Monday, 25 January 2016


LimeTray had organised a Bloggers Meetup at Pebble Street, CP and here i am sharing my experience with you. 

Pebble street, As the name suggests is a place which was like old european street cafes. The bar was quite different from the other cafes , it's more like a sports pub. People who enjoy sports need to surely visit this place as they would find it interesting. The bar is located at the centre with football club banners.They organise football screenings and are amongst the first ones to introduce pub culture. This place is famous for its cocktails. The best part is they've happy hours till 8:30pm.

 The menu has variety of options to choose from. We ordered some drinks which included pineapple sunshine which was like ordinary pineapple juice and virgin mojito which tasted good. The long island iced tea had right amount of alcohol in it which was neither too strong nor too light. Then came the Red Wine Sangria, which is great if you want to get high. Sweet sixteen margarita was yum! The drink that stole our heart was death by chocolate , it tasted like heaven and had a little hint of alcohol in it which was amazing.

 Then came the starters and the main course , we ordered chicken stew and thai curry which tasted decent, garden vegetable pizza which was a thin crust pizza and it was cheesy and gooey .
 Then came The combo basket which included mushrooms , cheese fingers , jalapeno poppers which was heavenly.. Mozarella Fritters with barbecuque dip was marvellous.
 Then we ordered super pebble nachos which was presented in a very good way and had filling of beans and cheese on top, they were palatable, quite different from other dishes .
 The salt and peppe was delicious . Red sauce pasta was served hot and i savoured every bite though white sauce pasta lacked the flavour.
 Tacos were lip smacking as well. Also non veg platter was fine. Bruschetta platter was gorgeous , the presentation was quite well and the taste too. 
Chilly potato were in good quantity . Pebble veg burger  was great in taste! Veg lasagne and veg ravioli was warm enough and were nonetheless amazing .
 Veg falafet pita parcels had distinctive flavour and taste. 

Then came the most important thing Desserts which were heart throbbing. We ordered the alpine sundae which was delightful consisting of fresh fruits , vanilla ice cream and whipped cream . And lastly the ultimate dessert platter , a combination of apple pudding , blueberry pudding , vanilla ice cream , chocolate cake and the amazing tiramisu . This was our favourite from the day.

 This place is for live band lovers and also owner was very humble and was seen talking to people in the restaurant. All in all a decent place to chill.

I would like to thank LimeTray for organising a brilliant bloggers meetup. 
If you're a sports buff, you should surely not miss this restaurant. 



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