Love anything to do with art? We have just the place for you. Pablo The Art Café & Lounge in Turbhe celebrates their food & drinks in an artistic way and is the perfect place for people who have an eye for the finer things in life. It’s located close to Turbhe station and is in close proximity to major IT parks and the upcoming IKEA. Furthermore, it’s just a 5 minute drive from the Palm Beach road. The café pays tribute to the famous Spanish artist – Pablo Picasso and its ambience seamlessly transitions from what his studio would look like to what his art gallery would display. If you haven’t visited the place yet, here’s what you should know.
The café is spacious and has ample natural lighting during the day, making it an ideal space for individuals opting to work out of their offices or those who wish to spend their relaxed afternoons. Whether you want to sit back with a book or indulge in long conversations with your friends, the ambience is just perfect.
What more? Plenty of Picasso’s renditions all around the cafe that will not only trigger the artist in you but also leave you enjoying the eccentric. What caught our attention the most were these 3 unique art pieces - Les Demoiselles d’Avignon (The Young Ladies of Avignon), Ma Jolie (My Pretty Lady) which a Cubist style of painting of a woman holding a guitar & Guernica - arguably Picasso’s most famous work of art and also his most powerful political statement. The café also has on display other exquisite art pieces, namely ceramic sculptures, plate drawings and single line sketches. Your Instagram feed will thank us later for this!
The food options are pretty good for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians. The menu here mainly comprises of European and modern Indian dishes. The cocktail menu dives deeper into the life of Pablo Picasso in a way wherein each cocktail has a backstory related to the artist and his masterpieces. We tried one of Pablo's signature dishes called ‘Seafood Paella’ which is a traditional Spanish preparation that consists of saffron infused rice with calamari, prawns and clams. Next up we had Pollo Khello which was chicken breast with stuffed mushroom and cheese along with refreshing cocktails like Harlequin Red and Love of Thieves. The food was lip-smackingly good and the drinks were even better. The staff here is extremely courteous and friendly, so make sure you have a chat with them when it comes to picking what works best for you.