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We started with the salads and the beet root salad was perfect, just as the chef had promised. They also have an excellent goat cheese salad with pine nuts but that is for food connoisseurs who know their ricotta from their stilton.

Cavalli Cafe has a special pizza what is an absolute must try. The crust is wafer thin with a delicate topping off tomato, onion rings, garlic chips, bacon bits and an egg, sunny side up, placed right in the middle. If you thought pizza with egg yolk was a bad idea - you could not have been more mistaken. It is divine.

While talking to chef Kapil Sethi, we got instantly obsessed with the Chilli Caramel Basa and ordered it right away. And boy are we glad we did. The perfectly cooked fish with the wok tossed noodles and spinach packs the right punch of sweet and chilli. If you go to Cavalli Cafe and not order this - then consider your effort wasted.

The Sweet Lobster Linguine was also quite delightful but the Chilli Basa had knocked us over.
Try the hot chocolate and rum foam for dessert or the poached fig tart. For the hard-core sweet lovers - go for the second option.

They also have a special, uncomplicated menu for the kids so they don’t have to struggle with the finer flavours. That menu includes the old-favourite Mac and Cheese. But for the food lovers who are not 6-years-old, the menu has better surprises  to offer. Try those!

Cavalli also has a killer Happy Hour deal and a meal for two costs about Rs 2000 without taxes and alcohol. Quite a deal! Head over - we surely will be, again.
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