The Crown Patisserie Chandigarh – Restaurant Review

Chandigarh is the party capital of Punjab attracting youth. Be it from nearby Himachal Pradesh, Haryana or even Delhi, Chandigarh never fails to amaze by its chilled out vibe. We found The Crown Patisserie Chandigarh in sector 17 market and I’m going to present my detailed review of this beautiful café. 

With only a day and a half, I wanted to feel the city, and explore restaurants the city has to offer. After exploring Rock Garden, with only an hour for my bus to leave, & hungry we (I & my cousin) headed to sector 17 market. We stumbled upon The Crown Patisserie Chandigarh. Intrigued by its very entrance and colourful decor, we decided to give it a go. 

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The Crown Patisserie Chandigarh Review


The restaurant has vivid interiors, with bright-coloured furniture I have seen ever in India. Throughout my blog, I have emphasised my love for colourful restaurants and I have found a perfect one. I would love if they open up in Delhi too 😉 

The Crown Patisserie, Entrance

The very entrance got me with their white coloured theme. Their furniture was in sync with red, turquoise & white colours. Bright red coloured decorations on the wall and uniquely designed red sofas were completely photogenic for me. A French Window styled balcony was a plus which was already taken, so we settled on a big red sofa in a corner.

The Crown Patisserie Chandigarh - Interiors

That red velvet sofa with a kiss on a turquoise wall was perfect for me. Earlier we chose the chairs above, but because the restaurant wasn’t crowded, we changed to the grand sofa.

The Crown Patisserie Chandigarh - Red Sofe

The best part of the restaurant was that their kitchen was facing the sitting area divided by a glass. It was like they have nothing to hide and are proud to flaunt their cooking techniques. 

The Crown Patisserie Chandigarh - Kitchen


We ordered three vegetarian dishes and two non-alcoholic drinks. One Fajita Sandwich, honey-chilly chicken wings, and Vegetable pot pie. I am a fan of smoothies and ended up trying some of the best smoothies I ever had –  Mixed Berry Smoothie and Passionfruit dry fruit smoothie.

The Crown Patisserie Chandigarh - Smoothies

Mixed Berry Smoothie

Mixed Berry Smoothie is a typical berry smoothie with a unique sweetened flavour. It was my cousin’s drink, so I just got to taste it a bit sadly. It was pretty good, refreshing but a kind of drink usually found in a variety of restaurants. I tried similar berry smoothie in Chillis’ Delhi, which was nowhere in comparison to this, yup that good.

The Crown Patisserie Chandigarh - Plates

Suggested Read – Farzi Cafe for Indian flavors with a twist.

Passionfruit dry fruit smoothie

The Passionfruit dry fruit smoothie was unusual. The flavour of passionfruit was the highlight of the drink with slightly tangy flavour. The merged dry fruits enhanced the flavour. Passionfruit is usually my pick until I tasted the berry smoothie flavour. Now, it’s a tough choice between these two for me. 

The Crown Patisserie Chandigarh - Table decor

Fajita Sandwich

Next came the Fajita Sandwich which is a form of Mexican delicacy with a bread stuffed with the spiced Mexican vegetables.

The Crown Patisserie Chandigarh - Sandwich and drinks

The sandwich used white bread, you may ask for brown bread if you don’t like that. Served with white and red sauce to enhance the flavours. A type of deep fries was also served along with the main dish, which was like a nice top up. Bear in mind, they’re deep-fried. 

The Crown Patisserie Chandigarh - Fajita Sandwich

I liked the sandwich, although I found it difficult to eat either using fork & knife or with hands. The stuffing keeps falling off from the sandwich giving a feel of just eating a plain bread. Apart from that, I was extremely delighted I chose the dish.

The Crown Patisserie Chandigarh - Food

BBQ Chicken wings

The BBQ Chicken wings arrived just a few minutes apart with the flavour of coriander. The chicken wings prepared with either BBQ or lime sauce, we chose the former. The BBQ sauce gave the chicken an unconventional flavour, which I didn’t relish much. The third dish which arrived later was better than the chicken wings. If you like BBQ sauce, you may give this dish a try.

