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A Toast to Health

College campuses are known for their bustling neighbourhood eateries that roll out scrumptious snacks at affordable rates.

Written by Meher Fatma |
May 5, 2009 9:59:54 pm

College campuses are known for their bustling neighbourhood eateries that roll out scrumptious snacks at affordable rates. Not surprisingly,Café Energy,a new chain of cafés boasting “health on the menu”,has headed straight for Satya Niketan market in South Campus. The cafe has an easy ambience with bean bags thrown in for some lazy lounging and every corner is converted into a cosy sitting area with colourful cushions. On a weekday,the spot is usually sprinkled with students munching mouthfuls between conversations. Owner Raghav Nanda has opened an outlet in Punjabi Bagh as well.

Apart from the regular café quickies like salad pots and sandwiches,Café Energy takes its name quite seriously in the kitchen. There are vegetable juices to perk up the nutrition count and fruit yogurts (Rs 45) — with names like Apple Blast and Strawberry Squeeze — that are served with a dash of honey. The café also stocks up on Cleansing Juices (Rs 59 onwards) and you can choose your fruit. For the eats or “Energy Fillers” as they call it,order a platter of hummus and pita (Rs 99) and pair it with a platter of grilled vegetables (Rs 139) or grilled chicken (Rs 179). And if you must binge,there is always a platter of creamy Penne Pesto (Rs 79).

Meal for two: Rs 400
Contact: 99583 80314

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