Good Food Review | CanniesAugust 20, 2018 0 By Kamalika Anand
After the review article on Wood Box Cafe, Satya Niketan as promised, I will be reviewing other cafes in Satyaniketan. Cannies is a petite cafe on the main street of Satya Niketan but some might still miss out on it.
Also read, Good Food Review | Wood Box Cafe
What will attract anybody about Cannies is
- The ambience, which makes it a good spot for quick dates
- The welcoming staff who will happily come to your rescue when you’re unable to decide what to order.
- And its pocket friendly
Good Food Review: What did I order?
- Vanilla shake
- Banana shake
- Ricotta Chicken Ravioli
The reason why I am not reviewing the dishes individually is because it narrows down to only one concern that I have with this cafe – that they need to work on the quality of food they serve, even though they have a good variety of dishes in their menu, they do not taste a perfect 5/5.
But again, if you ever find yourself in a situation where you can’t decide what to order, they have one full wall dedicated to comments and reviews and even though I did not get a chance to try their desserts, these wall reviews surely did praise them a lot.
In case if you guys are wondering which phone or Camera do I use to click photos, I use Canon’s 700D/T5i DSLR & Xiaomi’s MI A1 phone to capture the photos,
Both come with decent camera quality, Canon 700D/T5i is a beginner’s DSLR Camera with good features and MI A1 is an android phone which is very easy for your wallet.
When I started this blog I promised to myself that I would only recommend products I use and believe in. Some Post contains affiliate links- ie links to product usually on Amazon etc, If you shop through my links I may get a small commission which helps me to support and run this website, but you don’t have to pay extra, However I never recommend products and services I don’t believe in or use personally.
About The Author
Kamalika Anand, 20. Expressing my love for food in the most clichéd way possible here. Food makes me happy. It has managed to keep me engaged and excited throughout, unlike all other hobbies I’ve had since childhood. I believe one can create magic in a kitchen with a handful of ingredients or simply by being open to tasting all kinds of food the world has to offer, starting now. I hope through this blog, none of its readers ever have to sit in a cafe or a restaurant in Delhi, flipping through a menu card, unable to decide what to order.