<![CDATA[Satya Niketan hosts many restaurants and is indubitably, the place where majority of the students from South Campus spend quality time and chill out. While most restaurants are theme based and slightly on the expensive side, Bake Day ensures you get the best of both worlds: a content belly and an unburnt pocket. Other than that, the vast variety in the menu can surprise you, given the affordable cuisines. The eatery serves the purpose of a bakery as well as a fast food joint. The space is a bit of an issue, but the service makes sure that people get their orders as fast as possible. Perhaps the best demanded cuisines are Bake Day’s own Combo Packages. Each Combo consists of a Burger/Pasta and a Coke. We opted for a Combo 2 which consists of a Chicken Burger Patty and a Coca Cola. The texture of the burger was juicy. The homemade sauce that is spread on the patty is delicious and the Coca Cola makes sure the food goes down into your belly with a tinge of moisture and sweetness to complement your meal. All this costs just Rs.55. We also ordered certain items from the bakery section. We ate a rum-ball, two rainbow pastries and a cream roll as well. The rum-ball was small in size, but the amount of white rum was extremely generous. The chocolate coating was delicious and the texture was great. The rainbow pastries were a bit dry, but the sharp taste of different fruits inside one pastry was commendable and finally the cream roll was equally delicious. All in all, Bake Day is extremely affordable and if you have to go on a date, on a low budget, that is probably the place. A table for two would end up costing 200 rupees. The ambience is a bit edgy, but what more would you ask for from a fast food joint this cheap? Image Credits- GoBuzzinga, Zomato Ishaan Sengupta [email protected]]]>
Kriti Sharma is studying BCom (Hons) at Hansraj College. She has a myriad interests, writing being just one of them. A debater, a scholar, a fashionista, she is more of an outdoors person who likes to run 6-8 km a day, just to clear her head. She is an ‘Army Brat’, but an unlikely one. Reading a book by lantern light in a tent by the banks of river Indus after a hard day’s trek in the mountains is her idea of bliss. She wants to be an investment banker but admits that writing lets her escape into a world of ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’.
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