Started a few months ago, the place has done wonders and grabbed a huge crowd attention since it opened up. I was dying to come down to this place and feel the hype myself. The ambiance of the place is quite pleasing. One major drawback of the place is it’s service, while I have enjoyed the luxury of being attended well at most restaurants (even the small time restaurants) at their busiest hours. It took the staff here 10 – 15 odd minutes to grab a few glasses of water and the menu cards to the table. And even after that we had to wait to grab the attention of the waiter who was attending us to give out our orders. We ordered for a Guacamole Burger, Molten Chocolate cake and Chocolate Chip Paradise Pie. I could just go on complaining how slothful the service was, but then I think I should just jump on to the bright side of the restaurant rather than keeping on hammering the ‘Poor Service’ nail in their coffin.
The Guacamole Burger was simply too good in the mouth. While everything in the burger complemented each other well, the bell peppers didn’t quite fit in for me and my palate. The fries were way below average, well my friends went out of their way to say that the fries I make were much better than the one served to us (Well what I make isn’t the traditional french fries. Its a recipe that’s passed down in my family. My grandma taught it to my mom and I stole the recipe from my mom. I will surely post it soon someday). But well the burger was value for money.
Chocolate Chip Paradise Pie and Molten Chocolate Cake both were stars in themselves. While the molten chocolate with vanilla ice cream made a huge combination. Vanilla ice cream didn’t fail to complement the chewy bar either. They were sure the highlights for our table. And we didn’t realize how quickly these two plates were washed out. It was seriously quick. I am sure looking forward to my next visit here with more dishes on my table the next time around and maybe better service the next time.