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Enter the plush minimalistic well-lit area of the ‘upper’ strata of fine taste and well-executed interiors. The vibrant colours uplift one's spirits as one dig into the 'Goan Crab Cake-back Fin Shell Less Crab marinated with Goan spices', 'Prawn Kishmur Salad' and the 'Half Rack Bbq Baby Back Ribs' served with 'Cheese Fries' for starters. The 'Pan-fried Kebab' sampler for the herbivores has a symphony of Bhutte Ke Corn, Hara Bhara and Dahi with smoked tomato chutney is recommended. For the soup aficionado, the 'Manhattan Prawns Chowder' is a delightful surprise with the traditional sourdough shell, lobster bouillon and mélange of prawns. For the mains the 'Khubani Bhare Koftey with apricot and cottage cheese with hot naan'.
Excellent service. The staff is very helpful, considerate, friendly and courteous. A special mention for Praveen. He went out of his way to make us comfortable. The food is excellent. Do ask for Chef Mandal. Their “tikka three ways” is extraordinary. Also their Hyderabadi Biryani. Excellent experience in this restaurant. Will visit again.
We had buffet for breakfast and a la carte for lunch/dinner for 4 days. Both are decent, however we liked a la carte more.
The restaurant has excellent food. The breakfast is just fab. If you are in Radisson, you should just not miss this place.
I had the complimentary breakfast buffet here. The spread is good. Staff is really good. They offer eggs Benedict as a part of their buffet which is fantastic. Served me well and the chef really made good scrambled eggs. Kudos.
Has breakfast twice and a dinner during May. The buffet is big on quantity but seems to score low in taste and quality. This is true for most avearge buffets and it was no different here. Breakfast buffet had the usual continental (not sure about the sausages, chicken cuts etc as they seemed to be non-appealing, South Indian, North Indian (parathas, puris ) etc. Most things were not replensihed in time and one stared at empty pans and bowls. Papaya and pineapple were fresh and found the priveledge of being on my plate.Loved the fruits ! South Indian filter coffee too was according to my taste and the guy making them did a nice job. My son took wagffles with choclolate syrup but left them after a bite or two. Did'nt find them tastsy ! The chefs must be working hard but then when you have to serve huge groups, it becomes a challenge, handling all and making them feel happy. The buffet had ticks for all that needs to be there in any buffet but the only tick that was left to be marked was for the taste. That, alas was lacking.