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Fika - All Day Breakfast Menu [Food Review]

Foodie in a beauty blogger is awake again. After a long time, I'm back to food blogging, which is my second love after beauty & fashion. It will not be often as beauty, but I'm planning to share some of my favorite recipes that I created myself along with food reviews of the restaurants in K-Town!

Being a foodie, I love food full of right amount of flavors, and not confused flavors. I have never restricted myself to my favorites only. I love experiencing and trying out new cuisines and to know about different flavors & aromas.

Fika, launched "All Day Breakfast Menu" to cater people to enjoy the breakfast till 4 pm. For people who wake up late on lazy Sundays and for those who enjoy breakfast menu at any time of the day.

Berry Blast
Fritata with Chili Oil
I along with my fellow bloggers were invited at Fika to enjoy the late Saturday breakfast. I ordered, Fritata and Berry Blast. I'll start with "Berry Blast" first, since it was first thing served and also the best of the day. A smoothie with a burst of berry flavor that refreshes your lazy senses. After a while, was served my Fritata. Fritata is an Italian breakfast, cooked on a slow heat. It doesn't have any specific ingredients just like an omelette. Which means, it shouldn't be bland, not in this part of the world. I was served a Fritata, with a sideline of a sausage, bread, butter & jam. Fritata according to my taste was a bit bland and not seasoned properly. Thanks to the chili oil & hot sauce, I poured enough amount to enjoy the breakfast.

Later on, we placed an order for waffles, which after 45 minutes we had to cancel since we all were getting late plus waffles shouldn't take this much time.

In all, it's a bright place for a breakfast & food, modernly decorated with food that tastes good, but the service was a turn off/minus. Why? We had to repeat, let them know about our order and on top of that, a few things were missing when arrived on the table and the waffles that was never served. 

Ambiance: 4/5
Food: 3.5/5
Service: 2.5/5

Did you try their breakfast? 



  1. the frittata you had was so yummmyyyyyyyyyyyyy and berry blast! Abhe doobara dill ker raha hai <3 But but but ;)
    Maliha Rao / Red Alice Rao


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