O2 Cafe De La Ville is like a hidden gem; a cafe less talked about (at least in the circle I live). They do serve dishes with a twist and fusion. They have a small shop-cum-boutique inside the cafe and also offer various books/magazines to pass your time.
My friend recommended this place and the dishes to order, their menu is quite engaging though with various type of tempting dishes. I tried a “Mushroom Cappucino Risotto”, all the ingredients nicely blend in; a fusion “Dhokla Fry”, prepared live in front of your eyes using nitrogen, it was cold and tasted satisfactory; a cup of “Black Coffee” to kill my sleepy vibes and finally a “Red Velvet Kulfi Block” for the dessert, it was a perfect model of kulfi mounted over so-called red velvet cake. This dish tasted nothing like a red velvet cake and didn’t seem fresh.
It’s one of the very few cafes where you will find a lady attendant for placing your order. She was very welcoming and generous to us. The interior of the cafe is very posh and minimal with very comfortable seatings. Their playlist won’t disappoint you. This cafe is quite spacious and has wide options for seating. I hope they open an outdoor option too.
O2 Cafe De La Ville at a glance-
Food – 3/5
Ambiance – 4/5
Service – 4/5
Value for money – 3/5