[Food Review] Rocking Cafe Rocks!

[Food Review] Rocking Cafe Rocks!

Cafe Rocks is again an attempt at a synergy of food and style. The lounge has an adjoining open roof seating arrangement, free WiFi service and holds Candle Light Dinner themes every Friday evening. We talked to the Manager, Ashwini Bagga who promised an attractive event every month to entertain youngsters. For example, next month’s event is a 3 day workshop on Photography.

 

[Food Review] Rocking Cafe Rocks!Cafe Rocks is located on the roof of a complex on University Road. Troubled with heat and exhaustion we wished to take the elevator upstairs, but a single poster on the stairs attracted us.

Allowing curiosity to take charge, we took the stairway and were greeted with a bunch of innovative posters intended to encourage us, the visitors, to take initiatives to be healthier. We were instantly uplifted by the cool concept of forcing people to prefer stairs.

Cafe Rocks is again an attempt at a synergy of food and style. The lounge has an adjoining open roof seating arrangement, free WiFi service and holds Candle Light Dinner themes every Friday evening. We talked to the Manager, Ashwini Bagga who promised an attractive event every month to entertain youngsters. For example, next month’s event is a 3 day workshop on Photography.

To talk about food, we ordered a plate of Spanish Tapas and two milkshakes for starters.

Spanish Tapas

[Food Review] Rocking Cafe Rocks!

Spanish Tapas is a mixture of three individual items: Potato Wedges, Onion Rings and Nuggets of Cheese and Jalapenos. Potato Wedges were ordinarily good, onion rings were quite neat and sober but the nuggets were absolutely delicious.

Cold Chocolate Shake [Food Review] Rocking Cafe Rocks!

This wasn’t a complete shake as it consisted of smoothed cream and wasn’t as thick as one would want it to be. It could have been much better.

  Strawberry Shake [Food Review] Rocking Cafe Rocks!

Strawberry shake was also a bit overpriced and wasn’t as thick as it was supposed to be.  We were a bit let down by the shakes. The plus side was that they supported the main course naturally.  We picked our main course from different sections of the Menu, one was a Pizza and other was a Continental Cuisine.

  Cafe Rocks Special Pizza [Food Review] Rocking Cafe Rocks!

We ordered this because it contained nearly all the toppings available. Jalapenos, Bell Peppers, Olives, Mushrooms and Sundried Tomatoes adorned the pizza.

The specialty of Cafe Rocks’ pizzas is that they prepare the dough themselves and consume it within a day or two.

The pizza base is thin crust and fresh which makes them tastier than normal pizzas. I’d recommend trying it out once.

Baked Cheese Veg. Lasagne [Food Review] Rocking Cafe Rocks!

Lasagne was Layered Pasta filled with exotic Vegetables. To name a few, broccoli, cauliflower, Carrot, Mushroom, Baby Corn completed the Lasagne. My friend didn’t enjoy the dish in comparison to their pizza but I gobbled it down happily.

Any attempt to make people like vegetables should be appreciated; this was a nice effort.  To wash these down and to taste the real essence of Cafe Rocks, I finally ordered a Chocolate Cappuccino.

[Food Review] Rocking Cafe Rocks!

The Chef did a little something for me and brewed it with a special compliment to UT. Note: Order attentively and they’ll add that smiley for your date as well!

For a Cafe, Cafe Rocks does lack good milkshakes and pastries but the manager reveals the coming of a new Menu card in March this year including extra varieties of their Sandwiches, Burgers and new additions.

Our total bill came out to be Rs 645 with Shakes and the Lasagne going expensive but everything else being reasonably charged. As requested by a few of our dedicated readers: Catch their Menu on their website, they haven’t included the rates, though.

And from the entire UT team, have a wonderful weekend!

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