All That a Health Freak Needs can be found at this Airy Cafe

Cuisines: Healthy, North Indian

Filters: Dine-in

Attributes: Cafes, Classy

Located on top of the Fab India store in Vasant Kunj, Fab Café is hard to spot. But once you are in, the warmth of the place and the fascinating menu have you hooked. The brainchild of chefs Tirath Singh and Sunil Chauhan who were followed by concept manager, Rebekah Blank, the café was opened in partnership with Fab India.

The menu suggests which dish is gluten free, vegetarian, low in carbs and dairy free. The Beetroot Lotus Stem Tikki Chaat has to be the most interesting dish on the menu. The tikki has a strong flavor of ground beetroot and a hint of lotus stem. It comes topped with baked and crisp lotus stem. The quinoa rotis also deserve a try. It is light and you can feel the ‘healthy’ while you chew it along with Chicken Chettinad with not much oil or spices.

The Spicy Dhal Sprout Filled Golgappa is a healthy deviation from its street counterpart. The sprouts are raw and grown in house. The spiciness is minimal and it comes with three chutneys—mint, pineapple, and pomegranate. The Kathal Quinoa Biryani with Mixed Herbs is the one that seals the deal. The quinoa is a very good alternative to carb-filled rice and I thought it was even tastier. The kathal was cooked to perfection and merged well with quinoa.

For dessert, I recommend the Masala Chai Ice Cream which was good in spite of apprehensions, even for a tea hater like me. If you are a coconut lover, go for the Coconut Chocolate Cake which is sugar-free. There are also smoothies and herbal teas to choose from.

 All in all, this quaint and airy café is the perfect hangout for health freaks who do not like to compromise on quality.

Fab Café is located in Nelson Mandela Marg, Vasant Kunj. Price for two is Rs 800

Author Credit: Lisa Garg

Picture Credit: Lisa Garg/Fab Cafe

Tags: fab cafe, health cafe

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