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The all-day coffee shop at the Kenilworth Hotel, Aromas, is a well-appointed outfit, with contemporary, practical interiors (the bright red and yellow seating perks up the otherwise plain interiors) and a decidedly laid back ambience. The multicuisine menu, short and crisp, is far from adventurous and banks on popular classics. Your best bet here are the buffet spreads (served for lunch and dinner), a good value option to explore what is on offer.
It is an wonderful experience to have a Dinner with my Family here in AROMAS. Well behaved staves and Testy foods. Nice ambiance.
The food (3 course meal - Soup or Starter / Main Course / Dessert) was very good however very overpriced at Rs.1500/- when compared in relation to the available Buffet which was being served at Rs. 1000/- + Tax. So felt excessively overcharged - If eazydiner wisjhes better Customer Satisfaction - these Offers should be simple and transparent - Rs. 1500/- discounted from final Bill amount - this way The Restaurant will benefit a lot more
We went there for Buffet lunch. It was really hot outside but inside is very cool. The buffet spread was adequate. Very Good varieties of bread with hot soup to start with and followed by the main course. Rice with mustard fish, spicy mutton curry, dal, chicken roast and chilly chicken, paneer and kofta with a terrific spread of salad. The sweet choices were plenty. We tasted hot malpoa Sandesh, caramel custard, sliced mangoes. The staffs were very helpful. Overall food is delicious and the ambiance was great. Highly recommended!
Quality foods and a great international selection to suit all tastes. Loved the mishti doi and chikoo - thanks to Rishikesh. The omlette and dosa chefs were amazing.
I visited Aromas for the first time in Mumbai. This time we decided to try out in Kolkata. We went to this one at Russel Street. The interiors was well lit and sophisticatedly decorated. We were a group of 8 adults and a kid. They gave us a table which overlooked the lawn outside. Since it is summer, the season of mangoes, they urged us to try out a dish " Shrimp Pinchos with Sreracha Mango Chutney" Wasn't very impressive though. Interesting thing is the cook himself comes out of the kitchen to ask about the food. Well appreciate that! In the main course the grilled bhetki fish was what stole our heart. Sumptuous food. Awesome overall!