After a long and tiring day, I decided to hop over to someplace new for food cravings, unlike sticking to familiar places that I’ve been doing for a while now. Out of the blue, a friend suggested Crinkles and Melts, upon hearing the name it felt like an ice cream shop but we found it to be a cool hang out spot for quick bites and larger than life desserts menu.
Tucked on the Kilpauk Garden road, the place is hard to miss, for landmark its a bit further from Little north.
You may have to wait since it’s a popular hangout spot. The decor was quirky, the seats comfy and music playing on another end. They had a rather simple menu with starters, burgers, sandwiches, noodles, pizza and an extensive dessert menu.
Initially, we looked at the starters menu and picked Pizza cheesy bites, these pockets were oh so yum and accompanied by sauce and mayo.
Round 2 was all about the burger, I had to go with the spicy veg burger, just the name (Spicy) was enough to lure me into gluttony. The burger bread was soft and it was a perfect crunch, honestly, the patties were good to be eaten away just plainly.
The noodles were next on the list. When you’re practically making Maggie in different flavors. There is no going wrong with this. We had ordered the Peri Peri Maggie and we weren’t let down, it was a good twist to the plain old noodles. They had quite a list to choose from you can pick the Chettinad noodles to cheesy or herb-infused Maggie
Next came the Veg pizza, Um let’s just say we underestimated the size of the pizza, initially, we thought it would be small in size, but the servings which came were of a medium. I could barely finish a slice of the pizza even though there was nothing to complain about.
In between meals my friend wanted to go for the mother of all things sweet, but I was against eating a big portion of the what I would call it gravity-defying overloaded with chocolate which included a waffle, brownie, a cone with ice cream topped with waffle and sprinkles with ice cream. (If you’re a dessert lover, this place has way too many options to satiate you from waffles, cheesecakes and more)If the description was enough to give you a sugar rush, you’ll have to try it to believe it. We went with the basic vanilla ice cream cone with sprinkles on the top.
The bill came up to a 750/- which I found quite okay because I was full with the entire round of items that we had ordered and I was thoroughly satiated.
Address: 261, Kilpauk Garden Road, Kilpauk, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600010