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The little sister of fine-dining Italian, Diva, this is Chef Ritu Dalmia’s cheaper, more casual multicuisine cafe. Packed out during the day with ladies who lunch, it is easier to get a table in the evenings when the atmosphere is marginally more formal. You will find such Diva favourites as the classic spaghetti with oregano and tomato (Rs 380) and a delicate burrata-filled ravioli. But there are also salads, sandwiches and Indian dishes. The decor is stolen from London’s Le Caprice and Dalmia tries to infuse the restaurant with a similar trendy vibe. Like Le Caprice, Cafe Diva excels at simple dishes: sausages with mash, fish and chips, and excellent pizzas. The Indian food is interesting but less successful.
The bread basket and the superb olive oil made for a very good start. Just that with sea salt can be a whole meal for me. Olio Aglio, on the other hand, did not come to life. Other pasta, pizza, salad quite good. Wasn't blown away but the food quality is good.
Cafe Diva. Of Ritu Dalmia's fame. I have her recipe book of Italian Khana Recipes and I have always admired her. Thanks to my cousins And Jun and Indrani, they brought me to the Cafe Diva Cafe and the food was as promising As I had expected. My cousins have an autistic son, and the service led by Dinesh was courteous and full of cheer and he bought unlimited supply of bread for him because that's what Nano likes the best. We had ordered : Asian style Prawn soup with a mildly flavoured coconut milk Olio aglio (Veg and Italian Sausage) Parma Ham Pizza Pulled Pork Ravioli Bruschetta Grilled Aubergines in olive oil Baileys Mousse Tiramusu New York Cheese Cake. Good food, great service, and lovely Ambience And Oh, the wine was an Australian Wine. Excellent. #Goodfood #GoodPeople #djeats #cafediva #ritudalmia #delhifooddiaries
I had been thinking of visiting this cafe for quite some time . Vietnamese rice paper vegetable roll were good.the other dish Ravioli was disaster.,pasta was hard and didn't look fresh ,we called the chef and it was replaced by other dish gnocchi which was good.Pena past was normal. i really liked the last part of our food that was bailey mouse ,great over all i just found it like any other good restaurant in Delhi May be some other Diva impress me more
Cafe Diva has been our favourite since it opened. We loved the quality of ingredients, the recipes, the personal touch of the restaurant manager. Enjoyed the place for years. We have entertained many friends from overseas there. Then we tried it recently after a gap and were we disappointed! The food just didn’t taste good at all. The salad was average. The ravioli was terrible. The sphagetti sauce was so sad. It was disheartening. The chef was a young girl who seemed like a trainee. To our surprise all she had to say was next time i’ll Make sure you enjoy the meal. What about this time? Anyway we didn’t want to make much fuss. We paid. We left. Wish someone can revive this quaint lil cafe.
Terrible food and service,quality gone down tremendously,manager was terrible at his job and so were the waiters,but the worst was the food,we used to love it here but food is awful
Little sister of Chef Ritu Dalmiaâ€™s Italian restaurant Diva, â€˜CafÃ© Divaâ€™ is a smaller but attention worthy restaurant meant for ladies seeking to grab a bite between shopping sprees. Inspired from Londonâ€™s Le Caprice the restaurant is smart place to go if you want to impress friends with delicious food. Small but packs a punch Chef Dalmia has left no stones unturned to make it a success. The restaurant is designed in a casual elegant way to seem more warm and inviting. Dimly lit the restaurant makes a good choice for intimate conversations and romantic dates. The booth like sofas have ample space to lean back in and deposit all your shopping bags. CafÃ© Diva is located in GK-1, N block market, New Delhi which is a very popular place for youth to hang out. The neighbouring M block market is a trendy place so lot of crowd gets pulled into this wonderful restaurant.
Chef Dalmia has made sure of the quality of the food put out from the kitchen. The delicious casual eclectic menu covers European, Mediterranean and Indian regionâ€™s cuisines. The menu typical of Ritu Dalmia is short and sweet. The menu may not be long and lengthy but is cleverly compiled. For starters rice paper spring rolls, melty fried cheese, mezze platter, prawn wrapped in shredded pastry and root vegetable roesti are presented with flair. The soups and salads section offers Asian sesame chicken salad, harvest moon salad, roasted cauliflower soup, shaved Brussel sprout & pomegranate salad and Caesarâ€™s salad. The mains are as good as the starters. Crispy fish, grilled john dory, rasAmlet, beef fillet, steak burger, grilled lamb chops and dahi mutton will make a meal memorable. Chef has also made sure to include her Italian hot sellers on the menu so take advantage of that.
Delicious crusty pizzas are also made here to extend the Italian experience. A flavourful sauce with great toppings will take your pizza to another level. Slices of fresh produce with cheese sandwiched between Italian bread is quick and hearty way to enjoy lunch. The panini bar will make you proud. If you hanker for sweet ending then ask the server for the dessert of the day. You will be pleasantly surprised. When seating ask for the window side table as it is the best table in the house. Slightly expensive CafÃ© Diva will make you come back again and again for excellent culinary delight.