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The J (Borivali - West)

This place serves Sinful food - French Fries!! If that wasn’t enough you get to spoil yourself more with milkshakes/cakeshakes. If you have both together consider your lunch is done. 

Note: Borivali - West branch doesn’t serve NON-VEG options but they do have JAIN options.

Food:
 
BBQ Cheese Fries - BBQ sauce and the jalapeno cheese gives this fries an excellent hot and tangy taste.
Mayo Chilli Fries - This fries are spicy coz of chilli garlic sauce but the mayo gives enough touch to make it enjoyable.

Tandoori Chilli Fries - It’s a great Indian style combo of mozzarella cheese, tandoori sauce and chilli garlic.
Beverage:
Red Velvet Cakeshake - For all the Red Velvet cake lovers this cakeshake is a delight. Its mixer of Red Velvet cake and vanilla ice-cream.

Belgian Chocolate Cakeshake - This one’s all chocolaty with Belgian chocolate cake and Chocolate ice-cream.
Coffee Milkshake (Vanilla) - This taste like cold coffee with ice-cream. I believe it will be strong in taste with the combination of chocolate instead of vanilla which is an option.

 
Service: 
It’s a self-service joint. The preparation time was reasonable however, I believe with more crowd it might get delayed a bit. 
Ambiance: 
This open air joint with 4 tables. 2 are for standing crowd and other 2 are have chairs. The tables have holes carved in them so that they can be used to hold the cone of the fries. 
Room for Improvement: 
Being a non-vegetarian I’d love to taste the non-veg options at this Borivali - West joint. 
Rating: 
5/5
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