The Enchante Cafe is located in an alley in Jubilee Hills amidst trees. This pastry café is your venue if you want to be in a less crowded place – away from the city noise. Outdoor seating with an artificial lawn is particularly good for relaxing at sunset. In addition to the outdoor seating, this café offers two additional indoor seating areas. The interior is a mix of blue and white, to which some quirky images of beaches and boats on one level have been added. On another level, the wall is filled with pictures of different places and their iconic buildings or structures. Another wall consists of wall decor accessories that look like travel bags. So if the interior theme is to be guessed, it has to do with travel.
I would say the staff is poorly informed about what is available and what is not. But that could also be because I stopped by just an hour after the café opened. On Zomato, the food suggestions to try here were almost the same. The suggestions poured in ranged from caesar salad with flavored mayo. So I said no. Because Mayo doesn't go well with Caesar salad. Then came a suggestion of mozzarella sticks. Potato popcorn, pav bhaji fondue, chicken popcorn, etc.
On an earlier occasion when I came over, I had tried the penne arrabiata and had nothing to complain about, although it was a very average cafe pasta. However, the sandwich was a delight. This time, with the desire to try a few more options from the menu, I hoped to try a few finger foods and a pizza.
The mozzarella sticks were not available, as were some of the other things I asked for. Since there was a power cut, the entire oven meal was out of the question. But I really wonder why a Kathi Roll order was rejected.
With a few choices, I ordered the grilled Chermoula chicken. It was fried in the pan and overloaded with herbs. The meat was tender and although it was a little hot for salt to my taste, I didn't mind eating it with the nice porridge and a melted cheese dip instead of the mushroom sauce. However, I like it when my chicken is cut well before cooking, since this was not cut, I had to do it while I was eating. I would have ignored everything, then at the end of my chicken I saw a part that was absolutely raw. I lost my appetite and instead devoured the vegetables.
Since I am not a big fan of desserts and am quite picky about the places where I eat my desserts, I skipped this course. To try again, I went again and ordered a frittata that was more like a cheese omelet.
If you're a fan of fusion food, try Masala Risotto, Dal Khichidi, Kulcha Cheese, and Maggi. The restaurant recommends this.