In the wake of the recent judgement passed by the Supreme Court of India, regarding the restaurants serving alcohol within 500 metres of the highway, we'd suggest that you call the restaurants to ensure whether they serve alcohol before you visit. Thank you.
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I have heard about this restaurant from a very long time, and thus one day ventured into that (it was a hot day of April). We are 5 peoplecolleaguesand all were damn hungry. Upon entering, we are seated promptly. The restaurants decor was bit dark (less lightingkind of romantic atmosphere) and so it was difficult to see when entered. We ordered two non-veg and one veg starterone non-veg starter was murgh ka mukul (recommended by a friend). In main course we went with chefs suggestion. The food is OK, not that great (I had heard rave reviews from my friends, and so think that I need to give it a second try). Here are my ratings: Ambience (Weightage: 10%): 4.0/5 Service: (Weightage: 30%): 3.0/5 Food (Weightage: 30%): 3.5/5 Value for money (Weightage: 30%): 3.5/5 Overall: 3.4/5
A very posh ambience to impress and tempt you in. But then, service is not up to the mark. We ordered few kebabs and a couple of drinks, it was served after a long time. And the bill amount was exorbitant. So much just for the ambience? I am not visiting this place again, and would not recommend anyone to. In case you are looking for a good dining experience around Hitec city, rather visit Khao Galli (located in Cyber towers). It serves a wide buffet plus it is not expensive, so value for money. We all dine out for good food after all. Don't we?