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The restaurant is well lit with pristine white door to door marble flooring, illuminating it further. This place apparently blends modern day cuisine with regional style recipes. The South Indian food items are slow-cooked, in earthen ware pots. The multigrain dosa is made of nine different types of lentils and grains and flavoured with several types of chutneys. It can be tried for its taste and consistency. The murgh dhaniya shorba is a mild soup that is seasoned with the very less spices and fresh coriander.
Went there first time to host a client dinner expecting a Taj experience but it's very ordinary. Spread is very average and service is poor. No one is showing any passion to the guest service like a typical business hotel.
Right from the time we entered the restaurant till we settled the bill, almost everything was delayed... Food we ordered was very average, chicken kebab was so cold when it was served... Though we did not complain we expected a better experience at a Taj property... Finally the staff had a courtesy to apologise for the delays in service...
Superb breakfast with ample vegetarian items on the buffet and again the best Hospitality. Thank you Mr Prem, Mr. Kundan, Miss Shiksha, Mr. Karthik. Heartfelt thanks to Chef Shobhit for the superb hospitality. Buzz is a superb place when it comes to hospitality and yes food.
Dinner buffet was nice with plenty of options for vegetarians. Starting from soup to starters and main course and, desserts were tasty. Heartfelt Thanks to Chef Shobhit, Saravana, Ashwini (tall thin guy with dark complexion). I will never forget such a warm hospitality. Sometimes two soothing words of kindness and love may fill your tummy than sophisticated dishes. Keep it up and this restaurant is highly recommended if you want to receive hospitality along with tasty and mouth watering food.
This was my first visit to Taj Gateway in OMR and more specifically the restaurant Buzz. We decided to go for the advertised Street Food Festival, which promised the delights of Lucknow, Kolkota and Kerala. It turns out that the so called Street Food Festival was an anemic addon to the regular buffet which in any case was pretty ordinary to say the least. I was expecting all kinds of kebabs from Lucknow, but what was on offer was Chicken legs and a vegetarian sheekh kebab that was dry and unpalatable. Oh, there was food from Kerala- Malabar parathas!!! Perhaps this was Kerala's addition to the Street Food Festival. The so called street food was poorly showcased. Having said that, looking around it appeared that the IT crowd and their foreign guests were mainly interested in having something to eat to go along with their beer. The desserts too were tame and boring. For the Taj name, the food was pretty uninspiring and factually inaccurate as far as this Street Food Festival was concerned. If you are looking for great food or are a foodie, you can safely give this place a miss. Save yourself the bother of braving the traffic, get yourself a takeout from your favorite neighborhood restaurant. Who knows, you might even find something interesting on TV.
All day dining restaurants are the best sort of restaurants there is. A place serving you meals the entire day whenever you want one. There are often those mornings or late nights when you are too early or too late to enter an establishment. These all-day dining restaurants come in handy then. Their flexible timings and varied global menu both attracts the diners towards it. Their classy presentable décor makes these kinds of restaurants an ideal backdrop for important business meetings or even a leisurely brunch with family or friends. They provide the dose of formality in parts, something which you require time to time. In Chennai city although there are several great all-day dining restaurants ‘Buzz’ takes the center stage for being one of the finest. It’s part of The Gateway Hotel in Sholinganallur.
The day starts pretty early for Buzz. Diners start pouring in since morning for a hearty lavish breakfast and the dining room stays busy throughout the day into the night. Keeping in mind their diverse clientele, Buzz presents a menu that trots all over the globe, handpicking only the best recipes from each culture. Give the bar menu a skip for a change and accompany your meal with a glass of refreshing tender coconut water or lassi. For appetizers nibble on, lamb seekh kebab, attukal soup, papdi chaat, samosa, kalan varuval, nutty beetroot salad with apple, murg angara kebab, nicoise salad with tuna and bharwan aloo. Fill yourself up with mains like, paneer methi, kozhi varutha curry, fish & chips, Spanish roasted chicken, penne arrabbiata, mutton rogan josh, vegetable club sandwich, nasi goreng, kari milagu peratal and grilled fish grenobloise sauce.
To get your sugar rush for the day indulge on a plethora of scrumptious desserts such as, saffron rasmalai, dark chocolate combo, orange panna cotta, shahi lancha jamun, traditional tiramisu, banana brulee, bull’s eye and an assortment of ice cream. Kiddies get their own special menu, a plus. Buzz is placed in a sprawling airy space divided by smart good-looking furniture. The interior concept is a lovely blend of modern and ethnic separated by thin wooden lattice screens breaking up the space evenly. Plate glass windows flows seamlessly along one wall filling the room with an abundance of sunlight. Buzz may be a little expensive but its wonderfully classy and upmarket.