Monday, 17 July 2017

Athletic Mornings At Ciclo Cafe...

Ciclo Cafe Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Ciclo Cafe is the newest entrant on the F&B scene in the dynamic Sector 29 Market.

With a name that has a Spanish origin and a unique pronunciation as Chee-kloh, Ciclo is one of very few brekkie places in the area. Though not only breakfast, Ciclo is an all day Cafe serving some great dishes up their sleeve.

With #BringBackTheLove for Cycling, the decor of the cafe is in line with the theme.

From cycle bells being used as a window prop, cycle wheels being used as lamps at the entrance, a huge archaic tricycle proclaiming Ciclo right outside the premises, and cycle chains being used as lampshades, Ciclo is a cyclist's heaven brought to life. You can also spot chalkboard sketches tracing the evolution of the cycle from olden times.

The restaurant is spread across two floors - Ground Floor and Basement, to which stairs lead the way. The basement area is fit for corporate gatherings or get-togethers and is a mini Decathlon with cycles, helmets, jerseys, safety gear and what not on display.

There is also a well-stocked beverage counter that has some great mocktails, fresh juices and Franken shakes as they call it, and a Bakery counter that whips up heavenly NY Cheesecake and Banoffee Pie.

Among the milkshakes available for Breakfast, do try the Berry Vanilla concoction.

I was here for Breakfast this Saturday and there are quite a few Indian and English brekkie options along with fresh cold-pressed juices, selection of teas and coffees and choicest milk shakes.

With their motto of Ride. Refresh. Recharge., Ciclo sure offers a bright outset with their food and service.

Here's what you must try from the Breakfast Menu when at Ciclo Cafe.

Fresh cold-pressed juices were served as Amuse Bouche.

Huevos Rancheros comprising of fried eggs, refried beans, and corn tortillas on the base.

Shakshuka was a nice combination of fried eggs, tomatoes, and onions.

Eggs Florentine came with blanched spinach sandwiched between a slice of bread and a runny egg.

Marathi Sabudana Vada was crisp on the outside and soft on the inside and was paired with mint dip.

Batata Poha was a flavorful mix of rice flakes, crunchy peanuts, and a dash of zingy lime on top.

In beverages, to go along, you could try the Green Tea with Jasmine or Hazelnut Latte.

All in all, Ciclo Cafe comes across as the perfect stop over for athletic mornings in the Sector 29 market area. :)

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