Review of Ground zero at Cest La Vie.

Review of Ground zero at Cest La Vie.

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Finally a bar where I can go and chill out. So what’s different about this place.? Chairs/sofa’s !! I have a thing for comfortable seatings, maybe it’s because of my impoverished childhood or some fetish. But the sofa’s and the chairs are really comfy here, its like sitting in your living room!


I had gone there on Thursday for a standup gig which was also a bar night. (Drink all you can at Rs 850/- per person) . Also they have a super happy hours on weekdays ( upto Thursdays) till 11pm. So I ordered a glass of wine, to start my experience and handed over my card, which for some reason wouldn’t swipe, my guess is the card swiper didn’t know his job). The drinks are reasonably priced at cocktails for Rs 350/ upwards. A King fisher Beer would cost you around 225/- Rs.



I wanted a Middle East mezze platter from the menu but was told it’s not available , then I asked for Quesadilla and waited till I was served some bruschetta. I was extremely hungry and ate up the mediocre looking bruschetta’s complaining mildly about the mixed order.


The guy on the bar stool next to me introduced to me as manager/owner was friendly and helpful except he had forgotten the wifi password for the connection which worked.


They have new people who are pretty rustic and clueless. So don’t expect to be enthralled by the service.


Now I didn’t ask the DJ’s name, but we seemed to have a telepathic connection after 2 glasses of wine and he was playing just the kind of music which made be hangout there for a while gradually sipping my wine.


Iam happy with this bar, it’s comfortable with a rich decor, kind of affordably priced bar menu and avoidable food. I would go on a full stomach for a drink and hangout since all our local bars are overcrowded.