A place with simple food, natural ambience and creative thoughts. It’s a place which can win lot of hearts just by serving variations of 4 primary products that is Sherbat, Toast, Chai and Pan. The owner Sarthak Jain speaks about how he has gone simple in terms of food that he dispenses but ensures that you get very much attracted by the simplicity. Everyone seems to have taken the route of overdoing things, but end of the day what matters is food that should satisfy all your prime sensory organs and Chaos Control Cafe has ensured it touched all proper points. Here goes my culinary expedition, read more to know more
Sherbat is a basic tool or medicine against this present heat which drains out energy every second you walk. Sherbat served here will make sure that the energy is regained withing the body making you lively and active again. I ordered for Kachi Kairi & Kala Khatta which have always been my preferred flavours since childhood. Sherbats were chilled, flavours did justice to the names and it was elevated by incorporating carbon inside it making it fizzy.
Varanasi Ka Toast
Breads are an important part of meal which ever cuisine it maybe and Chaos Control Cafe has played smart by putting up different types of flavoured on their menu. Easy to make and good in taste. The USP of toast was that it was little more thicker than the reguar bread slice, it was crisp and crusty from outside and gooey from inside.
Dhania Chutney Toast
Crisp Toast topped up with coarse chutney made up of coriander which had a after taste of chilli.
Malai & grain sugar Toast
It was on similar lines to Bread Butter Toast with Sugar. As soon as you bit through this it gives you a feeling as if you having malai that settles on top of boiled milk at home.
Chocolate has been combined with breads quite a often, same concept was being used here as there’s no one who would say no to chocolate.
Kachari Masala Toast
I found this toast to be very interesting, Kachari is basically wild variety of cucumber. I guess it was the same dried kachari blended along with spices
Toasted bread crusted with chopped olives, it left a buttery coating over tongue which was cut down with the saltiness of olives.
This toast had a similar flavour profile with that of cheese chill toast if topped with cheese. A perfect flavour which suits Indian taste buds and a perfect toast to have when you need something to munch along with chai.
They have a good collection of tea and the best part is that it is served in kulhad which is nothing but earthen pot. I placed an order for Kesariya chai, trust me it was one of the best tea till date for me. All the flavours were balanced, tea was added in such a quantity that it didn’t suppress the flavour of saffron. A perfect finish to the meal.
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