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Tacky Ferrari-stickers on the door and Rosso Corsa coloured air conditioning vents are all the motorsport cues you will get at Ferraree, which is otherwise quite pedestrian. It is pretty much a de-rigeur budget hotel coffeeshop, with an unexceptional buffet spread to match.
Had breakfast for two days when I stayed. The spread was very less for the quality of the hotel. It could be better.
2weeks before went for a buffet with my family & relatives I Got a worst response from manager in-charge and waiters, The staff were average nothing to rave about. While checking out the buffet counter, there are always food containers that are not refilled on time, which made everyone go back several times to get the food . Staffs also took a long time refilling the bowls, spoons and forks so even if you get the food, you still can't start eating. Service is always rushed on Monday night, Maybe they're understaffed? The food looked of poor quality so I sampled only a few items and left most on the plate. I then searched the dessert section where there was similar low quality items. The fish was dry and was not flaked so i'm not sure if it was fish? I am not one to complain but I had to review this restaurant. Don't go there, save your money. Food :2.5/5 Service:1/5 Value:2/5 Atmosphere:4/5
Last week, my friends and I visited the Ferrari for a midnight buffet. Most of the restaurants in town are shut by 2am or 230. However, this one is open till 3am. So, we thought we will hog from 2am to 3am. We went inside the restaurant, sat down to eat buffet. After a few minutes, I went to the buffet counter to check what dishes were laid. I could see 4 main course, 1 starter, 2 sides, 1 salad, 1 sweet and vanilla ice cream. I was shocked to see very less number of dishes. But, I did not have a choice to go elsewhere. So, we took our plates assuming the food would be good. The disaster started here. There was mutton biriyani without mutton pieces, chicken kolumba without chicken pieces (only bones), methi pulao without a lot of methi, sad looking and tasting parotta. Then they had plain dosa. Guess there were plenty of dosas that the waiter placed 6 dosas on our table once we returned to our chairs to sit and eat. No chutneys for the Dosa. The vanilla ice cream was a nightmare as it was extremely soft just like a milkshake. The restaurant looked extremely dull and the waiters definitely looked quite depressing. To worsen things up, when I asked for a glass water to drink, guess they just kept the glass on the stove and brought it straight to me. The glass was piping hot too. Terrible place! This restaurant needs a massive makeover.
Fine dining family restaurants are ideal for every occasion, be it a get together or a team lunch with your colleagues. These sort of restaurants are more versatile than the others and carry a more varied wider menu. Families come in hordes during meal times to sample their homely cooking and visit these restaurants frequently on weekends. Benzz Park Hotel in T. Nagar area houses one such fine dining establishment that is an immense favourite with the locals. Not only ‘Ferraree’ is classy but it’s budget-friendly as well. A great preference with large group of diners, Ferraree turns out to be a reasonable dining affair. Drive down to T. Nagar, throw your keys to the valet and step into the delicious world of Ferraree. The restaurant opens its doors about eleven so you can even stop by for a lavish brunch with your girlfriends.
The décor of Ferraree is designed on the timeless lines. Interiors are kept simple with beige walls with bright red chairs to add the vibrancy. Overhead, sharp yellow lights casts the entire room in a bright cheerful glow. If there is one thing we can say, it’s spacious. Plenty of formal tables are thrown in the mix to divide the room properly. Walls are bare and there is nothing stylish or striking about the décor but you don’t really miss the style when faced with their delicious food. A long buffet area runs in the next room leaving the dining area unbarred and clutter-free. Their buffet draws a lot of attention of the regulars so the place is kept buzzing at all times. Service is smooth and warm. You server is attentive to your needs at all times.
Menu of Ferraree is varied with multiple cuisines finding their way into the menu. You will be able to experience Chinese, South-Indian, North-Indian and Continental cuisines at their best form. It’s wise to begin this culinary journey with starters like, fish tikka irani, noodle soup, shrimp louis, mushroom pepper salt, drums of heaven, five spice lamb, tandoori aloo, mutton seekh kebab, chicken fried wontons, golden fried prawns and paneer tikka. Tackle the Indian or oriental gravies with either a flatbread or a bowl of noodles. The menu entices you with, vegetable machurian, channa masala, gosht rogan josh, ham burger, vegetable in a creamy pesto sauce, blackened chicken breast and pizzas. Finish with a payasam or apple pie or gulab jamun.