This is more of a restaurant than a café. It is always full, and there is waiting. That itself bears testimony that how good the taste of the food is. Unlike other cafes, you can’t sit here and relax; it’s more of a hush-hush affair. This place has a lot to offer.
Flat noodles served in a soup like dish like thukpa. Thukpa has long noodles, and thentuk has flat noodles. That’s the only difference between the dishes. It was something new for me which I enjoyed thoroughly.
Tibetan cuisine is incomplete without momos. The filling was very good, but it was a bit spicy. If you weren't to enjoy momos, it’s better to have it on the road as they are homemade, and the taste is very different. Spending INR 100+ on momos in a restaurant is definitely a waste of money.
The Hakka noodles were good and tasty and with just the right amount of spices. Fruit Beer and Peach Beer was something which went very well along with the food.