Olly's New Winter Menu Is All About Guilt-Free Indulgence!

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What Makes It Awesome

Soft ambient music, greens on every table, and artisanal coffee… There’s literally every reason to get excited about Olly. They are hoping to become everyone’s home away from home in an area that’s come to be synonymous with hurried office-goers. We really hope they all find respite from those Excel sheets and manic meetings over salads and pizzas. And their new menu is exactly what will do the trick!

We went to try out their winter menu, and while they've added a ton of new dishes, we only tried a handful (their Bailey's Irish Cream Coffee had us feeling pretty full, in hindsight). Olly has always been a little biased towards healthy eaters, but it is Olive bistro at heart, and so, their pastas and pizza are every bit delicious and satisfying. They've been serving stellar pizza since they opened up shop, but they just added Pollo to the mix. It's a pizza that has a cheesy white sauce base, and is topped with chicken and spinach. The crust is crispy and light, and the toppings are generous.

Their bruschetta comes with four different toppings on sourdough long bread, and tastes even better than it looks! It's so colourful, we didn't have the heart to eat it, but when we did, it was polished off within minutes. The starters also have a new, Lebanese addition - Grilled Greek Chicken. It's a beautiful chicken dish that comes with soft pita and tzatziki. We also tried what they call a 'Goodness Bowl' (it was the name that had us sold!). However, as much as we love clean eating, this one was a bit too healthy for us.

For dessert, we had the Tiramisu. Honestly, it was so good, that we would legit walk all the way to Gurgaon if the trek promised a portion of their Tiramisu at the end of it. And also, we cannot recommend their hot chocolate, and Irish cream coffee enough. It's the perfect accompaniment to your meal on a cold winter day!

What Could Be Better

Honestly, we feel that the food at Olly is a little expensive. We'd have to save up a bit to indulge in the delicacies they serve here.


It tends to get super crowded on Sundays, especially during brunch hours. We recommend you call them up in advance and book a table.