G77 Cafe – Fusion and more
The story behind naming this café G77 is extremely interesting. Located on the 100feet road of Indiranagar close to Little Italy, this café cannot be missed if you like fusion dishes. We visited the café on its official launch with their partner EazyDiner. The place has both indoor as well semi-open space. The décor is European with a central bar which not only is beautiful but also serves amazing drinks. The presentation of each of the dishes we has here was very unique. The music played here was absolutely amazing.
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To start off we had the Melting Pots made with Pani Puri shells stuffed with veggies and cheese. The dish is absolutely delight to have especially if you love melting cheese. The fusion of Indian and Italian did work out. Next came the C3 Balls, made from chilies, Cheese and Corn Balls with spices and exotic herbs. The balls are a burst of flavors. The Nachos Bhel was served with baked beans and cheese. The Nachos were desi in flavor as it was made with besan. The Exotic Veg Pizza was a thin crust pizza topped with red/green/yellow capsicum and onions. The Pizza was again flavorful with the homemade sauce. Do try these starters with delicious drinks served here.
For the main course we had the Cheesy Paneer Paprika. To try this dish here as it was something unique. The dish was served in two parts one having the gravy and the other of rice. The gravy was made with Cottage cheese cubes, bell peppers and mushrooms and cooked in fiery paprika sauce. The dish was served with buttered rice and garlic bread. The combo was delicious with soft cubes of paneer gravy and rice. For the desserts we had the Chocolate Mousse, which was served in the desi tea glass. The dessert was not overly sweet and a light flavor of chocolate.
G77 Cafe – Fusion and more – Scorecard –
Food/Taste – 8/10
Service/Hospitality – 8/10
Value for Money – 8/10
Ambiance – 8/10
Quantity/Quality – 8/10
Overall Rating – 4/5
G77 is a perfect fusion place.
Why is G77 called so? What’s the story behind it?