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Located at the lobby level, Saptami is a contemporary multi-cuisine restaurant at the Holiday Inn Hotel near the airport. It's a large space with tall floor to ceiling windows with plenty of natural light streaming in, plenty of comfortable seating and a heavily loaded buffet to rival any other. The restaurant has an al la carte menu but its USP is their buffet spread that is available for any meal. It is a great choice for a family meal out especially on the weekends where it can get busy so a prior reservation is advisable. They offer a special children's buffet as well, please ask your server for details.
We were there for the dinner buffet. A very happening place and crowded too. The choices for veg was vast. The chaat counter did not meet our expectations. The pasta counter was good with live mixing and cooking. Lot of non veg too. However a good deal of Maharashtrian Dishes were available. Service was good. A great variety of dessert without eggs.
Maharashtrain Food Festival - 1st May To 12th May, From 7:00pm - 11:30pm Saptami is Fine Dine In-house Multi-Cuisine Restuarant Situated at Lobby Level of Holiday Inn Hotel, Sakinaka, Andheri East This Place Serves Continental, North Indian and Thai Cuisine along with Buffets, Brunch and Traditional Food. We Visited This For Having Maharashtrain Food, Which Includes Traditional Maharashtrain Cuisine in Both Veg and Non-Veg Sections We Had Raw Mango Traditional Salad, After That We had Fish Koliwada, Kothimbir Wadi, Patti Samosa and Mutton Chapli Kebabs in Starters along with Pani Puri and Ragada Patties in Chaat. Then We Had Traditional Mains Like Missal Pav Kombdi Wade, Tomato Vatanyachi Bhaji, Kokama Che Bhindi with Pulka and Masaledar Bhat and Kolambi Bhat In Desserts We had Puranpoli, Shrikand, Gulab Jamun and Chocolate Cake. There Was Also Ice-creams and Falooda Live Counters to End Buffet and Amazing Note
Well this could be my 5th Review for the Same restaurant but compared to past reviews there are some changes in this :- Head Chef :- Ravinder Singh Arora has already left the job for the Cruise.As i had mentioned him in all my past reviews just because of his on toes working style and he is always there to make sure that all the clients having dinner in Either "Restaurant area" or "Inn Room dine" is satisfied with the service / taste & they get what they want. Front Desk :- Rajesh - even i had mentioned him in all my reviews and the best part is this guy is consistently seen in the restaurant since 2 years may be and again he is always on the toes - this time again on my visit to the restaurant with my Friends on 29th April - as we were celebrating the "Festival of Democracy " by voting in 4th Phase of Voting in india in Mumbai.We suddenly reached the venue "Saptami" and it was completely packed with all the tabled occupied - but somehow this Guy"Rajesh" help us get a table as we had small kids with us as well . Spread of Menu :- Well the spread is more then bigger and i mean it. Chat Corner with -Sev Puri / Pani Puri/ Dahi Puri / Ragda Pattice / Mixed Bhel Salad :- 2 Mix Fruit Salad & 3 Mix Veg Salad and all the vegetable spread as well Soup - 1 Veg / 1 Non Veg Starters :- 3 Veg Starters. Main Course:- 4 Vegetable / 1 Dal / 1 Kadhi / 4 Types of Assorted Breads / 2 Type of Rice / Pasta / Pizza / Chinese Rice & Noodles Desserts :- 7 Types atleast and 4 Flavours of Ice Creams with 6 Topping Option Tea / Coffee Although i may have missed couple of items for sure to mention in above list which may be rectified by the Saptami Holiday Inn Team. Service :- It has to be good for sure else i should have not been visiting this place for 5th Time at least in less then 10 times. Recommend :- To all the Singles / Couples / Family / Friends in Bigger Groups / Celebration Parties to surely visit this place once atleast and you may re visit.
there is no fault anywhere,staffs at holiday inn-kitchen,reception,lobby,security very polite and helpful.this is my second visit at holiday inn-sakinaka in the past i have enjoyed 4 days-diwali time at juhu beach holiday inn now novotel hotel.
