Being a foodie I like to explore new food-joints every now and then and Cafe Delhi Heights was on my list for a long time.
I liked the menu. Its quite extensive for a cafe and covers almost all the cuisines. You can try pasta, pizza, burgers, sandwiches, breakfast menu, north or south indian food etc, however options are limited under each category. We didn’t have breakfast and it wasn’t lunch time yet so we decided to have brunch – Scrambled Masala eggs, Masala Tea and Chicken Chettinad (that I was craving for such a long time) is what we ordered.
The moment we sat , a server placed a conical container filled with munchies on our table. I nibbled on soup sticks (without soup lol) and small buns. It’s a good idea to prevent customer’s hungry tummy from growling.
Cafe Delhi Heights has outdoor sitting option as well and we decided to shift there to enjoy the sunny day.
I found the service pretty slow and we had to call the server to place the order even when there weren’t many customers. He seemed busy and didn’t come to us by himself. Order took 20 minutes to reach us, which was quite long waiting time. However I liked the quantity of food that was served.
Eggs were bland despite of being “Masala Scrambled Eggs” , I guess by masala they meant onion tomato.. maybe
Chicken Chettinad was quite soupy, not like the one I had in past. It tasted good, but quite sweet for my liking. Parathas were good, flaky and moist.
Masala Tea was good !
Overall I should have stuck to burgers, ordering chicken chettinad wasn’t a good idea but I was searching for it for so long that spotting it on the menu made me ecstatic. I have heard a lot about the “Juicy Lucy Burger” that Cafe Delhi Heights serves and I am going to try it next time. Food was moderately priced, ambience is good and menu has lots of options.