We opted for a buffet lunch - pretty fine but nothing too amazing. There was a lot to choose from, some being good and some pathetic. Like the custom pizza was too good and the rice/biriyani/Indian being below average. And when it came to desserts, we had a lot to choose from. I managed to try most of them and I couldn't find a reason to complain.
Big and again nothing much to write about. If you are happy looking at huge empty spaces, you will do good.
BUT, there was this 'fly' problem. Yea, I had to swat flies and that is certainly something I do not want to do. And that is the reason preventing me from taking a 2nd look at this place.
I did not complain, because it is the responsibility of the hotel or the restaurant manager to make sure things are fine and it is not the guests who should tell them how to do it.
The restaurant seems to the place a lot of IT companies choose for team lunches and when that happens, the place is a mess. I dont blame the hotel for it, but just telling you if you are the type who does like to be in a crowd, jostling for space and cutlery during their fine dining experience.
The service is excellent and the staff seemed genuinely happy to help.
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