Cream Centre is ready to serve in Salt Lake

The graffiti art on one of the walls has typical Calcutta elements like yellow cab, hand-pulled rickshaw and Howrah Bridge.

What: Cream Centre
Where: CE 23, Sector I, Salt Lake, near Ramkrishna Island
Timing: Noon to 11pm
Meal for two: Rs 700

While you wait for your order to arrive, you can brainstorm on the different puzzles that the innovative table mats come with.

After seven years of serving up yummy vegetarian fare on Allenby Road near Forum, Cream Centre is all set to enter Salt Lake. The new 98-seater outlet is done up in an eco-friendly way, with decor elements inspired by Mumbai and Calcutta. The restaurant will serve the same menu as the first outlet — global bites made keeping the Indian palate in mind. The menu also features some Jain dishes.

“We chose Salt Lake as it has an excellent customer base and we feel people here will enjoy the kind of food we serve,” said Prasant Menon, co-owner of the two Cream Centre outlets, who plans to host live music and karaoke sessions on Thursdays. A garden seating arrangement is in the pipeline. 


The Big Nachos: If you love nachos, you cannot miss this one. This dish has nachos loaded with bell pepper, salsa dip, lettuce, tomatoes and olives, topped with molten cheese. Rs 399

Italian Herbed Chilli Cheese Toast: A popular bite among youngsters, this one has cheese, red bell pepper and Italian herbs on toast. It is served with crunchy potato chips and tomato ketchup. Rs 249

Penne Al Forno: This penne pasta has a mix of roasted bell pepper sauce along with a secret cheese sauce and 
veggies. Rs 269 

Original Channa Bhatura: The mere size of the bhatura would satiate one’s appetite. This popular north Indian dish is a bestseller at Cream Centre. Rs 228

Peach Iced Tea: With every fulfilling meal, you need a drink to wash it all down. The Iced Tea in peach, strawberry and lemon flavours does just that. Rs 109 

Text: Mahima Maniar
Pictures: Arnab Mondal


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