Sly Foc Gastro Club’s latest menu features an eclectic mix of Indian and fusion bites

Baked Brie at the Sly Fox Gastro Club

Seasonal produce gets a thumbs up from food enthusiasts and we felt the same zeal when we went to the Sly Fox Gastro Club in Sector V to try their new menu. Chef Naresh treated us to a surprising array of dishes and the first to impress us was the mango welcome drink presented in the form of a popsicle served in a glass full of ice. Made with fresh mango puree, it’s definitely freezer fun for the brain.

The new menu focuses on salads and the menu offers three variations – Sly Caprese, Blueberry Apple Greens and Avocado Apricot Greens and Crunchy Noodle Salad. We sampled the first which was a fresh and juicy combination of two classic salads – Watermelon Feta and Tomato Pesto Burrata, tossed in a pleasant honey mustard vinaigrette. It’s a clever idea and avoids an overload of watermelon on the plate. The menu is an eclectic mix of Western and Indian dishes, large and small bites.

If you are looking for something light, go for California Sushi. The chef has incorporated new ingredients into the classic Japanese bite to make it a bit more appealing. Imagine a slice of avocado, English cucumber and salmon wrapped in gooey cream cheese. We also recommend trying their smoked salmon pizza. Lemon curd onion, basil, cherry tomatoes and jalapenos plus fried capers make this Italian delight absolutely binge-worthy.

If you fancy something Indian, there is a Chicken Chettinad which is served with an extremely crispy and multi-layered Malabar Parota. After a creamy, cheesy and spicy main course, we moved on to end meals. The chef did an excellent job with the brie, crossed out like the queen of cheeses for its incredible sweetness. This French milk-based delicacy has been juxtaposed with the filo pastry sheets of Turkish cuisine. The orange compote glazed cheese melts in your mouth and the smoked almonds, berries and nuts add a distinct crunch to the chewy dessert. The mascarpone panna cotta with salted caramel sauce is also worth trying.

Meal for two: Rs 1,200+

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