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For a beer alone, or a round of drinks with colleagues, The Hub at Ibis is not too bad a choice. But don’t expect exemplary display of culinary talent from the kitchen here. The menu comprises mostly bar food and focuses on the familiar Indian stuff, including the Chicken 65, fried prawns, potato wedges, pakodas, jalapeno cheese poppers and nachos etc. You might have to wait a while for your order to turn up though, so get those drinks on the table first. If you want to eat your dinner here as well, ask if they can bring you the menu from Spice It – their other restaurant.
I have been a guest here a number of times...........Somyakant has always been his best in terms of courtesy and attending to special needs.........being a lone traveller on work.............i find him and his team so happy to interact. The food is amazing...............the spread ......the taste is like very close to home !!........Every visit renews the connect.................it surely is an awesome place to sit back relax and enjoy the mail in the company of Somyakant and his team............
The bar feels like a small section of the restaurant, but is nice and cozy. The menu is pretty much the same as the restaurant. The staff is very good and that makes up for everything, spl Sandeep who always went out of the way to make me feel comfortable and suggested me good dishes. A thumbs up for that.
The bar is connected to the restaurant "Square" and you have to enter it through the restaurant. Since the menu is pretty much common and you can order the drinks at both the places, there doesn't appear too much difference. Limited range of Indian, American and Continental cuisine.
This bar is connected to the restauant, and feels very open, which might not be fine for all. You get all the options here
Their is no separate entry to the bar , you have cross the a restaurant. They have single restaurant used for all purpose . No smoking allowed , you have to cross over to the other side for it. Make sense for in-house guest's not for outsiders . Rates are fine.