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In a corner of the lobby is this open-plan diner with attractive displays of breads right at the entrance. The hotel is five kms from T3, so it makes a comfortable break for a meal. The best part about this cosy nook is the service: the can-do attitude of the staff is refreshing. Though there is a menu in place for off meal times, everybody makes a bee-line for the buffets here. NYC gets a fair percentage of non-hotel guests for its breakfasts.
As it often is when one is in transit, one is left peckish before heading to wherever they have to fly to. Be it a shortage of time or of not knowing the best places on the way to the airport to dine at. Seeing the dilemma of many travellers several good hotels have popped up on the radar, where one is more than welcome to stop by for a quick but hearty meal. Out of numerous hotels Radisson Blu Plaza is mostly chosen for its accessibility and temptingly delicious menu. Radisson Bluâ€™s â€˜New York CafÃ©â€™ is a popular dining layover for the seasoned fliers who find the restaurant to be comfortable and open 24X7. Its flexible timings are always appreciated by the travellers in transit, who like to have a warm meal before hitting the sacks available to them conveniently.
Radisson Blu Plaza falls in Mahipalpur, a mere five kilometres from the airport, making it convenient for the fliers to stop by on the way to their destination. The hotel is a five star property so one can expect the level of elegance and superiority upon dining here. DÃ©cor wise New York CafÃ© follows a typical hotel coffee shop pattern. The interiors are stereotypical hotel coffee shop with simple non-striking furnishings without compromising on the elegance and splendour. Space is lavishly provided and is dotted with small formal tables, flanked by red cushion chairs. The look is minimal and modern. As the location of the hotel is a little off beat, it is generally invaded by travellers, in-house guests and foodies who doesnâ€™t seem to mind the distance. New York CafÃ© is an unpretentious coffee shop with a clean elegant surroundings.
New York CafÃ© is an expensive place to dine yet you somehow feel mollified after consuming their pleasing cooking. Menu is a global one dabbling into North-Indian, Continental and Italian cuisines. The restaurant is popular for its buffet, which is quite extensive and generous. If not breakfast, stop by in the evening and begin the meal with the appetizers. You can indulge in afghani chicken tikka, bruschetta, paneer tikka, semolina crusted prawns, chaat â€“ 3 ways, tandoori chicken and dakshini tawa macchi. Content yourself further by nibbling on the burgers, sandwiches, pizza, pasta, fried fish, khadey masaley ka gosht, baked vegetable enchiladas and bockwurst. Desserts are pleasing but classics.