Marzipan Cafe And Bakery aces with their Greek Moussaka and stellar desserts. Plus, the owner and Greek expat Kiki Petriti is genuinely friendly and polite. Some of the giant quotes written on the walls of the cheerful cafe might befuddle you, but the white and blue decor (Mediterranean colours), comfortable seating, with even some cane swing-like chairs thrown in, make for a cozy set up. The dessert bay with its display of cakes, pies, cheesecakes, and cupcakes will make you salivate and how. Look no further than the Greek specials here. Order their Hummus with Pita Chips for starters which is priced at INR 60 or their Caprese Tart at INR 100. For mains, start with the Greek Salad (comes in both Chicken and Vegetarian options) and order a Souvlaki (chicken and falafel), a Greek dish made out of meat and vegetables on a skewer at INR 300.
The Moussaka is a clear winner here with layers of absolutely delicious chicken mince, aubergines, potatoes, all baked together with lots of cheese and Béchamel sauce. Talking about dessert, order their Chocolate Mud Pie as it is gooey, fudgy, messy and comes with Belgian bittersweet chocolate goodness. Also, try their Banoffee and Marzipan cake while you are there. They also have an all-day breakfast menu that consists of two eggs (omelette, sunny side up, boiled) with hash browns, chicken sausages or corn and they also have a breakfast wrap which is basically is a tortilla wrap with omelette (both chicken and vegetarian) priced at INR 140 upwards. We are sure that the desserts here alone will have you coming back. But the good-natured host and her Greek food are other attractions.