In a line: Get stuffed with some delicious burgers and shakes at this little Aussie themed cafe.
Cuisine: Cafe, Burgers
Price for two: Rs. 800(approx)
Location: G-12, Baani Square, Sector 50, Gurgaon
Must haves: Death by chocolate shake, burgers
When comfort food is what you desire and calorie intake becomes insignificant, delicious food is under way and what better way to indulge into guilty pleasures than with a big bowl of French fries along with a juicy and meaty burger paired with a thick shake that will keep you going throughout the day!
To satiate your cravings for comfort food, Cafe Kangaroos, a little cafe in Baani Square is all set to offer some drool-worthy dishes with a bit of hint of Australia. Done up in bright hues of orange and yellow and adding an element of quirk with oz-inspired posters, Cafe Kangaroos has an indoor as well as an outdoor seating with an overall capacity of around 15-20 pax.
Offering a menu that has a variety of fulfilling shakes, some great brunch options along with burgers and sandwiches, the total damage for two would be around Rs. 800 and you’ll feel stuffed to the brim.
Last weekend, I began the debauchery with their chocolate pancakes, that were so well explained in the menu, that I couldn’t help myself, but to order a portion for myself. Three plump chocolate pancakes, swimming in hot chocolate sauce and topped with whipping cream, this was the perfect dish for the chocoholic in me. To take my chocolate cravings up a notch, I opted for their much instagrammed shake, Death by Chocolate. The name itself would suffice the explanation, a thick chocolaty shake made with brownies, ice cream and chocolate sauce, topped with whipped cream and more brownies and more chocolate sauce. Deliciousness indeed.
While I started to feel my stomach filling up, it would have been a sin if I didn’t try their much talked about burgers. After having my share of sweet, I ordered the Spicy Devil Burger with fries. Juicy and spicy chicken patty with chipotle sauce, their chilli sauce, jalapeños, tomatoes, crunchy lettuce and sweet caramalised onions, this burger was indeed devilishly good. The fries though were great, should have been fried in clean oil in order to avoid the black particles that appeared on them. I tried to finish this burger, but in the race of man vs food, food won and I had to ultimately got the remaining bit packed for home!
Confession: I will certainly go back to this place to try their loaded animal fries and would probably opt for their burger sliders next time to avoid embarrassment of not completing a full burger.
Heads up: If the glutton in you is giving a wake up call, then you might want to try their ultimate burger challenge that has 1.2 kg of patties! All the best for that!
Value for money: 4/5