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36 Lebzelter A Cosy Cafe Cum Bakery Serving Delicious Desserts

Sector 104 market in Noida is teeming with multiple eating options. From fine dining restaurants to patisseries and even Lounge bars. Adding to the buzz is a newly opened Cafe & Bakery, 36 Labzeleter. The name originally comes from a famous community from Germany who was known for its bakery and cafés. In fact, under Hitler’s rule, the community went underground and after Hitler died they opened the 1st bakery in the world. Borrowing from their famed origins, 36 Labzeleter, thrives to offer innovative products and creative combinations to their customers.

In Noida, they have recently opened a cosy little outlet with quirky interiors and an enthusiastic founder, who knows his food well. This is the second outlet, with the first one in Mayur Vihar, which is quite popular amongst the local residents.

The only thing we love more than dessert is ‘desserts’ in the plural and they don’t disappoint! As the owner pointed out they are very few desserts on display, as they are made to order, ensuring they are fresh and delicious. In fact, they prepare the birthday cake to live for you, which is served to you at the end of the meal. Did I hear you say ‘Bake the world a better place’?

Besides, they have an array of food and beverages to keep you happy and content. Right from salads to pizzas, pasta, sandwiches, Indian and Chinese main course options, you can spend a lovely evening here in the company of family and friends. What caught my fancy though was the delicious Quattro Formaggi pizza, an Italian classic that typically showcases four kinds of cheese with different characteristics, including the parmesan cheddar, mozzarella, buffalo mozzarella, and Gorgonzola. The epitome of what a cheese pizza should be!  We also tried the steamed Butter Paneer Dimsum which were really yummy, freshly prepared and served with dips. The Chicken tikka tasted best with chili sauce, while the Indo Chinese style Chilli chicken dry with crispy fried chicken tossed in garlic, onion, capsicum and spicy Chinese style sauce summed up the delicious starters.

For the main course, we stuck to Indian cuisine. When deliberating Indian main dishes, your first decision is whether to base your meal around your favorite vegetables, meat or fish. Once you’ve established the foundation of your dish, the world is your oyster (…or chicken, or potato…whatever
you choose!). You could try knocking up a creamy curry, fragrant biryani, a spicy Dal or even a side of dry-fried spiced fish. We stuck to our Indian favorites and ordered the quintessential Afghani Tangdi, Rara Chicken, Dahi ke kebab, bharwan tandoori platter, dal makhani and teemed it with an assortment of bread, including the stuffed kulcha (paneer) and garlic naan. You can choose from a variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian options for the main course, both in the Indian, Chinese as well as the Continental section.

For desserts, which are their speciality, we were recommended the Red Velvet cake and the Hazelnut cheesecake. The pastries were melt-in-the-mouth delicious, a playful prelude-flavour explosion redefined in one gulp. This was followed by an eye-catching arrangement of the Chocolate Bomb, a beautiful dessert filled with chocolate mousse, dulce de leche, and chocolate cake, then topped with chocolate ganache. It’s really rich and chocolaty, two of my favourite things in a dessert. Another favourite brownie dessert is the Sizzle Me Bomb, which was equally delicious.

For delectable desserts, I will surely recommend this place to my friends. Besides, the drool-worthy desserts, the shakes, and waffles are worth the visit. We teemed our desserts with a Brownie shake and Nutella shake. The presentation of both the shakes was gorgeous and the thickness of these shakes was on point. Overall, it’s was a satiating experience, to say the least. Definitely worth the visit!
Must Try: Chocolate Bomb, Sizzle Me Bomb, Pizza, Chicken Tikka, Spring Roll, Chinese Bhel, Kit Kat Shake, Noodle, Chicken Dim Sum

Good to know :
Happy hours: 1 pm – 6 pm
Special offers: There are combos with complimentary dessert with a bill of Rs.250 and above.  
The average cost for two people: Rs. 900, plus taxes
Address: 36, 12 A, Ashriwad Complex, Hazipur, Sector 104, Near Sector 110, Noida

Opening Hours:  12noon – 10:30 pm

Phone: 011 61495371

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Widely travelled with a penchant for the unexplored, Rachita is a poet at heart; ever observant of the title bits and tell tale signs that helps her see even the most mundane with fascination. Handling her career as a public relations professional and her personal aspirations woven around creating experiences that morph as memories, Rachita is and continues to be the endearing romantic at heart with optimism as her life long companion.

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