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All ITC hotels have a coffee shop called Pavilion, usually with some regional flavour added to the formula. The Delhi Pavilion, however, is much more your average hotel coffee shop, less regional and more international in approach. It is more popular at lunch when a lavish buffet allows guests to eat well swiftly. A typical buffet will include Indian, Western and Chinese selections plus salads and an extensive dessert spread. The best option though is to go to one of the several live counters where chefs will make the daily specials in front of you. Usually these include Western grills, South Indian dosas and appams, as well as ITC's famous kababs.
Usually an all-day dining restaurant becomes a monotonous affair, with their predictable menus that travels all over the globe or with their typical hotel coffee shop ambience that does nothing for imagination. In the crowd of expectable 24X7 restaurants only few eateries manage to stand out and we are here to talk about one of them. For ‘The Pavilion’ coffee shops of ITC group, each property of ITC has a 24X7 The Pavilion coffee shop. This expected tradition is taken forward by the presence of brilliance in the kitchen, paving way for a menu which is sensation in every regard. The Pavilion we are talking about is located at ITC Maurya in Chanakyapuri, Delhi and is the sought after reprieve for the late nighters and businessmen. Lunch is their busiest time.
The menu style of The Pavilion is less regional and more international in approach, courtesy to the heavy jet-setters clientele that pours in all time of the day or night for a scrumptious bite. Not only do they cover North and South Indian cuisine, they also pay attention to Continental and Chinese cuisine. As the place remains open 24X7 one can start their day by enjoying The Pavilion’s breakfast spread. Or come by in the evening for the conventional three course meal. Choose a bottle of wine from their extensive bar menu to pair your first course. Tuck into, moong dal gulgule, yakitori skewers, classic prawn cocktail, tikki chaat, dahi gujjia and piri piri vegetables. Go to the next level with, ham & swiss emmenthal, mushroom confit & roast peppers quesadilla, butter chicken, chicken in black bean sauce, spinach & mushroom Florentine and grilled river sole.
The main course is pretty varied with a plethora of choices to tempt you. To wrap up your meal indulge in The Pavilion’s final sweet course of, stewed apple & blueberry crumble, baraf ki handi, forest red berry tart, hot chocolate brownie, olive oil cocoa fudge cake, Pavilion banana spilt, caramel custard and lemon cheesecake. Being an ITC extension, The Pavilion enjoys a certain amount of luxury and sophistication. Interiors of The Pavilion enchants you with its style and elegance. Several private nooks are created to give the patrons much needed privacy. Décor is subtle yet classy. No bright colours pop out and a diner feels relaxed while dining here. The Pavilion may be expensive but its justified.