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Echoes, Food Review – “Speak with your hands. Listen with your eyes.”

Echoes

Echoes – Eat Energise Engage

Address: 17, first floor, opposite Sri Venkateshwara College, Satya Niketan, New Delhi.

Nearest Metro Station : AIIMS

Cuisines : Café, Continental, Italian, Mexican, Chinese, American.

Opening Hours: 12 Noon to 11 PM

Cost : Rs. 500 for two.

Cash and Cards accepted.

Contact : 011 30806577

Ambiance: The outlet is creating a lot of buzz because of its uniqueness of having differently abled people as part of their crew. Kudos to the idea of giving these people such an opportunity and encouragement. The place is quite comfortable.The interior and setting of the café had been done keeping in mind their special staff as they have sign language displays on the wall and cue cards with notes on each table and also the three signature monkeys of Gandhiji as we call them as their wall décor.

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Menu: The food is phenomenal in terms of quality, quantity, and presentation. Customization is available. The menus are served with codes and there’s a switch beside every table which you need to toggle to call the crew for ordering food. Customers themselves have to place the order by writing the order on a notepad with respective codes specified.

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What we had: Soulful experience! We had Garden Crave Wrap ( grilled cottage cheese and bell peppers) worth INR 129 with brilliantly fried and crisp bell peppers and cheese. Must try. Green Apple Lemonade worth INR 99 was so refreshing and tangy in its flavor. Ended with a delightful desert – an Ice cream Salad ( fresh fruits served on a bed of ice cream) worth INR 159, the best I’ve ever had. Flawless and highly pocket-friendly food.

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Service: This café is managed by a differently abled staff. Service is smooth and prompt. Help them with the initiative.

Recommendation: Highly recommended. Go on and listen to your echoes. 😉

Congratulations to the owners who actually thought of this unique concept and the crew who executed it the best way possible. Plus one for the thought.

Cheers !

Ratings: 5/5

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Sonam Rajput
Sonam Rajput is a student of Education at Central Institute of Education, University of Delhi. She is a foodie and enjoys going on historical walks and imagining the world that had been. She hopes to keep her love for history in tandem with her passion for travel and unravel cultures, and experiences while doing so.

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