While the name says café – suggesting a cosy hotel bistro – this place is more of a buffet-and-a-la-carte kind of restaurant. Lunch, dinner and late-night buffets are a mainstay, popular especially with St. Laurn guests and visitors, as well as corporate lunch parties and large groups of friends and family. The à la carte menu offers rather succulent Indian food, like a Charminar seekh (skewered lamb kheema stuffed with cheese and coated with egg and green chutney) or takatak gutchi (garlicky mushrooms stuffed with cilantro-spiced cheese). Their creamy black lentil dal Kabila pairs well with a green peas pulao, if not the spicy prawns biryani or wholesome thair sadam (curd rice). Alternatively, mop up delicious gosht hara pyaz (who knew tender lamb tasted so good with creamed spring onions) or mild methi matar malai with soft roomali rotis, and you are good to go. Note: We also did like their competent little list of Oriental offerings.
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