This Valentine's, Dine the Ratatouille Way!

Filters: Vegetarian Only, Dine-in

Attributes: Restaurants, Family, Lively, Romantic, Legendary

Take your loved one to a place where food is not simply about the taste, but also experience! Get ready to be astonished by the finesse with which the food is served to you! And, this exactly why it becomes the place to go for, on this Valentine’s day! There is also some amazing live music for you enjoy, while you are there!


From the ice filled Cool Blue Mocktail to the Khichiya Papad ki Bhelpoori, from the Wild Mushroom baklava to the Chocolate Cremebruiee tart, everything here is served in a way you may have never imagined before!


The Cool Blue Mocktail is filled up brimming with crushed Ice! The Ratatouille Vegetables with Tomato Soup (with Rusk) forced us to reimagine the way think of conventional soups! The image says it all!


Now, looking at the Khichiya Papad ki Bhelpoori being served - you’d think this is definitely something we are used to. You are in for a surprise here, wait till they come up with a container and pour something on the sev! NO KIDDING! Well, find out for your own self!


We are not done yet, the Chocolate Cremebruiee Tart is nothing like you may have ever tasted before! The Sugar on it is caramelised in front of your eyes! While you are there, we also recommend you to not miss out on any of these-

Wild Mushroom Baklava

Wood Fire Thin Crust Pizza Exotica

Paneer Pe Methi Garlic Masala and Hariyali Naan

Green Apple Mojito


If you are a couple who simply loves food, this is the place to go for! Moreover, they also have live music that will put your ears at ease while your taste buds go for a ride!


Address- 201, Shilp Aaron, Sindhu Bhavan Road, Bodakdev.

Contact- 99099 64744

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