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For foodies

Daddy's Deli has a branch in Koramangala with submarines and burgers on the menu along with Parsi cuisine



The new garden cafe

FANS OF Daddy's Deli who live in Koramangala need not travel far to tuck into their favourite dishes as it has opened a garden café and restaurant in Koramangala.

Daddy's Deli, which opened its first outlet in Richmond Town, serves authentic Parsi food. But at the garden café outlet, it has tweaked its menu a bit so as to also serve submarines and sandwiches. The sandwiches come with options of chicken, and tuna. There's also Russian salad, the all-American hot dog, and chicken and vegetable burgers.

The restaurant also has mini meals, called Bigger Bites. Here you can bite into cutlet platters, salads, and soups. Of course, the Parsi fare tops the list, with dhansak, sali boti, akoori, vegetable stew and the like ruling the roost.

You can finish off with delicious homemade desserts like lagan-nu-custard, kulfi, cheesecake, chocolate mousse, and chocolate cake with ice cream.

Daddy's Deli is open between 11.30 a.m. and 10 p.m. and can be contacted on 51105655.

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