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A Pan Asian restaurant most notable for its dim sum and a generous buffet spread. The food is comparable to what one may find at a good free-standing restaurant but if you are looking for a gourmet experience you will be disappointed. However, what works for Asia Alive is its value-for-money proposition, which is best suited to a large group of diners looking for a decent meal experience with ambience. This restaurant would not hit any top lists with its unambitious approach to the cuisine but neither will you feel like it’s been a waste of money.
This restaurant is associated with the Doubletree at Gurgaon. It serves very nice and tasty food covering a large number of cuisines. I particularly enjoyed the Indian food and especially the Bhindi Dopiaza - it was delicious.
Visited Asia Alive today food was awesome specially the starters. Mutton quality needs improvement. Thanks to the personalised service of abhimanyu, Raj, Samir and last but not the least Kaushik Chef who made our dinner memorable.
Had a wonderful experience at the executive floor of double tree hilton Gurgaon... Vimal was so helpful and caring.. He looked after us after a long day of wedding shopping for my daughter... Thank you..
#Foodreviewbyshradha #RampuriCuisine #DoubleTreeByHilton Before we talk about the overall experience of the Rampuri festival that we experienced a few days back, I would also like to talk about it's origin. Though most of us relate to Rampur with the famous Rampuri chaku, there is so much to know about it. Rampur was a small riyasat situated between Delhi and Lucknow Highway. It borrows it flavours and taste from Awadhi, afgani and Hyderabadi cuisine but also has a distinct taste of it's own. It has it's own chungezi masala that is a blend of about 21 spices and herbs. The chefs don't like to use powdered masalas and rather use khada masalas.Onion is one of the basic ingredients and is used in many forms such as paste, golden and brown. Not only this strong flavors and perfumes are also not used. The moment we entered the room, which was specially reserved for us, rose sharbat was served which had just the perfect amount of sweetness and went well with the array of kababs we tasted. What I also loved was Begum Akhtar doing her magic with ghazals in the background. It took me back to my adolescent age when both me and my father used to listen to her ghazals every night. There was a variety of kababs that were served including kele and kathal ka kabab but what made a mark for me was the kathal one. The garlic chilly chutney with which it was served made a perfect combination. The main course that included arbi ka salan , paneer and potato rasiledar were an absolute delight. The dry daal made it's special place for me . It was loaded with Desi ghee but one would certainly not like to miss it. Desserts are an important part of the Rampuri cuisine. I had a bit of all three that were served but liked sevaiyan the most. And last but not the least the meetha pan in the end ensured that we could digest the food well as everyone of us were so loaded. It was an honour to meet Chef Osama Jalali who is such a humble person. The ladies of the house took charge of everything and it clearly showed in the spread we had. An experience to remember!
Always serving quality and tasty food. Restaurent atmospere also very good. Excellent restaurent staffs
When you see an all-day dining restaurant, you usually assume there would be an all-encompassing kind of menu that would trot all over the globe and take you on a joyride of flavors to separate parts of the world. Nevertheless, there are some exceptions as well. For example, in the case of ‘Asia Alive’, you end up circulating one particular part of the globe. The restaurant is a great example of how targeting just one cuisine can work fantastically for the establishment’s popularity. Large groups and families throng to DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Sector 56, Golf Course Road, Gurgaon, where Asia Alive is located. If you are looking for a quick meal then this restaurant is tailor-made for you. They turn out the tables pretty quickly, which saves a lot of time.
Contrary to the 24X7 kind of expectations, Asia Alive focuses on one cuisine only – Pan Asian. The restaurant’s menu travels around Asia, adapting cuisines like, Malaysian, Thai, Indonesian, Indian and Chinese. It’s pretty popular for brunch. Best way to tackle the menu is to start by ordering yourself a boozy drink off their bar menu. Throw in couple of yummy nibbles to add that much needed salty kick. Start tucking into, por pia tod, ebi tempura, dahi ke kebab, kongee lamb, galouti kebab, Asian green dumpling, pork ribs, Thai corn cake and sambal goreng ikan. For main course polish off, paneer lababdar, wok braised lobster, katsu don, Thai green curry, kesari subz biryani, exotic vegetables in Thai chilli basil, braised duck, gosht nihari, prawn Thai basil, lamb massaman curry, khumb hyderabadi, long beans in sesame chilli and ayam bawang putih.
Round off the meal with an array of exotic Asian desserts such as, ras malai, lychee ice cream spring roll, moong dal halwa, kesari phirni, darsan with vanilla ice cream and gulkand gulab jamun. Those watching their waist should stick to the seasonal fresh fruit platter. Bill would be expensive, keep that in mind. Interiors of the restaurant are elegant and modern. While there is nothing imaginative about their décor, it comes across as timeless, classy and comfortable. Potted bamboo plants tucked here and there are their sole claim to Asian theme. Rest of the room resembles much like every other smart hotel restaurant. Take advantage of the deals available with your EazyDiner booking for a pocket-friendly affair.