Light house cafe is a all day diner located at worli.
It serves breakfast to dinner in a chic vibrant lively atmosphere !!
The cafe even has a well stocked bar and serves a variety of cocktails.
The food menu includes the best from around the globe like Italian, Asian, Indian, American and Arabic.
The cafe also organises food festivals round the year.
I tried their cocktails and desserts from their ongoing summer festival and ordered their house favorites from their regular menu.
So here is what I had –
CRANBERRY AND COCONUT –
Coconut liquier and wine based cocktail with coconut water and cranberry juice.
TOMATO AND PARMESAN –
Tomato based soup with minced chicken/veggies and parmesan cheese.
Served with garlic bread.
Hearty thick soup, well made with loads of veggies and meat !!
APPLE AND SPINACH –
Green and red apple tossed with spinach/walnut/cranberry in a honey lime dressing .
Crunchy apple and light sweet sour dressing ..nice !!
CHICKEN LOLLIPOP –
Minced chicken lollipops, flavoured with asian sauces.
Served with hot & sour dipping sauce.
The chunky minced chicken lollipops were fabulous, full of meat !!
The teriyaki-.green chilli flavored dipping sauce added a fantastic flavor to it.
JAWALA KARANGEE –
Mini prawns tossed with maharashtrian spices, filled in puff pastry pockets and finally deep fried to perfection.
Served with house salad and garlic thecha.
The gahti masala flavoured prawns were delicious, the puff pastry crust was crispy yet moist in it’s texture, spicy garlicky dipping sauce complimented it well.
GRILLED BASA –
Coffee and soya marinated grilled basa served with grilled veggies and spiced rice along with burmese coconut sauce.
The basa tasted delicious with the flavourful soothing coconut milk curry.
Lemongrass and star anise flavor really uplifted the dish.
DARK CHOCOLATE PANCAKE –
Soft mini pancakes, layered with dark chocolate and dusted with sugar.
Really nice, pancakes tasted delicious with the accompanied whipped cream.
Overall i had a satisfying experience !
The food is made to suit the Indian palate, though the dishes maybe from around the world, they have the twist that makes them familiar.