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Showcasing a diversity of Indian fare alongside European and Asian, the buffets here are well-frequented. The à la carte is a pleasant list as well, starting with creamy curry laksa, Sikkimese thukpa or roast tomato basil soup with Kalamata olives crostinis. These pair well with an engaging list of sandwiches, such as the croque monsieur, Mumbai toastie, carabeef quarter pounder, spatchcock chicken with caramelised onions, Swiss cheese melt burger or Kolkata-style kathi roll. Or one could start with some kaffir lime-scented Thai fish cakes, or chicken pakodas, varied steamed gyozas, melting dudhiya kababs, or crunchy-fiery Mongolian chicken. Moving on to mains, the broccoli-tofu-cashew nut stir-fry in black bean sauce goes well with ginger-capsicum prawn fried rice. In Continental fare, the seafood ravioli with shaved truffles in a butter sauce or the mushroom fricassee with a saffron-olive cous cous are both yummy. Special mention also must be made of some pizzas here, such as the ‘365’ with fondant potatoes, artichokes, stewed tomatoes and black olives, the Pazza with asparagus, feta, roasted garlic and sun-dried tomatoes, and the simple parma ham and rocket pizza.
This is not what it used to be. DoubleTree has always been my goto place for amazing food, I've had birthdays, first dates, family get togethers here. The staff was courteous and the chefs were talented (especially chef Joy). Everything's now changed. they have apparently hired servers who have a PhD in not giving a s&*t and their seniors, who wear better uniforms, who have a diploma in apologies of kinds ( insincere though cos it WILL happen again). I've had experience from not being served ( even the menu) for 15-20 min after seating to getting my appetizers after I've started my main course to completely forgetting my order to order being prepared by what I would guess was a reject even at a dhaba to being served (only once) ham that had gone bad (explanation was that 'it smells like this only'). They've insulted both my intelligence and my patience. So here's my advice : Drive a bit more and go to JW Marriott or any other 5 star property to actually get the five star hospitality or visit Barbecue nation ( they'll woo you with their manners and buffet). As for me, they've lost a regular customer. But as I said earlier they just don't care!
We as a group of about 20 had dinner here. Good spread and super service. The added attraction was the live counter for jelabis... we had crispy hot ones. The starters were good and main dishes excellent... First time karela methi Bhaji. Over all enjoyed well
A superb dinner spot to treat family and friends to enjoy great food and warm service. Chef move around to talk to you!
I came here fisrt time for lunch with my client and collogues. After going through A la Carte menu. We have decided to go for buffet. As sometimes buffet is safer apart from choosing from menu as you can see the food. I am a non vegetarian so I had both veg and non veg. Ambience - Interiors and sitting was normal nothing exceptional. Food -They had enough items to choose from veg and non veg. A small chaat counter and a live counter for Japanese veg curry and fish curry. Taste of food was good but nothing exceptional. Overall servicing was good and priced correctly.
The restraunt has good spread of food & served with excellent hospitality. Though dinning space could be a challenge getting a place, better come with prior reservation