that had engravings of patterns in vivid colours, while mirror with adornments were found on the walls, each of which reflected the love for art and colours the couple had.. Not to forget the cute doggie- Topoli, that curled up and slept like a baby against the wall under a table.



As we walked in, we were greeted with star shaped cookies that just melted in our mouth. We were also offered a Granita kind of a drink made with Pink Guava, Barley water and Tulsi Seeds. It was such a refreshing drink...

Nasrin told us they close at 8pm these days, and asked if we wanted to have dinner there [a fixed menu of veg food]...

1st course was a thick creamy soup that was quite filling- i could taste onion, garlic, herbs, yoghurt and few other mysterious yet tasty ingredients.. Pita bread and hummus followed next, except here the Pita bread was toasted and looked like Nachos.. The Hummus was rich and quite delicious...


The Soup
As we chatted with some of the other guests, the waiter brought out our meal in cute little bowls- There were 3 kinds of rice- Sprouts and Candied orange peel rice; Dill rice; and plain rice. It was served along with quite an array of side dishes Black Dal curry; Potato peas and paneer curry and there was a brinjal dish[which neither of us liked much]. And then came the sinful Tzatziki of sorts- rich fresh yoghurt with Cucumber and herbs...

It was a sinful delicious meal.. The food was just perfect, the gravies were not filled with masala or oil...

We ended the meal with a taste of the Apple Cake and Marble chocolate cake and then a cup of hot Iranian Tea [mint, sugar, and lemon].. I actually asked Nasrin if the Tea had honey, but she sweetly smiled and said "no, it is the mix of Mint and sugar that gives it the richness, many ask me if it is honey, and i could simply lie and say yes, but i dont... am glad you like it.."

The meal for two costed us Rs735 [Rs700 +Tax-Rs35] which i thought was quite reasonable considering the spread they had served us. Apparently their Sunday buffet is a Must visit!!

It is the ideal place to go chill, have some good food, enjoy music, or maybe a stroll after the meal around the village, down to the beach....


Ambiance- 4.5/5
Food- 4/5
Price- 4/5
Service 4/5
Overall Experience- 4.75/5

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5.0

Yummy Tummy

Lovely home cooked Iranian food, especially the Sunday afternoon buffet. The ice crushed welcome drink with the fruit of the season, followed by starters and dill and curd soup, orange peel rice, Saffron rice and Dill rice, lovely Iranian gravies to go with it and to end it with lip-smacking dessert and Iranian tea. Personalized and warm...I love chatting up with the Iranian family.

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Shiraz Cafe

It is located near the Cholamandalam Artist's Village
Couple of dainty board signs welcome you to this lovely cafe.
The staple here are non veg sandwiches, fried chicken, coffee, ice creams etc.
Shiraz offers outside seating and great ambiance during the day, with a lot of surrounding greenery.
I would definitely recommend this place when you are on the ECR.
Price- 3/5
Service 4/5

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5.0

Pet-friendly outdoor restaurant

Run by a lovely Iranian couple, Shiraz cafe is the place to go on a weekend afternoon if you want good home-cooked beautifully flavored middle-eastern cuisine to tease your tastebuds. The buffet is reasonably priced, and has a wide selection from starters & a yoghurt soup, to grilled chicken and biriyani. Polish it off with home-made date cake and home-made icecream, and you'll find it difficult to move around after lunch!
It is also pet-friendly!

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iamaliq

1 Reviews

February 03,2013

5.0

Good Place to Eat!

Shiraz cafe run by Nasrin is a Great place to be if you enjoy Good Food. Ambiance is not bad but could be better. Best part is Nasrin & Crew make you feel at home. & Believe me, Nothing happens to your tummy the day after you had your food here which is NOT the case with almost all the restaurants on the ECR.

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nimmo10

8 Reviews

November 23,2012

5.0

Beautiful Place:Divine experience

You have to go here to believe this place. The host explains in detail about the food he can whip up and just go by the chefs word. Both the brother and sister duo(cafe owners) are great chefs bringing out "out of the world" amazing food. Right from fish to mutton to paneer to aah d awesome icecream...everything about this place is magical

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mbohidar9

14 Reviews

November 09,2012

5.0

Food you won't find elsewhere!

