Eat, play games & chill in Memory Garden Café in Bavdhan!

Cuisines: Pizza, Juices, Breakfast

Filters: Vegetarian Only, Outdoor seating, Dine-in

Attributes: Restaurants, Lively, Cafes, Classy

Foodies head to: Bavdhan


Why it’s awesome:

We discovered a hidden gem in Bavdhan that has recently opened its doors for all foodies-Memory Garden Café! This quaint lil café in the bylanes of Bavdhan is the perfect place to hangout with friends or unwind post work! Along with an impressive food menu, the Memory Garden Café also has board games like scrabble, monopoly and more to bring out the inner child in you!


What not to miss:

The ambience is cozy, relaxed and the Memory Garden Café exudes happy vibes as soon as you enter! With the option to choose from the peaceful indoor seating or the outdoor garden seating (which is sure to make you feel like you’re on a picnic) ,this homely café is blissful! We love how time stops here so that you can make memories in this laid back & chilled out café! The minimalistic décor with flags and origami birds add to the charm of the Memory Garden Cafe!


Showstopper here:

Besides the regular chairs,the Memory Garden Café has a Swing as an option for seating and we couldn’t help falling in love with this unique arrangement! Spend a relaxed evening sipping the saffron chai or munch on some breakfast this weekend while you play Ludo at this cute café!


So we suggest this weekend ditch the usual cafes and spend some quality time with your friends and family over a game of scrabble and waffles!


P.S-The Memory Garden café is pure veg and has options for jain food too!


Savour this today!

Where: Ground floor, Geeta Mandir society, opposite fortune plaza, pashan nda road,Bavdhan

How: Call them on 9158848370

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