The broth was a thin one - the chicken was diced and plonked in and thankfully had been cooked with the soup. The veggies were definitely added towards the end as they all retained their crunchiness despite being cut rather fine. The flavors were real nice and the Anoushka loved it, which always gets a +1 from me. But if I were to nit-pick, with a description like "Irish Chunky Soup" you would expect everything to be diced into thick bits making the soup more heavier on the look.
The Death by Strawberry was the fruit, strawberry ice cream blended together and topped off with a chunks of a brownie - you can go in for the Death by Chocolate version as well. Very nice, especially on a hot afternoon. The thought of an Apple Pie in a drinkable form sounded very interesting and I wanted to see just how they would pull it off. It was a blend of apples that had been stewed in sugar and cinnamon, milk and a lovely butter apple crumble on top. Use the spoon, eat up all the crumble and then mix in the remaining bits into the drink and slurp up.
For mains, I decided to try the Zondich, which was described as "pitta" bread stuffed with a range of things. I went in for the chicken meat ball zondich and Sudhakar had the Sundried tomato pasta with grilled chicken.
The Zondich was a nice pocket stuffed with diced up chicken meatballs, some lettuce and all the trappings of a simple green salad. That and the chips on the side just hit the spot. The pasta on the other hand was a real disappointment. It was quite dry and honestly the quality did not justify the price, which was significantly higher than anything else on the menu.
We asked the staff for a plain slice of pita bread with some cheese on it for the little one. What they got for us instead was a nice grilled cheese sandwich and chips, which made the little one very happy. That was another +1 from me for coming up with a simple something that was not on the menu.
Wallet factor: Rs 500 for 2