Having set foot inside, the 33-seater cafe acts as a perfect host to get all your attention and get you engrossed in the elementary decor cross-hatched with white and green. Upholstered wooden furniture's shadowing the brown floor tiles & vintage windows look traditional and lend a hint of urban lifestyle. There is a community table for small get-togethers, personal tables for intimate conversations, and combined tables for big groups. The ambience is perfect for any day mood.
Le Cafe has paid more attention to the menu than interiors. The menu is a classic example of everything under one roof, with unique specialities to taste. Irrespective of your eating preferences (veg or non-veg), there are enough options to pick from.
For drinks there is Mango Smoothie with mango cream & ice-cream, Tango made up of thyme, malta orange & cranberry juice and fresh Watermelon Juice. The salads are worth every bite be it Watermelon and Feta Salad consisting of citrus honey mint, feta and nuts or Warm Kale Salad With Dates & Almond.
On any given day, their quick bites can be quickly finished with pride. You can get started with Crispy Nachos with veggies & cheese, Hummus Platter with fibre pita & lavash, Chermoula Cottage Cheese Skewers with grilled cubed cottage skewers & chilli paste, Oven-Baked Stuffed Mushroom with button mushrooms & spinach and Tomato Mozzarella Bruschetta.
If there is still some space left, try their Chicken Tikka Pizza & Four Cheese Pizza. For mains, there is Veg Stroganoff, Baked Mac & Cheese and Three Mushrooms Risotto.
Be it humid summer or monsoons, their desserts can be relied upon, and if sugar is not a constraint for you, then you've all the rights to tasty Hazelnut Chocolate, Vanilla Panna Cotta, Warm Carrot Cake, Blueberry Cheesecake & Chocolate Marquise.
Le Cafe takes you on the culinary journey from India to Europe with multiple foods stops worth remembering every bit. So I am saying, head straight to this place for a great experience.