Yes, in Hindi or Sanskrit means Copper and in olden days anything worth ‘inscribing’ for a permanence used to be done on ताम्रपत्र! From the name selection to the detailing in laying down the lunch selection, all are done with an absolute perfection. The lunch buffet is like being in a food street where there are lots of food stalls you pick and chose food from. The seating area is quite large, say about 150 odd, but the way the seating is interspersed with the stall, it gives a feeling of privacy as well. To top it all, you have a lush green garden window view! A 15 minutes down pour made the lunch a moment to remember!!
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