Dec 1 2015

The Good Dinosaur- Movie Review

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The Good Dinosaur is a fun, well animated film children may enjoy but there’s nothing original about the story and screenplay and the predictability is disappointing.

Rating– 3/5

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Dec 1 2015

Vanilla Infused Kitchen, Bandra (W)- Review

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I had been following Vanilla Infused Kitchen on Instagram for a while before I actually got to try some of the stuff. The completely self-taught home baker Shazli from Bandra has mastered the art of making beautiful cakes after 4 years of R&D and she has arrived! Yup, she has, alright.

VIK 1Desserts– Vanilla Infused Kitchen is your dessert heaven. They bake various kinds of cakes, Jar desserts, cupcakes, Brownies, chocolates and a lot more. Their cakes range from Rs. 1000- 1800 per kg depending on the cake you choose. For cupcakes, you need to order minimum 12 pieces. They also make Chocolate Hampers for occasions.

The first time I tried her stuff, the delivery had gone terribly wrong because of which all the desserts she had sent were mixed into each other, causing a flavourful confusion of sorts. So the second time around, she made sure she sent me a proper box with 6 cupcakes so I could taste each one properly. Here’s what I thought.

VIK 2Gooey Chocolate Brownie (Rs. 750 for 750gms) – Excellent taste and texture of the brownie. It could have been more gooey but otherwise, it was absolutely yummyinmytummy.

Red Velvet cupcake (Rs. 70 per piece) – Not many can get the Red Velvet right in terms of everything. I enjoyed every bite of this one!

Salted Caramel Kitkat (Rs. 70 per piece) – The crunchiness of the Kitkat along with the cupcake made it a very enjoyable eating experience.

Boston Cream Pastry cupcake (Rs. 75 per piece) – My favourite from all the cupcakes I tried! It was amazing how the cream came oozing out after my first bite. I can’t tell you how much I loved it! I was left craving for more after I finished gobbling it down within seconds! An absolute must have for sure!

Homemade Toffee Buttercream cupcake (Rs. 70 per piece) – This was my least favourite cupcake to be honest. I felt the icing was too strong in flavour and it overpowered the muffin underneath.

Hummus (Rs.250 for 450gms) – Now, she doesn’t usually make Hummus unless you’re an old client of hers or unless she really loves you but I have to say I’m just lucky cause I got to try her Hummus. It is perfect, probably the best hummus I’ve ever had! If you’re lucky too or get the chance to, you must order the Hummus for any party or when you want to have a healthy meal.

VIK HUmmusWhere? – Currently Shazli works out of her home kitchen in Bandra near Mount Mary Church. You can call her on 9819652129 to place an order or follow Vanilla Infused Kitchen on Instagram and Facebook to see delicious, mouth watering pictures of all the cakes she bakes!

Verdict– Vanilla Infused Kitchen has lip smacking desserts which you just can’t resist. I’ve only tried the cupcakes yet, but I can’t wait to try all the other items on her menu. I recommend the Boston Cream pastry cupcake, Brownie and Hummus! Go try!

Rating– 4/5

 

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Nov 30 2015

#GoCheeseTastingEvent

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I remember going to the Go Cheese factory in Pune some months ago. I had come back with this huge bag full of cheese goodies and trust me; it was all over in like a week! So when I was invited for the #GoCheeseTastingEvent at #BlueFrog, Lower Parel, I was super excited, more so because Superchef Ranveer Brar was going to be there to enlighten us about the various cheeses from India’s very own brand- GO.

 

GO Cheeeeese! At the entrance of Blue Frog, Lower Parel, a little late, excited much.

Bloggers and foodies at Blue Frog

Bloggers and Foodies at Blue Frog, Lower Parel.

Angad Singh Ranyal

Stand up comic Angad Singh Ranyal makes us LOL right before Celebrity Chef Ranveer Brar comes up on stage.

Mahesh Israni

Mr. Mahesh Israni, Chief Marketing Officer talks about how cheese came into being and how ‘Go Cheese’ became the brand that it is. He also spoke about the different kind of cheese they make catering to a variety of consumers all over the country.

Chef Ranveer Brar

Chef Ranveer Brar talks about Cheese, cheese and more cheese while we salivate and wait for the cheese to come to our table!

