Restaurant Review - The Mayflower Cafe

A real good experience is what we had this evening along with my blogger friends. The property is located bang on the main road with perfect parking facilities for 2/4 wheeler. I came to know that the first floor has the co-working space concept and the ground floor has this one of a kind restaurant.
The interiors were intricately done by giving importance to each and every minute detail. This would be good for a family get together apart from hosting parties for your friends and colleagues.
They have this swing in the lawn which I fell in love with as soon as I saw it. The walls were done beautifully with pictures/paintings. There were properties across the sections on the wall.

The menu is curated my “Mad Chef” Koushik Shankar. We were 7 of us out of which 5 were vegetarian & 2 of us alone were Non-Vegetarian.
What did we order?
Peri peri wings
Onion Rings
Kaju Paneer Skewers
Purple Chicken Dimsum
Three sauce - mustard, spring onion, soya chilli
Crispy lotus stem
Corn Broccoli dumplings
Charcoal prawn Dhimsum with wasabi mayo
Panko fried chicken
Mexican Nachos
Chilli Basil Vegetables
Pina Nata Colada
Orange Flambo Darsan
Soup (Veg & Non - Veg)

That was quite a few, isn’t it?
What would I recommend?
Honestly speaking, all of them but among the drinks, I would ask you not to miss Pina Nata Colada which is a fusion of Pineapple & Coconut. It tasted extra ordinary. To put it in other words, it was out of the world.
Peri Peri wings tasted real good. The secret sauce that was used as the topping, did the magic.
You would fall in love with Purple Chicken Dhimsum & Charcoal Prawn Dhimsum as they looked real attractive & tasted equally good. Both chicken & prawn were cooked to perfection. The wasabi mayo that was served with Prawn Dhimsum was amazing.
The Panko fried chicken was of a different league altogether.
Khao Suey Non-Veg is their specialty. It is served with boiled egg, chicken, noodles & 9 different ingredients which needs to be mixed together before having it. This gives the unique taste which you wouldn’t forget.
The orange flambo darsan is also a “must have”. Ask then for it in specific and see the magic when it is served.