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One of the easiest restaurants to locate in HKV as its right in the beginning. Even though there are some of the most delicious continental options to choose from including 'Californian Tacos', the thing to eat at Coast is the Kerala food. From the 'Moilee' to the 'Avial' to the 'Stew', each dish is as delicious as the next. We ate the 'Coast Café Prawn Moillee' which was excellent followed by the 'Mom’s Aubergine Cocum Stew' all of which was mopped with 'Appams' after appams. The 'Sukka Mutton Fry' with the 'Malabar Paratha' was really a treat too while the 'Egg Appam' is just as good a companion. And then there are the desserts – the 'Churros' are one of the lightest in Delhi followed by the 'Sticky Toffee Pudding' and gluten-free 'Belgian Chocolate Cake'.
Coast cafe has excellent food. We tried the chicken stew and avial and it was truly well cooked and so flavourful. The ambience of the restaurant is also good.Certainly a place I would recommend and go back to. A very satisfying dining experience.
We ate a chicken curry and a veg curry, both very good 😊 Friendly staff! Well worth a visit if in this area. A little bit pricey and the portions size wasn't that large.
This cute little cafe was a pleasant surprise! When I was told about this cafe, I was only told that if you are ever visiting Hauz Khas, you have to try the hot chocolate they give in this cafe called Coast Cafe. Trust me, this recommendation didn't at all justify my experience. To sum up my experience, I turn a corner in Hauz Khas village to look for this cafe and find this cute, lil white building with a balcony to die for (I am a balcony person), I take the lift to the balcony floor (obviously) and the courteous staff directs me to a seat right next to the balcony. My menu was as vague as it could be! It included Grilled Veggies Tacos, Appam and Rainy day vegetable stew, all of which tasted like nothing I've ever had before. It was experimental and had unique flavors. But but but what I fell in love with was the thick Belgian Hot Chocolate!! It was love at first sip and there were fireworks too ;) Perfect density, perfect sweetness, perfect temperature! I had the perfect hot chocolate, had the perfect balcony view, all that was missing was some rain! Whether you are in love or you are heart broken, whether you are going on a date or going for a solo travel; this hot chocolate covers it all! PS: When you order your hot chocolate, don't forget to ask the bartender to keep it thick.
very cosy ambiance..great food..amazing variety...love the place..should definitely try mutton and the malabari paratha.
After the parade of spices, color, and people in Delhi, this was a delicious retreat. Food had a basis of Southern Indian but with interesting flourishes like tacos, mustard fries, and quinoa salad. Manager was very attentive and accommodating. Reviews cite problems with service but on a Friday night, we had no issues. We eat tiramisu all over the world. This was the most flavorful ever. Would recommend highly. PS easy to get an Uber back to hotel/guest house.
Losing yourself in a book and a cup of coffee is an ideal way to decompress. And if you happen to live in South Delhi or somewhere near it then you are in for a treat. There are several great cafes and bistros, which encourage this tranquil activity and offers the diners an ambience to perfectly suit their needs. There is one café particularly that we have a special fondness for. Going there is like taking a mini vacation to seaside, without leaving the city. If you are in need to recharge your batteries then ‘Coast Café’ is tailor-made for you. This charming little nook in Hauz Khas Village is perched right on top of famous Ogaan boutique and from its perch looks upon a grand view of the reservoir. Location is prime and easy to find.
The sea-themed evidence can be seen throughout the space, including the menu, which features some fantastic coastal dishes. Their menu is an interesting mix of Continental and Kerala cuisine, a combo that is highly unusual. For a marginally priced bill, you can have a feast gorging on delicious succulent coastal fare. On a sunny winter afternoon, sit on their balcony and enjoy a glass of lovely pink wine or a refreshing cooler. Summer fix masala buttermilk will complement your meal nicely. They offer an all-day tea menu, which encompasses a delightful selection of crepes, sandwiches, cakes, churros, eggs and pies. Coming to their conventional menu, you will have plenty to choose from. Have at, Coast Café prawn moilee, avial, orange & arugula salad, original beer batter fried fish taco, spiced up lamb burger, chunky penne arrabiata and red snapper chili curry.
A side of appam or red rice or Malabar parantha will be useful. Polish off a slice of rich cake to wrap up the meal. Between courses, look up and drink in the gorgeous view of the water from their bay windows. Throughout the day, an abundance of sunlight is filtered through the windows, washing the entire room with a hazy glow. Interiors resemble someone’s cozy well-designed drawing room near to the sea. Soft white toned walls set off cushioned matted chairs beautifully. Pale teal and blue shades in upholstery gives a very soothing effect. Décor is minimal and artistic, like a boho day lounge. Overall, a charming tranquil space for a brunch.