Kala Ghoda Fort
Meal for 2: Rs 1,300
Here’s a quick quiz for restaurant-hoppers. Which new dishes are almost mandatory on the menus of new cafes these days? What objects are favourites when it comes to restaurant decor? If you order a drink, in what container is it likely to be served? Those unsure should head to 145—a hip, popular cafe at Kala Ghoda that seems to encapsulate all the trends du jour. The menu features the current favourites—from Nutella pancakes to kheema pao to teriyaki chicken bao. The decor involves a ceiling installation made from steel buckets, sponges, shuttlecocks, plastic ducks, kadhais and smiley balls. While the rather impractical tableware involves slabs of stone, jam jars, metal buckets and old milk bottles.