Go Cheese Platter

The delicious Cheese Platter to go along with our wines. We tried Orange Cheddar, Monterey Jack, Gouda and Colby and some flavoured cubes too!

Picture with Chef Ranveer Brar

And..how could I not take a picture with the man of the evening, Chef Ranveer Brar! Love!

With fellow foodies @HoggerJogger

That’s the team behind @HoggerJogger (Anahita and Penaz) along with me (Roochster). We certainly pigged out yo!

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Cheesy food and dessert for all of us hungry foodies! #Yummyinmytummy I have to say, the Tiramisu was too good!

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And we all get this delicious hamper to take away! Cheese, wine, Fresh Cream, Crackers! *mouth watering*

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CAN YOU SEE THE HAPPINESS ON MY FACE! GOODIES IN A BASKET! YAYY! THANK YOU #GOCHEESE! 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

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Nov 16 2015

Loco Chino, Fort- Review

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Loco Chino 1Being a frequenter at the Carter Road Food lane, Bandra, I had seen Loco Chino several times but never really thought of trying the food there for some reason. Thankfully, I was invited to try Loco Chino at Fort and I’m so glad I did!

Food– I took my Foodie brother along for this review as he’s going to the RannUtsav in Kutch for 4 months and I’m going to miss him! He was more excited than me though to try the food! Being a pre-set menu for just the two of us, we were served smaller portions of loads of dishes. The Veg Fiesta Nachos was the first thing we tried and I have to admit, we were disappointed that there was less cheese. Also, the nacho chips could have been better tasting.  Next we tried the Kung Pao potatoes and trust me when I say that they are an absolute must have! After 5 Spice, only Loco Chino serves the crispiest, tastiest and most flavourful Kung Pao potatoes. We also tried the Chili Basil Paneer which was not something I had tried before. I loved the basil flavour on paneer! For drinks we had the Sassy Senorita, a signature drink which is a tasty concoction of orange juice, passion fruit, grapefruit and a prominent peachy zing mixed with soda. Sassy indeed! We then tried the Assorted Sautéed Veg Quesadilla which was a perfect assortment of veggies and cheese and tasted really good. Next we tried the dimsums. We were lucky enough to get to try 3 different types of Dim Sums at Loco Chino. The Spinach and Parmesan was the best one with amazing texture and taste. The Thai Sambal Cottage cheese was like having paneer makhani sabzi in a dumpling. Different and yummy.  The Edamame Truffle dimsum was my least favourite. It was a little bland so in order to get some flavour, I had to dip it in the sauces on the table. We were half full and had some space for main course so tried a wok where we could choose rice or noodles, the sauce, veggies, proteins and toppings. I chose Steamed rice as the base, Brocoli, Bell peppers and Corn as the veggies, Cottage Cheese as the protein (Very few chinese places offer paneer), Sweet and sour sauce and for toppings there were spring onions, Fried Onion and roasted peanuts. I felt the sweet and sour sauce was a little sweeter than I thought. I would have liked it to be slightly spicy too. After all of this, there was no way we could eat more after this for sure except for some dessert, of course.

We had two desserts and both were fantastic! The Tres Leches Cake (Vanilla sponge cake dipped in liquid milkmaid. When I saw it at first, I thought what the hell am I going to be eating but one bite changed it all. It was amazingggg! The Sumatra Chocolate was basically chocolate mousse with coconut. Now, I am not a coconut fan but this mousse was too good! There was a perfect amount of coconut, not overpowering the taste of chocolate and the consistency of the mousse. Absolutely loved it.

Loco Chino 2Ambience– Located at Fort, near ‘Ayub’s’ and ‘Forbe’s One’, Loco Chino is this colourful little restaurant that has a young, fun vibe. The furniture and décor is inspired from Mexico and Spain is what I see; nothing Chino in it. The tables with Moroccan tiles look beautiful but I’m not quite sure they go with the coloured plastic chairs. I loved the Mexican Hat lamps though. Very cool. One thing I would like them to pay urgent attention to is the washroom. It was quite dirty, wet and not well maintained.

Service– Being a complimentary lunch, I can’t really say much about the service but from what I observed, it was pretty good and the customers seemed to be eating their lunch happily.

