The Cafe by Foodhall looks completely international and has a fairly extensive menu for a quick meal or a snack, writes Tara Bose Kapur
Visited the huge, spanking new Foodhall at Linking Road, Santacruz. And obviously, after being wowed by the high quality, international foods stocked at the Foodhall, we had to eat at the café.
The cafe looks completely international and has a fairly extensive menu for a quick meal or a snack. Located in the basement, it has its own entrance so you don’t have to enter through the store though you have to exit through the store.
It offers: salads, waffles and crepes, all-day breakfast, sandwiches and wraps, sushi, bento boxes, buddha bowls, desserts and hot and cold beverages. Coffee is from Koinonia, so you’re assured of the quality.
Here’s what we had:
Caramelised Onion and Chicken Sourdough Bread Bowl – from the all day breakfast menu – this is a deep sandwich made from a loaf of sourdough bread – many layers of chicken and cheese and very yummy (very filling).
Yokozuna Bento Box – a full meal with Sticky Rice, Edamame, Chicken, Shrimp Tempura and Salmon Sushi – a good portion for one person.
Pomegranate cold pressed juice – good but served in a plastic bottle!!! Let’s get eco-friendly, please.
Total Rs 700 per head!
I liked the place, a good crowd, bustling, bright and cheery.
Open kitchen concept…so hygiene is ensured.
The Café by Foodhall
Lower Ground Floor (Basement), Linking Road, Santacruz West
Open daily from 8:30 am to 9:30 pm
Rating: 5 Stars
Tara Bose Kapur is a foodie, a foodie and a foodie. When she’s not discussing food, she’s possibly talking about food. But there’s loads (or loaves) more that she does in life. Like being a communications consultant to the rich, famous and needy, and advising some of the hottest brands in the world in PR. And she runs a chhota bakery in Bandra that makes some yum (and sinful) stuff. For Xyngr, Tara Bose Kapur reviews eatspots around town. Xyngr reviews anonymously and pays for its meals.