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This restaurant is the perfect spot when you are not quite sure what you want to eat because the menu includes practically every cuisine you can think of. From Indian delicacies to Italian, Oriental and other international favourites. While you can certainly opt for a meal from their a la carte menu, the real gem at Seven Kitchens is their generous and on most occasions lavish buffet spread. The buffet is available for all meals including breakfast and the restaurant is an ideal choice if you are looking to entertain large groups. The restaurant is open 24 hours and is a boon for folks who like to grab a quite bite post a late night out.
It’s supposed to be 5 star hotel and fine dine and they charge exorbitantly (more than 3 thousand bucks per head for the buffet) guess what they give u in that 3 thousand ? Flies !! Yes there were dead flies lying in multiple dishes ! It was disgusting and nauseating ! Pls avoid this place. There are much better places in Mumbai !
Nice place to eat. The food quality is very good and the prices are very reasonable. The quality is also nice
This place is one of my favourites and i visit here often the setuo is grand and the buffet spread runs for miles! You are spoilt for choice and the cooking is to the international standards.
St. Regis - the overall hotel that this buffet place resides in - drips with luxury - with numerous art works dotting the interiors - that altogether has a very royal and grandiose feel. We went for a brunch at the 7 kitchens - and were happy to observe a highly attentive and sensitive service - that accommodated our very specific seating requests. We were also surprised at the busy-ness at the place -given that the place can be quite steep on the pocket. Apart from that - of course the food was yummy spectacular - and in their presentation and plating met international standards of a good 5-star hotel dining facility. I particularly think that their Indian spread of dal, naan, biryani, paratha etc totally kill it - I have never had it better. they do also have vegetarian sushi of 3-4 varieties that definitely merit a sampling. OH and there is a kind of playarea for kids just outside the restaurant - but I didnt see any use - especially if you're there to eat - you hope your kids can take part in the eating. But just the same - its nice and we got a portrait sketcher sitting there to sketch our son for absolutely free.
We have been at quite many 5* brunches around world. And the st.Regis Seven Kitchens competes well with best Dubai ones and actually beats them in many categories. Champagne brunch has excellent value .
A massive and extravagant gesture is how I would define ‘Seven Kitchens’. Secured firmly at St. Regis Hotel at Mumbai, Seven Kitchens is the hotel’s way of showing to the world all it has to offer. Larger than life size restaurant that operates all day and all night catering to its customers with genuine delight. The fine dining restaurant is mention worthy for its size alone. Semi open kitchens flanks the room on one end and the rest of the room is taken over by dining and display areas. The look is contemporary designed carefully as not to take too much space. The dining area is vast and sprawling broken by adding carved screens to encourage privacy. Restaurant puts out overwhelming spread of buffet to offer endless variety. You would find dishes from various regions cooked beautifully by the talented chefs. The staff is most helpful and will make your experience comfortable and welcoming.
Revel in Seven Kitchen’s fabulous menu. Although you will find the buffet more satisfying but don’t miss onto their a la carte. The team of chefs handling their own separate kitchens come together to bring to you a meal of a lifetime. Commence the selection with the appetizers, salads and soups. You will be served, Cajun chicken, caprese salad, cream of mushroom soup, methi paneer tikka, tamatar dhaniya ka shorba, greek salad, seafood bouillabaisse, seekh kebab, sarson mahi tikka, tropical feta salad, clear noodle soup, lamb barrah kebab and tandoori murgh. For more stuffier meal opt for their lovely main course which will take you to, goan fish curry, spring chicken with mushroom ragout, nasi goreng, stir fried Asian greens, subz jalfrezi, tariwala murgh, Australian lamb rack in wine jus, wok fried noodles, adrakhi gobhi aloo, chooza khaas makhani, jhinga koliwada and Chilean sea bass in caper butter.
When midnight hunger pangs hits you then you don’t want something too substantial. At times like these Seven Kitchen can help you out by making you sandwiches, burgers, pasta, risotto or pizza. To finish off the dining experience on perfect note try their dessert. Temple seven (a seven layer dessert), trio of crème brulee, gourmet ice cream, sorbets, angoori rasmalai, caramel tart, kesar malai kulfi, shahi gulab jamun and dark chocolate layered cake are at your service. The restaurant is expensive and sophisticated. Go there on special occasions with your whole family.