The other evening we were two hungry stomachs at Cyberhub. We wanted to have something light though – like an installment dinner. We had vouchers from Cafe Delhi Heights that had to be redeemed. So the choice of place was not difficult.
Early evening and Cafe Delhi Heights was still empty. The tables here were a little too close for comfort but the decor was subtle and with no decal of Qutub or Lotus Temple thankfully.
We had to order Juicy Lucy Burger since almost everybody we know had posted pictures. Well it is huge and with the violet colour of red cabbage leaves. was indeed very photogenic. Big in size, it was a tad messy while biting. The lamb patty inside was thick too. The problem was it was bland and lacked flavours. Potato wedges served with it were good.
We also ordered chicken bruschetta – small toasted slices of bruschetta bread. These had mildly cooked and lightly flavoured, minced chicken topping. We liked this dish and would recommend this as a snack.
We had two vouchers between us and ordered separately. However, we were not allowed to sit on a single table so we had to sit on separate tables. This was indeed a bummer since we wanted to catch up. Wish they realise a little consideration goes a long way in life, more so in the hospitality industry. Vouchers are instruments issued by the establishment and we wonder why do they make redeeming vouchers such a fight.
Hope Cafe Delhi Heights guys are reading these.