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On the ground floor of this popular mall is a cheerful cafe with an open kitchen and outdoor seating. As the name suggests, the food here is a mixture of Indian and Western, but far from being contrived, everything works because of a certain full-bodied heartiness to the preparations, as well as the portion sizes. Thus, in the all-day breakfasts, the omelettes are made with no fewer than three eggs. There are Scotch eggs where the mince contains desi spicing and penne with chicken makhani sauce. Purist? Perhaps not, but robust, tasty fare.
This place is located at the ground floor of Pacific Mall Subhash Nagar, whose food court is one of the most complete food court in Delhi. Still, this place has attracted quite some foodies due to its uniqueness, variety and theme unlike any other. As per my visit, it was a mixed experience. We ordered a smoothie, an iced tea, a pan pizza and an onion bhajia... since both of us were veg. The quality of food was good but drinks tasted average. Smoothie wasn't as thick as expected and iced tea had such a strong flavour of cinnamon, it was difficult to enjoy. The pan pizza was thin crust and baked as required with all the nice toppings. The dish of the day, however was onion bhajiya. It was crispy, cheesy and was served with chutney and onion rings which added to the taste. My judgement, you go here only to enjoy the food and not beverages. Though, Hinglish also serves hard drinks (with a good variety) for all who are interested!!
Ambiance of this restaurant looked nice , they have seating capacity of both indoors and outdoors Good place to have beer in good weather in evening But when you are going to have a lunch, Go there only if you have big amount of time to kill Because their service is too damn slow..they took more than 30 minutes initially to bring starters ( that too only 2 dishes) and almost equal time for main course which had 1 dish only ..haven't seen slower service anywhere Coming to starters, we ordered Indian starters -> one of them 4 leg piece ( Hinglish Leg Te Peg ) , other one was Sharabi Burrah ..Normally i like good quantity of salad( read onion) with starters, but they lacked in that Even taste wise, starters were average In main course we ordered Lamb Rendag Curry , it was good in taste ( recommended dish for this place ) but rice portion was quite less vis-a-vis to complete curry..so we ordered tandoori roti to cover for that We tried gulkand kulfi ( it was stick kulfi which was not mentioned in menu ) , it was a normal kulfi , they just put gulkand over it..was good in taste Apple pie ice cream was good both in taste and quantity , recommended one in this place Overall it was a very lengthy experience with average food
Well the Restaurant location is good, but as they have an adjescent and not sound proof kind of lounge bar, it's a difficult place to site and talk. Service is terrible to the extent, the waiters need to be called for each and everything and even water is not served till asked for. Also they are not aware of the exact nature of food that is to be served , also in some cases the dish names are exotic, but the waiters confirm they are what you eat normally, nothing exotic. Food portions as per the rates being charged is just average. Drinks were ok. One of the veges we ordered had excess salt and the only saving grace was the waiter and cook apologized and served us extra deserts. Not recommended for families, only for young people, but avoid if you can and don;t be lured by location only.
Well it was a late night dinner date that prompted us to try this place. The interiors are nice a confused fusion of sorts but it somehow gets together nicely. They have a decent variety of drinks and the food is tasty. In appetisers the chef's special fish was spicy and tasty. Next we tried Mirchi Paranthas with Nihari Mutton. Now mutton is best if it's mid size and mid age but the pieces were huge hence the meat wasn't something to write home about but the gravy certainly was the taste of the item was impeccable. Spicy just the way I like it. It is definitely not a budget restaurant/cafe. It is however a nice experience. Unfortunately we did experience two middle aged drunk men ogling away yapping incessantly loudly and later hurling abuses and creating a ruckus with the staff. Typical drunk behaviour.
Good verity of food along with nice ambiance. Service is bit slow, so you have to wait for some time. Outside sitting is good option in evening.
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The coolest place to hang around in west delhi with your friends is Hinglish- the colonial café. This casual and laid back café has gained popularity due to its outdoor seating and fusion food. The easy atmosphere of the café serves best for in between shopping break or meeting with friends. There is a kid’s play zone on the other side of the glass partition so you can eat in peace with your tiny tot playing in front of you. The outdoor sitting area is like an air conditioned tent decorated with trees. The café overlooks the open kitchen so you can watch while your food is being prepared. The café starts operating from late morning onwards so if you want to grab brunch then head to Hinglish café. Waffles, pancakes, omelettes, eggs in different style and toasts. The fresh salads will make a good brunch too.
To start your meal dishes like tandoori jhinga, chutney pomfret, bay chilli prawns, southern fried chicken, chutney filled croquettes, rajasthani murg ke sule, and the very yummy masala keema scotch eggs. In sandwiches keema bun, chicken tikka croissant, fish burger, piri piri sandwich and hinglish club sandwich are a crossover between a desi and angrezi sandwich. Besides pizzas the café has a range of nazzas i.e. naan pizzas. In mains fish ‘n’ chips, kichada, stuffed chicken breast, grilled ham steak, nihari with chilli paratha, lamb rendang curry, mushroom & goat cheese crepes, thai curry and cheese fondue is available. Pastas are made by the chef too. Bella roma, carbonara, pasta in butter chicken, pasta in masala keema and basil pesto is cooked too. To drink mocktails, iced tea, fresh fruit juice, coolers can be ordered.
The dessert menu is wide with whole lot of options. As the café’s fusion theme the sweets have influence of desi tadka. Bread and butter pudding with saffron glaze, choco-eruption, shahi tukda, ice cream sandwich, baked cheesecake and gulkand ki kulfi are only some of the recipes. Instead of the thali the café has a tiffin system. Veg, non-veg and premium tiffin. The café’s staff is very efficient and quick on their feet. They are attentive and treats you with courtesy. Hinglish café is not expensive at all. It is pretty affordable in nine hundred rupees. So if you happen to be in subhash nagar vicinity then head over to pacific mall Hinglish café and have a good time.