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Built like an Edwardian Hall around the central chandelier, The Residency wears its theme diligently. The large space does make it easy to navigate around the buffet, which seems rather unexciting on the variety front. A well executed selection of mains makes up for the limp salad and sparse appetisers. Courtesy Dakshin, the South Indian food is excellent, as is the international fare. North Indian dishes are just about serviceable but the staid desserts will leave you wanting.
Good service.K.K. and Arindan and Santhosh has served well. Satisfied. Looking forward same quality of good and service in the future.
We come first time at the residency resturant .they have very nice lunch buffet. Mr jana and mr kk done great job.
We are came for lunch around 25 people . Every food on time on the table. They have very good buffet spered. Mr kk and mr jana given us very good hospitality. Thx mr mohan ... We come back soon
WE went to this restaurant 8TH June and we all had memorable and happy experience with yummy foods and excellant service by all staff especially KK, SANTHOSH AND PANKAJ.
We had lunch at the residency restaurant. They have very good buffet speared. Mainly apitizer is so testy. And they have 26 type of desserts. We really enjoyed lot. Specially mr bhaskar mr jana and aswant taken special care. Thx everyone. Come back soon.
When it comes to global cuisine, very few restaurants manage to hit the spot. It is about the correct balance of décor, ambience, service and flavour, which achieves the desired effect. A restaurant can alone pull itself from the depths of non-entity by its food alone, but the ambience can take it a long way. Some places have gained a reputation of sorts when it comes to an all-round finesse and counted in the short list is ‘The Residency’ of Crowne Plaza hotel. Crowne Plaza is an old name in the world of hotels and hospitality. It is responsible for introducing to us some very fabulous restaurants that are known for both their food and style. The Residency tops the list. The restaurant is a highly opted dining choice for families and even businessmen who like to take advantage of the restaurant’s classic interiors.
Built along the classy old-fashioned lines, The Residency is the epitome of elegance. The décor feels as if it is stuck in a time wrap, from the wall to wall carpeted floor to the vast levelled ceiling carrying a huge crystal chandelier. Scalloped arches are draped with heavy deep coloured curtains and the furniture is upholstered in a patterned fabric. The style of décor is distinctly vintage so you get a sense of nostalgia when you peek in. The Residency leaves no stone unturned as far as elegance is concerned. The place is ideal for family dinners or small key celebrations as it’s wonderfully spacious but expensive. It may be slightly noisy for business meetings but if you pick a corner table, you might get the privacy you wanted.
The menu of The Residency is a varied one, featuring cuisines like North-Indian, South-Indian, Continental and Chinese. Relax in the luxurious comfort of the dining room and browse through the menu starting with, Cantonese fried chicken, chat pata tawa arbi, tom yum vegetable soup, chilli fish, beetroot salad, baby corn salt & pepper, paneer methi ke tawa tikki, murgh aatish tikka, subz moongphali ke tukde and golden fried baby corn. Main course selection gives a heady anticipation of, kai korma, slow cooked thyme & garlic chicken, gosht biryani, aloo karela, pork salami, dal Khyber, Singapore noodles, pasta with sun dried tomatoes, green beans in soya sauce and spinach ravioli with alfredo sauce. Wrap the meal with an assortment of decadent desserts.