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Located on Queen’s Road in Vaishali Nagar Jammie’s Kitchen is one of the few good restaurants that side of town. It was a slow mover in the sense that in the initial year the owner, Upendra Singh Jamwal (Jammie!) depended mostly on word-of-mouth publicity and was happy to wait for local foodies to discover his restaurant and its cuisine. Two and a half years down the road and it has managed to attract a loyal guest base and people do go back for innovative meals and good service and a value-for-money meal.

Décor

Perhaps the first thing you will notice about Jamie’s Kitchen is that it’s not located in a crowded area and the large hall (it can seat 54) is well-lit and also allows natural light from three sides so the feeling of being boxed-in is certainly not there. The interiors are non-fussy, non-cluttered with just the basic seating – obviously the focus here is more on cuisine. An added advantage is the adjoining garden that can be booked for larger parties as it can accommodate up to 150 people.

Food

On offer at Jammie’s is Indian and Continental fare and the available choices in both the segments will make your job of deciding just a little more difficult….However, some of the recommended items on offer are Sabz Seekh Kebab (Rs.275), Murg Malai Kebab (Rs.350) and Tandoori Tiger Prawns ( Rs.1500). There are a large variety of mutton/fish/sea food available – Grilled Basha (Rs.425), London Town Fish & Chips (Rs.425), Grilled Jumbo Prawns (Rs.2100) and Filet De Beckti A La Meuniere (Rs.450). Other popular choices are Roast Lamb (Rs.475) and Bacon Wrapped Chicken (Rs.395). There is an equally interesting choice for vegetarians – Dahi Wale Baingan (Rs.225), Moroccan Spicy Vegetables (Rs.325) and Vegetable Au Gratin (Rs.295). There is enough choice for the fussiest of guests and the food is good. Good value for money.

Plus & Minus

Go to Jammie’s Kitchen - not for the atmosphere, not for the ambience but purely for the food choices and the quality of food and what’s good here is that you get to try a whole lot of dishes that you don’t normally get at other restaurants. Chances are that you will find it rather quiet and peaceful with not too many customers but that shouldn’t bother you if you’re there for the food. Service is fairly good and it’s a place where you can enjoy a totally relaxed meal.

Must Try

Shephard’s Pie (Rs.475), Dhaniya Murg (Rs.250), Dahi Wale Baingan (Rs.225), Masala Fried Beckti (Rs. 125) and Death by Chocolate (Rs.150)

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It’s a difficult name to start with and most people end up calling it “Sest Bon” to be understood! C’est Bon is located just off M.I. Road where its parent hotel - Hotel Imperial was popular for its Chinese restaurant Golden Dragon. C’est Bon came up here two years ago in a totally new avatar as a patisserie-café.

Decor

When you walk into the well-lit café the first thing that will immediately set your mood is the heavenly smell of freshly brewed coffee – you know you’re in a café! Then the colourful and attractive interiors catch your attention. ….there is a smallish sitting area with about nine tables that can seat around 36 people. The display counter is well-lit and inviting. There is also first floor seating that is mainly used for kitty parties for a smallish group.

Food

For a café and patisserie the menu is quite extensive and on offer is Indian, Chinese, Italian and Continental fare. Since the original Chinese restaurant Golden Dragon was very popular the owners decided to keep that going as well just in case some old timers demanded Chinese! However, the patisserie-cafe menu gives you a wide range of burgers, breads, sandwiches, pastries. You can choose your coffee – Americano (Rs.69) or Caramel Macchiatto (Rs.115) and combine it with any of the popular pastries - Opera (Rs.110) Cheese Cake or Chocolate Truffle. A quick meal can include a Lamb Burger (Rs.275), The Muscle Man – a mushroom and soy patty (Rs.225). Be prepared to fill a form indicating your choice of bread and the accompanying fillings that you want. Also on offer is All Day Breakfast that includes Waffles with Eggs and bacon (Rs.175) and Pancakes with Mapple & Chocolate (Rs.99).

Plus & Minus

C’est Bon is a vibrant place and scores in terms of its location, interiors and service – its quiet and peaceful and certainly a place where you can relax over coffee. However, where it needs to pay a little more attention is mainly in the area of food. The bakery offers a wide range of breads and pastries and the popular items are well-prepared but more attention needs to be paid to items that are less-ordered. Better to go with the tried and tested.

Must Try

Waffles smudged with honey and butter, fried bananas topped with whipped cream (Rs.150), Spring Veg Pasta in a Creamy Tomato Sauce (Rs.250) and Chicken and Mayo Burger (Rs. 125).

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