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One Atria Café does buffet style breakfast, lunch and dinner. Often, there are themes that run across all of the meals served up. Breakfast especially will see the use of local grains and healthy ingredients – so think 'Ragi Dosas', 'Oats Upma' and the like. Of course, you also have a great choice in terms of a continental brekkie – breads, eggs to order, waffles with the works, sausages, grilled veggies and more. There is also an Indian spread and my personal favourite was the 'Chole Puri' that was served up. Lunch is usually not as elaborate as the dinner spread unless you are doing the Sunday brunch, which is then quite extensive. Make sure to try the South Indian meat and veggie offerings which are not your usual suspects and are really delicious. The Sunday Brunch is the biggest draw here, especially, because the pool is part of the offering and there is an exclusive bar set up right next to it. The Salad counter is an extensive one with cold cuts as well a range of Indian inspired salads. The chaat counter is a good one (and you can even throw together some 'Vodka Pani Puri' for yourself at the table). The 'BBQ Pork Belly', if on offer during your visit, should be something you try. The grill section which is placed outside the main restaurant and by the poolside does a good job. The dessert counters are quite tempting with a good range of Indian and international dishes.
My husband and I visited the outlet on Diwali day for lunch. It was our first visit to Radisson Atria hotel. The hotel is small and cozy. We were welcomed at the main porch by a senior gentleman, looked like a senior management personnel to me. Thank you and wonderful gesture sir! We went to the cafe and staff there were also very welcoming. The restaurant had natural light coming in. That's very important point for me- I love such places. The buffet spread was good. Food was tasty, people serving us were well groomed and polite. Had a wonderful time, great experience beyond expectation. Just a suggestion: some Diwali special indian sweets or food items on the buffet would have been really outstanding.
very good service by rakesh. food was great, pariticulary the tandoori gobi and aloo paratha. great spread for the buffet
Had a delicious and yummy food at morning breakfast among 300+ different items of fruits, juices, green salad, south & north indian foods, continental , bread & bakes. Arranged in a spacious and sprawled way where you can't resist to eat stomach full neither your restrictions of low carbohydrates, low spicy, high nutritious bla.. bla ... will go to hell.Luxury seating with good privacy, ready to cook arrangement for guest requested tailor made foods to prepare and serve hot 'n' tasty.
Just spoiled my Saturday lunch with my family. No good taste any food. Variety of spread was not at all upto the mark. I don't know what to eat. Only one Paneer sabji (Curry) without any gravy was available. Temperatures of the food was not maintained properly. Not even one single desert was good to eat. Can you imagine no ice cream in desert. Even after complaining the chef about the sabji no corrections were made I think. No floor manager to ask or complain any thing about. I had informed the ladies at the front desk about the booking through eazydiner they did not even care about it and finally as expected they gave me the Bill without any discount. No wonder why we did not see any people there.
After researching for a couple of days, we zeroed in on One Atria for our anniversary brunch. The food was great obviously, too many good options especially among the south Indian dishes. The icing on the cake was the surprise they gave us through an anniversary cake. Awesome experience!