Atlas World Café in Vividus Hotel had a food festival running, called NorthWest Frontier food festival and I was beyond excited for a splendid food journey. The decor is minimalistic with the colour beige being the central element. The ambience is classy and modern. The service is exquisite! The staff is extremely polite and pay attention to every tiny detail. A special mention to Mr Sachin and Mr Ramesh who made our day! Coming to the food, we started with a few appetisers 1) Pudine Ke Phool which consisted of tender broccoli pieces in a mint marinade grilled to perfection. 2) Hare Choliyan Shikampuri which was surprisingly had a creamy mouthfeel and melted in the mouth. It tasted even better with the fresh green chutney 3) Kurkure Aloo Sialkotia which was crispy fried potatoes tossed in spice powders. It was an explosion of savoury flavours as soon as I tried it, totally recommended My friends who tried the non-veg were equally satisfied with it. They tried the Peshawari Mahi tikka, Gawalmandi Ka Tala Chooza and Gosht Ki Gilawat They had a wide range of main course and desserts in the buffet including the delicious specialities from Kashmir, Pakistan, Punjab and Afghanistan like biryani and koftas. My favourite dishes included the “Peshawari Diwani Handi”, “Dum Aloo Peshawari”, “Malai Kofta” and “Dal Deera Ismail Khan” Everything was flavoursome, delicious and well balanced. Even the desserts were good like paan mousse, chocolate brownie and gulab jamun To sum it up- Excellent service, beautiful ambience and finger-licking food! A MUST TRY!
Don't Miss Out This Delicious Buffet With Impeccable Service
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How Much Did It Cost?
₹1,000 - ₹3,000
Best To Go With?
Family, Big Group, Bae
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