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The multicuisine cafe inside the Hotel is quite a classy one because it has everything you are probably looking for. It is fine-dine, service is quick, they have the buffet and A La Carte, both on offer, Sunday Brunch as well. Cheer yourself up with some nice soup and salad, they are all pretty classic. The ‘Fattoush Salad’ and the rather heartening ‘Tomato and Basil Soup’ are two of the top picks! While there are sandwiches and burgers in the mains selection, I highly recommend the Pizzas of the house-rested dough that packs in some good flavour. The ‘Meatlovers Pizza’ might be a good deal of substance because it has a variety of meat, including some caramelised bacon and pepperoni. The good part is that if you want something specific in terms of toppings, they will make it for you. While the Indian mains seem to be pretty redundant and something that you may have seen everywhere else, they cook it really well and the flavours are quite nice too. So, try the ‘Malwani Fish Curry’, a really nice rendition of the Coconut milk based curry with some Malwani masalas. They also have a low-calorie menu. The range includes ‘Steamed Fish in Lemon Garlic Sauce’, some other salads and breads made with ‘Karela’ and ‘Lauki’ being the heroes of the dish! Not a lot to look forward to but I am sure for the calorie-conscious people, it would work. The desserts even, see an assorted bag of flavours from India to French and the US. The ‘Cheesecakes’ are nice, so is that classic ‘French Opera’ cake with a good dose of coffee.