Situated on the bustling Madhapur road, it’s not hard to spot the vibrant little outlet with a bright colourful board. On entering, we spot café-inspired seating with wooden chairs and tables. The walls have framed pictures of the kinds of churros served, and caption boards about food. There’s also a huge illustration of butterfly wings, perfect for your Instagram feed. The outlet has two counters — Toro Churro and Gaazab. While the former serves churros, Gaazab offers shakes and Continental cuisine.
All the churros served are 100 per cent vegetarian. The menu offers quite a varied range covering original churros, savoury, signature, churro cup sundae, lángos (Hungarian fried flatbread) and fancy churros. The first one to arrive is I Heart Churros. Fried in the shape of a heart, churros are topped with strawberry sauce and sprinkles — this one is strictly for those who don’t mind a sugar rush.