[Food Review] Cafe Terminus 1 - The Only Global Food Transit In The City
|[T1] My Life - Sadhna, Saanvi, & Rishab|
|[T1] Logo At Cafe's Entrance|
The interiors are heavily inspired from airports, railway stations, and bus terminals from across the globe.
|[T1] Signage Displayed at Cafe Terminus 1|
The place is apt for meetups and social dos, and can accommodate up to 80 people. Bring along your family or friends for a game of Jenga or Uno or simply walk into this restaurant with your beloved. At T1, you'll find something that every seasoned traveler wants to experience.
|[T1] Two Girls Playing Jenga|
|[T1] Rishab & Moi|
|[T1] Window and Aisle Seating|
|[T1] Magazines Stack|
|[T1] Bread Wall|
|[T1] Wine Rack|
I was surprised to find premium wines from York Winery.
|[T1] Liquor Display|
|[T1] A Coffee Vending Machine|
|[T1] The Magic Rolling Pin Autographed By Vikas Khanna|
|[T1] Chefs At Work|
|[T1] Bakery Products At Display|
What Doesn't Work
|[T1] DJ Console|
|[T1] A Large Projector Screen|
In one of the screens, you can even see everything inside the kitchen, for instance, how the food is being cooked, how the utensils are being cleaned, etc. You can even get a 360 degree view of the kitchen via a TV remote. Personally, I'm not such a huge fan of 100% visual experience.
|[T1] Three Wall-mounted Screens|
What We Had
|[T1] Benishan Panna|
|[T1] Langra Banarasiya|
|[T1] Stir Fry Thai Chili|
|[T1] Pad Thai|
|[T1] Sinful Chicken Burger|
This burger contains a cooked sausage with a layer of scrambled eggs, traditionally grilled or steamed, served in a sliced bun with french fries and beetroot pickle.