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The in-house multicuisine restaurant at Monotel, a swanky business hotel in the city’s IT Hub, is a reasonably well-appointed restaurant with smart, practical interiors and a business-like ambience. The restaurant mostly caters to guests staying at the hotel and professionals dropping by for team lunches or after-office drinks. The menu packs in a mix of Chinese, Indian and Continental favourites along with a reasonably varied selection of Bengali delicacies. The food is dependable, if not exceptional. The herb-crusted grilled chicken or the fish tikkas laced with a spicy mint and coriander chutney are good picks.
I have been staying at the Monotel for the last 1.5 months for work. Since this restaurant is inside the hotel it is my go to place for breakfast each day and dinner several nights a week. One would think that after so many visits I would be tired of the place, but I look forward to dining here each day. The food quality and taste is great. Each morning there is a buffet breakfast or you can order from the menu. For lunch and dinner there is also a buffet and menu. The lunch/dinner buffet has a lot of variety and can cover both veg and non-veg people. The choice is great and they have even accommodated my request for a different type of naan that wasn't on the buffet at night. I have to say one of the best parts of enjoying my meal here is day is the staff. I think that the staff goes above and beyond to ensure that you are happy with your meal and that you leave satisfied. In the last 1.5 months I have enjoyed a superb level of service, but in particular several of the staff stand out for me and my colleagues. Hassinar Jamaiy always welcomes us warmly and knows our order before we even have to place it. He ensures that our order is right and to our liking each day. This makes us feel at home rather than just another guest. Mantu Khatua-always warmly welcomes us not matter the time of day and greets us warmly when we run into him in the hallway. He goes the extra mile to ensure we get ice cream every night which is one of the best parts of my colleagues day. Chandi Mahanty is also wonderful at his job. If ordering from the menu he will recommend dishes based on your tastes and will confirm with the chef. He never lets our plates go empty before he is dishing out more delicious food. Overall, you will not be disappointed if you go here either as a hotel guest or a regular guest. The food taste is spot on and the service here is even better. I pointed out three people by name, but the entire staff has always greeted us warmly and gone the extra mile to feel like we are at home!
Excellent service of the Rendezvous restaurant. Food quality is very good. Mr. Shailendr tiwari very good service I like him thanks so much.
Have had visited this hotel twice. 1. Organized an RNR for my company last year and A friends birthday this month. Have enjoyed food and service on bothe the occassions. Staff are good and corteous. Kamalendu is the manager and takes care of the service really well.
Jamai na hoyei jamai shoshthi! Bwahaha. Yes, Rendezvous of Monotel has "More than enough" Bengali delicacies to enrich you with plenty of food stuffs. 😍 Kudos to Monotel for their extensive Bengali cuisine menu. I expect the same aura to be present during the season of Durga Puja. ❤ Bengali delicacies specially being prepared for Jamai Shoshthi and being a foodie, I couldn't give a rest to my tummy. 😍 I started with the refreshing Aam Pora Shorbot. It is a great summer drink and actually prepares you internally for a great and sumptuous brunch ahead. 😂 My starters included Mangshor chop (which is a flour crumb coated mutton cutlet with a mild flavour of garam masala), Bhetki Fish fry (which is basically, Beckti fish, deep fried to perfection), Chingri maachher bora (which is a flour ball, filled with shrimps and deep fried, it is a delight to every shrimp lover), Enchorer cutlet (deep fried jackfruit), Palong Chhanar tikki (which is a popular Bengali dish of Spinach and Cottage cheese mixed together and fried) and Pur bhora jholshano aaloo (Marinated and fried potato stuffed with cottage cheese and mild spices). 😍 Yes, it was this long. 😂 I must tell you, every single dish was mind blowing and truly invited me to have more so, my appetite called me to try their main course. ❤ I tried their Pur Bhora Doi Potol (Pointed gourd or parval cooked with curd and has an enticing filling, covered with paanch phoron, ginger paste and green chillies), Bhajar thali (Round fried potatoes and brinjals), Sorshe Ilish (Salmon cooked with delish mustard sauce), Dhakai Pora Maangsho (Deep roasted mutton), Desi Murgi Kosha (A semi-dry and spicy chicken preparation), Bhetki Bhapa (Bhetki cooked in mustard sauce and coconut curry). 😍 Haww! I was gasping for breath, indeed. 😂 Bhetki bhapa stood out as my personal favourite and all these delectable dishes tasted really good with soft aromatic rice, studded with dry fruits, caramelized onions and bits of prawn. Aah! Sheer bliss! 😍 Wait wait wait! The climax is here. Having a sweet tooth is a blessing and guess what? Rendezvous has the best dessert platter in the town. Mishti doi, Sondesh, Chhenar Payesh, Patishapta, Lychee and honey mousse and Aam diye paayesh. Oh yes, I was in heaven. Follow me on Instagram @foodicted.fellow to be a part of my food adventures.
Excellent service of the monotel hotel. Good cooperative staff. Food quality is very good and superb hospitality. Mr. Hassanur Jaman very good personality I like him tnq so much monotel came back again