Loco Chino 3Prices– I think with the quality and quantity you get here, Loco Chino is very reasonably priced. The Veg starters range from Rs. 169-189 and non-veg is between Rs.199-269. The Dim Sums all range from Rs. 199-239. The Veg Wok is for Rs. 199, non veg for Rs. 209 and seafood for Rs. 249. Desserts are all for Rs. 149. The Sassy Senorita was for Rs. 89. So it would cost approximately Rs. 350-400 each after eating very comfortably. That is amazing considering how expensive it is to eat out at other places.

Verdict-Loco Chino has good food and is reasonably priced. If you’re there, please have the Kung Pao potatoes, the Spinach & Parmesan Dim sum, Thai Sambal Dim Sum and Sumatra Chocolate!

Rating– 3.5/5

 

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Nov 12 2015

Prem Ratan Dhan Payo- Movie Review

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prdp-posterI had been seeing every single ‘Dubsmash’ of the much awaited Salman-Sonam starrer ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Paayo’ since about a month and it only made me more and more curious to know how it would be as a film. Salman Khan of course was my biggest reasons but Sonam Kapoor definitely made her presence felt with all the social media posts everyday with regards to her outfits and all the promotions that the duo were doing.

Plot in short-Vijay Singh (Salman Khan) belongs to a Royal family with an evil brother and the CEO (Armaan Kohli) who want to kill him and two step sisters who are not in talking terms with him because they think he wants to rule with all the wealth from his ancestors. His manager (Anupam Kher) somehow saves him and has doctors attending to him 24/7 so he can attend his coronation ceremony with his Bride-to-be Princess Maithili (Sonam Kapoor) in four days. In Ayodhya, Prem Dilwale, who looks exactly like Prince Vijay Singh (Salman Khan) is a small time actor who does Ram Leela shows for a living. Not knowing if Prince Vijay would be able well enough to attend his coronation ceremony, he requests Prem Dilwale to pretend to be Prince Vijay for those four days until Princess Maithili is with them. Turns out that Prem and Maithilee fall in love and the family comes together as one. What happens to the Vijay then? D’oh! The film’s title is only ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’ so that would be an easy guess.

The Good– Salman Khan is the biggest reason to watch this film and I would totally watch it again. It’s so nice to see him in movies like Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Sooraj Barjatya films like these where he plays the kind of person you want to marry. I wont deny that Sooraj Barjatya went a little overboard with trying too hard to instill good values and old school romance but we’ll come to that a bit later. What I really like about the film is that human emotions are shown in the most simple, pure form, not sliding towards ‘just- an- adult- audience’ to get eyeballs. The sets and styling add to the grandeur of the film. I also thought Sonam Kapoor was not that bad compared to her previous really bad performances. Anupam Kher, Armaan Mallik, Neil Nitin Mukesh and Swara Bhaskara are all a great support to the film.

The Not-so-good– Sooraj Barjatya has great intentions but he has forgotten that an audience in the 21st century is watching his film. The story is kacha and the characters are not sketched out properly, leaving a very incomplete-ish, half-hearted story that could have been written better. The screenplay is all over the place, especially in the first half where you’re like what the hell am I watching and from which generation! It’s a little too corny and most people, who are not Salman Khan or Sooraj Barjatya fans, will wait to run out of the theatre! The visual effects are quite amateurish; especially the ‘Sheesh Mahal’ parts. The music by Himesh Reshammiya is not appealing at all. I’m surprised I was actually waiting for the title song to play till the end because all the other songs were so stupid and unnecessary. Not that I love the title track but it’s an example to tell you how bad the other songs were. So yes, quite a few flaws in a film that also has a very funny title.

Verdict– Prem Ratan Dhan Payo is not the kind of film most people would like but if you’re a Salman Khan fan and also a Sooraj Barjatya fan, you wont mind sitting through the entire film and even get teary eyed. I did, multiple times.

Rating– 3/5

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Oct 30 2015

Titli- Movie Review

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An interestingly told and engaging story of a man, his wife and his life with noteworthy performances by the entire cast.

