Laidback Café, from the team of Shalom, is neatly divided into two zones. The first is a sunny dining-focused space facing DLF Place Mall. It sits adjacent to a middle-eastern themed lounge with projector screens and hookah. If you are looking for a quick bite then get a table in the dining section, and if you are looking for a more laidback experience then grab a cabana sofa in the lounge. Laidback Café’s menu features Indian, Pan-Asian and bistro fare to supplement its core offering of Levantine cuisine. I went with a classic 'Cold Mezze Platter' which featured hot pita straight out of the oven to scoop up freshly made and well-seasoned hummus, babaganoush, cacik and tabbouleh. A plate of 'Grilled Sole' with spicy 'Wasabi Dip' was competently rendered as well with moist fish and smooth mashed potatoes on the side.
It's where a world of casual culinary treats combines with an easy laidback feeling, that's unmistakably from Shalom. From the Mediterranean, Thai, Chinese and Grills to Pastas and cafe classics like sandwiches and burgers, it serves what's probably the best mix of laid-back-easy-peasy dining options in the city. And trust them to know the sweet spot when it comes to getting the decor, mood and music just right to set you cruising.
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