By Rituparna Sengupta Basu
Born to be a passion for a good book and a good bite. A place where you can indulge your desire for soul-satisfying food and re-kindle your romance with a good book. Thoughtfully and aesthetically designed, the Reader’s Café is the place to come for a good cuppa, scrumptious and mouth-watering food, to pick some best sellers book, to offer a fusion cuisine with quality ingredients in an eccentric and uber chic ambience.
With its biggest flagship outlet in Indirapuram Habitat Centre, is a spacious one, and also houses one of the library section where you peacefully and calming to work or read your favourite author and buy your favourite book as well. Another section is a great sitting area for chill out with your gangs. This café has been on a journey of tantalising taste buds with its fusion cuisine.
“Our special cafe is maintained towards presenting food and ambience. The cafe is not specifying books cafe has a peaceful and soothing environment where anyone can enjoy your date away from the humdrum of the city,’’ says the owner of Reader’s cafe Ambuj Yadav.
Reader’s café has a variety of delicacies to offer. The menu features Veg Gullets on Round Pita, crispy patty served with Pita and Hummus with topping salsa (265/-), café special spiced guava blast (255/-), Peanut butter Brownie shake (225/-), Perri-Perri pasta with grill chicken, penne pasta, creamy sauce, Perri Perri spiced and served with garlic bread (395/- to 415/-) Brownie with Vanilla ice-cream (155/- to 195/-), Pan Mojito and more. Here you can definitely point out the quality of food, which is just phenomenal. The combination of food and book is just a marvellous one, and this is the thing that differs them with the other eateries.
From entering till the exit, the world of Reader’s Café is definitely amaze you in the account of good food, delightful ambience and of course the books. The truth is this café has a special attraction which you can’t deny at all. So, go and ‘book’ a table.
Where: 208-212, Indirapuram Habitat Centre, Ahinsa Khand 1, Indirapuram, Ghaziabad
When :11am – 11pm
Pocket pinch: 1000 cost for two