We love Cafe Thulp! A delightful place to spend an evening with food and fun!
So one of the benefits of moving to Kormangala is certainly the number of eating joints at one’s disposal. According to a recent report, there are about 114 eating joints in Kormangala alone. Can you beat that? And despite having so many options, if your heart asks you to repeat going to one of them, then that place must really mean something. That’s what has been happening with Cafe Thulp.
I posted how I felt when last time we went to Cafe Thulp not so long ago. Last week I hadn’t cooked in a weekday and in the evening, after putting my son to sleep, we thought of catching up for a quick bite somewhere and N suggested we go to Cafe Thulp again. Normally, I don’t like to repeat places, at least, so soon but I surprised myself by agreeing to it. Off we went walking and that’s the other thing about Kormanagala. One can burn at least some calories we eat, by walking up and down.
So we reached there and it was full. We had to wait for about 10 minutes, but it didn’t seem too much and when we were seated, the first thing I noticed was how much I love their placemats. I had noticed them last time too, but for some reason, I hadn’t clicked any pictures last time I went there.
And then we got down to ordering. N was in a mood of some veggie stuff and I wanted to eats some eggs. I saw that the daily special had a omelette with sun dried tomatoes, olives and bacon and I knew that is what I wanted to eat !
I am glad I did because I think this was one of the best omelettes I have eaten in a long long time. Fluffy and cooked to perfection. Just right. Not too brown but not raw inside. It was served with 4 slices of garlic bread (though I must admit their garlic bread can do with some help), herb potatoes and roasted tomatoes (which are again, my favourite). The sun dried tomatoes added a very nice twist to the omelette and I am going to try that next time I make one at home.
N ordered a vegetable fried rice with some stir fry veggies along with it and though it was pretty regular fare, I think it was yummy too. The stir fry veggies had a very nice flavour to them, which I still can’t put my hands on what exactly it was, but was very pleasant.
There were many yummy looking desserts too, which I resisted and I am proud of that but I have been told there chocolate mud pie in a tart is to die for. When we left the place we were very satisfied with the meal and N even mentioned that let’s keep coming back here till we totally sample everything on the menu. Don’t worry, I will not review it on the blog every time I go there or may be I will!!!