Must visit place for both the food and the ambience! The people who run this place are also very friendly and nice to talk to! The weekend buffet is a must-try and as of now I think that's the only thing they have. A pretty awesome spread for about 600 bucks made at the family home , overseen by Mariyam. You get to dig in to delicacies like Dill Rice, Orange Peel Rice and Saffron Rice.. lots of yum mutton biriyani, barbequed chicken, fish, hummus, home-made desserts and a yummy guava drink that they make at home. It's a pretty unique place in Chennai.

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great experience

Went for their buffet lunch on a weekend. Iranian cuisine is what they say, but im not sure if its authentic. the owner was really polite and so were the waiters. There was enough variety for vegetarians and worth the price. You dont get so many varieties for a 500 bucks buffet these days. Calm place and yeah i would say that the lack of music is a pro here. Set in an outdoor decor, the place is a treat for any romantic. Except for the dog that was roaming about and i couldnt help but give it some of our food (probably because it was a buffet :D) and the insects that trouble you at times....overall a great place to go, take the buffet and not the a-la-carte menu!

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Excellent

Shiraz is a place one should go to spend nice Quality Time! i went thr last mnth with my family.. and totally loved the place.. Its nice, quiet and very cool (I mean the temperature there is nice n cool coz of the awesome greenery around there.. and this means a lot esp since its in Chennai!!!)

Take a nice 4-5 break on sunday and head out here.. the food is great here too. and the starters are awesome.. the longer u hang around there, the greater the variety of food u will see laid out there.. (they keep adding new starters/fruits/drinks/desserts)..

I loved the place and found the buffet to be of good value for money too.. and don't miss the gallery in the adjoining building.. great pictures there :)

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1.0

When I say "Its lame", It's the polite me talking.

Let me warn you. It may come across that I am a shrewd individual.

Believe me, it is intentional.

Took me a while to find this flee infested joint which is known to many as a "couples retreat" *rolling eyes*. To go on, was being chased to order for juice when I all I wanted at that point in time was just tea (which was the only beverage available, apart from juice of course!!)

Let me make it easy for you, here is the Pros & Cons list :

Pros :
1) not crowded (I wonder why???)
2) it's really quiet (a polite way of saying "No music" )
3) Did I tell you that it's really quiet ???

Cons :
1) Hand written menu and bill (with service tax) ..... Really?!!
2) Mosquito lover's paradise.
3) Keep ordering or get the "eff out" attitude (when there's nothing available from the menu provided).

Enough said!

I don't want to be too honest. Or should I?

One thing I fail to understand. How did this place get soo many "likes"??

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Simply Divine...

Text from friend - Have you been to Moonrakers?

Me: yes, ages ago with you!

Friend: Ah, would you wanna go again, this time with P in tow[her nearly 3yr old adorable brat]?

Me: yayy, lets go!



I was at her house by 5.30, we were packed and ready to scoot by 5.45.. And as we wove around the city traffic, we caught up on "life this week" and during the conversation somehow chat steered towards Shiraz cafe and that i had not visited the place. We drove down till Mahabs, did a U turn and drove into the lane that houses the Cholamanadalam Artists village.



I had visited the village with uncle aunt and cousin nearly a year ago, but the cafe was shut then. Last nite we parked near the Cafe entrance, and made a beeline for one of the comfy looking sofas inside. There was plenty of outdoor seating as welll, but it was dark and my friend preferred being in a lit place, esp with the little one running around...



Shiraz Cafe is an Iranian Cafe where they serve up quite a range of Arabic,Greek, Lebanese- Middle eastern and Iranian food.



The café is run by Farhad and Nasrin – a charming & friendly couple who hail from Iran, but have been in India for over 30years. Farhad mentioned that he took care of the art workshop while Nasrin manages/cooks/plays the role off the perfect hostess at the cafe.



