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Bani Park is one of the earliest colonies of Jaipur where plot sizes are still obscenely huge (they range from 5000 to 10,000 sq yards) drawing a lot of envy from those in newer colonies where a 250 sq yards is considered a luxury! A lot of residents here have either tied up with builders or else have put their vacant land to some other use. Cake Town falls in the latter category as they have used a huge chunk to set up their bakery and a smallish hall for birthday, theme and kitty parties.


The fairly large, spacious bakery is conveniently located on the ground floor and is easily accessible from a side lane that runs behind the main house. The racks on the left as you enter are well-stocked and almost all the popular cookies and breads are on display. The display counter has an attractive range of pastries and cakes. The interiors are warm and the wooden ceilings add to the smart look of the place. There are two tables that can seat eight - good who people might want to eat their pastries right there!


As a bakery the focus of Cake Town is to provide preservative and egg free products and their Atta, Dalia, Multi Grain Bread is quite popular (all Rs 40). Their Garlic Toast (Rs 63) is especially good – crisp, buttery and fresh. The menu gives you a wide range of designer cakes for weddings, birthday parties and a limited, but popular range of pastries, brownies and muffins. Chocolate as well as Almond Caramel pastry (both Rs 50), Donuts (Rs 50), Veg patties (Rs 15) and baked Veg Spring Roll (Rs 20) and butter Cookies (Rs 90 for 200 gm) are worth trying. A limited range of sandwiches (Rs 30 average) are available as well.

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Cake Town is good value for money and the place to head for if you're fussy about no-preservatives and no eggs in your food. It has a good ambiance and it’s a quiet place where you can happily spend some relaxed time over your pastry or patty and is good value for money. However, one does wish that there was provision for tea and coffee but the owners don’t wish to add that on in the near future and are quiet happy to keep it a pick-up-and-go kind of place.....

Must Try

Almond Caramel pastry (Rs 50), Garlic Toast (Rs 63), Croissants (Rs 50) and Alu Patty Burger (Rs 15)

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Brown Sugar is located in C Scheme and is a great crowd puller. It is very popular with youngsters and seems a good option to stop by for tea or coffee and choose from a wide range of sandwiches and cakes. It’s crowded and always buzzing with activity. Not always possible to get a seat but that shouldn’t stop you….


The smallish coffee shop is on the ground floor and spills out in the open in the evenings. The eatery is small in size with a major chunk being used for display counters which leaves space for barely half a dozen tables. The interiors are neat and quite well done – though paucity of space makes it a little difficult to have a private chat. Best is to grab a table outside.


What matters most in any restaurant is the quality of the food on offer and that is one area where Brown Sugar scores. The menu gives you a wide range of sandwiches, starting from the Cole Slaw Sandwich (Rs.41) to Onion Mushroom (Rs.86), Paneer Tandoori Sandwich (Rs.67) and Spinach Corn Sandwich (Rs.86) and many more, interesting and unusual combinations – all reasonably priced. Other than sandwiches there are Wraps, Salads, as well as a few popular Italian and Chinese dishes but their specialty is cakes and pastries and they are really good. Some popular choices are Choco Black Forest (Rs. 59), DD Chocolate (Rs.64) and Chocolate Strawberry Truffle (Rs.73). There is also a wide range of good teas and coffees - Caramel Hot Chocolate (Rs.71), Cappuccino Grande (Rs.71) and Café Caramel (Rs.71) are some of the popular options.


Brown Sugar has a lot going for it in terms of its location, food and quality – it is indeed good value for money but where it needs to pay a little more attention is in the area of service. The staff seems to assume that customers are in no hurry to have their coffee and leave so they are a tad bit casual in their approach and rather slow in responding to calls.

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