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Frangipani is the Trident Hotel's all-day restaurant that serves Mediterranean, Indian and Italian dishes. Located in the lower lobby, the restaurant has a fresh clean contemporary look. It was a hit when it first opened 14 years ago and still manages to attract the audience. There is plenty to choose from the menu, the thin-crust wood-fired oven pizzas and the 'Chicken Scallopini' are popular picks. While the À la carte menu is full of choice, it is really their buffet spread that people come here to indulge in. Lunch and dinner both have a lavish hot and cold spread which is considered one of the most popular buffets in the city.
The trick to having good wholesome meal with wide variety is to opt for an all-day dining restaurant, which never fails to disappoint you in terms of diversity and service. One of the key pleasures of dining at an all-day dining restaurant is the timings, which are flexible enough to allow you to drive down anytime of the day or night to feast on a lavish meal. Many restaurants even do a midnight buffet that draws the patrons in hordes, especially the nocturnal party-hoppers who end up feeling peckish after a long lively party. One of the most popular and scenic all-day restaurants in Mumbai is ‘Frangipani’, located at the famous Nariman Point under glamourous Trident Hotel. In a way Frangipani exudes the same affluence as is seen in its stunning home. It radiates the similar elegance which is so prevalent throughout the hotel.
As expected of fancy 24X7 fine dining restaurants, Frangipani too keeps a wide extensive menu that reaches the far end of the earth. Be prepared to be dazzled by their varied multi-cuisine menu, exploring cuisines from Europe, Italy and India. It’s a good place to entertain a business associate or even a close group of friends, treating them to a luxury of mouth-watering flavours. As your first course try out, gratinated mud crab, salad of roast chicken & crisp iceberg, crisp fried calamari, Frangipani chicken salad, salad of durum wheat cous cous & quinoa, shrimp cocktail, baked brie in crisp phyllo and spiced lamb broth. You will be spoilt for choices like, crisp potato roesti, pan fried prawns, lobster thermidor, Malabar fish curry, sweet pea & tomato filled gnocchi, lamb kibbeh, fresh sage roast chicken, khumb do pyaza, chicken ravioli, jaitooni paneer tikka masala, chicken seesh tauk and tawa raan masala.
Health buffs get their own separate menu filled with delightful low-cal choices. Coming to the décor of Frangipani, the restaurant is like a serene peaceful space in the heart of noisy fast Mumbai. A vast softly decorated room meets your eye as you step across the threshold, flooded by an abundance of sunlight filtering through the large plate glass windows overlooking a green Frangipani-dotted tree patch. The effect is soothing and inviting. There is nothing outstanding about the décor, but it still endears you with its simplistic minimal design. Being part of a five star hotel, Frangipani is bound to be expensive, but for all the right reasons.