Cygnett Park Asia an upscale Hotel brand of Cygnett Hotels and Resorts relaunches its finest “Cygnett Pavilion”restaurant and ‘Reputations’ Cafe Lounge with new design and feel at Jammu Tawi 4th Tawi Bridge RD, Jabah, Jammu.The restaurant was inaugurated by Manjit kaur Anand, wife of late Harjinder Singh Anand who was the sole of the hotel.
Cygnett Pavilion is an all-day dining restaurant which offers lots of choices in terms of Buffet and a la carte menu. The restaurant serves varied menu in breakfast, lunch and dinner with buffet options at discounted prices. There is a special treat to the vegetarian’s in the form of ‘Mast Mangal’ a pure vegetarian dinner buffet on Tuesday and on Thursday’s Cygnett dinner buffet at nominal prices as compared to the rest of the days, over and above the restaurant also offers good live band music to its guests on every weekend.
The Reputations Cafe Lounge is a place of its kind in the city which remains open till 3 AM at night, offering its food and services to night dwellers.The cafe offers several Pre-plated Meals, Savories, Sandwiches, Kathis, Bakery products like Lavash, Loafs, Struddles, Tarts, Flans, Macaroons, Marshmallows, Pastries, Cakes etc. The café is a perfect place for business meetings with choices like Tea and Special Coffee along with comfortable services like free wi-fi, Menu on iPad.
Designed in a contemporary style with high ceiling and industrial accents, the Cygnett Pavilion and Reputations creates a great ambiance that mesmerized its guests with a perfect blend of delicious food, soothing music and comforts that no customer would deny to visit again.
Speaking on the occasion, Amit Sood,General Manager at Cygnett Park Asia said, “We are delighted to launch these two finest outlets in the town. Cygnett Pavillion and Reputations café lounge is all about bringing fun, dynamic foods and good experience to suit the current preference of our guests. Our team members have invested good amount of efforts in setting up the restaurant in order to match the current trend in the hotel industry”.