My Easter Sunday brunch was superb. Lavish buffet spread.. Indian traditional to Continental dishes. Super efficient team of Executive Chef Suresh Thampy, Chef Arif Qureshi, Chef Rajesh are doing excellent job.. Weekdays, as well as Sunday brunches & dinners are very popular here.. Today 110 cover huge spacious restaurant was overbooked for lunch & dinner.. Their success mantra is - Good food Huge varieties of veg & non-veg starters, main course.. At least 10-15 kinds of salads in the salad bar, along with different kinds of in-house made breads, imported cheeses, Chaat live counter, Italian live counter for pastas & pizzas Another live counter was there today, where Chef was preparing fresh apples, which were served with vegetable stew & egg curry.. Different varieties of desserts (Indian & Continental) Along with kulfi falooda & various flavors of ice-cream counter.. Live counter for preparing various kinds of pancakes & egg preparations.. Super efficient service team Helpful attitude.. When a team works together under the guidance of experienced & disciplined Chef like Mr Suresh Thampy, this is possible.. Chef Suresh prepared personally for me.. Traditional Easter delicacies of Kerala.. Steamed sweet #Nazarani appams 😋 (My all time favorite since I lived in Kerala for few years) Wine 🍷 in-house prepared in a traditional way with cinnamon cardamom star anise nutmeg lemon zest, not boiled, just warmed in a certain temperature.. These were served first on table.. Today's few more festive additions were - Roasted turkey Maple glazed ham Grilled whole fish with copper butter sauce and potato mash Sheppards pie Unlimited choice in buffet- Soups Paneer & chicken tikkas Prawn biryani Malwani mutton curry Manglorean baby shark curry Dum Ka murgh Chicken vindaloo Lots of choices for vegetarians - Vegetable gassi Dal Makhani Maharashtrian potato curry Vendakai pal curry In Asian counter - Yangyeon chicken Steam tofu with hot bean sauce Thai green curry with vegetables Huge chocolate Easter eggs were displayed in the dessert counter along with chocolate cake, chocolate mud tart, mango delight, vanilla flavored baked yogurt, raspberry panacotta, carrot cake, hot cross buns, bun pudding, sevai kheer, Indian sweets.. Live music, kids fun corner were with games, tattoo artists, easy art classes were entertaining.. I always enjoy being in this place... Lovely ambiance. Good display of fabulous dishes.. Live counters serve food, as per our choices. Warm hospitality.. Excellent team of staffs Very reasonable rates for weekends INR 1700+taxes non alcoholic and INR 2300+taxes alcoholic, best rates are available on zomato gold 1+1 Best place to enjoy good food, good time with family and friends... Ambiance - 5/5, Decor - 5/5, Food - 5/5, Service - 5/5, Hygiene -5/5.
What is about the all-day dining restaurants that attracts us so? Is it their classic diverse menu that trots all over the globe or is it their refined elegant ambience that serves as the perfect backdrop for any occasion, be it professional or informal? All-day dining restaurants are the heart and soul of any good hotel as many visitors head straight away for them for a quick bite or simply for a peaceful reprieve. A city like Mumbai that is a major power player is home to uncountable hotels and in turn has numerous 24X7 dining coffee shops. If you are looking for something stylish and vibrant then make way for ‘Saptami’, an all-day multi-cuisine restaurant situated at Holiday Inn in Andheri East, Sakinaka area. It’s a constant choice for dining for suits and families alike.
Holiday Inn receives quite a footfall of patrons that has a diverse palette, which is why Saptami keeps a menu that encompasses multiple cuisines adapted from all over the world. Their multi-cuisine menu is quite international and manages to satisfy the needs of their diners perfectly. Accompanying the food menu is a fantastic full-fledged bar menu, to give your meal complementary company. Highlight of Saptami is their fab Sunday brunch that draws regulars religiously. Kick start with the appetizers such as, paneer satay, kung pao chicken, zimikand shikampuri kebab, baby corn tempura, banana leaf wrapped Thai grilled fish, tandoori aloo ke gutke and fish kolivada. Relish the main course like, grilled roast chicken sandwich, gnocchi stuffed with walnut & feta in a creamy mushroom sauce, nasi goreng, Goan curry, sirloin burger, mutton pepper fry, chicken tant marie and spaghetti aglio-e-olio peppericino.
Touch the gastronomic heaven with Saptami’s final sweet course, with a vast selection of drool-worthy desserts. Polish off, mango rasmalai, carrot cake- sugar free, gulab jamun, berry & lemon cremeux, warm fig & date toffee, black forest, flooda and Saptami sundae. Kids are welcome here. While you are reliving the meal in your mind, check out Saptami’s gorgeous interiors. The restaurant looks every bit classy and stylish. Modern edgy elements are used to design the space and minimal colour scheme keeps with the contemporary theme. The room is done in neutral tones of grey and brown with deep rusty red used in chairs to add much needed contrast. Saptami is bit on the expensive side though.