The Crown Patisserie Chandigarh - Chicken wings

Vegetable Pot Pie

Vegetable pot pie arrived later and we had to rush to keep up with my schedule. The dish prepared from exotic vegetable with tomato gravy for a tangy flavour and boiled rice to enjoy it with. Served in a beautiful round bowl, the dish had a delightful sight. After a letdown from the previous dish, we jumped on this one, hence I couldn’t click a picture. But, I did manage to capture a photo when served on my plate. 

The Crown Patisserie Chandigarh - Vegetable Pot pi

This was one of the best dishes from all three we tried, but sadly we couldn’t finish it. But the lovely owner got the rest of the dish packed for us. 


While we waited for the bill and the dish to be packed, we thought of ordering a dessert from their amazing bakery menu. We chose cupcakes which I could have on my bus journey. Although they were too small to be packed in boxes they had, they did it anyway. I was completely amazed by the humble behaviour of the owner and the staff.

The Crown Patisserie Chandigarh - Bakery


The Crown Patisserie Chandigarh is reasonably priced in the range of fine dining ones. All the food we ordered cost us as low as 2000 INR or 30$. Non-vegetarian dishes usually cost a little more, but the pricing is nominal. 

The Verdict

I really enjoyed the meal, their superb service got their place on my blog. Decor and humble staff was the highlight for me from The Crown Patisserie Chandigarh. 

My Rating 4 Star

Thus, I highly recommend trying The Crown Patisserie Chandigarh when you’re in the town. What do you think?

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  1. […] last day in Chandigarh and after almost 4 hours of exploring the rock garden, we chose “The Crown Patisserie Cafe” based on word of mouth. I can proudly convey that I chose the café and it surely one of the […]

  2. Very interesting that is is a patisserie but apart from bakery stuff they also serve proper dishes. An interesting café and definitely a place I would very much enjoy myself.

    1. Shivani says:

      I was also surprised by the place 🙂 Glad you liked the post.

  3. I’d definitely have chosen the red sofas as well – so cool and decadent! I’m ways a big fan of smoothies too and the vegetable pot pie looks delicious 🙂

    1. Shivani says:

      The red sofa really looks amazing 🙂 And the food too. Glad you liked the post.

  4. Fajita sandwich now thats a first!

    1. Shivani says:

      I agree 🙂

  5. The smoothie looks incredible Shivana. It feels filling all the way from New Zealand 😉 Thanks for sharing 🙂


  6. Allison Fun Family Vacations says:

    Wow – those smoothies look delicious!

  7. Mmm, everything looks so yummy and those smoothies – oh my!
    I love when you can see what’s happening in the kitchen, so a big hand clap for that glass division they’ve opted to put over there.
    Thanks for the share

  8. This restaurant looks awesome! I love the décor, especially the red couches with a kiss mark above it! And I really like when restaurants have open kitchens and you can watch them prepare the food. The food and smoothies look delicious! I’ll definitely have to go when I visit India someday 🙂

  9. Looks like a beautiful place to visit with yummy food! I wish i knew about it before but nevertheless – the next time 🙂

  10. Christina Holthuis says:

    Yummy! The food looks delicious and I wonder how I could visit this place! Nice photos indeed, great work! The vegetable pot pie looks really delicious!

    1. Shivani says:

      Vegetable pot pie when served looked much better, sadly I couldn’t click it. Glad you liked the post 🙂

  11. Looks delicious! I’d love to go and try this place!

    1. Shivani says:

      Glad you liked it 🙂

  12. Looks great! Haven’t been to India yet, but if I’m ever there, I’ll make sure to try this patisserie:)

  13. Nice place. If I had known about this place then I had visited it when was in Chandigarh last year.

    1. Shivani says:

      I also found it by chance 🙂 Maybe next time you can visit here whenever you’re in Chd.

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