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Located near the North Campus, GTB Nagar. This cafe/ lounge is spread across three floors with quirky interiors and comfortable seating area. Abongchiiz is popular for offering board games and comic books to their guests. Don’t forget to try their Signature Desi Sheesha which was amazing. Some of their must-have dishes are Grilled Chicken with Filo Basket, Double Patty Burger, Tandoori Momos, Paneer Tikka, Butter Chicken Pizza and Lasagne.
It was a very random decision to go to this cafe & it turned out to be just okay. *Service of the staff was good, staff was knowledgable about the menu. *Ambience is very dull & the main criteria of their ambience not being attractive is that they lack space. It is spread on 3 floors but on each floor they just have three tables. * Food is also just okay. I ordered - momos , tandoori chicken & veg Lebanese platter. Follow me on Instagram - @divyafoodaholic
Visited this outlet today. They have launched their new menu: 1) Tomato soup 2) Black current Martini 3) Death by chocolate shake 4) Masala lemonade 5) Wok honey chilly Potatoes 6) Maggi masala fries 7) Hot Peri Peri paneer tikka 8) Baked red sauce pasta 9) Pao Bhaji 10) Veg Meal Duo Also they have a new IPL menu with some interesting dishes An added advantage that this outlet gives you is the option of indoor games like ludo, uno, carrom and also special screening of IPL. It can be a great fun with friends. Definitely recommended
This place is located in Hudson Lane and I love travelling to Hudson Lane and this lane having range of such amazing food joints and food is something which I really love. so I tried out this outlet yesterday itself with some couple of my friends. the entrance and the sitting is quite interesting you can even enjoy games like chess singer Jenga Ludo while eating such good food so we all together order some coolers to refresh ourselves mine favourite was the Kiwi cooler and the black currant Mojito secondly I am in love with Di momos platter it was like a basket full of wheat momos in different flavours and American cheese open burger which was literally divine moreover I tried out the pizza it was a thin crust easy pizza in Guddu best part I really liked about this page that it is very pocket friendly and anyone can afford a good food at good price.
I've been to Hudson Place quite a few times but I really wanted to try a place which was not in the popular list. To my regret, I wish I would have gone to a recommended outlet. The place has a simple setting. The white sauce pasta was okayish, virgin mojito wasn't up to the mark, the continetal appetizer, we were told it would be served in a basket but they gave it in a foil. The pizza was way too sweet.
Looking at the ever expanding list of joints (food related one :P) at the Hudson Lane, I sometimes feel jealous of the kids studying in DU at present. While the situation is more or less the same, they are almost as cash-strapped as we were during our graduation time but the options they have for maximizing fun while minimizing the expenses are immense. Take this cafe, Abongchiiz, for example. It offers huge space so almost noone returns uncatered to from its gates, it offers games like ludo, uno etc so kids can spend hours in its air conditioned premises making bunking classes the most comfortable enjoyable experience ever, all this while keeping the cheque in check. The quirky name alone is inviting enough to give this place a dekko and once you've reached the premises for a sneak peek, there is no turning back as the beautiful decor and mouth watering fragrances of food on tables nearby will not let you take a single step away from it. In an area, where outlets are finding it hard to keep a single floor premise running, they have taken over an entire building showing their will to accommodate every single client coming their way as well as to let people enjoy once there for as long as they want to stay without feeling pressurized to leave as soon as they are done with their meal, seeing the waiting crowd outside. This is something you'll get to observe once inside as at almost table there is a group of college kids playing some kind of game or another while enjoying their sheeshas and shakes. The phrase "Getting more than your money's worth" has gotten a new address with Abongchiiz's arrival. As is the case with almost all the outlets on this lane barring a few, they don't serve alcohol as well. So the responsibility of making people leave its premises with an happy high falls on the shoulders of the kitchen and sheesha staff. Knowing that students' one of the most favorite timepass is binge watching hollywood TV series currently and that the fandom for "Game of thrones" has spread like a wildfire here, it hardly came as a surprise to me when the sheesha arrived in the shape of dragon around a tower. Tried their brain freezer flavor and not only was the visual appeal of the sheehsa fantastic but it was well prepared as well. For such a well designed place, the menu coming in the form of laminated sheets was the only thing that felt unworthy of being there. Anyhoo, the sizeable amount of dishes on offer here more than made up for a shoddy menu. We ordered for nachos and fiery potatoes from the continental section, dum puk kebab (chef's special) and veg. salt & pepper, spring rolls & tandoori momos from the section having dishes of oriental origin. Despite the name of the dishes being featured in different categories, for us they all lied in one- "safe" coz we were there for a formal-ish meet and so going for adventurous dishes that day dint seemed like that good of an idea to us. Veg. salt & pepper arrived first and seeing its simple preparation, finding a fault with it was always going to be a mission impossible. Expectedly it was made to perfection and that got further validated by the entire plate getting vanished within few sips of our drinks. The nachos came next and it was a sight to behold. The plate had so much melted mozzarella on it that the tortilla chips underneath it was barely visible. Adding to the spectacle was a generous topping of olives & kidney beans and a smooth fluidly placed sour cream on top. With all this effort the dish was bound to be a success and yes, it delivered. The fiery potatoes was one dish that wasn't able to justify its name as we found them to be way too mild for our palate. It may have been spicy for some but for us streetfood addicts it just wasn't upto that level. Spring rolls and tandoori momos are two dishes even street vendors of this area have become proficient in and so them turning out delicious as hell hardly came as a shocker to us. What infact did shock us instead was that the tandoori momos are served here minus the delicious mint chutney which we all have gotten so accompanied of having it with. For mains, we had their signature pizza and soya keema pao. As playing with shape of the pizza has become quite a trend now-a-days having various varieties like hexagonal pizza, pipe pizza etc, continuing the trend, here it came in the more conservative shape of rectangle (while it was oddly named a square pizza). Shape related ambiguity aside, there was nothing to distract in terms of flavors as it was bang on in that aspect. Ample use of bell pepper made this one one of the most colorful looking pizza. Soya keema pao was a version of pao bhajji wherein veg. bhajji made way for minced soya. We ended the meal with our beloved brownie with ice cream combo. Certainly one of the best cafes on this lane to spend some quality time with your college crush or lounge around with your campus gang. A must visit place!!!