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Jeevan Cafe

Nungambakkam
No. 14, Jaganathan Road, Nungambakkam, Chennai
05:30 am to 03:30 pm, 07:00 pm to 11:00 pm
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Price: Rs.500 for two

Cuisine: Chinese, Continental, North Indian, South Indian

Known for: Medu Vadai

Buffet
Pure vegetarian
Kid friendly
Valet parking
Large screen
Air conditioned
Take Away








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Veda Vyass - Burrp User

Veda Vyass

March 16,2013
3.3

Mass food

The buffet is really good and it is a steal if you go there during the weekends. It is just 250 Rs during the weekends. Although it is just purely veg it has an amazing spread.

you can go with your friends and you will never forget the experience :)
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uma shenbagam

December 30,2011
1.8

Sumptuous Buffet at Jeevan

Visited Jeevan Your Café today for lunch – their buffet is simply stupendous ! Rs 250 per person is a steal !! It offers extensive choice for so little money. I never knew veg food had so much variety.

The buffet has Indian, Tandoori, South Indian, Chinese and Continental food. I had Sweet Corn Soup, Spring Rolls and Tandoori Gobi for starters – very tasty. Vegetable Pulao could have been a tad less oily. The simple Dal Fry took the cake. Paneer Makhanwala and Aloo Mutter – no complaints.

Szechwan Noodles was spicy, as expected. Tofu and Spinach in Hot Garlic Sauce was definitely an innovative creation – I have never had this dish elsewhere. Baby Corn Pepper Salt was OK. My partner told me that the Macaroni in Mushroom Sauce was good – I don’t like Mushroom, so didn’t get a chance to taste it. Coconut Rice garnished with finely sliced fried coconuts was a definite original dish from Kerala. Murunga Keerai Sambar was again, a welcome deviation from the usual Sambars.

Vendaka Kara Poriyal was yummy – I wonder how their cooks manage to retain the natural green colour. We gobbled on the Gulab Jamuns and slurpy Semiya Payasam. The Fruit Platter had a decent variety of fruits. Ice Creams and Rava Kesari completed the desserts.

The Manager was jolly and helpful but a tad condescending. They don’t have local waiters, so a bit of a language problem when communicating with them. But is language a barrier when there is great food and service in lieu.

Overall I would rate Jeevan as a wonderful place with good, vegetarian food.
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