Sushi and tea and things in between
It happened that I heard about the lunch buffet at Le Meridian and that it includes sushi. Never missing a chance of an unlimited supply of sushi, I was there the next day. The spread was at La Brasserie (the multi-cuisine restaurant) and was just okay for Rs 800. I started with the small sized sushi - crab, prawn, fish and veg. Not bad, but not the best.
The rest of the meal included a handful of salads, some breads and cheeses (which seemed stale), a couple of boring juices, a handful of mediocre, rather disappointing and stale desserts; the main course looked better, but I only just tried managed to try the biryani and a couple of curries; a real mélange of cuisines, the whole thing.
The best part of the entire afternoon by far was the lemon ginger tea they served me in silver ware.
Lesson learnt: When craving Japanese food, go only to authentic Japanese restaurant. [more]
Further Ratings (Average 3.6 of 5):
- Hotel.de: 7.20 of 10
- Tripadvisor: 3.50 of 5
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