The bright yellow wall paper with the mosaic like patterns, the cute little tea pots, the vibrant red flowers in the vase, shelves laden with crockery, amidst which i spotted a tea pot, and right on top was a toy Motorbike... and ofcourse the music flowing in the back ground was just the perfect mood and setting. There was a huge table with a glass top that had engravings of patterns in vivid colours, while mirror with adornments were found on the walls, each of which reflected the love for art and colours the couple had.. Not to forget the cute doggie- Topoli, that curled up and slept like a baby against the wall under a table.



As we walked in, we were greeted with star shaped cookies that just melted in our mouth. We were also offered a Granita kind of a drink made with Pink Guava, Barley water and Tulsi Seeds. It was such a refreshing drink...

Nasrin told us they close at 8pm these days, and asked if we wanted to have dinner there [a fixed menu of veg food]...

1st course was a thick creamy soup that was quite filling- i could taste onion, garlic, herbs, yoghurt and few other mysterious yet tasty ingredients..



Pita bread and hummus followed next, except here the Pita bread was toasted and looked like Nachos.. The Hummus was rich and quite delicious...



As we chatted with some of the other guests, the waiter brought out our meal in cute little bowls- There were 3 kinds of rice- Sprouts and Candied orange peel rice; Dil rice; and plain rice. It was served along with quite an array of side dishes Black Dal curry; Potato peas and paneer curry and there was a brinjal dish[which neither of us liked much]. And then came the sinful Tzatziki of sorts- rich fresh yoghurt with Cucumber and herbs...



It was a sinful delicious meal.. The food was just perfect, the gravies were not filled with masala or oil...

We ended the meal with a taste of the Apple Cake and Marble chocolate cake and then a cup of hot Iranian Tea [mint and sugar].. I actually asked Nasrin if the Tea had honey, but she sweetly smiled and said "no, it is the mix of Mint and sugar that gives it the richness, many ask me if it is honey, and i could simply lie and say yes, but i dont... am glad you like it.."

The meal for two costed us Rs735 [Rs700 +Tax-Rs35] which i thought was quite reasonable considering the spread they had served us. Apparently their Sunday buffet is a Must visit!!



It is the ideal place to go chill, have some good food, enjoy music, or maybe a stroll after the meal around the village, down to the beach....

Ambiance- 4.5/5

Food- 4/5

Price- 4/5

Service 4/5

Overall Experience- 4.75/5



Timings:

Shiraz is open from 11am to 8p.m through the week. Sunday brunch costs Rs. 400 per head.

Call Nasrin on 98405 72126 for reservations.



Address:

+91 9840572126
Inside Cholamandalam Artist's Village, Injambakkam, East Coast Road, Chennai

Directions:

As you head down ECR, drive past VGP and keep an eye out for FOOD WORLD store on the left.. This is about 1km ahead of the ECR Toll booth.. Once you see Food world, turn left into the narrow path and drive straight down. You will see Cholamandal Artists village board on the main road and inside the lane as well. There is a seperate entrance to the Cafe, a small gate...

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4.0

Quiet and cosy dining away from all the noise!!

Shiraz cafe, name inspired by the Iranian city of Shiraz, is not so much a popular place in Chennai, and definetly not for someone looking for a bashful restaurant. Instead a very quiet and cosy place in the middle of a lovely garden, amidst chirping birds and trees, it is a fine place 2 dine.........lovely peaceful ambience........best reserved for romantic getaways........

We went there on a weekday evening, to grab a quick light refreshment.We were welcomed warmly by the host, an Iranian lady, who is the designer of this cafe. She enquired our preferences and suggested we try the hummus and pita bread, one of their specialties. We ordered that along with a garlic toast.

I should say, it was quite a different taste from what we normally are used to, and we enjoyed our snack, you really cannot hear the noise of vehicles and people inside here, ONE REASON WHY WE LOVED THE PLACE!!

There is indoor and outdoor seating, we chose 2 sit outdoors, but the only problem with that is the mosquitoes, aside from that, no negative comments.

