http://beckenhamtheatre.co.uk/event/2018-comicpotential/all/?tribe_event_display=past There are places that keep calling you back again and again. This was my fourth visit to Diggin,a cafe with a beautiful theme, inspired by nature. Its a small but really cute cafe, situared next to Mithas. Since the cafe is bang opposite to Gargi & Kamla Nehru College you will see mostly young crowd there. The menu itself is quite limited yet good for quick grub. After a long hectic day we wanted to have hearty food and decided to visit Diggin again. This time we were there at night and those lightings reminded me of Christmas & new year
I absolutely love their http://summeronwinterlane.com/tag/maternity/ Baked Penne Pasta (Rs 325), its cheesy heaven in a baking dish ! Super delicious and adequately spiced. I will highly recommend trying it if you go there. Quantity is good for one person and its served with one portion of garlic bread. Baked Penne Pasta is available in both veg & non-veg variants. I had veg one that thankfully didn’t have any veggies ?
Also my husband is a big lover of burgers, so we ordered – The Garden Burger, which was juicy and flavourful ! I could spot mint-mayonnaise in there which made it super delicious ! It was served with fries and salad.
We also ordered Virgin Mojito- Ginger & Basil & Peach Iced Tea.
To lick the bowl clean we ordered some more garlic breads, these were smaller in size and super crisp !
None of us is into chocolate, however most of the desserts available were chocolate based. We ordered Chocolate Walnut Brownie served with scoop of French Vanilla Gelato, look at the beauty !
We were there on a wednesday night and Diggin Cafe was packed and bustling ! Though we quickly got a table and the staff was quite quick in serving the order. They were working around with a smile and responded quickly. I can’t wait to go back and explore the menu again !