Dinner Buffet – 'Feast' for you! — Reviewed!


What: Dinner Buffet
Where: Feast, Sheraton Grand
When: All Days
Cost: Rs.1295++

Meal at Sheraton Grand is always a memorable one. Be it the Truffle Festival at the Italian speciality at Bene or relishing the Thai Food Festival at the Feast, they have been a great host. As soon as you enter the Sheraton Grand, overlooking the big main lobby, on the left is the Feast, the multi-cuisine restaurant in the hotel. The all-day dining restaurant have a lively and family-friendly vibes. What I love about the place is the three walls of window which offers guests views of the activity in the hotel. Huge crystal chandeliers, natural wooden tones, comfortable seating are some of the highlights.

The restaurant buffet is extensive comprising of European, Indian, Asian and Arabic cuisine along with the A La Carte menu. Also, some of the live stations including Mexican, Asian, Pasta and Shawarma counters are a treat for the patrons. Also, there is a dedicated section offerings sushis, salads, cheese, and breads which can be paired with wine. Desserts too have wide range extending from Indian sweets to fine pastries.

Started my meal with some of the salads and really liked the chana chaat salad, Dahi vada, and Greek Salad. Chaat had the perfect Indian touch and had the chatkara to tantalise the taste buds while the Dahi vada was soothing. Greek salad had the freshness and was power packed to start any meal.

Since it was Sushi and Tempura Wednesday, I got to try lovely sushi and freshly made hot and crunchy tempura at no extra cost. Moving on the main course buffet, I really liked the Dal Panchmel, Bhindi-do-pyaza, Apricot Kofta Curry, Paneer Tikka Masala, Paneer chilli fry, Sauteed Mushrooms, Roasted spiced eggplants, stir-fried veggies, Tikki, and Veg pulao. So stuffed with these delicacies, but was really keen to try the eye-catching desserts.

On my plate was the freshly made baked cheesecake, chocolate overdose of nama cake, peanut butter caramel tarts, and peanut cake. It was actually a 'Feast'.

Overall, a wonderful experience and looking forward to visit again soon.

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