Cafes

Mobydick

locationKoramangala
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International Cuisines & Elegant Decor: This Quaint Little Cafe In The City Has It All

Arun posted on 05 April

What Makes It Awesome

I visited this quaint cafe across 2 levels in Koramangala upon a friend's suggestion. The decor caught my attention, those double height ceiling with two large chandeliers and hanging Edison lights, adds a lot to the rustic charm of this cafe and most importantly, keeps the place well lit & Instagram friendly. But don’t let the cafe style decor fool you, the menu is quite expansive, ranging from Indian and Italian to Indonesian and Thai cuisine. Not to mention their dessert & drinks menu that offered a great variety. We order the Tiramisu Cold Frappe, the mild flavour of hazelnut made the coffee delicious but didn't blend well with the liquid Tiramisu. For starters, we ordered the highly recommended Signature Garlic Bread, which was a whole thin crust pizza baked but like a garlic bread, something that's a little unusual in this part of the world. The layer of cheese on the thin crust, encrusted with garlic & some peppers was perfectly cooked and tasted absolutely delicious. Oh, and it disappeared within seconds. We even ordered the Mac N Cheese Samosa, it gave an American twist to our humble samosas, tasted wonderful with the accompanying sauce. And the fact that the Mac N Cheese was intact within the samosa’s flaky crust was the best. For mains, we ordered the Black Pepper Fettuccine with Wild Mushrooms, and Sakhi, our friendly host, helped us order a small bowl of Thai Green Curry {vegetarian version, minus the rice}. While we asked to customise the pasta to make it a little creamier, the wild mushroom flavours were beautifully mellowed by the sauce, with the fettuccine perfectly cooked. And the accompanied garlic bread was better than the one we ordered. The Thai curry was as good as you would get in an authentic Thai restaurant, if not better. This definitely led to an ad hoc ordering of another proper portion with rice. I must admit, it was one of the best I had in a long time. For desserts, we ordered the Hazelnut Chocolate Mousse and for someone like me, who isn’t very fond of desserts and a very few preferences, Chocolate Mousse is like an obsession. I am not sure if it was the beautifully aerated but firm mousse, the hazelnut touch, or the rice crispies in-between that made it perfect. Oh, and their Salted Caramel Cheesecake is a must try too.

What Could Be Better?

Parking, but hey that’s an issue in Bangalore.

How Much Did It Cost?

INR 1,000 - INR 3,000.

Best To Go With?

Family, Big Group, Bae, and Kids.

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Cafes

Mobydick

Location Details
locationKoramangala

45, 4th Cross, 5th Block, Koramangala, Bengaluru

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Cafes

Mobydick

locationKoramangala