okay enough if you are staying
Country Inn has been quite known in the hotel circuit but usually only for the "hotel" part = stay.
Never came across someone saying - "let us go to their restaurant for a meal" .. not that it has anything to do with food but because of the fact that we have so many options like infinite options these days and then a lot of times we do not even think about it.
Was invited recently for their brunch .. if you know me, I have been travelling so much for work during the past few years that the meaning of brunch and all has come to a 'for granted' state for me .. and I do not per say enjoy it as much as I used to ..
But in spite of this a good amount of their dishes left quite an impression.
So, the brunch had a few live counters and then the usual spread.
The live counters were busy with the prep of pasta, eggs, Indian chaat and tikkas.
Tried a sample of everything, the papdi chaat was great, pasta was good as well (tried the tomato sauce one - with farfelle)
Then jumped to the salads and Indian part of menu. The Indian non - veg part looked stunning .. umm not looked rather the aroma was too good to resist.
Loved both the meat preps .. the chicken was great and the mutton bindaloo were on an another level altogether.
The salads were good as well with the sweet potato one being at the top for me.
However, the Chinese part could have been better .. and did not enjoy the mushroom, broccoli, babycorn black bean sauce much.
Desserts were alright, after tasting felt that considering the overall food effort by the chef the Indian part was quite good, this was reflected in the desserts too with lauki halwa and jalebi taking the top spot :)
To be honest, I am not sure how many people would turn up at the restaurant for a meal .. I mean just for a meal .. but for those who are usually concerned about the food during a stay .. rest assured that they would not just enjoy their stay but would be equally satisfied with the meal and yes the hospitality for sure. :)