As a part of our little project of trying out new places whenever possible, my husband and I checked out this cafe on Tuesday night. Remembered reading the review on Burrp, so I logged on in the auto, took down the phone number to ask for directions. If you are in Chembur - then ask for Natraj Theatre - the nearest landmark.
Nice ambience - brightly lit, wooden chairs and tables with a nice dessert display.
It was after a long day at work, so we were moderately hungry. Ordered a Veg Platter (Rs 140) as starter and a Yorkshire Chicken Pasta (Rs 180). The platter arrived first - basically finger foods like jacket baby potatoes dunked in cheese, skewered paneer in a spicy marinade, mushroom in a garlicky sauce and skewered potatoes and mushroom in a spicy-sweet sauce. All this served with cheese sauce in a nicely arranged platter.Small helping - perfect for 2 moderately hungry people - all very tasty and fresh. Enjoyed licking the cheese sauce after we were done dunking the food into it.
The Yorkshire Chicken was very good - I am not a non-veg fan, eat is more as convenience, when the husband wants to eat non-veg. It was home-made flat pasta in a creamy, tomato sauce with bits of baked chicken flavored with fresh herbs. They are very generous with the herbs.
We finished off with walnut brownie - great on its own; as we were skipping the additional calories from ice-cream and chocolate sauce. The other desserts looked tempting, but sadly there was room for only one between both of us.
A good place for a quiet cozy evening out. Will go back again to try their breakfast menu (7:30 - 11 am) which looked very inviting.