Café Delhi Heights- Lower Parel

✒RATINGS:
Ambience: 4.5/5
Food: 4/5
Service: 3.5/5
Value for money: 3/5
Overall: 4/5

✒LOCATION:
It is located at The High Street Phoenix Mall, Lower Parel  near Festival Square.

✒LOOK & FEEL:


The best part about their ambience is that they have kept all the age groups in mind while designing it. As you enter to your right is a section with tables with cushions, khatya etc. for young college crowd to chill. As you cross that section you come across this section which has a Big Bar counter on left side, decorated with big wine glasses and bottles. To your right is a section which gives you a luxury feeling. Separate TV screens for these tables was the eye catching point.

✒WHAT YOU SHOULD TRY?
Nimbu Anar Shinkanjvi, Banta Soda, Country Style cottage Cheese and Chilli, Pasta, Ratatouille, Chocos Brownie Milk Shake, Strawberry Milk Shake, Chocolate Mud Cake.

✒WHAT WE HAD?
Nimbu Anar Shikanjvi, Minty Lemonade, Chilli Cheese Toast, Country Style cottage Cheese and Chilli, Ratatouille.

✒HOW WAS IT?
⚡NIMBU ANAR SHIKANJVI:

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The killer combination of anar juice with whole anar, tangy taste of lemon and the tinge of mint will refresh you as soon as you sip it. Just loved it..!!

⚡MINTY LEMONADE:

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A simply yet tasty option with perfect amount of sweetness and spices. The flavor of Mint leaves in the lemonade tastes very well.

⚡CHILLI CHEESE TOAST:

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Crunchy brown bread pieces with a good amount of cheese and bell peppers on it were grilled till perfection. The pieces of green chilies gives the perfect amount of spice required.

⚡COUNTRY STYLE COTTAGE CHEESE & CHILLI:

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Crunchy Cottage Cheese cubes which were tender from inside, Bell Peppers, Onions cooked with sauce which was sweet as well as spicy to taste. If you are a paneer lover and enjoy sweet as well as spicy taste you cannot miss to order this one..!

⚡RATATOUILLE:

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French stewed exotic vegetables cooked in red sauce and served with fried rice having parsley and garlic in it. Both the veggies and rice when had together complimented each other very well. Must Try..!

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