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There is a distinct middle eastern touch to the menu here. Come here in the afternoons and it is a nice airy café, come evenings and it transforms to a hip place for the millennials. So while you are going through some hookah options, here is what you can try off the menu. Start with the soups if you like – the 'Cream of Broccoli' and the 'Mutton Shorba'. The 'Grilled Chicken Salad' is also a good bet. The 'Wedges with Paprika' is a nice dish to munch on as is the 'Garlicky Mushroom'. The 'Chicken Satay' is a nice crowd pleaser. Getting into the bigger meals – the burgers are good, with the 'Cheese Blast Chicken Burger' and the 'Lamb and Cheese Burger' being good bets. Interesting options for the vegetarians are the 'Spinach and Potato Burger' and the 'Mushroom and Spinach Burger' are nice options. The pizzas are thin crust and are nice – think 'Margherita', 'Creamy Mushroom', 'Peri-Peri Chicken' and very thoughtfully the 'Half and Half' – where you split a pizza into 2 toppings. And if you really want to go old school, then opt for the 'Maggi'. The Bowls have simple meals that take the hassle out of ordering and are substantial meals in one go. Teas, Coffees, Milkshakes and heavy duty shakes are all up for grabs.
Main cuisine served at The Arabesque Cafe is Chinese,European,Italian.
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₹600 (approx.) for two at The Arabesque Cafe.
No, The Arabesque Cafe serves both veg and non-veg dishes.
The Arabesque Cafe restaurant timing For Today : 10:00 AM to 01:00 AM
No, The Arabesque Cafe does not serve buffet.
No, The Arabesque Cafe does not serve alcohol.
No, The Arabesque Cafe doesn't play live music.