Broken Bridge Cafe, MRC Nagar- Food review
Broken Bridge Cafe, one of the many restaurants in Somerset Greenway- MRC Nagar than you can grab a quick bite at, have revamped their menu recently. Their menu was unique and had a good range of cuisines like North Indian and South Indian. A heterogeneous group of people with varies tastes can find idlies or pizzas or rotis with a twist, in their menu.
We were recently invited to taste their new menu and here is our review.
A special mention to the quantity of food served, which can adequately serve 2.
Thayir Saadham Fritters, one of their most loved dishes was an interesting attempt at bringing fusion food that resonates with the Chennai crowd.
Beetroot Galoti with goat cheese and Parmesan Broccoli were well spiced and provided variety to the palate.
Special mention to their Podi idly, we felt it was authentic and a must try!
Other favourites from the starters menu were Mushroom and Garlic cream kebab, Cilantro Pesto Paneer and Paneer with burnt garlic and cheese tikka.
For drinks, we loved their selection of mock tails – Mango basil being our favourite.
Coming to our main course, we tried their Dal Bukhara ( suggested by their staff) and Paneer butter masala, accompanied by garlic naan.
The Dal Bukhara was balanced perfectly and it was creamy.
Now onto our favourite part, the dessert, Nutella custard and maltova crumble was our choice for the day. Beautiful creamy custard with nutella on top, with a timeless classic, maltova crumble. It was the star of the day.
On the whole, we recommend Broken Bridge Cafe for a family dinner out, attributing to its varied options and beautiful ambience.
Posted on March 18, 2020, in Editors Corner, Food, lifestyle, Restaurants and tagged chennai, chennnai food, dessert bar, food, fusion food, north indian food, Restaurants, restaurants in chennai, south indian food, vegetarian food. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.