Food & Drinks
Bibo's menu revolves around waffles. They do both sweet and savoury waffles, along with a few desserts and drinks. We tried the All-Day Breakfast Waffle (Rs. 1450), a Mojito (Rs. 500) and a Passion fruit Mousse (Rs. 500).
The eggs were done nicely, had golden coloured, runny yolk pouring out, the sausages and bacon were cooked right, while the sauce was tangy and packed with herbs. Soft, but a bit doughy, the waffles had the right sweetness. You can adjust it to your liking by drizzling some honey on it.
This Passion fruit Mousse is one of the best desserts we've had this year. Creamy and wonderfully airy in texture, it was rich with the natural sweet and sour notes of passion fruit. Superb!
Refreshingly tart and minty, they do a good Mojito, and serve it in a gigantic jar.
Ambience & Service
It's a kitchen inside a container. They share the same seating space at The Grove like the rest of the restaurants. Our server was a helpful gentleman who made sure that we get our food without any delay, and was happy to welcome any feedback we may have.
A good spot to grab some decent western-style brekkies, we liked our experience at the Bibo's Cafe. While they can improve the waffles, the other aspects were quite impressive. It's right next to our office too, and we definitely see ourselves going back.