Royal relish at Hinglish

Hinglish is the Colonial Cafe rejoicing its birth by presenting a food promotion called the Royal Menu.

Published: 04th August 2013 10:43 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th August 2013 10:57 AM   |  A+A-

Britain is not the only country celebrating the birth of the royal baby— George Alexander Louis. Back home, Hinglish: The Colonial Cafe is busy rejoicing the birth by presenting a food promotion called the Royal Menu.

‘‘We at Hinglish mark the celebration with an extravagant menu that has fun names to set the tone of the experience. You can start by ordering from the ‘Labour Pains’ menu comprising soups and starters like Chicken Velvet Soup, Classic Minestrone, Chicken Ham Croquettes and others. Quench your thirst with ‘The Royal Hype’ special combos of royal shots like six shots of kamikaze, six shots of Tequila and others. Travel through the Royal Palace ‘Kensington Palace Menu’ with our Sandwich specials comprising Tawa Keema Khurchan Burher, Chicken Tikka Croissant, Vegetarian Hinglish Sandwich and more and end your meal on a sweet note by ordering from the ‘Here He Comes’ dessert special,” says Chef Vishal Saxena.

Tempting you further is the special offer of buy one get one free. Order any dessert from the menu and get the second one on the house. The choice ranges from Apple Crumble with Ice-Cream to Baked Chocolate Blast with ice cream.

Price: Food is priced between Rs 175 and Rs 400.

Duration: All through the month of August.

Address: Hinglish: The Colonial Cafe, Ground Floor, Pacific Mall, Subhash Nagar.


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