All the dishes served here are in-house curated and the catchy dishes name on the menu has got a story to tell. I started my meals with "Onion Rings", served with homemade dips (Garlic Mayo, Spicy Mayo, Basil Mayo, Homemade Mustard and homemade tomato ketchup). The Le 51 inspired by Pastis (french spirit) is star anise and licorice-flavored drink acted as a perfect supplement of water for me. The "Cheese Toast" served with homemade fresh cheese on a slice of toasted bread is a recommended dish.
I tried a few of their vegetarian and a lot of non-vegetarian Paninis and absolutely loved "Jean", having spicy mayo, bacon, feta cheese, fried onions, and salad. The "Velouté Soup", a bowl of homemade soup of potato, pumpkin, and carrot, served with a slice of bread was savory and an ideal appetizer.
For the dessert, I had a "Caramel Cream Cup with Biscuits", this was something new and the biscuits complemented the sweetness of caramel cream. I also tried a "Homemade Dark Chocolate Crepe" and a "Salted Caramel & Biscuit Crepe", this being my favorite.
This is a great place to try some french food with a twist. Everything here is homemade and they hardly outsource a raw material, which makes the food more unique. The homemade dips served here are highly recommended and I'm gonna come back especially for them. The ambiance is very peaceful and gives a vibe of French street cafes.