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Cafe PETER is one of the few places where you can get a good load of deserts along with some good tasting food. The feel of the place is very young and vibrant, with the shades of Red and White popping all over. The modern eclectic furniture will force you to stay back for a long while and order another round of coffee. With breakfast, lunch and dinner menu, the casual grub here is the kind that will please you any hour of the day. The menu is a weird but tasty mix of Korean food along with European and Chinese. The Chinese is certainly on the lines of desi Chinese and loaded with a lot of chilli and garlic. We like the ‘Hot and Sour Momo Soup’ that is a big bowl with a lot of soup and a few momos and some noodles in it. It is quite hearty and all of that but the party starter are the Korea-inspired appetizers. The ‘Chicken Bulgogi’ being one of them, is a complete delight if you are the one who loves soy and all those umami flavours, this one is for you. The European touch of the menu includes Pastas and Pizzas which are decent too. The desserts are great and the donuts are certainly the talking point. A lot of people just start their meal with a donut here, get the food and end it with a donut again. There are over 12 flavours every day and some of them are even sold out before evening hours. The ‘Dark Chocolate Truffle’ and the ‘Classic Filled Jam’ donuts are quite a treat and they are loaded in the terms of stuffing, they just always ooze out more than a little. So, be prepared to get your hands dirty and enjoy some of these great donuts with good coffee by the side.
I like the seating arrangement and ambience of this cafe, typical tit-bit place. Omelettes are the highlights of this place apart from Donuts. I also recommend Dim sum. Pricing is above average but the way place is maintained deserves extra peny. It is not like just another cafe with finger food. Variety in the Menu is attracts me to this place.
It appears like a big red box with a subtle bistro feel to it. Ambience is nice and quirky, with a big horse right at the centre of the floor. The window side couches offer better seating experience. I don't personally like the plastic chairs, but that's my opinion but most patrons seemed to agree with me because no one was occupying the chains in between. Everyone was seated on the couches. Offers a good variety of doughnuts, Italian dishes, sandwiches. Try the Manchow noodles wanton soup which has an Indian Chinese take to Ramen soup and is really delicious. The place doesn't have parking currently and that is something that they need to work on. All in all a good experience and I will return to try the other food and hopefully my car will not be towed away.