Starting from Dimsum to the Pancakes this place just made it be worth visiting. The buffet started from a price range of Rs 649. I visited this place with a group of friends on a Thursday evening.
The ambience is quite classy with greenery, beautiful ceramic containers where the dishes are served. It looks so beautiful and the vibe is good. They have a counter for Chaats, Pasta, Desserts and Ice cream. They serve some amazing mocktails that you would love to have.
We started with some chaats - Raj Kachori chefs special. The dish was good. The Pani Puri was bang on. The puri was thick and could be enjoyed. Chat Papdi was a delight. I loved it. Dahi Puri was on a sweeter side which you would love if you are a sweet tooth person.
We had some starters I enjoyed the Soya Chap, something which I m keen to taste. The chap was soft and the taste was well distributed. Recommended.
-Tandoori Broccoli - it was good. Well, cooked Cajun spice potato this is my favourite. I felt it was just amazing. The baby potatoes were well cooked.
-Crumb Fried Stuffed Mushroom - This was a delight. Every starter that I tried were good.
Being loaded by all this I also tried Alfredo Pasta which was good, I felt the veggies needed to be cooked better but the pasta was uncanny. I also tried Thai Red curry with garlic noodles - amazing. The taste was good and I loved it. ( Recommended)
Desserts I had mango mousse. I loved it. It comes in small containers which are nice.
Overall, The Globe Grub is a food paradise for all foodies. Don’t miss this place. I would love to visit again for some more treat.