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The comfy low seating, the rich brown flooring, the wooden panelling draped in warm hues, and the vibrant paintings all come together to lend Deori a majestic aura. It has all the trappings of a fine dine, signature restaurant; however, the culinary offerings do not quite live up to the promise. Deori is open only for dinner and offers an Indian buffet. The spread changes every day and usually focuses on one or two regional cuisines from around the country. On the day I visited, Deori was showcasing Andhra and Gujarati fare. There were not any live stations, but the appetisers were served on the table and there was a Namkeen station that invited patrons to mix and match ingredients to create their own Chaat. Unfortunately, the meagre spread struggles to justify the price tag. I was served just a single non-vegetarian appetiser, while the main course featured only a couple of non-vegetarian dishes. The vegetarian selection is comparatively larger; but still does not offer much to write home about.