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The first Cream Centre opened 5 decades ago at Marine Lines, Mumbai and since then they have been providing vegetarian delights to its well-established customer base. Among the contemporary dishes that have been added, the 'Mexican Bada Nachos' is a must-try, with loads of tortilla chips, refried beans, fresh lettuce, red onions, bell peppers and juicy tomatoes accompanied with salsa dressing, sprinkled with black olives, jalapeños and their sour cream dressing.
There is no other country in the world that can boast of having such an immense number of vegetarian dishes as India has. Although we love our meat and seafood, we still prefer to dabble in vegetarian food now and then. There are still a majority of households in the country that cooks vegetarian food on daily basis. Inspired by this common preference several restaurants popped up on the scene, dealing purely into vegetarian food. And leading the pack is one name that has become a hot favourite of the families and gourmets. An outlet of ‘Cream Centre’ is available in practically every major city, including Chennai, which boasts of a lot more than one outlet. You can find your culinary solace on the third floor of Forum Vijaya Mall at Vadapalani.
Unlike other vegetarian restaurants that deals in North Indian or South Indian food to reflect their veggie potential, Cream Centre goes beyond that. Its menu brings forth a vast array of global cuisine, displaying the vegetarian versions of Italian, Mexican and North Indian cuisines. Vegetarians and Jain community are their regulars with some carnivores as well, finding reprieve in the green menu of Cream Centre. Dig into their fantastic menu by starting with, onion rings, dahi batata puri, cheesy nachos, original tandoori paneer tikka, American corn cheese balls, Delhi papdi chaat, Mexican bada nachos, spring vegetable soup, chowpatty ragda pattice, achari paneer tikka and original falafel. Substantial main fare includes hits like, Bombay double decker sandwich, Mexican fajita sizzler, channa bhatura, corn capsicum masala, enchiladas, vegetable Manchurian and spicy vegetable ranch pizza. Food is light and packed with flavour.
Wash it all down with a strawberry mint mojito for that refreshing kick. Finish it up with a helping of sizzling brownie or mango ice cream in desserts. Cream Centre is only marginally pricey. For diners they create a pleasing soothing space where you can sit and chat for hours with your family or friends over good food. Soft shaded wall papered walls uplifts the room and by adding chic lighting they brings together the entire scene. Sprawled spaciously in a sunlit room, Cream Centre seems inviting, casually furnished and soothing to the eyes. It’s a good place to take your loved ones to for a low-key casual dinner.