The 90’s Cafe


Next to their entrance it says, “Open our door to your memories”! Staying true to their word, their ambiance did take me back to my childhood, though as a child I wasn’t allowed to watch TV much but the Tinkle Books arranged in a book shelf excited me. The best part which actually took me back was they gave a postcard with a drawing on it along with the bill! I used to draw a lot as a child but along the way I stopped without a particular reason!

Anyway coming back to the present, their menu card is on a small cut chart paper pieces, though it did look nice it was difficult to scan through the menu and it is prone to tear :/ Laminating them would be better and make them last long.



Our orders were Chicken Croquettes,  Who came First? salad, “He who must not be named” burger and Al fungi pasta.

The food took more than normal time to come, during which I went around the cafe, apart from the pictures of cartoon characters on the wall, each table had a picture inserted between the table and the glass was something I liked.



The chicken croquettes are minced chicken deep fried and served on salad with a dip, the cheese dip was light and the croquettes were good.



The who came first? salad was a healthy option with a lot of vegetables, sprouts, shredded chicken mixed with mayo.



The “He who must not be named burger” had beef, bacon, flame grilled, mayo, tomato slice, cheese and mustard. They serve their burger either with fries or wedges, I choose fries. The fries stayed crisp even after a long time but they were so crisp that the potato flavour was lost after sometime. I found the patty not juicy, when asked about it, the person in charge said it was because beef in general is tough, he offered to add more sauce to it in case it was too dry. But I have had beef burgers elsewhere and did find it juicy!!


The Pasta finally was a real treat. The Al fungi was served with rich creamy white sauce, fusilli pasta, with broccoli and other vegetables. It was the best dish of the day. I am not able to describe it but, it was simply GOOD.


The are dishes are priced nominally and the total bill came to around INR 900.


Nice place to just relax. Faster service would be appreciated. Since the place is located on the main road, next to Univercell and opposite to K.C. Das, finding it wont be a problem but parking your vehicle is definitely a problem especially if it is a car.

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