-By Rinku Madan
A confused decor bordering on tacky and service that is uninterested on busy days makes the newer of the three branches in Saket nothing more than a packed spot for college kids and hookah smokers. The menu is also at its wits end with everything from Indian, Lebanese, Japanese and Western dishes in a huge magazine-like layout. Even with that much effort, nothing really stands out. On a packed Thursday night, the music was mind-numbingly loud making conversation impossible and placing orders a Herculean task. From Shooters, the Slippery Nipples looked and tasted interesting, but the happy vibes ended there. The Blushing Geisha was an undrinkable mix of coconut rum and sake and the Cranberry Mule reminded us of cough syrup. The Green Apple sheesha was the redeeming factor and everyone seemed to agree since all the tables around us were enjoying one even as the commercial music seemed to grow louder as we exited.
HAPPY HOURS: 11am to 9pm
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Saturday night was all for the friends and the Urban Café. The excellently prepared Lebanese food was the talk of the town. The old wood charm cozy setting was worth to be tried. The prize of food was not at all costly. We tried Chicken Tandoori and Mushroom Rolls, which tasted good. I must say a good place to hangout with friends.
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