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The Trident Gurgaon’s spacious all day dining restaurant sits under a magnificent crimson and gold dome at the lobby level. Like the rest of the hotel, Cilantro has a very contemporary feel, with the restaurant extending on to a broad verandah overlooking landscaped gardens and water bodies. The restaurant’s menu trots across the globe and boasts fine Mediterranean, Thai and Indian cuisines. Its central feature is a wood-fired pizza oven, along with live pasta stations and hot and cold food stations. Cilantro is a coffee shop for the business traveller but succeeds in providing a gourmet experience as well.
Had Breakfast on 2 consecutive mornings when I stayed at Trident Gurgaon.Generous Spread of:1) Fresh Cut Fruit2) Cold Pressed Fresh Fruit- Veg Juice3) Dry Fruits - Muesli - Yoghurts4) Hot freshly prepared Egg Dishes5) Baked Beans - Potatoes - Bacon - Cheeses6) Hot freshly prepared North and South Indian Dishes7) Variety of Breads and Spreads8) Freshly Brewed - Prepared Tea / Coffee / Lassi ( yoghurt smoothie)Satisfying Filling Meals both time!Excellent Service from Chef Deep and all servers - who personally went upto each table to enquire what more could they do; offering to get even more hot freshly prepared dishes.Had a lazy long breakfast reading morning newspapers
Buffet has loads of options. From continental to asian. The pizzas are so tasty and you can get them on wholewheat. Indian section great as well.
Delicious goes with out saying and the food is beautiful too. You will like to try everything at the buffet. The service is great too!! We had our breakfast and dinner and the complete experience was memorable.
For a change we decided to host a business dinner at Cilantro as we had some guests who were staying there and it was more convenient for them to meet the team at Cilantro. The evening started off as a pleasant evening. Good range of starters at the buffet as well as the choice of a la carter range. The good was if a good standard as one would expect from a restaurant at a five star hotel. For the mains some of us decided to go for the buffet options whilst others went for a la carte. This is where the evening turning for the worse. Those that ordered from the menu ended up waiting for more than 30minutes for a basic dish - grilled chicken. It was not as if we were in a big group - about 14 of us. When I asked the waiter after 30minutes what was happening with my mains I got a terse response that it takes time. I am not sure it takes 30minutes to grill a chicken breast. Poor planning from the waiting staff given they took the menu option order from those not wanting the buffet well in time before the other colleagues started on the buffet. For the fools amongst us who didn't do the buffet, we ended up waiting to a point where our colleagues who did the buffet were well into their desserts. Time and again I find in India being let down by service ( rarely by the quality of the food) at these five star establishments. This is no longer acceptable given the prices are global prices and one would therefore expect the corresponding service levels. Would I go again? Not for a business dinner. I may go Ina smaller group of 2-4 so the waiters and chefs might just cope with a timely delivery of the food.
A striking feature of trident gurgaon are the almost 15 foot high doors. the red monochrome dome looks nothing short of dramatic at night with all the subdued accent lighting. i suggest diners must drop by at least once on a late evening to see the awe-inspiring beauty of the place.food wise it is ok, nothing exceptional, but service is great. since it is an all-day-dining place, i believe not many speciality dishes are served here. i've tried some of the italian fares and the morning breakfast out here. prices are not exactly a rip off, but still on the higher side.
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It was on a pleasant evening in Delhi when we chose to risk the traffic towards Gurgaon for a lavish luxurious dinner. It was a special occasion which deserved to be celebrated, hence we were sure we wanted to splurge. Our search ended up at this fabulous hotel Trident where we chose to try out â€˜Cilantroâ€™, after reading itsâ€™ great reviews. Cilantro is Tridentâ€™s all-day coffee shop and is just as luxurious as its house. The restaurant is a complete package when it comes to service, food and ambience. The moment you step into the foyer, you get the gist of what the place is all about. Every inch of Trident shouts money and the same affluence is projected in Cilantro. This fine dining restaurant is perfect for a late night hunger binge or an early breakfast before heading to work.
Trident is all about grandeur, elegance and luxury. You will notice the similar pattern being followed in Cilantro as well. It is one of the best places to dine in Gurgaon, if you keep money as the secondary and food as the first priority. Cilantro is ideal for a quiet business dinner or a cosy brunch with friends. They keep on hosting fun food festivals, which gives you a taste for global cuisine and keeps their regulars on their toes. Coming to the dÃ©cor, though Cilantro is generously spacious, it is filled with formal tables so one feels a bit cramped but they have managed to open up the room visually by providing tall windows, which overlooks the lovely landscape. Look is kept modern and stylish. Cilantro is almost always full so call ahead to bag a table.
Once you decide to indulge, money should be no hindrance. Cilantro is unpretentiously expensive so have a care. Their menu is global and covers a lot of base by tackling Asian, North-Indian and Italian cuisine beautifully. Begin with a Caribbean chicken dumpling soup, dahi bhalla papdi chaat, crumb fried soft shell crab, tandoori murgh, wild mushroom ravioli, rajasthani lal boti kebab, chicken consommÃ©, tandoori paneer tikka and chatpati shakarkandi ki chaat. As second course go with, prosciutto wrapped chicken breast, Thai curry with jasmine rice, kadhai paneer, goan shrimp curry, black cod with miso, lamb ragout with pappardelle, crisp duck leg confit and stir fried prawns in hot garlic sauce. With a blueberry cheesecake or hot chocolate pudding, bring things to a perfect finish.