Café with Competent Food and Good Coffee
Reviewer: Aalok Wadhwa | 26th October 2019 | Reviewer Rating (Out of 5) 3.50

Please note: This review was done on an invitation from the restaurant to taste their food, and no bill was presented to the author. While the author assures you of objectivity, the review may be influenced by the personalized attention the author got.

Paras Trinity is not an easy place to reach. Thank God for the reassuring voice of Google maps while one was driving cross country with no roads that one reached the destination. Pablo is a café that has recently opened at Paras Trinity, a mall that is situated broadly somewhere between Golf Course Extension Road and Badshahpur, and we admins are here to review Pablo at the restaurant’s invitation. Once inside this open-air mall, one discovers some life. Pablo has a good, alive décor designed to appeal to millennials, though the seating, as one is soon to discover, is high and not very comfortable.

We start with Pedro Sandwich (Rs 300) a BLT sandwich that the menu says will be served over Ciabatta bread. With me being a big fan of Ciabatta, the sandwich is a let-down because what they call ciabatta here is just regular bread. Allison Salad (Rs 350) with kale, rocket & lettuce with bocconcini cheese is a decent salad.


David (Rs 600), a chicken pizza with a chicken base without any flour is quite tasty, and a chicken lover’s dream come true. The base is a thinly sliced chicken breast with more chicken piled on to it. Rodrigo (Rs 750) a grilled lamb patty with red wine jus served with sautéed vegetable and roasted potatoes is cooked just right and delicious.


Equally toothsome is freshly made Salvador (Rs 400) which is Ravioli stuffed with spinach & ricotta cheese. Ashley (Rs 250) being quesadilla served with salsa and sour cream is disappointing and could do with more crispness and filling. 


 Axel (Rs 600) being pork belly seared in teriyaki sesame oil served with mash potato and sauté vegetable seems to have originated from a rather obese pig whose belly seems to be all fat and no meat.

In coffees, Vietnamese coffee (Rs 190) made with cold condensed milk and a coffee shot is a sinful treat. Affogato (Rs 110) or a coffee shot with ice cream would taste better if they give the coffee and ice cream separately. Doppio (Rs 95) or double shot espresso with Panama country coffee beans is strong and full of flavour.


In the desserts, Shivendu loves the Caramel Pastry enough to polish it off. Rich Truffle Pastry is a chocoholic’s delight. In comparison, Black Forest Pastry is an also ran.



 If you are in the neighbourhood, Pablo can be a good café to hang out in. David, Rodrigo and coffee will keep you good company!

Ratings (Out of 5)

Food: 3.5| Seating: 3.0| Value: 3.5| Overall: 3.5

Meal for two: Rs 1600 | Alcohol: No | Credit Card: Yes | Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Address: 55, Paras Trinity, Golf Course Extension, Sector 63, Near Sohna Road, Gurgaon.

Tel: 0124 4309119

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Restaurant Information
Pablo – The Food Cartel Pablo – The Food Cartel
55, Paras Trinity, Golf Course Extension, Sector 63, Near Sohna Road, Gurgaon.
Telephone: 0124 4309119 view on a map
Opening Hours:
Average Price: Rs. 1200 - 1600