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If you want to hang out for hours together over a Cappuccino or a Latte just walk into one of the Barista cafes dotted across the city. It's a place conducive to long discussions, reading or even playing scrabble. So, the crowds are mostly young people. The coffee is of average quality; you won't find any coffee connoisseur who goes to Barista. A whole lot of steaming hot espressos, cappuccinos and lattes are on offer. They also do fruit smoothies and chilled granitas in tropical flavours, besides a refreshing range of cold and frozen coffees. Caffe Latte, Barista Blast, Mocha Tease and Barista Frappe Cappuccino are some of the best brews available here. Chicken Tikka Sandwich, Wicked Brownie, Dark Temptation, Chocolate Excess and fresh cakes and cookies are on offer to go with the beverages - not the best of taste but are good fillers when hungry. Barista has introduced breakfast (vegetarian and non-vegetarian combo) starting at Rs.164.

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Don't go to Melting Pot looking for surprises. What you will get here is reasonably priced, simple, down-to-earth food. A pure-veg restaurant, Melting Pot offers some nice dishes like Special Curry, Nizami Curry, Paneer Butter Masala, Tawa Paneer, Tawa Veg, Aloo 65, Haandi Paneer and Dum Gobhi Matar. The thalis (South Indian: '165 plus tax and North Indian: '193 plus tax) are good value-for-money. A mini meal costs '110 plus tax. Melting Pot is simple and unpretentious and worth checking out ocassionally.

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