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Fat Lulu's Cafe & Bar - Cross Point Mall Gurgaon

Recently went to this place to experience a new menu. Although I have heard loads of good things about the place, never been here before. Cross Point has so many other options and somehow couldn't visit this place.  



Fat Lulu is a name associated with amazing pizzas cooked fresh and tasty. I decided to delve deeper into their specialties and found that the place is much more than a Pizza paradise. Their chicken sizzler (Windies Chicken Sizzler) is one of the best chicken sizzlers I have ever had.





Desserts

Fat Lulu has an association with Bom Bakery for desserts. The blueberry cheesecake in cute jam bottles is a must try. The chocolate cake is so good and fulfilling so much so that I almost neglected the red velvet cheesecake.



Red Velvet Slice



Chocolate Nougart


Blue Berry Cheese Cake



                                     


Cajun Rum Chicken with Garlic Butter Infusion




I even tried my hand on some Pizza Making, all thanks to the Chef and his team who were gracious enough to welcome me into their kitchen.

                                          
                                         

This is what we came up with. It was good. Seriously.






Cranberry, Peach, Basil Lemonade


Pull Apart Garlic Bread



Windies Chicken Sizzler
Jerk Marinated Chicken with baby onion, cherry tomatoes, garlic cloves in homemade bbqsauce. It had a tangy and sweet taste which I really like. If you are looking for something spicy, this is not for you. 







Water Melon Feta Salad with Balsamic Reductions


Pasta



Chilli Willy Pizza




Orange & Fennel Salad

Sicialian Pasta



                                                             Bacon Wrapped Prawns








Chicken Wings Platter 

These come in three distinct variations. Spicy, Honey Glazed ad Bourbon. I loved the Honey Grazed one. Bourbon was excellent too but Spicy was okayish, like your routine chicken wings.



Charcoal Roasted Mushrooms






The service was amazing. The chefs and the staff are amazing, I got to interact with them, they were all very courteous and generous in their recommendations. I am now looking forward to visiting the Galleria Market's Fat Lulu's which is right across the road from this one.

Fat Lulu's Cafe & Bar Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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Unknown said…
Their food is delicious 😍😍

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