Rating- 3.5/5

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Oct 29 2015

Ming Yang, Bandra (W)- Review

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Ming Yang 1copyThose of you who know me, are pretty much aware of how I never ate Chinese before… somehow I never understood how people liked Chinese. Five Spice sort of changed that for me. Thankfully, otherwise I would have never gotten down to trying Ming Yang which has some very interesting Chinese food and has been around for almost fifteen years! I can’t wait to tell you about my experience there!

Food & Drinks– Our night started with this interesting and sweetish Wine cocktail made by Ming Yang’s very own award winning bartender- Navneet.  It’s called ‘Beijing Bellini’ and is a mix of Lychee syrup, lemongrass bitters and sparkling wine (prosecco).  We were introduced to Chef David who is the master of all the delicious dishes you get to eat at Ming Yang, Bandra. He and his team made our stomachs very happy that night. The sweet roasted cashews dipped in Chilli flakes that are complimentary and are placed at every table just made my day! I knew my experience at Ming Yang was going to be nothing less than ace.

Ming Yang 2 copy I had the Veg Hot & Sour soup which was absolutely perfect and had a good mix of veggies inside. Karan had the Lung Fung soup (Chicken and Lobster) which he said smelled earthy in a way and tasted good too.  Next we tried the ‘Da Ziran’ which was different- a unique combination of vodka, champagne, lettuce and lime juice. It was slightly bitter but if you love veggies, even in your cocktail, do try this one. The starter that I felt stood out among all was the Crispy fried lotus stem tossed in Osmanthus honey. Who knew a lotus could taste so good! It was exquisite and absolutely delectable. I want to go have it right now! The most guzzle-worthy cocktail followed this. They call it the ‘Asian Sling’ (Raw papaya marination with pepper syrup mixed with Gin). As bad as it may sound, it actually was aaahhmazing! Both Karan and I loved it. We then tried Dim Sums both Veg and Non veg. The Sui Mai dim sums (Celery, Carrot & Zucchini dumplings) were slightly bland but went well with the Sichuan Pepper sauce.   Karan tried the Hakka Siu Mai (Chicken + Prawn enhanced with sesame oil seasoning) which he said tasted pretty good. Even before my favourite cocktail from Ming Yang was gulped, another one was at our table. The ‘Panda Tiny’ was at our table, making its presence felt in a small glass decorated with a fragrant Star Anise floating above the frothy tequila, vodka, galangal, five spice and pineapple juice drink. Another starter which tasted and looked a lot like French beans- Kenya beans with Cha Choy and Dry Red Chilli made me feel like I should forget about all the cheese and chocolates and concentrate on eating healthy Chinese food! For Main course we had Burnt Garlic Fried Rice which went very well along with the accompanying gravy based dish which was basically mixed veggies such as Broccoli, Babycorn, Water Chestnuts and beans cooked in Soy sauce. Karan had a Fish dish and a Chicken dish which he liked too.

Ming Yang 3 copyAfter all of this, we were pretty stuffed and before we could have any more, we needed to slow down with some tea, just like the Chinese so we tried two new types of tea. One was called Silver Needles (White Tea) served in a Champagne glass. This tea was light. The other one was an Oolong tea called Wuyi. This one was much better and it was a good decision to drink it right before dessert.

Now after a short break, it was time for desserts and boy was I excited to try them! We tried their Chocolate Mousse with Caramelized Popcorn and Date pancakes with Vanilla Icecream. I have to say after such a scrumptious meal, I was slightly disappointed with the desserts. I am a big dessert fan, especially of the pastries I’ve been eating from Taj since childhood. Somehow, this just didn’t do justice to the heavenly taste I’ve been indulging in all these years.

Ming Yang 4 copyThe entire meal ended with the most interesting cocktail called ‘Since 1806’. This was primarily Bourbon Whiskey flavoured with Orange peel, Demerara sugar, bitters, a little Old Monk and smoked with an original Cuban Cigar! This is for all those who’d like to sit down with a drink in one hand and a smoke in the other. I found it too bitter for my taste but Karan thought it wasn’t too bad.

 Ambience– It was a preview dinner so we had a staff member showing us around; all the work that’s gone into changing the entire look of the restaurant. Ming Yang used to look like a traditional Chinese restaurant earlier and now it’s transformed into this contemporary, spacious and is more youth-appealing restaurant with a gorgeous view. There are several sections in the restaurant depending on your visit. In case you’ve come with a large group of over fifteen people, there is a nice corner with a long table just for your group. There’s also a section that’s ideal for business meetings and romantic meals together.

