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Located on the ground floor of the famous Royal Plaza, The Lutyens is a fairly charming restaurant to dine in. fleece and leather seating, well-made furniture and fine upholstery makes the place stand out from the others. Mutton lovers should try their succulent mutton roganjosh which is soft and tendor and imparts a slight whiff of fennel and dry ginger in the end. The Dal Lutyens is one of their signature dishes here where black lentils are simmered overnight on a tandoor and finished with the essence of tomatoes, fenugreek and home churned butter. What we get in the end is an earnest dish.
This was the lazy choice for us at the end of a tiring day of travel from the UK so our expectations were fairly modest. Whilst the restaurant was quite quiet, the service was excellent and food very good, particularly the basmati dishes which were simply delicious. The meal perked the whole family up and this proved to be a great first proper meal in India and at a very reasonable price. With taxes and service the bill for 4 hungry mouths was around 52,000 rupees, very good value in the hotel district.
Was travelling solo and found the brewery very relaxing and reasonable in regard to drink and food prices. Devendra provided great service.
Visited the brewery with my friends last week.... Was surprised to see that even on a week day it was almost full.... Ambience:5/5 Food: 4/5 Drinks: 5/5 Pricing: 4/5 Will like a special mention about this person Ashutosh who was managing this place, was very friendly and arranged everything for us without any issues.... Will definitely visit again.....
Heard lot about the place and went to try breakfast, food is superb superb and mouth watering. Every things was on point, Manager Ashutosh was too professional and friendly, hope tosee you soon again..
I do not mind paying for that exorbitant price for a drink, because I chose it, but at least the drink should be good. Ordered a long island ice tea, nowhere near to how it needs to be. Needless to say that this is not the first time we ordered such a drink. There was complimentary bowl of peanuts which we figured out later and when we asked the reply was that you have to ask for it. How would one know what is on offer, the response was too hilarious . The complimentary things need to be provided without asking. I am not making a fuss about a bowl of peanuts which is immaterial to me, but the service is pathetic!!!!
Central Delhi has always been the focal point of power and politics in New Delhi. So it’s no wonder that the vicinity is choked with luxurious hotels lane to lane, all taking pride in its splendor and reputation. One of the legendary outfits is The Royal Plaza, which enjoys a prime location on Ashoka Road, Janpath. The hotel pulls in quite a crowd due to its wonderful gastronomy provided by its all-day dining venture ‘Lutyen’s’. Named after the man who was responsible for designing Connaught Place in Raj Era, the restaurant is built along the similar classic lines. Not only the in-house guests but Lutyen’s is frequented by a vast number of local diners seeking to enjoy their scrumptious breakfast spread for which the restaurant is so well-known for. Lutyen’s is ideal for a low-key meeting or a small get together.
Similar to other good all-day dining restaurants Lutyen’s too presents a lavish global menu that spans all over the globe. One can relish a wonderful range of Continental, North Indian and Italian fares here encompassing the classic dishes which you hope to see on any great multi-cuisine menu. A fabulous buffet is organized every day of the week, a preferred option for the regulars. From the bar menu choose your poison for the evening and then hand-pick some appetizers to give the drink company. Nibble on, samosa & aloo tikki chaat, Norwegian smoked salmon, roasted tomato soup, Caesar salad, golden fried prawns, hara bhara kebab and Amritsari fish finger. Make the main course of, pepperoni pizza, paneer tikka masala sandwich, ricotta stuffed chicken breast, lasagna primavera, big boy burger, quottro formaggio pizza and fish ‘n’ chips.
Finally to wrap up the evening bid adieu with something sweet. From Lutyen’s dessert section choose, chocolate brownie, crème brulee, kesari phirni, tiramisu, gulab jamun and rasmalai. Designated drivers for the evening can sip on a lassi or a milkshake or homemade ginger ale. Lutyen’s dal Lutyen’s paired with a naan or steamed rice comes highly recommended. As you walk in you will notice a spacious airy room seeming all the more so by a row of plate glass windows peeking at a garden. Furnishings are formal and tasteful. There is an old-fashioned vibe to the place, which reminds you of its legendary status. Some may find Lutyen’s to be an expensive dining place, keep that in mind.