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The monochromatic décor – walls, upholstery, table linen are all off-white – recalls a bygone age in this absolutely stunning heritage hotel that deserves to be the toast of the town, yet remains resolutely hidden because of its location in a charming but largely forgotten part of Delhi. There is mulligatawny soup, vichyssoise and consommé that call to mind the days of the British Raj, and a grand mixed grill that is probably one-of-a-kind in the city. It is an inspired choice to take visitors from England and the small Indian menu appeals to all tastes.
The ambiance , decor and the food takes you to the colonial past . Both Indian and Continental dishes are superb . Quality is high and you get full value of your money . Amolak Rattan Kohli Former Governor Of Mizoram
This was the first restaurant where I tasted lamb biryani. It was presented in a serving pot in which it was cooked - the waiter broke the pastry seal to the lid before serving. A legitimate cooking method for this dish (or so I believe). The ambience was nice, the service efficient and friendly, the food very tasty and the price, while not cheap, was appropriate for what was provided.
Lovely, delicious food. Expensive but maybe to be expected as the hotel is top class. Also loved the decor and atmosphere.
This is a good restaurant, with excellent service and very decent Indian food. The opening pickles were slightly poor - the poppadoms were underwhelming, and the pickles slightly tasteless. The rest was very good
This is where the hotel has their evening buffet dinner - Western and Indian. The food is very good.