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It is a cute little café tucked in the 5th Avenue, Besant Nagar. A pure vegetarian place which serves fusion food with a contemporary touch. It was initially a residential apartment turned into a café. So one of the rooms have colourful walls and ottomans placed all over. The other room has simple bamboo furniture with artsy serving plates decorated on the walls. The teapot with choices of teas is your best bet when you are trying to start a conversation. The mock meat menu is an ingenious list of vegetarian preparations made to taste like barbecued chicken or fish fry. The staff usually has a cheerful demeanour while serving the diners.
06-08-2017, Sunday Located 5th Avenue, Besant Nagar, Chennai. This was one of the few places in Chennai serving Monster-Shakes. The ambience was decent and the decor & lighting were fine. The food was not that good, but the Monster-Shakes were freaking awesome. We ordered 2 of them and both had different ingredients and amazing taste. People must give a try to Posh-Nosh Caramel and Fudge Monster-Shake, Cookies and Cream Monster-Shake & Crispy Chilli Corn. People must avoid the garlic bread. Apart from that, the service was quite slow and the food was quite expensive. Overall experience was decent. Overall experience:- (3/5) Food:- (4/5) Ambience:- (3/5) Economical:- (3/5) Planning to visit again:- (3/5)
The Ashvita is always a choice when plan a quick and light food for dinner or s quick snacks. This time it was Dinner as usual It was peaceful of course, this time we had a loud chatter couple seriously discussing arts and nature in between munching. We had Broccoli Garlic Soup, corn chilli fry and pasta. The soup was soothing and garlic not sautéed well, may be would have been much tastier, if it were. The starter was spicy and good amount to fill even three, it was more for two. We expected baby corn and landed the Americans. The Red pasta was great with nice seasoning.
This place is awesome.The interiors are aesthetically done.it has formal and informal dine out.You can choose the balcony with greenery around if you want love nature.But limited tables.The soups are very good especially the coconut soup.The menu is limited with some vegan varieties also. The desert is very tasty but mostly baked items.Its a nice place than the regular eateries.The pencil painting on the walls are just lovely.There is a shop selling recycled items.
Good place for vegan options. Now they have added patisserie too. The ambiance is cozy and trendy. Being close to the beach can have a quick bite or a quiet dinner any day.
Ambiance is just about decent. Seating is not comfortable at all. You can play games if you wish. Service is slow. Worst of all is the food. Tastes horrible. Had the worst pizza and hummus sandwich ever here. And the prices are an absolute rip-off for the quality of food.
It is a common saying that sometimes the best things come in small packages. A fact proven again and again by those cute little cafes tucked into the tapestry of the city. They manage to delight us and surprise us with their mouth-watering menu and a perky cheerful ambience. What mostly drives these cafes to their popularity is their affordability, which in turn brings in abundance of young clientele. They enjoy the youth oriented market by providing the punters with a casual lively backdrop and an affordable varied menu. Located in Besant Nagar is a gem of a place that is popularly known as ‘Ashvita Nirvana’, a small homely space that is cheerfully decorated keeping the young patrons in mind. This charming little café is tucked in the 5th Avenue and is a bustling place most of the time. Its rambunctious throbbing ambience is enlivened by chirpy patrons having fun over shakes and board games.
Ashvita Nirvana is a fun little place where you can spend hours on end, either talking away or just pouring over your current bestseller. What used to be somebody’s home is transformed into one of the busiest places in the neighbourhood. Instead of one single spacious room, the café is broken into various nooks and corners, each room having its own special identity. They have cleverly decided not to change the place a lot, by keeping the personal homely element in the décor. All the rooms are renovated in such a way that it catches your eye with their bright colourful scheme. Low settees and sturdy cane furniture are added to the mix, enhancing the casual theme of the place. It’s ideal for a get-together with friends or even for a casual low-key date.
The menu of Ashvita Nirvana holds the usual café grub with an assortment of frothy shakes, loaded fries and juicy cheesy burgers. You can even stop by for a lavish scrumptious breakfast that is bound to kick-start your day on the right note. Start exploring the menu with their infamous chocolate hazelnut shake, paired with potato wedges, roasted jalapeno potatoes, onion rings, apple orange salad, dynabites, sweet potato fries, chicken salad, fish fry and BBQ chicken bites. Move along with, butter tossed pasta with olives, chili cheese toast, pesto pull-apart bread, vegetable lasagne, paneer tikka open sandwich, Thai curry with rice and roasted vegetable sandwich. Finish off with a cupcake, chocolate cake or vanilla cake.