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XII Zodiac has launched weekend special unlimited Lunch Buffet at only 656 bucks (inclusive of everything) from Friday to Sunday. Within this buffet, there are around 15-20 dishes, comprised of fish, chicken and mutton, and also there are various options in veg items.

They are specialised on Chinese, Continental and North Indian cuisine. The welcome drink, i.e. a watermelon mocktail and the starters will be served on the table. Among the starters they have Hakka fish, baked chicken strips, smoked paneer akbari tikka and Tom and Jerry. Among the starters, my favourite was Hakka fish. Soft fish fillets tossed with onions and capsicum along with olive oil. My second favourite was baked chicken strips. The chicken pieces were cut into small, and marinated and then baked. Tom and Jerry was basically the preparation of honey chilli potato, which they named as Tom and Jerry. The smoked paneer Akbari tikka had huge cuboids of paneer and the paneer was extremely soft and fluffy.

They also have a live section for rolls and chats. I ordered a plate of papdi chat. The papdi was crispy topped with boiled chickpeas, potatoes and topped with yoghurt, a sweet chutney, dhaniya and sev. It tasted like the authentic street style papdi chats. Then we had the egg-chicken roll. I will suggest you guys not to order too many rolls because it will occupy a lot of space in you stomach. The taste was no doubt good, buffet the rolls were too heavy. So have it, but a small amount.

Now jumping into the main course. The main course spread was huge. Starting with veg hakka noodles, steamed rice, corn pulao along with side dishes like dal sunehri, paneer pasenda, stir-fried fish in Chinese celery, Gosht vindaloo, Awadhi murgh korma and many more. The Awadhi murgh korma was my favourite, the white creamy gravy along with hot piping rice was the best. The mutton was also delicious, there was a slightly smokey smell in the mutton, but the taste and flavours of the gravy were beyond that. Chinese celery is a variety of celery which is edible, gives flavorful stalks. The stir-fried fish was fused in that stalk. One can also have assorted Indian bread if they want to.

Finally coming to the dessert section, there was not a very huge list of desserts, but whatever was there, were the best ones. They had hot gulab jamun, coffee mousse, ras malai, chocolate gulab jamun, rosogolla and many more. My favourite was the chocolate gulab jamun. This was something new that I had. A cold hemi gulab jamun, covered with chocolate.

The Ambience was very cool and calm, the walls had graffiti with the signs of XII Zodiacs. The decor was very beautiful. The place was not very spacious but was quite beautiful. Their hospitality was really appreciable. They were very humble and helpful. They are maintaining the hygiene protocols, all the staffs were wearing masks. So you guys can visit here without having any second thoughts.