Health & Lifestyle

The Reve Fills In Aerocity’s Void of Quiet, Cosy Bistros With Its Impressive Fare

In the ever-so bustling Aerocity, should you ever crave for a comfy nook to simply sit and unwind you possibly can contemplate fabulous French bistro referred to as Reve. REVE in French means ‘to dream’. Dim, temper lighting, mirrors, decals, on beige textured partitions and planters do their bit to stall the time simply so you’ll be able to catch a breath for your self. The informal place is stylish but welcoming. Nothing in regards to the place ever appears too overwhelming, together with the one-leaf menu which has all of the European bistro ‘necessities’ however it’s also sufficient to titillate you to attempt one thing new to attempt.

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We began off with the mezze platter that comprised falafel, hummus, labneh, mozzarella bites, olive tapernade and bread. The savouries have been positive a delight, the star attraction for us was the olive tapernade, this tangy and salty relish is makes this sharing plate all of the extra attractive. Next, we tried our palms on the rooster sous-chef bites. The crispy pops made with rooster, cheese and butter has every little thing to be a crowd-favourite once more. There are a a lot of off-beat dishes up the menu too. The calamari, as an illustration, is a scorching combine of the tender and chewy calamari fish, kiamata olives, garlic and purple peppers. An excellent juxtaposition of scorching and delicate flavours.

In the big plates we needed to attempt the coq au vin, and we’re so glad we did. This home-style, soothing rooster curry braised with wine was saucy with tangy undertones, it’s enhanced additional addition of mushrooms, carrots and mashed potatoes on the facet. The Reve additionally gives a range of hand-made pasta. We tried the tortellini mushroom pasta. The ring-shaped pasta was filled with creamy cheese, mushrooms and buttery truffle oil. Finished off with shredded parmesan that is one indulgent fare to be careful for. We concluded our meal with the vanilla crème brulee. The creamy custard beneath the brittle layer of caramelized sugar is properly performed.

Where: The Reve, Worldmark 1, Ground Floor, Aerocity
Cost For Two: INR 2000


About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a powerful penchant for meals, Sushmita loves all issues good, tacky and greasy. Her different favorite pastime actions aside from discussing meals contains, studying, watching films and binge-watching TV exhibits.

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