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This café is the one that you need to visit any time of the day and then chill around for a long time and eat some conscious food. For health freaks, this is the place to be and this is not the one only for people who prefer sugar-free or gluten-free, it is for those who have moved on to choosing the probiotic and rather fermented ways of eating. So, if you love that slice of Sourdough with some Eggs your way, you are pretty much sorted to be here. The café is quite dim-lit if you visit here post evening hours, so it is suggested that you are here during the daylight to have the best experience of natural light falling off from their shrubs and small plants in the garden. The menu is quite brief and straight forward, with oodles of variety in smoothies, teas and even coffee. The food menu is a mix of breakfast dishes and even some large plates including house rolled ‘Whole Wheat Pastas’. Try the ‘Breakfast Trays’ that come with a choice of your eggs, some freshly cut fruit, sourdough toast and either coffee or tea. They are all pretty well planned and the portion sizes are very well suitable for just about one person. The mains and the large plates include ‘Buddha Bowls’, they are a fancy rendition of some rather healthier choices like grilled broccoli, red rice, hot sauce and similar others. The guilt-free desserts are worthy to try out, most of them made with jaggery instead of sugar.