Patios - Progressive Vegetarian Kitchen wins for its mouth watering vegetarian 'modern' Indian street food, dimsums, sushi and curries. Their multi-cuisine fare including Indian, Asian and Continiental which means there is something for everyone. Located right next to Starbucks on 4th Block, Patios is airy, full of greenery and an illusion of space is created because of big glass windows. Soup lovers, the Bun Nuoc Soup is a winner for its tart tamarind flavour and light rice noodles. Pair that with the Scallion and Smoked Cheese Paddu that is served with a smoked tomato chutney. You could also try the Green Peas Hummus served with a khakra or the Curried Upma Mozzarella Croquets for a welcoming twist to the south-Indian staple.
For mains, we recommend the Old Delhi Style Soya Bhurji for a masala loaded flavour bomb. If you are adventurous and don't mind hybrid gone extreme, try out the Penne Paneer Makhani which has penne pasta cooked in this rich buttery gravy. For those of you wanting Asian flavours, go for their Massaman Curry that is essentially a spicy and rich vegetable stew that has a distinct flavour of coconut milk.
End your meal here with Che Thai, a Vietnamese street favourite, with fruit, coconut jelly, coffee jelly, all on a bed of shaved coconut milk ice. It's not the sweetest dessert, but light, refreshing and helps greatly if you're trying to recover from the spice of your meal. If you want to end your meal on an Indian note, have their Saffron Rasmalai with Milk Air for a modern take on an Indian classic dessert. A meal for two will cost you around INR 1,800.