-By Karen Anand
The red London bus is an iconic symbol of the English capital. This stylish cafe modelled after Oxford Street in London dextrously uses this symbol in its design. The first floor is open, overlooking East Street and, in simple plain words, marvellous. The interiors are catchy and showcase famous British clothing brands, giving it the feel of an actual London cafe. Mostly flanked by youngsters for its music and ambience, it has a lively vibe. The food may not be gourmet but is good enough. Expect to get jazzed-up fusion dishes like Kashmiri Spaghetti Soup and Bacardi Chicken. Appetizers like Barbequed Mushrooms, Lamb Taco and Drunk Jalapeno Cheese Balls set the ball rolling. The Lahsuni Jhinga is succulent and mildly spiced but the Aatish-e-Aloo is just okay. Most of the dishes on the menu have creamy, cheesy sauces which fail to tickle the taste buds. Feast on fast food (burgers, rolls and more) between 3pm and 7pm. Enjoy the Sunday Brunch (Rs. 499) with unlimited non-veg, seafood and cocktail/mocktail. Worth lazing around in spite of its not being air-conditioned.
Review posted more than a year ago
Had been to this place about a month back on a Sunday afternoon but found the food quality very average and the service level were far below par....had heard a lot about this place but then it did not live upto its expectation...No I would not go here again.
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