Fine Dining Veg Giant Cream Centre in City - Simanta Bhagwati

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The Assam Tribune - Guwahati, Oct. 8, 2011: Fine dining multi-cuisine vegetarian giant Cream Centre, the chain that originated at Chowpatty and Oberoi Mall, Goregaon in Mumbai in 1958 has recently opened a 150-seat cozy restaurant at Lachit Nagar, GS Road (above KFC). Spread across 4800 sq ft, the 3000 sq ft sitting area is divided into two parts - 100 regular and 50 party area (small banquet for parties etc). It is equipped for all guests and 110-inch projection screen so that the F1 race or a T20 match is not missed during dining.
We aim to keep the taste as authentic as possible. So the raw materials and equipments are all procured from every corner of the world; for instance the tomatoes from Italy, and the paneer and cheese from different cities in India to add to the wow factor in taste, the owners said.
The menu includes cuisines ranging from sandwiches, chaats, Indian, Italian, Mexican, Lebanese sizzlers and 'lip-smacking' deserts. Here almost everything is creamsized. The iced-tea and ice cream sodas come in large glass that extends from elbow to palm. The same is the case with big nachos. The king-size bhatura with chana and a secret recipe is the trademark dish of Cream Centre where dining has to end with sizzling brownie fondue. The very choice of the cutlery, crockery and the glassware makes the presentation lively and enhances dining experience. For the cause of Jain friends many of the dishes can be prepared to suit them - without onion, garlic and potatoes, they said, adding, the chain is presently operating in nine cities across India.