With what I have experienced now that’s a self note to myself : If you are planning for a restaurant review which has a buffet first shoot the pictures then dine else do it reversal don’t confuse both…I was running like a headless chicken here and there, confused whether to click or to taste first….:)
Choice of Soup:
Chicken Tortilla Soup (or)
Vegetable Wonton Soup
I didn’t taste the soup as soups and salads are not on my kind so started my lunch directly.Hubby tasted vegetable wonton soup.
What I liked the most was the balance of dishes for both veg and nonveg menu.
- Green Salad
- Burnt Corn Pepper Salad
- Coconut Coleslaw Salad
- Fruit Salad
- Assorted Papad / Pickle / Vathal / Curd Rice / Plain Curd / Curd Vada / Curd Semiya / Dahi Bhalla / Mixed Veg Raitha
- Ambur Mutton Biryani
- Pallipalayam Chicken Curry
- Grilled Fish in Lemon Butter Sauce
- Diced Chicken in Orange Sauce
- Baby Corn and Mushroom Soya Garlic Sauce
- Shahi Paneer Khorma
- Urulai Podi Thuval
- Hara Subzi Tadka Wali
- Dal Makhani
- Kashmiri Pulao
- Spinach Noodles
- Farfalle Creamy Pesto
- Blueberry Panna Cotta
- Valencia Gateaux
- Gulab Jamnu
- Vanilla Ice Cream
Farfalle Creamy Pesto was at its best, creamy and yummy !
I loved the way they had arranged the individual servings of the deserts instead of placing them as whole portions.
The panacotta looked so cute and panacotta consistency was perfect that I wished I could have tasted it.
NOTE : This is an unpaid review and the review is based on the food I tasted when we lunched there and it totally depends on my taste and preferences.