Children’s Birthday Parties
Cake and food
Birthday Ideas & Organisers
I always go to Party In A Box in CTC Mall in MG Road Gurgaon. They have a wide variety of theme party decorations including first birthdays.
Also try the Allied Party Store in Khan Market (near Good Earth) and in Select Citywalk Mall (I think they’re on the floor above mothercare but I’m not sure).I used Allied Toy/Party shop in Khan market, they have absolutely everything you could need.
Coffee, Cake to Birthday plans
Yes, there will be cake to go with your cup of Joe, when Plymouth Coffee Bean celebrates its 20th birthday, noon to 6 p.m. Saturday, May 18.
Grilled burgers and hot dogs, magic, games, a moonwalk, and live music by The Pottersfield, Bill Synum & Co., Cold Tone Harvest, Sugarspell and The Social Bones will round out the food and fun at the popular downtown Plymouth coffee house, located at 884 Penniman, just west of Main.
Owner Steve Prokes attributes the Bean’s success to its downtown location, with outdoor seating and to “the ambiance of the house itself.”
“I used to travel and check out other places and I never found anything quite like it,” Prokes said.
Its menu also offers a one-of-a-kind culinary experience that visitors won’t find in other local coffee houses — made-to-order and professionally-prepared crepes.
We asked Prokes about the Bean’s signature menu item:
Q: When are crepes available?
A: 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
Q: Are crepes the most popular menu item?
A: On weekends they are.
Q: What’s popular during the week?
A: Just regular sandwiches.
Q: What makes a good crepe?
A: The batter. It truly is the batter. And we have close to 35 to 40 items to choose from (for made-to-order fillings).
Q: What are some of your more popular crepe fillings?
A: We have our black bean burger, pepper jack cheese and hummus. We’ve got our infamous Nutella, strawberry and banana. We’ve got chocolate chip, strawberry and banana, and the other would be turkey with cheddar cheese and spinach.
Q: What’s your favorite?
A: I stick with turkey … ham … bacon.
Q: What’s the weirdest combination you’ve ever made for a customer?
A: I had a guy get a turkey, cheese and chocolate chip. To me, that is weird. Then again, he thought it was the best he ever had.
Q: Anything new on the menu?
A: We’re starting to bring in some gluten-free stuff. I’m looking at brownies, cookies, health bars.
Q: Any chance we’ll see a gluten-free crepe any time soon?
A: The problem is the batter doesn’t last more than a day or two. The last thing we want to do is have waste. We haven’t had a whole lot of request for it. In four years maybe we’ve had a couple dozen. If I get 100 or 200, then we’d look into it.