Gone are the days when Jammu was a small town with few eat out places serving standard dished. The city is growing and developing with a wide range of restaurants to cater to your taste buds. Here are new restaurants in Jammu, every food lover should try .
The Grandstand Palm Island,Jammu
Hoping to get a taste of the wood fired oven pizza and getting clicked on the game of champions chair (like the game of thrones one) , look no further than this sports bar cum lounge. With its classy ambience, lots of space , catchy decors and T.V screens ,It is a perfect place to go with your group of friends for lunch while indulging in games like snooker and fooseball.
The complimentary appetiser that tasted like a pear, popularly known as ‘ Amuse -Bouche’ in French. It is a Palette cleansing appetiser that prepares one ‘s taste buds for the forthcoming meal. thin crust pizza’s with some home made (and not canned) tomato concasse and good quality cheese. The meal is brought to an end with pan shots as a mouth freshener ( that is too on the house. Detailed Review: The Grandstand Palm Island,Jammu Review
Location: The Grandstand Palm Island Jammu
Recommendations: The wood fired oven pizza:The char -base pizza, The hummus,pita bread, The quesadillas,and interesting desserts like Chocolate dome that is melted with caramel right on your table.
Prices: are affordable ranging starting from INR 150 .
2. Chetty’s corner, Jammu:
Their crunchy fried Peri Peri twistato and the VIP skewer with cottage cheese and Mushrooms make an excellent vegetarian evening snack.
Where: Chetty’s corner, near Vermani, Nanak nagar, just opposite Lorenz cafe.
Price: 70 and 80 INR + 10INR for cheese.
Recommendations: Tandoori Twistato,Hariyali , Chilli Twistato Masala etc. This place also offers several desi snacks like bhel Pudi, and desi chinese Veg momos.
Ambience: The place is small with a sitting of around 4-5 people at a time, but you can order in your car and enjoy. Detailed review Twistatoo at Chetty’s corner
Order though Zomato: Chetty’s Corner
This place has one of the most eye catchy and interesting decors.The service was good as well.This place seems quite promising.
Whats new: offering varieties like duck, prawns and lobsters along with some much sought after dishes like Snitzchel, mushroom au gratin. They also offer Chinese and Indian main course. Alcohol and Sangria is served as well.
Their desert menu too had interesting options like Bakalava (which wasn’t available at that time sadly) ,Creme brule` and apple pie. Also, they use mostly organic products.
Recommendations: Argentinian Parilla Chicken :Potato Augratin and Chicken Espagnole, Lobster in Garlic butter and Sangria. Detailed Review Red Farm country side Bistro