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Keeping in line with the exemplary Threesixty at Oberoi, New Delhi followed by Threesixtyone at Oberoi Gurgaon, Kolkata thought of going two notches higher; hence Threesixtythree°. Following the Oberoi tradition, this restaurant surpasses culinary and hospitality standards. The bright red and white colours with glistening gold, natural light seeping in through the skylights as well as the large French windows and the rich yet contemporary décor sets it apart as an all-day dining. You will be wooed by the elaborate and splendid buffet which draws food from various corners of the world, including a separate sushi corner. However, the À la carte menu with its signature Grand chicken curry, grilled Asian sea bass, tomato and honey risotto, kosha mangsho, home smoked hilsa, the celebrated shrimp cocktail and the lobster thermidor, to name a few, are all time favourites.
I was quite surprised by how good value this restaurant was. The service was excellent and the food very good. A good range of food on the menu for dinner and an excellent buffet breakfast.
Chef Rajat with his team managing this beautiful restaurant. Almost all the food is awesome. Best place for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Awesome awesome and awesome
We had a business lunch here and opted for the buffet. A sumptuous spread with enough vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. Special mention for the sushi counter and the yummy western and Indian desserts. The chef even prepared some Thai papaya salad on request - one of the best things we tried there. Great value for money.
It is the coffee shop cum restaurant of Oberoi Grand, Kolkata. The place offers all types of cuisine like Bengali, Indian, Asian, Continental. They also serve good buffet @1450 + taxes. The service in the restaurant is excellent and the staff is very cordial and also knowledgable. The buffet spread compared to the spreads currently available in the new 5 star properties of Kolkata is not great. Less of Indian food and more of western food. The Bengali food is good. All Bengali dishes come with rice or puri, Cholan dal and begun bhaja. If budget is not an issue then it is the place to be.
The staff here are the best, and so is the food. This is the main hotel restaurant and it really is very good, in particular the buffet if you want to look at your food before you eat it. And don't be shy about asking for something if you don't see it, they will make it for you with pleasure. The staff are amazingly helpful and interested in what they are doing and who they are serving.
After the grand success of Threesixty at Oberoi, Delhi and even bigger triumph of Threesixtyone at Oberoi, Gurgaon, Kolkata decided not to be left behind and came up with its own bigger version 0.3 ‘Threesixtythree’, which is even more advanced than its original counterparts. The Oberoi Grand in New Market Area, where the restaurant is housed, is one of the poshest hotels in the city and sets the standards high of Kolkata’s gastronomy. Keeping up with the Oberoi tradition, Threesixtythree takes the hospitality and gastronomy even further and impresses its diners with flawless service and spectacular décor. The restaurant is not just a dining destination rather it’s an experience that will stay with you throughout your life. Every facet of the restaurant is paid keen attention to, from décor to food, everything is just flawless.
The Oberoi is an international entity so it’s only fair that its menu should carry the global image forward. Threesixtythree does full justice to its versatile clientele by offering them a menu, which is diverse, global and all-encompassing. The chef keeps his focus on Continental and North Indian cuisines throughout the menu, exploring them more deeply on every turn. The best way to kick-start your evening would be with an array of appetizers, ahi tuna salad, dahi ke kebab, shrimp cocktail, tawa pomfret, Sichuan chicken dry, sunehri paneer kebab, galouti, beetroot tartare, five spice dry lamb with chillies, mawey ki kakori, tandoori jhinga, bhune murgh ke pasanday and Indian Ocean rock lobster & Armagnac bisque. Feast on the main course further with, claypot baked Middle Eastern chicken, bekti diavola, lobster thermidor, grand chicken curry, kosho mangsho, home smoked hilsa, pasta Pomodoro, grilled Asian sea bass, Philly steak & onion sandwich and herb crusted lamb loin.
Don’t walk out without sampling some of their decadent desserts. Their ‘Gondhoraj’ lemon pie, costa hazelnut, devil’s wich finger, Kerala vanilla bean Crème Brulee, malai kulfi and Kesari rasmalai is sublime. Threesixtythree is the epitome of luxury and elegance. The décor surpasses all your expectations by being modern, plush and very upmarket. It is one of the loveliest all-day dining rooms in the city, mesmerizing their diners with a contemporary stylish ambience. To add colour to what is a neutral themed room bright red booths are bought in to the dining scene. Collage covered walls makes for an interesting study between the courses. Threesixtythree is expensive but elaborate.