The 2nd reason we were impressed with the place is the host, a really polite and hospitable lady, upon completion of our food, she invited us to try her Shiraz tea and a cookie made of chickpea and rosewater ( I SIMPLY LOVED IT!! IT WAS SO SOFT AND MELT IN THE MOUTH), that cookie is a must try for anyone going there.......

they don't advertise, they are just there for whoever knows the place, i recommend the place a must try for anyone purely bcoz of my pleasant experience

prices are reasonable, i found the garlic toast slightly overpriced, but the other dished might seem over priced to some, I would say this is because of the quality of the food (which is never compromised) and because of the ingredients involved (such as rosewater, saffron , olive oil etc.)

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Real value for money

me and couple of my friends had been there on a lazy sunday evening. though it is too far from where we stay, the food was surely worth our efforts. for the kind of food they served and the ambience they had it was a real worth of money. am really glad i got to know place and got to taste some real good Iranian cuisine. hope to be there again sometime soon

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Healthy and Affordable

The Sunday brunch for 500 rupees is fantastic. Such a large spread, both veg and non veg. Yummy fresh juices with loads of ice. Awesome desserts. Not the regular stuff - very healthy and different although it takes a while to get used to the flavors. However, there's only outdoor seating with a few fans, although its lovely by the trees and garden, its wayy too hot for Chennai.

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Good, but not really Iranian

This post is going to be in verse,
Apologies if this makes you curse.

Enough of this, let us begin.
For this week's review, we tried some Iranian cuisine (?)
Drive down Eee Cee aaR,
And you shall spot, many restaurants claiming to serve food from lands afar.

Of Persian heritage is the Cafe Shiraz,
The setting is pretty and the crowds sparse.
The fruit slush which greeted us is exactly what we need (ed),
Cold, soothing and especially fascinating was the Chia Seed.

To whet our appetites they gave us some fried veggies and paneer skewer(s),
Far from Iranian, the food seemed to be from lands near.
They also served hummus, which was good,
But all through I kept wondering, where is the promised Iranian food?!

For the main course they had a decent spread,
Looking at us, they must have figured we are well fed.
There was much rice, and an eggplant dish,
Something that looked liked dal. On a spinach bed they served some fish.
For those who want a meatier feast,
There was lamb and beef.

While I found it hard to discern authentic Persian food,
I had someone from the fair land in my hood.
I hear that in Iran,
Food is flavoured with much saffron and sweet anars from Sistan.
While some dishes are similar,
The food isn't as Indian-ny as they made it appear.

As accompaniments they served us panir/fresh white cheese,
And the raitha-esque Masto-Khair, Both of which did please.

Then there was something sweet,
With great gusto, the Bastani-e Za'far?ni (Persian ice cream) did we eat.
Rosewater and some clotted cream did set it apart,
But it must be sandwiched in crispy waffles, to truly perfect the art.

We washed this down with some lemony tea and freshly baked cake,
Stuffed, we were rendered immobile in it's wake.

Despite its questionable authenticity, I am going to say,
Make your reservations, go for the Sunday buffet.
Kick back, relax have a good meal,
Revel in the hospitality, enjoy the pervading lazy feel.

It's well worth the money, not too heavy on the pocket,
The whole package is one of the better ones in the market.

Pricing: Rs. 500 per person

For more pictures, and more reviews, visit my blog!!

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2.0

nothing special

Nothing Iranian.

Are mosquitos included in Iranian Foods???

Chai was okay. Too much of masala and colou in Pilaf.

Nothing special and a normal menu we get in local malayalee muslim hotels and restaurants.


Buhari and palm Shore has more Iranian menu than this Shiraz cafe.

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2.0

not much to say

Found few youngsters enjoying Hookah and trying to spend some time with the accompanied person.

Lady owner shouting at their staffs in Hindi.

Place is quite green. But we went around 8pm and we were invited by lots of mosquitos.

Pilaf they served was not that good compared to any other Iranian foods. It was too dry and much of saffron scented.

Kebabs are okay.

The waiters can't understand english or proper hindi.

The order taker was helping them quite often. Too much of time wasted and found bit expensive for the kind of foods they serve.

Not exactly the Iranian style. Its a mixture of Mughlai and Hyderabadi.

Rose tinted sherbat was much of essence and not exactly the extract.

