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Savor your sweet tooth cravings with bakers haven 'Theos'

Updated: May 20, 2017 14:08 IST      
Savor your sweet tooth cravings with bakers haven 'Theos'

New Delhi [India], May 20 (ANI): South Delhi gets its most sumptuous bakery in the vicinity, Theos - Patisserie & Chocolaterie at Sangam Courtyard, R K Puram where foodies can sooth their taste buds with a lineup of delightful flavors.

Right in the centre atrium lobby, Theos offers a lavish display of Gourmet Desserts French entremets, signature range of Gateaux, luxury chocolates and healthier breads and savories.

Derived from a scientific name 'Theobroma Cocoa', Theos has been customer's favorite destination ever since its launch. Creating a niche for itself in the market, the bakery has grown its verticals and range of offerings with over 280 different patisserie and chocolaterie items on a per day serving basis.

A very unique, subtle and innovative concept, the place brings in the aroma of typical bakery shop. The interiors are beautifully designed with a soothing lighting system in the middle of the mall.

A partnership between Chef Gaurav Wadhwa and Karan Narula, Theos aims to ensure highest standards of quality, freshness and seasonality by combining modern, creative as well as traditional styles of cooking and baking.

"We have a distinctive vision of selling experiences along with curating the state-of-the-art and innovative products as we are known for quality at Theos," said co-owner and culinary head at Theos, Chef Gaurav Wadhwa.

A graduate in hospitality administration from Institute of Hotel Management,

Catering and Nutrition, Pusa, New Delhi, Gaurav has previously worked with Taj Hotels, Palaces and Resorts.

Offering the most terrific, mouth-watering and zesty delicacies, the menu incorporates the best of bakery items along with melange of pizza's, sandwiches, and other Italian cafe items.

From a range of cakes, pasteries, cookies, pulm cakes, tarts and cup cakes, the product range is simply amazing. Surprisingly, the pricing of each item is well coordinated keeping in mind the traction of visitors that Sangam Courtyard has.

Items such as Cheesy Quesadilas, Chicken Lasagna, Tiramisu pastry, Rainbow pastry, Mushroom Vol au Vents, Tropical Fresh Pineapple Pastry, German BlackForest Pastry, Strawberry Macaroons, Raspberry macaroon, Belgium chocolate cupcake,

Also, the Cuban Cold Coffee, Mango Smoothy and Mango Shake can be best enjoyed with its selection of club and grilled sandwiches.

One of the best places to sooth the sweet tooth cravings, Theos will not disappoint you with the quality of service staff either. From a smiling Cashier to other service men, the place is friendly and prompt.

Overall the place is convincing enough as it scored high on our expectations, and the bar of value for money.

Place: Theos, Sangam Courtyard

Timings: 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM

Cost for two: Rs. 1,500 (approx.)

Address: Major Somnath Marg, Sector 9, R K Puram, New Delhi. (ANI)

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