This popular café is the in place for the youth of the city. On the weekends this cafe is lined up with young men and women waiting to get inside the café with waiting stretching for as much as an hour. In fact, it is crowded on most other days also. The café has nice coupe seating arrangements on one side and there is also an enclosure with low seating arrangement for a small group close to the entrance. One whole wall has Cafe Baraco displayed on the wall. It has an open kitchen and good wooden furniture. The place has mobile chargers on all its tables. It is a vegetarian eatery and it also serves Jain food. Start with a 'French Kiss' - Cranberry and grape juice with Bubblegum syrup. If you are not into that flavour, there are many other beverages to choose from. 'Malfatti-Spinach' and 'Cheese Balls in Pesto Sauce' is a great starter here. Other dishes which are great choices are 'Ravioli Provenzale' and 'Baraco Baked Puff Au Gratin Pasta' which the café says is a must-try and you have a whole lot of wood-fired pizzas to choose from.