Service– One thing you would know if you’ve been to any Taj property whether it is a restaurant or a cake shop or a receptionist at the hotel- the service is top notch. I would like to especially like to thank Navneet- the bartender, Ernest, Mohan, Pritam for serving us, Ritesh- the restaurant manager and Erica for enlightening us on the different teas that were there. We had the most amazing service and that alone could be a reason to keep visiting Ming Yang.

Prices– Being a five star hotel, the prices too are quite high but you get the quality you would expect and it’s worth the money you’re paying for. All the cocktails we had were for Rs. 700 each. The Veg and Chicken starters cost Rs. 750 each, Dim Sums Rs. 500-550, Sea food starters range from Rs. 1250 and go up to Rs. 1800. The vegetarian soups are for Rs. 500 while the non-veg ones are for Rs. 525-575. The vegetarian main course is between Rs. 800-900, chicken for Rs. 1100 and sea food ranges from Rs. 1725 and goes up to Rs. 3500. The teas are all priced at Rs. 350 plus taxes per pot. The desserts which I didn’t like at all are for Rs. 500 and Rs. 700. Add taxes to all of this and calculate about Rs. 2000 per head with alcohol for a full meal.

Verdict– Ming Yang is a great place to go indulge in Chinese food for those of you who love the cuisine. Do not forget to have the Asian Sling (cocktail) and the Crispy friend Lotus stem! Oh my God! Now I’m craving that God damn Lotus stem! *mouth watering*

Rating– 4/5

 

 

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Oct 5 2015

Brewbot, Andheri (W)- Review

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Pizza and Lemon Cheesecake

Pizza and Lemon Cheesecake

Came here for the second time and it’s been an equally disappointing experience.

Food– The food is bland, the quantity is less and nothing great about the taste overall.
They brew their own beer and we had called for the Mojo Rising 2 ltrs tower which was nice and malty. I had a Cranberry Basil punch which was good.
The fries were so less…smaller than Mc Donald’s regular sized fries. The boys had the Chicken slider which is basically 3 mini burgers that they said were very bad. Karan said that the bread was more flavourful than the pattie. Shame! He would rate that dish -1 on 5. Uuhhh yeah that bad.
The Farmhouse pizza which had a pesto base, topped with bell peppers and pine nuts was so-so. Bland again. We avoided the mushrooms and pumpkin on it. Thank God!
The Onion rings were… wait for it… bland again. Less oily though, which is a good thing.
The Lemon cheesecake was thankfully our last order and luckily tasted good with the right texture and taste. I would have it again if I ever went there.

Ambience– Great place to hang out with a nice vibe, good music and comfortable seating. They have Jenga and Uno to entertain. It’s quite a large place actually with an inside and outside section along with a space on top as well.

Service–  Good service. We would have liked better recommendations for food though.

Prices– We paid Rs. 3549 in total for the 4 of us  including the Beer tower which is not bad but it pinched ‘cause the food was not good at all.

Verdict– Gave it a second chance and was disappointed again. I’m not sure if I’d go there again. Oh well.

Rating– 1.5/5

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Sep 11 2015

Hero- Movie Review

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A typical Bollywood masala film with a screenplay written for the 90s era, made for star kids from 2015 who can barely act.

Rating- 2.5/5

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Sep 9 2015

Serafina, Fort- Review

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Serafina 1Being a Verified Reviewer on Zomato has its perks and I must say that I’m blessed ‘cause I’ve been trying so many new restaurants and cafes all around the city! When Kaiarsh from Zomato, mailed me about the Serafina #Zomatomeetup, I was super excited! I had read mostly good things about the restaurant and I was finally going to try it myself. *woot woot*

Food– Where do I begin! So there was this special menu just for us at the #Zomatomeetup from which we could order whatever we wanted. Now imagine a bunch of hungry foodies sitting at a table…yeah kinda like vultures waiting to sweep its prey off the ground. Haha! Here’s all the stuff I had.

Fresh Lime Soda (sweet) – Perfect in taste, just needed ice.