Dont expect more from this place.

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5.0

Yummy Iranian food in an idyllic setting

I’ve been to Iran many a time & love Iranian fare. When I heard there was an Iranian restaurant in Chennai, I made a beeline to Cholamandalam, where this resto is located.
After a few bites, I was wondering why I hadn’t heard of Shiraz Café earlier!

Delicious authentic Iranian food, infamous Iranian hospitality & an outdoor ambience which will make you loll around for hours…

Nasreen conceptualised & owns Shiraz Café, a restaurant where the cooking is done by an Iranian too! Where else can you get Iranian food more authentic… except in Shiraz??
The Iranians are known for their hospitality. Nasreen is very warm and friendly, which adds to the entire experience. Candy, their dog, welcomes patrons too!

The Hummus was excellent, the main course delectable, and the Apple pie – wow! I ate many more yummies but can’t remember their names.

There is some beautiful stained glass work done inside Shiraz Café, painstakingly made by Nasreen’s talented husband Farhad. He has done a lot of stained glass work, which now adorns homes and offices across India.
The “Tree of Life” done in blue stained glass is absolutely wonderful. Persian design at its best!

The food, ambience, service and location was all par excellence! I strongly recommend this restaurant to one an all - a refreshing change from the usual.
Shiraz Café is a great place to just chill out with friends, family …. Or just by yourself.

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madan80

44 Reviews

November 23,2010

4.0

Relaxed sunday lunch!

never having tasted iranian food before, I jumped at the opportunity of trying out a new cuisine. And so we jumped into a friends car and headed down ECR, with the only instruction that "its inside cholamandaman" on reaching the artist's village, we drove, trying to a)look for a sign which resembled a restaurant and b)a restaurant. finally on turning the corner we saw this huge gazeebo, and concluded this is the only restaurant looking place.
thinking that we might be late, we went in, to find them still laying out the buffet. Being a sunday, we decided to "chill out" and well, the ambiance allows you to do just that. a very relaxed setup, open air and the plates being arranged inside, we took our sugarcane juice and relaxed till the food was served.
We were there for a good three hours almost, but no complaints, the humus is now my favorite dish! i devoured a lot with some peta bread.
The vegetables were well presented, the meat was well cooked, and the flavors were unique.

I forgot the names of most dishes but the taste remains.

the hosts were most gracious, and it never did feel like a restaurant, but if you asked for water, it came and the suleman tea was superb.

for a lunch buffet of its quality yet slightly limited spread, INR 400, seemed very reasonable.

All and all, i will go there again.

Ambience- 4/5 - relaxed and open air.
Food - 5/5 - you could make out the quality ingredients. The meat was well cooked and the vegetables were fresh.
Experience- 4/5
Overall - 4/5

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4.0

warm and friendly ambience; delectable fare

So this friend of mine could'nt stop raving about this very neatly tucked away little Iranian cafe inside the Cholamandalam Artists Village and I decided to give it a shot. Driving through maddening traffic along the ECR, I finally reached, a-mumbling-rumbling, the Shiraz Cafe by late noon. Our group of 4 hardly expected to find anything there, especially since the whole place bore a very deserted look. But as we realized that is part of the charm of the Shiraz Cafe. A very affable and friendly Iranian lady greeted us and almost like a very affectionate aunt, took us through the menu and said she would "prepare something for us!!" we were going to have to trust her on her culinary skills!
We took a stroll around the art gallery and came back into the cafe, very hungry and ravenous. There was a beautiful garden set up outside but the interiors was done up like a charming little Iranian living room with a large round table that reminded me of the big family dinner tables back home. Our guava crush quenched us and by far, that is the tastiest guava crush ever made on the planet earth! the soup was a revelation by itself. A mezze platter made a brief appearance but the contents disappeared as quickly as it came. Prawns, pita bread and eggplant along with a variety of sauces and dips were a part of the platter (we requested mainly vegetarian fare). The hummous was perfect and the garlic dip was the star of the evening. By the time our main courses came we were already so full! But a hot plate of buttered rice with chicken kebabs, oven roasted eggplants and bhindi and a veg salad was enough to keep us going..the kebabs were mildly spiced and all the food was very light with the focus being on flavour and flavour only.
So, a belt buckle or two later, we chilled out as the sun set in the horizon and sat among the greens outside. This mound of home made ice cream is placed before us and only then did we realize that she had preserved the best for the last. The last of the ice cream was licked off the bottom, much to the smiles of the waiting staff with a grin that said, "yeah, this happens here all the time!". A cup of hot Turkish tea. blended with lemon and herbs, completed the meal and helped our tummies settle for the long drive back home.
This whole meal for four cost under a 1000 bucks, which is a simply outstanding deal for Mediterranean food. Definitely a place I would go back to!

