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Fork It is the newest edition to the cafe scene in indore and by far, this cafe is only winning hearts. This cricketing season the cafe has made a deal we will not be able to refuse. For all the bukkhads and cricket fiends, the cafe is offering a screening of the IPL and free cold coffee to help us cool down during the matches where temperaments run extremely hot!

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Posted by Fork it on Saturday, March 23, 2019

The only catch is that the cold coffee will be available to only those with a bill of ₹500 plus. Which, let’s be honest is a basic price now, if you go to an average restaurant ₹500 is the minimum you spend. The only difference is that here you get a free cold coffee and can enjoy the screening of the IPL matches while munching sown on delicious food.

Though the cafe is a newbie in town, it has already gathered a cult following. People are head over heels in love with the rooftop setting, the funky decor and the fun vibe.

The cafe has already created a niche with innovative and instagram friendly dishes like Pull Apart Garlic Bread and Dal Khichdi Arancini- which is a dish of dal khichdi, battered, deep fried and turned into arancini balls.

Pull Apart Garlic Bread

But the most standout dish from the menu is the Makharoni and Cheese- which is an Indian twist to the classic mac and cheese, where the cheese sauce is replaced with an uber rich and delightful butter chicken-esque sauce. The taste of cheesy makkhan sauce covered luxurious macaroni is beyond tasty.

Makharoni and Cheese

The cafe is known to make the best freakshakes in town, people go ga-ga over the sweet, topped with a mountain of whipped cream, stirred with ice cream, freakshakes. So, if you’ve been planning to hangout with your pals, head to the Fork It Cafe and get yourself the free coffee!

Watch this space for more offers, deals and info about new places. Until then, Happy Eating.

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