They were probably the first to bring the wood-fired pizza in the neighborhood but a little late in introducing a dedicated breakfast menu.
The well curated ‘Rise and Shine’ breakfast menu that got introduced from the beginning of this January is available from 8 AM to 12 PM daily. For vegetarians, the options get reduced to almost one third.
Thanks to the staff and the chef, they entertained my request for making the breakfast menu available even past its due time.
We choose to go with a pair of Veg. Mangii Tray which is a combo of juice/tea/coffee + a selection from the veg. option. In juices, we had to settle for 2 watermelon option because of unavailability of orange and sweet lime.
No meal at Cafe Mangii starts without the assorted bread basket. Fresh bread makes a great appetiser and a great combination with any meal.
Even thought the Baked Bean Toast was not an option with the Veg. Mangii Tray, the staff happily accommodated our request. The chilli cheese toast was perfectly spicy and well baked giving it balanced crunch and softness.
The fluffy Buttermilk Pancake with accompaniments like blueberry compote, honey and herbed butter was a sheer delight.
Belgian Waffles(contains eggs) comes with various options of condiments. We choose Nutella and banana to accompany our waffles. Waffles too met our expectations in taste and texture.
Not part of the breakfast menu, but we couldn’t end our meal without the classic Philadelphia Cheese Cake. The baked cheesecake with blueberry compote served as a perfect complement to the great breakfast we had.
Even though a little late to join the breakfast bandwagon, Cafe Mangii compensates the delay by serving great food in taste and with a generous portion. Attentiveness in the service demands some improvement, though.