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Oasis has a giant rock incorporated rather cleverly as part of its architecture. The surroundings are as tranquil as you would get out in the countryside, yet it is just a short way past the Tughlaqabad Fort. There’s an extensive brunch buffet every Sunday, and for the rest of the week, there is an À la carte menu that has a few gems that include very sophisticated dim sum, an impressive Asian menu and international favourites like chicken tacos, Malabar fish curry and dum ki nalli. Do not hesitate to order the soups or rice toppings from the Japanese section.
“Magnificent!” is how you will define ‘Oasis’ when you first enter it. This lovely restaurant is part of the very beautiful Vivanta by Taj, Faridababd, property. Stunning design which emphasises on the lightness of the room pays attention to each corner of the room. One wall is made completely of glass which overlooks the courtyard. The sun filters through unbarred in all its glory into the restaurant flooding it with its light. The pale room simply glows at such time. The furniture is placed at strategic places so the customers get full privacy without feeling suffocated. Theme is kept light and airy throughout the restaurant. Though the interiors are gorgeous it’s the al fresco sitting that wins your heart. Take out time and sit outside beside the fountain at evening. It will be the most romantic evening, trust me. The buffet is served every Sunday and is scrumptious. The a la carte menu is followed on weekdays.
The menu served at Oasis is multi cuisine. It offers the best there is to offer all around the world. Make sure your evening starts with delectable starters like tacos, quesadillas, greek salad, shrimp tortellini, wild mushroom cappuccino, piri piri chicken sizzler, prawn brown garlic, chicken bbq dumpling, galouti kebab, murg malai tikka, stir fry fish in red chilli pepper, roasted tomato soup, mahi tikka and layered raw walnut taco salad. The Italian fare will act as the perfect fall back plan if nothing else convinces you. Or you can let yourself draw towards the sandwiches and burgers. The fillings are juicy and succulent. For mains you will be spoilt for choices. Pan seared lamb chops, chicken teriyaki, steamed fish fillet in black bean sauce, prawn malai curry, makkai ke kofte, crumbled eggplant stuffed with ricotta cheese, thai red curry and dum ki nalli, are delicious and superbly made.
Fragrant biryanis will impress rice lovers easily. Section local flavours holds egg curry, bajre ki khichdi, saag gosht, kadhi pakodi and mili juli dal. The kids are not forgotten here and are graced with their own menu. Their dishes are cleverly marked under cartoon names. Health fanatics can take advantage of the low-calorie menu. Tiramisu, rasmalai, vanilla pod crème brulee, blueberry cheesecake and kulfi showcases the dessert section. The food is presented in artistic ways to whet your appetite. Eating at Oasis will cost you just three thousand rupees for two so go with peaceful mind.