All those of you who have a sweet tooth and live in Mumbai, surely must have visited the Love and Cheesecake outlets in the city to gorge on their premium range of desserts! If you haven't then you have missed out on heavenly stuff, out of which the Nutella Cold Cheesecake is my absolute favourite. And on that note you have more reason to rejoice, because on 15th July they opened doors of their newest venture, Poetry by Love and Cheesecake where they launched a brand new desserts menu, and a curated food and beverage experience which we would recommend to you as well. Located at Shop no 6, Pali Darshan, Junction of 16th & 33rd Road, Bandra (W), Poetry by Love and Cheesecake is a delicate, romantic cafe that offers desserts, garden-fresh salads, sandwiches, entrées and beverages with the finest ingredients that will satiate your wholesome food cravings.
We made our way there on the opening night and got to try a couple of things from their new menu which Chef Amit Sharma gave us a personal sneak-peak of. The uniqueness of the dishes and of course how fresh it all tasted be it vegetarian or non-vegetarian was what we loved about the place. Here is a look at our evening there!
The Chopped Black #Kale #Salad.— Ritcha (@RitchStyles) July 14, 2016
Loved the sweet & sour taste! Almonds added to the texture.#PoetryLoveandCheesecake pic.twitter.com/p1tYZnepl5
The BBQ Smothered #chicken was the right mix of being medium spicy & a lil sweet. Loved it!#PoetryLoveandCheesecake pic.twitter.com/GH67kiWXRj— Ritcha (@RitchStyles) July 14, 2016
This has got to be my most favourite dish tonight - Poached Eggs & Avacado on a Croissant!😍#PoetryLoveandCheesecake pic.twitter.com/E2xXkuqvTZ— Ritcha (@RitchStyles) July 14, 2016
There's nothin like too much chocolate! Ending the night with these amazing desserts! Yumm!#PoetryLoveandCheesecake pic.twitter.com/yjXUq9iWz4— Ritcha (@RitchStyles) July 14, 2016
As you can see, the menu is quite different than what you see elsewhere because it has been curated personally by the team. It was like a breath of fresh air for us and we loved the concoction of flavours in our mouth with every bite. The only claustrophobic bit was the thin round staircase connecting the lower and upper levels, that was just right enough for a person of my size to squeeze through and could be a huff and puff situation for a lot of people. But food wise it was a delight since everything was so fresh and delicious. So if you are hopping-skipping-jumping around Khar-Bandra, then do hop in there and tell us what you thought about the place :)
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