Hi I have been there with my friends. Ambience is good but food is average. Can spend some time with our dear ones, there is no time restriction.
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We loved the gazpacho and taboule. The service was rather slow but we didn't mind too much because we were sitting in a very pleasant courtyard.
Cafe des Arts is a nice way to spend a quiet afternoon. Food is ok but overpriced as usual. Staff needs to pay more attention to the customers in the inner rooms.
Great Lattes and the veggie omelette is delicious. Ambiance and decor is A+ and they have a great pattern and architectural detail library. Not a big vintage finds fan, but they have a curated collection. All the nookies and rooms, each of them, along with...More
Had been here for breakfast. The place gives you a feel of french heritage with an indian touch. the overall ambience is very informal and best suited for people who would like to leisurely relax or unwind reading a book. Now coming to the food,...More
Quaint little cafe - the menu looked very interesting though I couldn't eat a lot of it due to gluten intolerance. The service was a it patchy - they forgot my coffee and though the savory crepes said 'gluten free'on the menu the waiter and...More