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Located at T. Nagar, it is an all-day dining restaurant offering an eclectic multi-cuisine menu. The interiors of this restaurant are simple along with ambient lighting and comfortable cushioned chairs. The cost-effective menu gives you a reason to order your favourite dish without giving a second thought to it. The service was really appreciable and servers were ready to serve you some extra spoons also. Feast on Tandoori Murgh Chaat, Palak Corn Tikki, Tandoori Kukuda, Gosht Roganjosh, Sabzi Dum Biryani, Kiakari Stew and Phuket Fish.
Rendezvous in Sabari Quality Inn A good restaurant provide an excellent buffet. Their veg and non veg buffet are good and tasty. Hospitality is good, A decent restaurant in the bussy T nagar area . Nice place for a family gettogether. North indian and south indian food is available at reasonable rate. Desert counter is sumptuous.
This restaurent is located within the Quality Inn Sabari hotel in T Nagar. Variety of veg and non veg menu options are available. Buffet as well as ala carte options are available. Restaurent is open and adjacent to the main lobby and hence customers could get somewhat disturbed. Those looking for cosy dining experience may not find this suitable. However those who like to have quick and decent food would like this place. Service is good.
Whether it is breakfast, lunch or dinner, and considering the budget hotel standards, the options are wholesome and varied. Good quality food for the price
We stayed at the hotel so we tried the restaurant . Food was healthy though a little spicy at times. The breakfast is nice also.
This is a nice unpretentious restaurant, located in the Quality Inn Sabari in T'Nagar. The lunch buffet was a decent spread without the mind boggling abundance of dishes which you get in the five star places. Decision making relating to filling your plate was a fairly simple process. The starters - okra fry, garlic fish and spicy chicken were really good while the paneer passed muster. About half the dishes on the buffet were also rather good with those of South Indian origin, especially the lamb gravy, standing out. The desserts were ok with the carrot kheer drawing appreciation. The limited salads offerings were ok too. Our group was rather amused to find that the complimentary "mocktail" was jal jeera ! The service was good but a little more training would take it to another level. Prices are pocket friendly.