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TBSP-Tablespoon Saket

The Tablespoon is a popular American-Italian fusion food outlet located in DLF Commons, a part of DLF Avenue Mall, located at Pt. TrilokChand Sharma Road, District Centre Saket. The restaurant is known for its unique blend of American and Italian cuisine, offering a diverse range of dishes that will satisfy your taste buds. This outlet opened in December 2021 and has been fast catching the interest of foodies in the area. They are now even planning on another branch in Gurgaon, which is expected to open soon.


The restaurant has a warm and inviting atmosphere with vibrant interiors. The seating arrangement is comfortable, and the overall décor gives off a comfortable and welcoming vibe.


Tablespoon offers a wide range of dishes that perfectly blend American and Italian cuisine. The menu includes pizzas, pasta, salads, sandwiches, and more. Here are some of the recommended dishes:

Truffle Roast Chicken: The roast chicken at Tablespoon is a must-try dish. The chicken is perfectly cooked, and the seasoning is just right.

Double Pepperoni Pizza: The Double Pepperoni Pizza is another must-try dish at Tablespoon. The pizza is topped with a generous amount of pepperoni, and the crust is thin and crispy. It is served hot and fresh, straight out of the oven.

Goat Cheese Balls: The Goat Cheese Balls are a popular appetiser at Tablespoon. They are crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside, and the goat cheese adds a unique flavour to the dish.

Tiramisu: The Tiramisu at Tablespoon is a classic Italian dessert perfect for ending your meal. It is light and fluffy, with just the right amount of sweetness.


The service at Tablespoon is excellent. The staff is friendly and attentive, and they go out of their way to ensure you have a pleasant dining experience. Govind and Fernando are two staff members who deserve special mention for their exceptional service.

The food is delicious, the service is excellent, and the ambience is warm and inviting. If you are in the area, be sure to stop by and try the Tiramisu. You won't be disappointed!


What is the price range of the dishes at Tablespoon?
The price range of the dishes at Tablespoon varies from Rs 400 to INR 900 (including taxes)

Does Tablespoon offer delivery?
Not yet.

What is the seating capacity of the restaurant?
The seating capacity of the restaurant is around 50-60 people.

Is Tablespoon suitable for large groups?
Yes, Tablespoon is suitable for large groups.

What is the restaurant's opening and closing time?
The restaurant is open from 12:00 PM to 11:00 PM.

Does Tablespoon have any vegetarian options?
Yes, Tablespoon has several vegetarian options on its menu.


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