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rajivn

1 Reviews

November 14,2010

3.0

Serene and laid back

My friend was madly in love with this place and thought I would feel the same. On his recommendation, I made a plan to go there with a girl friend after a noon movie.

We located and entered around 4.45pm. Its a good time to walk into a cafe of this kind. The cafe is in the back lawn of Cholamandalam Art Gallery. First Impression - Is this the place my friend was raving about. Its so simple. Not a soul around. But decided to let the impression whither away and let the experience form an impression

Looked around the cafe before we sat. It is simple, casual and laid back. Nothing fancy or interesting. Maybe that was the intention. The chairs and tables are spread in a big lawn that has lot of trees and plants. Its calm and serene. I am a lover of open spaces and I love such cafes ,so needless to say I liked the ambience.

Simplicity is the idea and you would be stunned to discover they do not have a menu card as such. Ask the waiter for choices, and he would give a few choices like - Irani Chai, cake and wraps. We ordered their signature drink Irani chai and a veg Wrap. It was quickly served. Impressed. Both were good. The Irani chai was unique but nothing outstanding and Veg Wrap was really good. Later we ordered a cake and waiters took quite some time to serve it. Not impressed. Loved the cake, nevertheless. About, food in general - It is good in general.

We were relaxing and chatting sipping tea and taking bites of Veg wrap. It would have been really pleasant had not there been these uninvited guests - Mosquitoes. It was annoying. Asked the waiter to do something about it, he sprinkled some Baygon liquid, but it hardly mattered to the mosquitoes that were in full force to feast on the rare customer that walks in there.(no offence, Charm of the place lies in less crowd). We were so irritated after awhile that we decided to move in to the closed hall. The kitchen is actually attached to the hall. Its a hall with minimum furniture that you are confused whether one can sit there or those little furnitures are showpieces. We finally sat in a couch inside, chilled out for awhile before we decided to leave around 6:30.

Overall, a good, pleasant and secluded place away from the hustle and bustle of the city. No or less people. Dogs and birds give you company. Thats the charm of the place. Good place for a lazy sunday afternoon time with friends or a relaxed time with your girl. I hope the owners do something about the Mosquitoe annoyance. Its the same problem with other open air cafes like Anokhi, Mocha, etc. But they do provide coils or sprinkle with powerful repellants. Otherwise, its a good place, it would appeal to folks who like open air, relaxed and laid back cafe's.

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5.0

Endearing and memorable

The inconspicuous location and exterior do not prepare you for the warm and vibrant experience waiting for you once you are in. The ambiance is delightfully idyllic, and the charming hosts (and their friendly dog) spare no effort in making you feel special. The food is pleasant and the quantity sumptuous. All-in-all a charming ingredient of a memorable evening, and definitely worth many visits.

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Great Eat Out

I went to the cafe last weekend on 23rd October 2010 with my family. It was a very good and a warm feeling being there. The host was amazing. She took care of us as if she was treating her family. Never a minute did we feel like being in a restaurant. We spent close 3 hours there. The food and the hospitality was very good. I would definitely recommend people to try out this place. Also, please carry cash, they don't accept cards.

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selvasailor

1 Reviews

September 28,2010

5.0

Hospitality and service at its best

I was at the cafe a few days back for dinner with a group of friends. The food was good and the hospitality and service was the best... it felt like we are visiting a friend's home rather than out for dinner. keep up the good work

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