Potato & Leek Soup- Have it only if you really must have a soup. I’m not a fan of potato in liquid form.

Potato Involtini (Roasted baby potatoes topped with creamy fondue sauce and caramelized garlic- THE BEST potato starter EVER! You cannot, just cannot skip this beauty of a dish when at Serafina! This dish must win the best starter award if there could be something like that. I swear, it’s that good.

Margherita Pizza- Pretty good. I liked that the crust wasn’t as thin as a naan and in fact was slightly crispy.

Serafina2copyTartufo Nero (Robiola cheese, fontina, truffle cheese, truffle oil, sliced black truffle) – Stinks like rotten milk mixed sweaty shoes and methane gas but tastes so good that it will compel you to forget about the stench. It doesn’t sound appetizing at all but once you eat it, you will love it. You’ve just got to trust me about this.

Melanzane Speziata (San Marzano tomatoes, Mozzarella cheese, spicy eggplant, jalapeños, lettuce, goat cheese and balsamic reduction) – I’m not a fan of eggplant, especially on pizza but this one was quite something. A combination of everything right. Tad spicy but delicious nonetheless.

Penne Alla Vodka (Italian peeled tomato sauce, cream and a little vodka) – This reddish creamy pasta was good. I liked that the pasta was nice and saucy.

Farfalle Al Pesto (Bowtie pasta with homemade pesto) – I would have liked some more pesto in this pasta.

Serafina3Ravioli Al Tartufo Nero (Home style Black Truffle Ravioli and a touch of butter) – Smelly again but taste-wise ace.

Risotto Pepperonata (Creamy saffron Risotto topped with assorted bell peppers sautéed in pomodoro sauce) – Great combination and a happy taste that lingers till you have your next dish. I would say let nothing but dessert be eaten after this dish.

Jalapeno Mac n Cheese- Mac n cheese is my usual preference of pasta because I love white sauce pasta. I have to say though that this one at Serafina was just okay. The jalapenos didn’t do much and it was a little bland for my liking.

TiramisucopyTiramisu- OH MY GOD! Its been more than a week and I still can’t forget my first bite of Serafina’s Tiramisu. Whoever came up with that recipe, is pure genius! I would skip all my meals to have just that. Sogoodsogoodsogood! If you’re thinking of what to give me as a birthday or anniversary present, I would love Serafina’s Tiramisu, thank you.

Chocolate Ganache Mousse Cake- #Yummyinmytummy! This one’s got the right amount of chocolate to make you satisfy all your chocolate cravings, especially during that time of the month, ladies. Gentlemen, you will know what it feels like to have your craving satisfied during that time of the month if you were a lady.

Panna Cotta- This was my least favourite dessert. I didn’t like the texture of the Panna Cotta or the taste.

Ambience– With a mezzanine floor, Serafina at Fort is a very well planned and executed restaurant with adequate amount of space to sit, well done interiors and comfortable furniture. The music will take you back to the 80s and 90s, songs that are hum worthy. There’s a bar if you want to just grab a drink and a wood fire oven open for you to see how well they make pizzas from scratch.

Service– I can’t really comment about the service until the next visit as this was a #Zomatomeetup and we had waiters at our service throughout.

Serafina4copyPrices– I wouldn’t say Serafina is reasonably priced. Yes, it is on the expensive side but the quantity and quality of the food is perfect. The potato and leek soup is priced at Rs. 250. The Potato Involtini is priced at Rs. 375, the pastas are mostly priced at Rs. 600 and up and so are the mains. Now the pizzas are priced from Rs. 475 to Rs. 1250 for a 9” pizza. Yup! The Tartufo Nero is priced at Rs.1250 because of its expensive ingredients. The desserts are priced at Rs. 375 for the Chocolate Ganache Cake and Panna Cotta while the Tiramisu which is full value for money is priced at Rs. 595. A Fresh Lime Soda is priced at Rs. 150. In all, if you share a starter, main course and dessert along with individual mocktails, you would spend roughly 1000-1200 per head which is not bad for the brilliant food and Tiramisu you get here!

Verdict– My review can be summed up in 3 MUST HAVE dishes at Serafina- Potato Involtini, Tartufo Nero (Ignore the smell) pizza and TIRAMISU.

Rating– 4/5

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