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Today you see a whole bunch of restaurants that are pure vegetarian but serving Mexican and Italian dishes. The one who started the trend many years ago was Cream Centre and it is so popular, it now has 7 outlets across the city. At most places you will find people lining up outside patiently waiting for a table as they swear by the food. The menu is a mix of Indian, Mexican and some Italian dishes but all catered to the Indian palate and all strictly vegetarian.
When it comes to dining out in Mumbai, the rule is simple - you get what you see. Comforting homely food is often the most opted for choice for diners in Mumbai especially after a week of fancy global dining. But if you don’t want to compromise on worldly fare and still like a bit of comfort then we have a perfect place for you. Any hard-core foodie in Mumbai must know about ‘Cream Centre’, a popular chain of restaurants dotted all over the city. Cream Centre is one of the fastest growing chain of restaurants with numerous outlets in Mumbai, including the one at Phoenix Market City in Bandra Kurla Complex. It is much frequented by families and foodies alike, who come to savour some wholesome vegetarian food from around the world.
The menu of Cream Centre offers vegetarian version of cuisines from across the world. Vegetarians especially prefer this place as they get to savour a wide variety of vegetarian dishes in reasonable prices. North Indian and Italian cuisines are both targeted and presented in a lovely manner in front of the diners. While the bill might not break your bank balance, it doesn’t come cheap. You can start the meal with appetizers such as, onion rings, original tandoori paneer tikka, dahi batata puri, sweet corn soup, nachos with Mexican beans, American corn cheese balls, cheesy nachos, big paneer tikka, French fries and Italian herbed chilli cheese toast. Move things along with mains like, Bombay double decker sandwich, Lahori sizzler, channa bhatura, paneer makhani, methi aloo paratha, subz dum biryani and all-in-one pasta. Food is pleasing and comforting.
To bring this wonderful meal to its rightful end, finish with a duo of mouth-watering desserts. Have your pick between a sizzling brownie fundae or a delectable malai kulfi. The interiors of Cream Centre are casual and smart with drooping crystal chandelier, colourful wall art installations and simple yet comfy furnishings. The look is informal, good-looking and private. Spacious large dining room accommodates large groups of diners comfortably. Staff is another of their strengths. They provide a good and smooth service by being always at your beck and call. Dining at Cream Centre is surprisingly not expensive. If you want some delicious vegetarian food then Cream Centre is your best bet.