We started with this salad that worked as an appetizer as well as a palate cleanser for the meal to come. Everything was freshly done with the finely sliced green apple bringing in tartness, the roasted beet some sweetness and the goat cheese a creamy texture and tanginess. Put together with the crunch of lettuce and a drizzle of tamarind glaze, this was a neat little salad to pack in.
This is one the vegetarians will definitely appreciate - broccoli, zucchini, mushrooms, all baked together with tomato and cheese sauce. The crispy garlic bread on the side made for a good mop for all the molten tomato and cheese. The dish also had in some olives which could have done with being chopped up instead of being whole, but flavor wise they did add a zing to the cheesy taste of the dish. A meal in itself with the salad on the side.
A nice, not overtly sweet dessert. The little black seeds you see dotting the top are from passion fruit. The orange glaze was light and the texture not glutinous like in some places we have seen.
Twenty 21 comes across as nice place for a meal with the family or with your partner. The decor is minimalistic and the lighting subdued. In the course of our meal we saw a gregarious family with 3 children in tow and a young couple completely at ease in the place. The resto is working on their wine license which should be on soon. An average meal for two sans alcohol is around Rs 1000 and the food selection, though not extensive enough to have you thinking for a long time, is just right. The restaurant doesn't have an exclusive loo and you will have to make use of the general mall one on the outside of the restaurant. Average cleanliness here.
Wallet factor: Rs 1000 for 2 without alcohol